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4.33 stars 4.33/5 Stars Average score of 6 user reviews spread across 0 releases and 0 DLC

We never asked for this, but I wish we had sooner. 0

In the year 2000, a little game called Deus Ex was released. Though a little under the radar at first, as of 2009 it had sold more than one million copies. It flew to the top of many 'top PC games' lists, and still does to this day, thanks to its revolutionary designs in player choice alongside many a different narrative path. The games cyberpunk theme, as well as its cross-genre first-person shooter and RPG gameplay elements, are part of what gave the game universal acclaim both from critics...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Balls of the Past 0

In 1996, Duke Nukem entered the vastly unknown realm of the three dimensional first person shooter. He gave us witty one liners, great action, and some fun multiplayer thanks to weapons that allowed you to not only shrink your friends, but stomp on them like vermin. More importantly, Duke Nukem 3D had personality; something which was brand new to the genre. Sure, most of his quotes were heavily referential to Bruce Campbell’s Ash Williams in Army of Darkness, 1993′s comedy horror epic. Duke even...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Supernatural Guys with Real Guns (Short Review) 0

Pros: In GRAW2, you'll find some of the same intense modern infantry combat that you saw in the first game, with some even more goodies thrown in. The cross-com interface has been re-done, for the better, and the sequel to last years selling point for retailers, has gotten less of a focus on slow paced sniping sequences, to more 'boom' sequences, as I like to call them. I'm sure you can understand what I mean.The visuals have had an obvious update, making GRAW2 one of the best looking 360 titles...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Undead Shenanigans 0

Let me just tell you, that the only reason i've play 100 or more hours is because i've simply played the game over and over. I love it.I don't own many adventure games (compared to the other genres I own. Just take a look in my games collection on my profile.), but this one always caught my eye in the store. It took me a couple of years after release to actually buy it, and it is possibly one of the best purchases i've made.The graphics and the art in the game is truely amazing, considering it w...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Rolling the Dice of Death 0

In Short: If you liked the first Vegas title, then you won't be disappointed with it's sequel, although it feels more like an expansion pack than a full-fledged sequel. With that aside, it is still a solid (but occasionally clunky) tactical shooter.Review: Vegas 2 is essentially the same game as Vegas is. You'll go from checkpoint to checkpoint (in the single-player campaign) relying on either heavy AI assistance from your two teammates, or merely letting them tag on behind you and take bullets....

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

The Fourth Look at Warfare 0

Synopsis: Despite it's short but sweet single-player campaign, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare is a stellar first person shooter, which has a magnificent multi-player component which more than makes up for with the rest of it's content.IntroductionInfinity Ward finally worked out that it's time to move away from the World War II setting, with Call of Duty 1 and 2, and move onto something a little different, with Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. By replacing Germany with the Middle East, and moving...

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