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3.93 stars 3.93/5 Stars Average score of 14 user reviews spread across 0 releases and 0 DLC

An absolute masterpiece, must be experienced! 0

Killer 7 is the first of Suda 51's games that I had the pleasure of playing. At the time, I just wanted to see it, because I heard it was a very violent game on a Nintendo console, and I just wanted to see how much they could actually get away with. Little did I know, sitting there on my couch with the title screen creepily screaming itself into place, that the game would be so much more then that.First, let's just talk about the graphics. The graphics were extremely innovative at the time, tak...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

So much potential, but ultimately falls flat on it's face. 0

Before Noby Noby Boy was released, I was excited about it simply by the fact that it was from the creator of Katamari Damacy, a game I really love dearly and that they included a phat Mappy track in their promotional trailer. That being said, once I got the game, I was pretty disappointed.People should know going into this game, that there's not much of a game to Noby Noby Boy. The game puts you in control of "Boy," a strange worm-like creature with four legs. You're on a small sqaure board with...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Yoshi's Island took a risk, and it paid off. 0

Yoshi's Island, regarded as a classic for sure... and it was the follow-up to the incredibly popular Super Mario World. Sounds like Yoshi's got some big shoes to fill... but does he fill them all the way? The short answer to that is "no". However, I feel Yoshi's Island, while not quite as prestigious as Super Mario World is still deserving of some praise. I re-played it recently, and felt I should write something up about it.First, let me just say that the game was super risky, and it changes so...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

An overambitious title that ends up being less than the sum of it's parts. 0

I had high expectations going into Bioshock Infinite. Everything I had heard about the game up to it's release seemed awesome, but it truly turned out to be a disappointment. I only say that because I was expecting something very grand, with great gameplay and an even better storyline. What I got was much less than that, but was still a decently fun game that I enjoyed my time with, but would likely not play again.When going through the game, after a few levels I realized just how standard the g...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Better than most MOBAs? 0

I've never been a big fan of DOTA, LoL, or any of the other top-down, RTS-heavy type of traditional MOBA games. Part of this stems from the general obscurity of learning how those games work, and part of it because of the relative amount of negativity that comes from your teammates when you do the tiniest thing incorrectly. Knowing some basic concepts and strategies of MOBA games (Feeding, staying behind your creeps while attacking a tower, etc.) I went into this game thinking it might be a bit ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

An interesting game that feels like it could have been more. 0

I Am Alive was a game that I wasn't sure what to expect when going in. I remember being excited by the trailer shown way back at E3 2008. At the time, the visuals looked spectacular, and the seriousness of the whole thing seemed to have a lot of weight to it.I think a lot of what I saw in that trailer remains true in the final game, but it just doesn't feel quite as polished as I hoped it would be. The graphics look more dated than impressive, the animations are sometimes a little stiff, and the...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

More Dead Rising Fun, at a budget price! 0

In Dead Rising 2: Case 0 you play as Chuck Greene, the same protagonist in Dead Rising 2. Your first goal is to find a drug called Zombrex for your daughter, Katie. Zombrex is supposed to prevent people from turning into zombies, provided they take it every 12 hours. Soon after you start playing, Chuck ends up overhearing a government broadcast where they're talking about coming to town. Knowing that the government will take the infected Katie away to a quarantine area, he notices a motorcycle t...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Trine harkens back to classic team-based gameplay magnificently 0

I recently had the chance to sit down and play through Trine with my friend Matt. We played on the PC, an Xbox 360 controller in my hand, and a keyboard at his. Let me tell you, it was a great experience. Trine is a game much like The Lost Vikings in that they give you three different characters to control. You can play single player, or you can have one or two more guys join in for co-op action. It's also a lot like LittleBigPlanet in terms of how the platforming feels, which I think is a good ...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

A classic about trash, or is it just trash? 0

Toxic Crusaders for the Sega Genesis is one hell of a licensed game. This game is based on a TV show of the same name, which is based on a comic book of the same name, which is a spin-off on another comic book called "The Toxic Avenger" which was based on a cult-classic movie of the same name! So, being based on so many other things, you may immediately assume that, following the tradition of many other licensed games, this game would end up being trash (no pun intended).You play as one of three...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Pirate Hilarity, great for new and old fans alike! 0

The third chapter in the Tales of Monkey Island series once again picks up directly where we left Guybrush at the end of the second chapter, about to get swallowed by a giant man-eating manatee. Well, he DOES get swallowed by it, and their ship ends up getting stuck in what appears to be the giant Manatee's ear.Once again, I'm playing on the PC, and while the controls are not perfect, I'm getting more and more adapted to them. I still wish I could point and click for movement, but I honestly d...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

More of the same pirate comedy action! 0

I had played the second chapter of Tales of Monkey Island a while ago, but I haven't had the chance to review it. Now, with the third chapter coming out I figured I'd review the second one before it's too late. Once again, I'm playing the PC version.The second chapter picks up directly where the first one left off, which is good since the first game had a giant cliffhanger. It's nice to have an immediate answer to the question at the end of the first episode. We get introduced to some new chara...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Pirate comedy, gold or garbage? 0

Tales of Monkey Island, as some of you may know, is a re-boot of the classic monkey island franchise. Like most adventure games today, it's episodic, and it's made by Telltale Games, who have pretty much dominated the adventure game market recently, and have a handful of staff that used to work at Lucasarts.I played the game on PC, however it's also available for download in the Wii. As always, you play as Guybrush Threepwood, Mighty Pirate™, and yes, they use that trademark symbol jokingly in t...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

An absolute classic, with a hardcore level of difficulty. 0

After the giant success Capcom had with Mega Man, they decided to make a sequel. For this game they would ramp up the difficulty, and make it even harder than the first game, coming out 2 years after the original Mega Man, Mega Man 2 looks a lot like the first game, but does it live up to expectations?The short answer to that is "Yes". Mega Man 2 gives us more of the same side-scrolling, hardcore platforming that we now expect from the series, while giving us a bunch of new robot masters to def...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Killzone 2 is a masterpieice of graphics and gameplay. 0

Killzone 2 had some big shoes to fill when it came out. Between all of the trailers we've seen up til then, and the infamous pre-rendered trailer from 2005, people were expecting that world and more from the game. Putting all that aside, let's take a look at the game as it is, for what it is, and put aside all of the hype surrounding it.Graphically, the game is amazing, if you go back and take a close look at the 2005 trailer then you'll most likely agree with me when I say the final game looks...

1 out of 2 found this review helpful.