Collection

A collection of all my games.

List items

  • 360 version. An amazing game with so much content it could have been an MMO if it wanted to. 1000/1000 GS points.

  • Definitly the best GTA in terms of the Soundtrack. The gameplay is much like that of GTA 3, they did introduce motorcycles but they handle much like smaller cars so there's no major changes. Your character is vocal now, which is new for the series, which regularly put you in the role of the silent protaganist. A very good game and story, with your regular plot ingredients such as gain power, drugs, girls, backstabbing, and fast sexy cars.

  • Good game, nice feeling of being in the thick of the jungle. But I have an initial bias of the game beore I even opened it, I hate games with jugles... because no game has every gotten the AI write for these types of games. For some reason in these games, the enemy AI can see you 100 ft away hile you're in a bush , but you cna never see them. Its never been perfected in any jungle game I've played. So if you hate that like I do you may have trouble enjoying this game. The fact that the game becomes offensive at the half-way point saves the game because you ne longer need ot hide in the bushes to survive.

  • One of the reasons I bought an SLI 8800GT computer. Its a good game but I'm hoping a sequeal (if its made) will be better. Much like with Farcry, this game almost, but does not perfect the AI looking through bushes mechanic of games, and I found myself on several occasions being shot because some gaurd from 100ft away sees me while I'm hiding in a bush that chould shelter an elephant. The only reason I didnt break this game was the nano suit your character is wearing alows you to go invisible, which makes the REQUIRED hide in bushes gameplay of Farcry, not needed here.

  • Sort of a cult game in its own right. It does have some problems, and by some, I mean there's alot which brings the game from what could have been high 8's and 9's to about a 5 in my books, the game inst really compelling with the lack of an actual storyline, and the writen dialoge, though acceptable in MMORPGs b/c they're fucking huge games, isnt really applicable here. Also somthing I should mention, the shooting sucks... just straight up sucks, and not only will it feel like your shooting air bullets, but your guns have life ! they will break eventually, which means you have ot carry and extra gun, which means less health object to use. And when a game has a frusterating combat as this one does, you need that.

  • Saw the Movie after reading a Manhunt (the game) movie idea thread, the game was released about 1 1/2 years after that, loved both the movie and the game.

  • One of the darkest games I've played, but I'm pretty sure its not as bad as Condemned released for the 360.... but b/c its a rockstar game it and other games released by them get all the negative attention. (would appreaciate a sequal on 360 or PC) Oddly enough they realed a sequal for the Wii, which makes me laugh for some demonic reason, once of the most horific games on the planet... and its for the Wii hehehhe. I very much appreciated the stealth and technique used ot get through the levels. It did get old however that the enemies even on the hardest difficulty would forget about oyu or give up search after only 20 seconds of you hiding in a dark corner. This has to be fix in stealth gaming somehow !

  • I bought this with LEGO Indy and Batman for the DS recently, and I have to say this is the most polish of the three (even though it was released first). The lightsaber and blaster action works well, and the graphics are great on the DS. And with 6 episodes rolled into one game, you really cant go wrong with getting this (if the subject matter and playstyle is your thing).

  • A game for both 360 and the original xbox (different missions in each too!), you sneak around cutting throats and trying to save the world. It really is a great game that should keep going. It makes me wonder who people hate stealth gameplay.... truely I get as much satisfaction sneaking by someone without letting them know I'm there as I do getting a headshot in somthing like Counter-Strike. A great game.

  • A very neat game with a great artstyle and story. It can be played in both third and first person and is highly addictive. The games premise almost gets boring when the plot takes a twist for the better, and your forced to fight for your survival. Hopefully the start of a franchise of games. I like this game alot.

  • The first prince of persia for the 360 (just without the name), good game, but no replay value. I have 1000/1000 points for this game.

  • Great rail shooter for the original xbox. You played as a young girl who is rescued from a prison by a dragon. You then fight your way through rail-like levels using weapons to take down other dragons. This game is very much like Starfox in its gameplay but the storyline actually picks up quickly and you actually start caring about the characters in the game. A very good game, and if you own an Xbox and see this, be sure to pick it up.

  • Xbox version. It's very surprising that westerns arn't featured more often as video games, especially considering how fun this game turned out to be. Good controls and interesting characters. The story however was quite bland in my opinion, you start off as a boy, your family is killed by a bunch of thugs.... you seek revenge; rinse and repeat senario in western videogames and movies.

  • My First FPS game and an Amazing game for its time. Played this for hours on end and must have beaten it at least a dozen times. I hold this game in very high regard.

  • 360 version. A great game made by the dudes who make Tony Hawk's skateboarding games. Good voice acting, predictable but entertaining story, and the graphics are passable (but not by much) for the 360. Would like to see a sequal to this.

  • Xbox version. Had a few issues with combat but a great game none the less. The stroy was expansive and you could do anything in world, kill anyone, go anywhere, steal anything, etc. This was definitely a new concept for me and it opened my eyes to what years of making a game could acomplish.

  • 360 Version. A very good shooter: probably one of the best WWII shooters to date. Very limited in its controls however. Since you cannot lean or send your troops forward, the game becomes somewhat stale near the end where you realise the level are made up of the same basic formula; crouch down until enemy reloads, rush forward and hide behind cover closer to enemy, computer controler AI of your team will move up to support your new position, and since they're invisible, you wait until they've killed everything, rince and repeat. This definitely made the ame less exciting than other games. BUT I should say, this stratagy works in every Call of Duty game, a big oversight on behalf of their programers for sure.

  • Didn't live up to be the "best RPG of all time" like it had said it would be, but it was a good game. Some annoying points of it are the fact that all you really needed was health potions and a decent swrod skill to kill anything in the game. There were really no points during the game where I thought, "oh you need to be skillfull to get through this part" my only thoughs were " Oh I didn't buy enough healing potions before starting this mission".

  • PC Version. Good western, but practically dead online play.

  • DS version. It has goo graphics and 3 storylines involving 3 different Batman enemies (can remember which ones.... definitly joker and the penguin), and it holds true to the graphics set by LEGO starwars. The gameplay is good and the environments (though linear, like all lego games) are great to run through. Good game.

  • Definately one of the best games for N64.

  • The best racing game on the DS.

  • This was a game that I played just as much as Mario Kart for the N64. Good art design, gameplay, and characters.

  • Played this alot before I got Goldeye for the N64.

  • Xbox version. Yep, this game alone proves that my collection list is for all my games. Not just for the great and good games. This is not a good game for people who are older then 12. Its very simplistic, to the point where its too much so. Microsoft DO NOT release games like this in the future please ! Put your money into Banjo kazooie games, at least they're awesome.

  • Genesis version. One of the few Genesis games I can remember. A very well made side shooter... very colourful....... I said I could remember it! Not everything about it!

  • Xbox verison. A good dungeon crawler to be played with friends. It takes place during modern times and theirs zombie and ghouls about!; and you gotta go kill'em all. With 4 different classes to play as (melee, magic, ranged, mix) you had to save the innocents before the town was destroyed (no actual time limits or nothing, like in Dead Rising however). A dark and gritty game with good controls and visually appealing levels.

  • The first game I ever played. I will admit I never beat it, but I still own my NES so i can keep trying.

  • An ok game, but not one I would consider to be one of N64's best.

  • This is a good game, but its not for people who like grinding and questing for XP in games like WoW or AoC. You have to wait for your skills to level, and some people are not going like that aspect of the game. Some people will enjoy not having to devote hours a day to gain level however, which is good. The game looks great, plays great, and has a large following who don't want to go play WoW or any other MMO anytime soon. The game is updated on a regular basis with free expansions that come out around every 6 months. So with a good online community, lasting appeal, great game play, graphics and sound, this game is something that if you're at all interested in, should give a try.

  • XBLA version. Love and hate this game, mostly b/c whomever wins is determined by chance. If the board keeps giving your opponent skulls to align.... you're screwed and there's very little you can do to prevent it.

  • 360 version. A great game which introduces destruction elements to almost every structure of the game. I really enoyed the concepts that it adds to the FPS genre but ultimatly the ability to create holes in any part of a surface makes the game a little too easy. The fact is if there's an enemy shooter at you through a window, chances are you're going to flank him, blow a hle in the wall to get into the same building as him. And shoot him, and with that, there really isnt any reason to fear ambushes anymore, awhen you cna just walk to a wall and easily create a door. Never the less, a great contribution to an ongoing series.

  • Believe it or not (and most won't I know), I have the 2 arcade machines for thisl; one up at my cottage and other in my exercise room her at home. The arcade machine also has the original pacman on it but you have to open it up and flick a switch to change games. awesome game.

  • XBLA version. A good side shooter, and brought my attention to the game company tHeBehemoth; I am looking forward ot any further games they are releasing. 200/200 GS points.

  • I downloaded this game not too long ago, and I have to say, for a game that takes 10 min to download and can play in any browser, this is actually a decent shooter. And most definitly for the right price... free !

  • XBLA version. Not much needs to be said about this game, theres demons and you shoot the fuck out of them. It set the standard for FPS's back when mario was still breaking bricks with his fucking head. Its gameplay doesnt really hold today, but you can see how certain aspects of this still exist in games today. I'm not sure if it was, but many consider this the FIRST, first person shooter.

  • I own an arcade machine at home that has pacman on it and space invaders. A good game, but I always got caught by those damn ghosts !

  • Another one of N64's obscure games which I owned, it was ok, but the missions were sometimes frustrating to complete.

  • This game is great for people wanting a realife experience of battle, but for those like Me, who want fast pasted action, to engage in ( for lack of better words) "house-house" action, this game is clunky and doesn't offer the gameplay you like. Add to that crashing issuses, slow menus, and the longest loading times I've ever seen in a FPS , and this game just seems to fall short of its true potential. I do realize that some people enjoy realism games, and this game offers that in a way you will enjoy. In the end though, all that matters is your own preferences, and if you like this sort of game, it does the job well.

  • Just got this with a friend of mine and like it alot. It feels like WoW in terms of gameplay, but the public quests and gameplay geared toward participating in PvP are great changes for the genre. I also like how the class you choose to play pretty much makes you 90% that role, no matter what you do with your talent, what I mean is if you choose to be a tank, even if you go pure offensive, you'll still be 90% tank. You would think it would be limiting, but because of the thing in WoW which allowed classes to change what they were ment to be to the point where people had to ask if you were tank specced or offensive ect.... this way, if I'm a tank, I'm a tank, nothing confusing about that, even if I do pick 2 handers and the talent for it.

  • Xbox Version. A great hack and slash game with so much happening on screen I couldn't believe the system could handle it. Also as far as a movie to video games go, this is one of the best (same goes for the Two Towers LOTR game).

  • This was the game which sold me my Xbox 360, no joke, the week this came out, I bought my 360 and this, and it really is a great way to have your first experience with a console. The graphics, the sound and the gameplay do not disapoint. The multiplayer wasn't really my style, but the singleplayer made getting this game worth it. A must own for people who own a 360 and like playing shooters.

  • Xbox Version. A great hack and slash game with so much happening on screen I couldn't believe the system could handle it. Also as far as a movie to video games go, this is one of the best.

  • I just picked this up today, it seems to be a refind version of the old GTA games (1 and 2, before 3). It works well, the stylized cutscenes are a nice touch. The fact that you have to buy the drugs yourself for certain missions, it adds a new form of urgency when you are chased by the police... b/c its your money on the line if you get caught. All in all, a very promissing start of a new DS franchise.

  • This game is all about style, the characters are secondary compared to the explosions and combat. This game is about running full tilt into an enemy base with a tank or bag full of C4 and leveling everything till there's nothing left. Its a great game for how long it lasted (around 6 -8 hours) and its definitly worth checking out if you want to see how an arcade style shooter should be done.

  • Not as fun as other plateformers such as Banjo-Kazooie, but definitly had some good puzzles and ball physics.

  • Xbox version. A decent game based of an Amazing show, had 3rd person and plateforming elements that were fun. PLEASE BRING BACK THE SHOW !

  • NES version. Could never get past the first level, but could see what the game was goin for. An ok game in its own right.

  • Xbox Version. Other than the NFS series, this is the only other racing series I enjoy playing. A great (and argueably) the best Burnout made.

  • PC version

  • NES Version. Not the wrost TMNT to ever be released but definitely a contender. I remember it being very frustrating and always dying before beating it.

  • 360 version

  • Xbox Verison. The first game of three which re-started the whole franchise of PoP. A very interesting game where as the Prince, you can rewind time whether you rewind after falling off a cliff or after an enemy strikes you with a killing blow. The combat in this game is good but slow, never putting more than three enemies on screen at any given time for you to fight, giving the game a swash-buckling feel to it. It also has a very unique color design with a glow-like afect on the entire game, as if you were running through a dream. The environments themselves are inventive and satisfy the player throughout the game. Overall, a really relaxing and great game, even with the crazy sand-of-time zombies running around.

  • NES version. I thought it was an ok game but very forget-able. In fact the only reason that I remember owning it was that the cartridge was gold plated.

  • Xbox version. Probably on of the best and original platformers avaliable on the xbox. It had interesting visuals and great levels designs. It wasn't as good as something like Conker or Banjo Kazooie in my opinion but a good game for kids or people wanting something different.

  • N64 Version. Admitedly my sister played more of this than I ever did, but I did play my fair share of it and do see why many people regard it as one of the (if not the..) best Zelda game.

  • 360 version

  • 360 version

  • 360 Version. A great game with very colourful environments. It was very fun to play, b/c you could mix and match the different creatures to your play style. A good way to start the 360 launch for sure.

  • XBLA Version. I bought it after about 5min of playing it, knowing that it was my type of game play and humor. I liked this alot, and finished it in around 6-8 hours. I'm definitly looking forward to the next 3 episodes. 200/200 GS points.

  • A fun game, but not as good as some of the other racing games featured on the Nintendo 64.

  • Even Jar Jar couldn't screw with this titles fun factor. This is just plain fun, with all the customizable stuff and characters, this is one of the best Star Wars games released. It features lightning fast pod races, and characters to unlock during the course of the game. It captured the speed and danger of the pod races from the movie well, and makes you feel good when you place first and win. I wish they would create a squal to this game for this generation of consoles or release it on arcade on the consoles.

  • This is a very well made mech simulator; I say simulator because this game really does away with the arcady mech games of the past and replaces it with a "so relistic its almost boring" mech game. The game introduces 3 types of mechs, scout, assult, and heavy mechs, which have their pros and cons. The real reason that this game is amazing is the freedom the game gives when creating your own custom mechs, and you can make any mech you want, as long as the parts (1000s of parts by the way) fit together. A great game for those patient enough to enjoy creating mechs to use online.

  • PC version. Plays well and has great voice acting and character development. But was always too easy. You could jump over every enemy and just punch them in the back of the head!

  • Good game, could have been better if it had been released on this generation systems rather than the tail end of the old generation.

  • NES version. Loved this game, the songs the interesting bosses and levels.

  • This is not a game. This is a steal, really, when you buy this, you'll feel like a god damn crook. Why? Because you get 5 games for $60.... valve is out of their god damn minds ! They could easily sell this with only Half Life 2, EP1 and EP2 for that money, but then they go ahead and tag on Portal, TF2?!?! Really if you have any interest in FPS's, you will agreee that this was the title to own when it came out.

  • After trying to resist it, I finally bought this and started palying online with it. The two factions it adds are really differnet from eachother and feel balance when considering the other factions. The singleplayer storyline kind of feels cheated or lay however do to the lack of story, and with only a risk-ike gameplay mechanic avaliable. Believe it or not, I actually enjoyed the story that the original and first expansion offered during their single player campaigns. An ok expansion to the fanchise... if not for the singleplayer, but for the 2 new factions.

  • This game is great ! This title (with a few others including Max Payne) sets the bar for how 3rd-person controls should work.

  • I got this a few months after the release of Lich King, and I have to say it was a joy (not kididng) to run hrough this expansions content without seeing annoying players every other quest. It may seem weird but Im glad I bought this roughly a year or so after it came out. The content and classes in it add alot to the game, and not only tht, the bloodelf race has become my favorite race to play as. I look forward to buying the Lich King a year from now aswell. :P

  • Xbox version. This game was not as moody as the first one. But does have its moments, and does make use of previous game saves, which is cool. Utimately however, its the same as #1 with the well implemented scareyness. You could replace the demons and ghost with aliens and spiders and the games story and atmosphere would still make sence.

  • Xbox verions. Have you ever seen the movie 'The Thing' ? No? well that doesn't surpise me, I've asked quite a few people this questionover the years and the answer is always no. This game is the sequal to the movie made in the 1980s of the same name, where an alien (no a smooth nice one with big black eyes either, a nasty bone crunching morphing one that has no real shape) infects an artic compound and makes the crew memebers wonder whos really human. Based on the book " Who Goes There?". This game is creepy, really creepy. You'll see stuff like suicide, torsos ripping apart, and pretty much the most fucked up randisions of aliens ever imagined. Compared to this, Halo's aliens are pussies.

  • Ever wonder what GTA would be like if it took the 'GANSTA' persona and increased it exponentailly (math joke, har har), you would get Saint Row. This game has more stero-typical gansta beef then a cow pididdy pisses on. The reason I'm not really taking this description seriousy is b/c this game in its very nature is insane, and funny, with competent gameplay to boot. The only real problem I have with this game is that your health can drop fast, and unknowing to you without warning. Because the game doesnt really show damamge that well, sometimes you wont even know you're getting show until your characters dead. Still a great game.

  • Xbox Version. A continuation of the series, a good dark story with more action beats this time around, good or bad for the series you choose, I think it was a little too much for what I want out of a dramatic storyline. Bullet time is also reduced, but its definitly more useful than it was with even the normal difficulty level giving veterans a run for their money. Great game.

  • 360 version. Glad to see this come out, was fearfull of the future of FPS's until this came out. 1000/1000 GS points.

  • I bought this due to the nkowledge that bungie makes great FPS's; It did not disappoint in that regard. The atmosphere, the story, and graphics are all superb and make the game worthwhile. A problem with many recent game including this one is finding gameplay I enjoy within the multiplayer of 360 games. But even with neglecting the multiplayer, the game's single player really does make the game fun to play.

  • Surprisingly enough, I never actually owned this game, but for the 6 months that I had it from my friend (who buys the latest and greatest, but lets it fall to the wayside) I played a hell-of-alot of this game, and it helped me not regret buying the Xbox during the dry initial release of it. Great Game.

  • This is essentially the retarded child that Bungie produced to be the game between the great games Halo 1 and Halo 3. The reason I say this, is because its contains the middle part of a 3 part story, and if you know anything about movies or other games, the middle one is usually the one the is shuned. Again, the multiplayer doesnt impress me. The dual wielding in my opinion is useful in situations, but at the cost of melee and grenades it really is for show. I dont want to give the wrong impression however, this game is fine in its own right, but not as good at 1 or 3.