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Why can't I see anything???? 0

To call Doom on the PSX the darkest fucking game of all time is an understatement of the severest form. Not only is darkness of this magnitude a rarity in video gaming, but it has never been eclipsed before or since ever….forever. There are entire areas throughout the game featuring dizzying, nauseating, disturbing, fucking satanic labyrinths. To put it simply, THIS IS HELL. No, wait..THIS IS THE LAKE OF FIRE LEADING TO HELL. WE’RE ALL FUCKED.But seriously, featuring a brand new soundtrack, upda...

0 out of 2 found this review helpful.

A classic in adventure gaming. 0

 "What should we do with Eno?" - Sony   D stands, not only as a classic in adventure gaming, but also as the first part of Kenji Eno's brilliant series, and the introduction of the mute (and easily frightened) digital actress, Laura.  The background of the game is also an interesting subject as it started Kenji Eno's dispute with Sony, leading to the famous event when, during a preview of Enemy Zero at a Sony Press Conference, Eno changed the Playstation logo to the Sega Saturn logo in front of ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Waiting in line will never be the same again. 0

Whether it's going to the gas station, or the grocery store, waiting in line will never be same again. Thanks to Postal 2, I will forever struggle with images of pouring gasoline and lighting the line on fire, or running up the line with a shovel, decapitating everyone while making my way to the front of the line. It's experiences like this and more that make Postal 2 quite a memorable, yet unfortunately quick journey.  Though not as controversial as the original Postal, this sequel is still not...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

It's over-the-top, violent, disturbing, insane, and I love it. 0

 "We'd like to express our sincere thanks and gratitude to the Honorable Senator Liebermann of Connecticut for including POSTAL in his list of the three worst things in America. First place went to POSTAL, second place was Marilyn Manson, and third place went to Calvin Klein underwear ads.  "  - Ripcord Games  Despite the dated graphics as well as gameplay, Postal is still widely considered one of the most controversial games of all time. A quick Google search will lead you to countless lists of...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Nothing in this game is truly good. 0

Not much is known about Big Ape Productions, the company that developed Episode I: The Phantom Menace. Lucasarts apparently picked the company at random to design to a game that would follow the release of the long awaited prequel to the Star Wars Trilogy. Upon release, The Phantom Menace was critically panned for a number of issues. Camera issues, stiff controls, lack of force powers; the list goes on. I've read a lot of reviews that say the issues stem from the fact that the game was rushed t...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

It's rewarding to see how far the genre has come. 0

To me, Cyberia is a classic. At the time it was released, I had never seen anything like it. I was amazed at the graphics, blown away by the movie quality storyline and dialogue (once again, at the time), and loved the unique gameplay. To me, a kid raised on games like Doom, Streets of Rage, and Sonic the Hedgehog, this was mindblowing. Playing this game today, there are some annoying issues and some gameplay quirks, but I still love it.  When game was originally released, it was critically pann...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

What can I say? 0

What can I say? Doom, the legendary game that pretty much started it all, is....well......still the legendary game that pretty much started it all. You know as well as I do how about how Doom was the game that put the FPS genre on the map and how, to this day, FPS games still bare it's eternal influence.  It's amazing how many people still play Doom to this day. Thanks to ID Software releasing countless level editors and add-ons, Doom is very much alive and well. I still play every once in a whi...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

A very bad game. 0

I can't begin to estimate how many hours I played Streets of Sim City as a little kid. Me and my childhood friend John would stay up night playing this game, until the computer would literally freeze. Playing this game for the first time in 8 years, I've come to realize one thing. God, we we're idiots. Streets of Sim City is a very bad game.  But....in some ways, it is kind of fun. Sure, the graphics suck, the AI is terrible, and the controls are completely and totally shit, but there are some m...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

A terribly underrated game. 0

Trespasser: Jurassic Park is an interesting game to review. It's a game that never truly lived up to all the amazing gameplay claims and all the potential it had during it's three-year disastrous development. But then again, could a game with so many promises really be expected to fulfill every single one? I began the game expecting nothing but what everyone had told me for years. I was expecting a terrible, boring, broken, mediocre, irritating, ugly game. Boy, was I surprised. It's a real shame...

9 out of 12 found this review helpful.

I can't even begin to describe how hard this game is. 0

I have always loved the Twisted Metal series. Even the lesser Twisted Metal games we're a guilty pleasure for me. I can't even begin to count how many hours I spent played Twisted Metal on the PSX as a kid. Upon playing the first level of Twisted Metal: Black, I was amazed. The game offered everything that the original series had to offer, but with better graphics, tighter control, smarter AI, everything. It had already become my favorite Twisted Metal game. But as I continued the game more and ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

A classic side-scrolling platform game. 0

Rayman is a classic side-scrolling platform game. It's as simple as that. While it's nothing groundbreaking or genre-defining, it really offered a lot more innovation in a genre that was beginning to die at the time of its release. The graphics had imagination,  the music was the real deal (not that MIDI crap that most platformers had), the gameplay was unique, and the game itself introduced a new character that inspired a whole franchise of games: Rayman.  Rayman didn't have speed like Sonic, o...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Further proof that Kenji Eno is a genius. 0

Enemy Zero is just further proof that Kenji Eno is a genius. A man that makes video games with originality. While his games are not always perfect, they are almost, always unique. Enemy Zero is a game that I can honestly say is perfect. It's definitely not for everyone, but it is a masterpiece in its own, twisted way. It's a game that all true gamers should experience, even if they decide they hate it.  The game, at its core, is pretty much a First-Person Shooter, Myst-style Adventure game, and ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Could have been a good port of a great game. 0

The PC version of Urban Chaos was a great, solid game. It wasn't a classic or anything, but it was a lot of fun. While the PSX port of Urban Chaos still has a lot of fun that made the PC version so good, it also has a couple large issues that really destroy what could have been a good port of a great game.    The game is essentially an identical port of the PC version. You play as a female officer named D'arci. After a couple of training missions, your sent into the city streets and given a few ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Simplicity is the key to Age of Empires. 0

Age of Empires is one of those games thats so addicting and fun on the surface, that you don't realize that there are quite a few problems within. Not at first, anyways. But the overall feel and simplicity of the game is what makes you able to overlook the problems become immersed nonetheless.  As I mentioned before, Simplicity is the key to Age of Empires. The interface is extremely well done and easy to get used to. You'll be creating villagers, gathering resources, constructing buildings, and...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

The last truly amazing Tomb Raider game. 0

 Probably the last truly amazing Tomb Raider game. Tomb Raider 3 still stands, to this day, as one of the biggest and hardest games in the Tomb Raider series. New weapons, moves, locations, costumes, and even bigger and crazier puzzles made this a difficult, but ultimately wonderful game.Some of the highlights include the small, but powerful Desert Eagle, the ATV(which was a lot of fun to ride), and the entire South-Pacific section, which is some of the most fun you could ever have in a Tomb Rai...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

It feels out of place and out of ideas. 0

 Every series has a sequel like this...A sequel that feels out of place and out of ideas...A sequel that brings nothing new to the table and seems like an excuse to get cash fast. Well, Chronicles is that chapter in the Tomb Raider series. It's not that Chronicles is that bad of a game. It can be fun in places, but, for the most part, it's the same old repetitive Tomb Raider game with the same old puzzles and the same old enemies, etc. Maybe all of this could be a little forgivable if the game h...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

It would be a sin to pass this classic game up. 0

When you think of classic FPS shooters, whether your a hardcore gamer or not, Perfect Dark should be one of the first few games that should appear in your head. If its not one of the first 10 that you think of, please burn every game and system you own and never play games ever again. Perfect Dark may not have been the first shooter or the most unique shooter, but it definitely revolutionized FPS gaming with its multiplayer.Looking back at the game, the graphics may have significantly dated comp...

0 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Do not waste your money on Daikatana. 0

I would like to start off this review by saying: Do not waste your money on Daikatana. I know thats a pretty harsh way to start off a review, but I have never been more serious in my life. And I'm a pretty serious guy(most of the time).Daikatana for the PC was not the worst game by any means, but it was certainly not a good game. Underneath the bugs and the save issues and the poor AI, there was a respectful glitter of effort. At least the PC version has a soul. When I heard they were developing...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Is it really that bad? No, it really isn't that bad. 0

Out of all the Tomb Raider games, Angel of Darkness is the one that almost all gamers and critics alike have considered the weakest. Is it really that bad? No, it really isn't that bad. It honestly is unfortunate, because only a few issues keep AOD from being the best Tomb Raider since the first. There is definitely way more good than bad this game.I'll start with the good first. AOD is not certainly not lacking in graphics. All the locations, weapons, characters, and especially Lara look really...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

As rewarding as it was on the PC and X-Box. 0

Now, this is a game. A few months after being released on the PC and the X-Box, Max Payne has finally been released for the PS2 and, for the most part, it's just as strong of a game as it was on the PC.Max Payne is a great action game that is strong in almost every area: gameplay, graphics, sound, storyline, and replay value. The gameplay may be very simple, but it's probably the highlight of the game. The gameplay basically consists of you running around with a shotgun(or 15 other weapons), sho...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

A very unique game experience. 0

From the makers Omikron: The Nomad Soul, one of my favorite games ever, come this truly unique and actually quite breathtaking game. With a unique gameplay design, strong music and sound, and one of the most memorable storylines I've ever seen in a game, The Indigo Prophecy is a game you must experience.You control three main characters: Lucas Kane, a man who struggles with strange premonitions and trances that eventually force him to murder a complete stranger. Carla Valenti, the police detecti...

1 out of 2 found this review helpful.

A good, fun shooter that should please a lot of FPS gamers. 0

 I remember back before Area 51 was released. People were saying that it was revolutionary and that it was going to change the gaming world. And, of course, people always tag on that classic line: "Better than Halo!!!!"Let me just tell you that this game is not revolutionary, it won't change the gaming world, and it really isn't better than Halo 1 or 2. But that doesn't mean that its a terrible game.Area 51 is actually a very good FPS. The game is basically your typical shooter. You run around w...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

A game this good shouldn't be missed by anyone. 0

 I remember playing Thief: The Dark Project for my PC back in the day. It was one of the first stealth-action games I owned and I used to be addicted to it. It's been quite a few years since then and when I heard that Deadly Shadows was coming out, the first thing I thought was "Will it live up to the original Thief game?"Let me just tell you that not only does Deadly Shadows live up to the Thief name, but it surpasses the original Thief in almost every way. That may seem like a strong statement...

0 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Could Have Been So Much More 0

What is Enter the Matrix? It's another game that could have been so much more if it wasn't for a bunch of stupid problems. Honestly, the problems aren't that bad and you can easily overlook them and have a lot of fun with this game, but it still makes you wonder how this game could have turned out if they had fixed a few things.First, there's the gameplay. The gameplay is a cool mixture of hand-to-hand combat fighting and an arsenal of about 20 weapons and you can switch back-and-forth at any po...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Worthy of the Doom Name 0

Any FPS gamer knows that if it wasn't for the original Doom released way back in 1993, shooters wouldn't be where they are today. Doom was the game that put FPS' on the map and now, after many years, Doom is back....and better than ever. Doom 3 is one of the scariest, most fun shooters I've played in a while.First, there are the graphics, which are disturbingly perfect. Each creature is amazingly detailed and the weapons, items, environments are all almost flawless. The lighting is the best part...

1 out of 2 found this review helpful.