Games That I've Completed

Posting a game on this list doesn't mean that I've unlocked 100% of it, it just means that I have at least completed the Story portion of the game, or whatever the main focus of the game is.

SCORES:

10/10 - Nothing is perfect, but a 10 is pretty much something that excels at everything that it does and is highly enjoyable. A 10 is a rarity. Contender for one of the best games of all time.

9/10 - While it has a few minor flaws that prevent it from being a 10, it still excels at everything it does. Contender for one of the best games of all time.

8/10 - While it might have a lot of minor flaws, or even one big flaw, it's still a great game and is worth checking out. Possibly one of the best games of all time, or at least a "Game of the Year" contender.

7/10 - Still a decent experience, even if it's not amazing by any stretch. Still worth checking out.

6/10 - An above average game. Can still be enjoyable under the right circumstances, such as being cheap/free, or appealing to a certain demographic.

5/10 - Distinctly average. Nothing really good about, but nothing really terrible either. Basically the most boring types of games. This is where I stop being able to recommend a game.

4/10 - A below average game. This is where a games problems start to overshadow the game. Whether it be technical problems, or the simple fact that the game is either unpolished, lacks features, or can't overcome just how boring or unappealing it is.

3/10 - A 3 out of 10 might have some good ideas or features, but is a buggy and/or half finished mess. Possible contender for one of the worst games of all time, or at least worst game of the year of release.

2/10 - It might have a few minor good things about it, but the whole thing is still a complete disaster. Easy contender for one of the worst video games of all time.

1/10 - Literally unplayable. Buggy game, broken mechanics, ugly graphics, annoying sound, poorly written story, bad multiplayer. Easy contender for one of the worst video games of all time, period.

GUILTY PLEASURE - A game that has many flaws or is unappealing to the majority of people, but can be enjoyed regardless.

NOTE: 8's, 9's, and 10's are games worth playing immediately. 6's and 7's are worth playing on a sale, or are already cheap.

Anything below a 6/10, I recommend avoiding.

I try to avoid using decimals as much I can, but I do use them once in a blue moon.

OTHER:

Croc: Legend of the Gobbos - 7/10 - https://cultclassiccornervideogames.wordpress.com/2018/02/01/croc-legend-of-the-gobbos-1997-psx-pc-saturn/

Race The Sun - 7/10 - https://cultclassiccornervideogames.wordpress.com/2017/03/14/race-the-sun-pcmaclinuxps2ps4psvitaios-review/

Wacky Wheels - 7/10 - https://cultclassiccornervideogames.wordpress.com/2017/03/14/wacky-wheels-review-pc-review/

Bullet Witch - 7/10 - https://cultclassiccornervideogames.wordpress.com/2019/01/31/bullet-witch-2006-review/

Die Hard: Nakatomi Plaza - 5/10 - https://cultclassiccornervideogames.wordpress.com/2019/12/03/die-hard-nakatomi-plaza-2002-review/

Touring Car Champions - 3/10 - https://cultclassiccornervideogames.wordpress.com/2017/06/28/touring-car-champions-ms-dos-review/

Soldier of Fortune II - 7/10 - https://cultclassiccornervideogames.wordpress.com/2020/03/09/soldier-of-fortune-ii-double-helix-review-pc-xbox/

List items

  • PC: 9/10

    MODS:

    Night at the Office (7/10)

    Half-Life: Echoes (9/10)

    Poke646 (8/10)

    Poke646: Vendetta (8/10)

    Paranoia (7/10)

    Paranoia 2: Saviour (4/10)

    Half-Life: C.A.G.E.D. (8/10)

  • 8/10

  • 8/10

  • PC: 8/10

    MODS:

    MINERVA: Metastasis (8/10)

    Water (7/10)

    Nightmare House 2 (8/10)

    Transmissions - Element 120 (8/10)

    The Great Forever Tomorrow - (7/10) (Love it or hate it)

    Entropy: Zero - (7/10)

    Dear Esther (7/10)

    Research & Development (9/10)

  • PC: 7/10

    The weakest out of the Half-Life 2 episodes. This is the one I struggle to remember the most, and the one I'm most bored during a replay of.

  • PC: 8/10

  • 8/10

    A beautiful looking and sounding adventure game that is definitively worth playing. It doesn't hold your hand during the puzzles and lets you explore on your own.

    My full review of the game - https://cultclassiccornervideogames.wordpress.com/2018/01/18/the-vanishing-of-ethan-carter-2014-2015-pc-xbox-one-ps4-review/

  • 360: 8/10

    Some of the textures and models and textures have aged like milk on a hot day. But the game makes up for it with great lighting, level design and atmosphere. The melee combat is the highlight of the gameplay.

    COMPLETED DIFFICULTY: Hard

  • 8/10

    Takes the series in a baffling direction for it's plot, but is still pretty good on it's own. The best parts of the game are the doll factory and the bear attack.

  • Console Version: 6/10

    PC Version: 3/10

    Since the game is tied to the framerate, the PC version has a bug just before the final boss, where if the framerate is over 30FPS, you fall through the bottom of the elevator into a void where you die.

    Apparently there is a fix and I've seen people claim that it works, but I could never get it to work. Somehow, the rest of the PC version ran smoothly for me on multiple systems, and even newer versions of Windows.

    The console version runs smoother, but unfortunately is just a generic FPS with a few good ideas.

    My full review of the game - https://cultclassiccornervideogames.wordpress.com/2018/01/12/legendary-2008-pc-360-ps3-review/

  • OG XBOX: 9/10

    Set the standard for how First Person Shooters should play on consoles.

    OG PC: 9/10 (+ Halo: Custom Edition)

    The modding community for the original release of Halo is one of the best modding communities I've seen for a game.

    Anniversary Edition (360): 8/10

    The remastered graphics are overly bright to the point that they destroy the intent of the original games graphics. The creepy levels are a lot less creepy, lots of textures and models are overly detailed. The only reason that I don't give it less that an 8/10 is that the gameplay of the original Halo is still pretty good, you can switch between the original graphics and the new graphics, meaning you don't have to look at it and it's a fantastic feature, and the remastered version contains new content, which might be a mixed bag, is much appreciated.

  • OG XBOX: 9/10

    OG PC: 9/10

    If the first game set the standard for how an FPS should play on console, then this set the standard for how multiplayer should work on a console. And considering that the version we got was made in 18 months, it's kinda amazing.

    However, the game ends on a bullshit cliffhanger and an underwhelming boss battle. I know it was a result of short development time, but that doesn't stop it from being disappointing.

  • 360: 9/10

  • 360: 8/10

  • 8/10

  • 360: 8/10

    PC: 5/10

    You need the 'Gentleman's Row' fan patch to even play the PC version without it crashing. Also, the 'Gentleman's Row' fan patch adds in a bunch of content left out of the PC version.

  • 8/10

  • 8/10

    MODS:

    Portal: Prelude (7/10) (Kinda redundant since Portal 2 came out, but the puzzles in this one are still pretty good. Although, some of the humor is kinda awkward.)

  • 9/10

  • PC: 6/10

    OG XBOX: 6/10

    Doom 3 has one of the worst shotguns that I've seen in a first person shooter, period. The spread is terrible, even for a video game. I shouldn't have to be 3 feet in front of someone, so close that they could punch me in the face, for a gun to effectively kill them. And even then, it doesn't always work.

    The art direction is pretty good. The Mars base has this nice lived in feel, and the monster and hell designs are fantastic. Going through the PDAs and reading peoples emails and listening to their audiologs shows that there was some thought put into the characters and world.

    BFG Edition: 4/10

    It's a worse version of both Doom 3 and Resurrection of Evil.

    MODS:

    Shambler's Castle 8/10

  • PC: 9/10

    I'm willing to say that this is one of the best First Person Shooters of all time. The scares and story are incredibly cliched, but that's not really not why you're playing this game. The graphics might be incredibly grey, but a lot of it still holds up incredibly well today.

    The slow motion and combat are some of the best out there in a FPS game to this day.

  • PC: 8/10

    Not canonical with the rest of the franchise, but it's a great expansion pack to F.E.A.R., has more of the excellent gameplay from the first game.

  • PC: 6/10

    Like the first expansion, it's not canonical with the rest of the franchise. Unlike the first expansion pack, this doesn't hold up all that well. It barely gets by on the amazing gameplay from the first F.E.A.R. The new levels and new weapons look awful.

    At least it has Steve Blum in it.

  • PC: 8/10

    Some of the dialogue is incredibly cringey.

    "You're like free pizza at an anime convention. She can smell you. And she wants to consume you."

    "You could even say she covets you. ...She's a... coveter."

    What the fuck is this writing?

    Not as good as the original, but still an OK time. Has a good atmosphere.

  • PC: 8/10

    Short piece of DLC. Doesn't add a whole lot to the game, but it's probably the best part of F.E.A.R. 2.

  • PC: 5/10

    Literally one of the most mediocre games that I've ever played. I'd say that at least it has co-op so you can play it with friends, but everything is more fun with friends, so it's a compliment rendered mute. Plus it's a horror game, and co-op kinda kills the whole horror vibe.

    The only reason it gets a 6 is that it could be worse. At least it's not F.E.A.R. Online.

  • PC: 7.5/10

    NSFW.

    An underrated horror stealth game by Rockstar. It's very gritty with an uncomfortable atmosphere and has a lot of gore. If you want to experience a good but uncomfortable horror game, this is for you. Not for the faint of heart. It's a little clunky and rough around the edges, but it's a decent horror game.

    My full review of the game - https://cultclassiccornervideogames.wordpress.com/2018/10/09/manhunt-2003-pc-ps2-xbox-review/

  • PC: 7/10

    Very NSFW.

    It goes up to 11 with it's explicit content, and sacrifices the excellent creepy and uncomfortable atmospheric tone of the first. Still fine in it's own way, but not as good as the first.

    My full review of the game - https://cultclassiccornervideogames.wordpress.com/2018/10/16/nsfw-manhunt-2-2007-wii-psp-ps2-pc-review/

  • 7/10

    An underrated family friendly point-and-click fantasy game written and designed by Al Lowe.

    My full review of the game - https://cultclassiccornervideogames.wordpress.com/2018/02/08/torins-passage-1995-pc-mac-review/

  • Original: 8/10

    Gold Edition: 8/10

  • Catherine Classic: 7.5/10

  • PC: 5/10

    Another terrible/mediocre video game tie-in to a movie. Unlike most video game movie tie-ins, it does have SOME good ideas, like the trust mechanic, squad mechanic, and testing the blood of other characters, but unfortunately all of these features are so bare bones that it makes them pointless.

    You could literally test someones blood, it tests negative for the person being a thing, and two feet later they turn into a thing despite no one else being around to infect the person. Either the tests are bullshit, or the ideas are poorly implemented.

    It could have been a lot worse since it wasn't rushed out for a movie, but it could have been a lot better. I don't blame anyone for liking it, but I just can't call it good by any stretch of the imagination.

  • 8/10

  • 7/10

  • PC: 8/10

    Pretty much a cheesy 80s/90s action movie in video game form. Also has neat gore effects. Worth checking out. A little on the tougher side.

    Check out my full review here - https://cultclassiccornervideogames.wordpress.com/2019/05/11/soldier-of-fortune-2000-pc-ps2-dreamcast/

  • PC: 4/10

    Unfairly difficult. Boss battles are literally a guy who is a bullet sponge. Story is so boring, cliched, and forgettable that I literally forgot it while I was playing. Which is extra hilarious since it ends on a cliffhanger.

    Check out my full review here - https://cultclassiccornervideogames.wordpress.com/2019/11/17/soldier-of-fortune-payback-pc-ps3-360-review/

  • 7.5/10

  • 7/10

    Like Portal, but instead of robots and portals, it has Cthulhu and magnets. Decent first person puzzler.

    My full review of the game - https://cultclassiccornervideogames.wordpress.com/2018/10/03/magrunner-dark-pulse-pc-ps3-360-review/

  • 7/10

    Decent First Person Puzzler. The Steam version has extra levels based on Portal.

  • 7/10

    Cheesy, campy 90's FMV game. Definitely worth checking if you like FMV games and B-Movies. Trevor is best character.

  • OG XBOX: 6/10

    Pretty much "Michael Bay: The Video Game". It does look fantastic for a PS2/XBOX game. The gameplay is only OK, and the story is absolute dog shit.

    For a game that claims to have the focus on the guns, it does a piss poor job representing them.

  • XBOX: 8/10

    PS2: 8/10

    GCN: 8/10

    One of my favourite Tony Hawk games next to THPS2.

    The driving sections are absolute trash and make Deadly Premonition's driving look like Gran Turismo's in comparison.

  • XBOX: 8/10

    PS2: 8/10

    GCN: 8/10

    Feels like the story mode is trying just a little too hard with it's juvenile humor. Vehicles are still bullshit.

  • PC: 9/10

    MODS:

    Kung Fu 3.0 8/10

    Katana - 8/10

    Polar Payne 8/10

    Polar Paradise 8/10

  • PC: 9/10

    MODS:

    7th Serpent: Crossfire 8/10

    7th Serpent: Genesis 8/10

    M:I - New Dawn 8/10

  • PC: 6/10

    One thing i can give DN:F credit for, it does have variety in the gameplay like some of the classic FPS games on the Build engine. More than I can say for most modern FPS games. Still awkward to play in places.

    The loading times for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 are atrocious, and both versions also look muddy compared to the PC version, which look above average at the best of times.

    The Doctor Who Cloned Me DLC: 6/10

    The reason that I enjoyed this DLC might be because it's shorter, but I do think it's an improvement. Yeah, that might be because the DLC is 90% reused assets from the base game, but it does come across as more focused than the base game.

  • 8/10

    Very, very, VERY NSFW. If explicit sexual content or a lot of gore offends you, don't play. But if you don't mind that or enjoy playing things with that type of content, it's worth playing.

  • Nintendo 64: 8/10

    Doom 64 EX: 8/10

    An underrated game in the Doom franchise. It's more atmospheric than Ultimate Doom/Doom II/Final Doom. Worth checking out. One of the best Nintendo 64 games.

  • 7/10

    It's dumb fun. Can't really hate it for that.

  • 4/10

    Every aspect of this is so bad that I literally can't list all of it here. Buggy game, generic gameplay, muddy graphics, truly awful story. The only redeeming thing is the mildly entertaining multiplayer, but everything is better with friends, so that's a backhanded compliment at best.

    Go play any other Alien game instead. There are so many good Alien games that you could trip and fall over one of them simply looking for one. The Atari 2600 Alien game is better, and that game was just a mediocre Pac-Man clone.

  • 6/10

    If you like atmospheric walking simulators, go play this. There isn't much too it other than that.

    My full review of the game - https://cultclassiccornervideogames.wordpress.com/2018/02/15/dear-esther-landmark-edition-pc-os-x-linux-ps4-xbone-review/

  • 7/10

    I feel like this game gets a bad wrap. Even if it's nowhere as good as the original Unreal, or the Unreal Tournament series, it's definitely worth checking out. The story and voice acting is a bit meh.

    The one positive thing I can say about this game is that the art style is top notch.

  • 6/10

    A mediocre FPS with one neat moment half way through the game.

  • PC: 6/10

    More of Doom 3. I can't tell if that's a good thing or a bad thing.

  • 7/10

    The swinging gameplay mechanic is pretty fun. The games art is also gorgeous.

    My full review of the game - https://cultclassiccornervideogames.wordpress.com/2019/01/31/a-story-about-my-uncle-2014-review/

  • 8/10

    I wish the story could have been followed up on. A sequel with better gameplay and destruction could have been amazing, especially on the PS4 and Xbox One.

    Instead of crashing into cars to take them out like in the Burnout games, you can destroy the environment to take out other drivers.

  • PC: 9/10

    One of the best First Person Shooters of all time. Has one of the rare good underwater FPS sections.

  • 5/10

    It's story is a rip off of Total Recall. It's an incredibly mediocre FPS that's easily forgettable. The graphics range from "meh" to broken and buggy.

    My full review of the game - https://cultclassiccornervideogames.wordpress.com/2017/03/14/chaser-2003-pc-review/

  • 8/10

    Feels like a Agatha Christie novel. Worth checking out if you like point-and-click adventure games.

  • 7/10

    It's terrain destruction is a bit simple now, but it's still neat. There's even a level as a special feature to show off the destructible environments. The story is kinda weak and mostly there just to move the game along.

  • 6/10

    It keeps the terrain destruction from the first game, but it feels more like a side step rather than an evolution of the feature. It's story is also pretty forgettable.

  • 5/10

    It's an on-rails FMV game. Not so-bad-it's-good, but not really all that good either. Unless you like cheesy 90's FMV games or playing/collecting older stuff.

    The story behind this game is more interesting than the game itself.

  • 8/10

    Better than Fallout 3, probably because people from the original two games worked on it. Bethesda would never admit that this is better.

    Dead Money DLC: 7/10

    The Dead Money expansion is borderline unfairly difficult. But the atmosphere and story is top notch.

    Honest Hearts DLC: 8/10

    Courier's Stash + Gun Runners' Arsenal DLC: N/A - It just adds more weapons and stuff to New Vegas. It's a good addition, but I can't really give it a rating.

    MODS:

    Autumn Leaves (9/10)

    More Perks Mod (9/10)

    New Vegas Uncut (MoBurma) (9/10)

  • 8/10

    The concept of a Visual Novel where you end up in a relationship with a girl who has a disability might not appeal to everyone, but it doesn't turn it into a gimmick and tries to tell an actual story. Worth checking out.

  • 2/10

    It's ~art~, that means it's off limits to criticizing. Because art can't be bad for some reason.

  • 8/10

    It's an adorable point-and-click game with some nice sprite work. Definitely worth checking out if you like point-and-click adventures.

  • 7/10

    Pretty decent adventure game. Relies a little too heavily on nostalgia, but worth checking out. People wouldn't have shit on this as hard as they did if the first trailer made it seem to be a horror game instead of an emotional game about family.

  • 8/10

    Completed the Remastered version for the PC. Man, this has a lot of shout outs to other indie games. Pretty decent.

  • 7/10

    Good, but not great.

    Operation: Anchorage DLC: 7/10

    A great over-the-top look at what the Brotherhood of Steel propaganda looks like.

    Broken Steel DLC: 8/10

    Actually makes the ending better. Which was literally the worst thing about Fallout 3.

  • 5/10

    Layers of fear is a fantastic looking game and has a good atmosphere and soundtrack, but 95% is opening draws to find things. So much so that the multiple endings are dependent on it. If you like the subject matter and/or presentation, you will enjoy this. But personally, I found this to be just OK.

    Inheritance DLC: 6/10

    I like the DLC a tad bit more than the main game, but that's probably because it's both shorter and actually fleshes the story of the main game.

  • 6/10

    It has some neat graphical features due to the gameplay involving time travel, but the rest of the game is just sort of forgettable.

  • 2/10

    The main character is kinda whiny. Not worth tolerating his mopeyness for the experience. Really short too. Unless you're desperate for any "art" games, avoid this.

    My full review of the game - https://cultclassiccornervideogames.wordpress.com/2019/02/14/dinner-date-pc-review/

  • 7.5/10

    The graphics and gameplay are really solid. It's a tad shallow, but I still wholly recommend it.

  • 7/10

    Decent game but a tad underwhelming. There are a few minor nitpicks, such as the main character being able to use his ghostly abilities a little too quickly, mastering some of them mere seconds after getting them. He even mentions that he's unsure of how to use it right before the game gives you a tutorial on how to use them.

    It's side quests are kinda pointless, and are only short ghost stories. If you have no incentive to do them yourselves, you could find them on YouTube.

  • 8/10

  • 8/10

  • 8/10

  • 8/10

  • 8/10

  • 8/10

    Some of the jokes are a bit corny, but it's humor and puzzles thoroughly enjoyable.

    My full review is here - https://cultclassiccornervideogames.wordpress.com/2019/03/14/maize-2016-review/

  • 9/10

    The best game running on the Build Engine. Pretty much Duke Nukem 3D but with a horror coat of paint. The humor has aged a lot better than Duke 3D's.

    Blood: Fresh Supply - 8/10

    Fresh Supply might have a few minor glitches and balance issues., but it's the best way of playing the game with modern bells and whistles, such as a higher resolution.

    MODS:

    Death Wish V1.6 - 9/10, One of the best mods, if not the best mod, for Blood

  • 8/10

    More of Blood. Not going to turn down more of Blood.

  • 8/10

    Even more of Blood.

  • 7/10

    Pretty decent point-and-click game. Nothing amazing, but a fun time. I'm a pretty big Back to the Future fan, so I absolutely loved this.

  • 8/10

    It's not quite a classic, but I feel like it's underrated.

  • Arcade: 8/10

    The arcade version of this game is probably the best version of this game. I doubt that it's ever going to get a re-release, so you should seek it out by "other means".

    My full review is here - https://cultclassiccornervideogames.wordpress.com/2018/01/25/michael-jacksons-moonwalker-review-part-1-arcade/

  • 7/10

    I know that a lot of people are going to disagree on me with this game, but I thought that it was just an OK game.

    Good game, bad Max Payne game. If it was called something like Man On Fire: The Video Game instead of Max Payne, it would have been a better experience. Although, if the Max Payne brand wasn't slapped onto it, I probably wouldn't have even have thought of buying it as much as I did.

    The game looks and sounds fantastic. The soundtrack is also fantastic, shout out to the band behind it, Health, for doing a really good job.

    The gameplay is a mixed bag. General movement feels sluggish and heavy, like Max Payne is swimming through Molasses. You have to wait for animations to complete before you can even finish firing off your gun along with general movement, and it ruins some split second gameplay. Half the time i think I'm going to shoot at someone but I end up shooting at the roof because the current animation I'm in isn't finished and it has the gun aimed up at the roof.

    The tacked on multiplayer can be pretty fun with friends or a good community, but the audience for Max Payne doesn't really want a multiplayer component. Good luck finding a good game with randoms. All off them are so good at the game at this point, it isn't any fun unless you're playing with friends.

  • Can't give this a score because it's a demo. What would I even rate it?

    It's pretty much the demo for Half-Life, but instead of having a small segment from the game itself, it uses a part of the game that was cut out to show off the game instead. It's more Half-Life, and it's pretty hard to turn down more Half-Life.

  • 8/10

    A sci-fi action adventure with cowboys, dinosaurs, aliens, and a crazy A.I. What more could you ask for?

    The alien designs are fantastic. Despite being a mix of things that wouldn't work, it ends up being decent. It runs on the GoldSrc engine, so it's a pretty solid FPS game.

  • 8/10

    Significantly better than Bloober Team's last game, Layers of Fear. The game lets you explore and even has a few details that flesh out the world, which is a nice touch.

    Observer: System Redux: 8/10

    Adds in a bunch of new content and polishes the graphics.

  • 7/10

  • 8/10

    My favourite Frictional Games game so far. Looking over the edge of cliffs underwater gave me a bit of vertigo, but in a good way.

    MODS:

    When Day Breaks 7/10, COMPLETED: 09/01/2020

  • 5/10

    If this wasn't interactive and was just a regular movie, this would have been forgotten even quicker than it already was. Too bad it got overshadowed by a better written live action choose-your-own-adventure with Black Mirror: Bandersnatch.

    My full review of the game - https://cultclassiccornervideogames.wordpress.com/2019/01/12/late-shift-2016-review/

  • 7/10

    Incredibly impressive for a free mod/game. Really pushes the GoldSRC Engine.

    COMPLETED: 2019

  • 4/10

    This game crashes way more than it should, and it significantly brings down what could have been a short fun experience.

    If it didn't continually crash, this might have been a 5/10, maybe even a 6/10.

    COMPLETED: 2019

  • 7/10

    Pretty decent Quake clone. Worth checking out if you like Retro First Person Shooters.

    My full review of the game - https://cultclassiccornervideogames.wordpress.com/2017/06/06/chasm-the-rift-1997-pc-review/

  • PS2: 9/10

    Much like the Halo games define how First Person Shooters felt on consoles, Resident Evil 4 did for Third Person Shooters.

  • 8/10 - Original

    8/10 - Remastered, Completed: 08/10/2019

    The extra features in the Remastered Version, such as the Director's Commentary and the Challenge Rooms from the PS3 version, are really nice.

    One of the best games of 2007. 2007 was such a solid year in terms of video games.

  • 7/10

    Most of my complaints are minor nitpicks.

    The one big problem this game has is that there is an annoying maze half way through the game. While it's not the worst maze in an adventure game, it's still tedious to get through.

    The game also has a feature that when the game crashes, you can load back to just before it crashes, preventing major progress loss. This is such a good features that I'm more surprised that more games didn't have it at the time.

    COMPLETED: DD/MM/YYYY 04/03/2019

    My full review is here - https://cultclassiccornervideogames.wordpress.com/2019/03/14/alien-incident-1996-review/

  • 7/10

    It's literally Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4 but with a Disney/Pixar coat of paint and a few less skate tricks to make it easier for kids. There isn't too much to complain about here.

    Sure, the whole concept is a tad lazy, but you can do a whole hell of a lot worse in terms of games based on films or have characters from said films being in a game.

    COMPLETED: DD/MM/YYYY 07/03/2019