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dcpc10

Brothers In Arms Hell's Highway

- PC

Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway is the third rendition in the realistic WWII FPS series. It follows an Allied soldier (Squad Leader) named Matt Baker through the brutal and epic mission, Market Garden. Unlike most WWII shooters, BiA:HH follows only one mission throughout the whole game, but that doesn't mean its short. I spent about 12 hours in BiA:HH, and it was an entertaining and addictive...

8.0

dcpc10

Medal of Honor: Airborne

- PC

Medal of Honor: Airborne was released back in 2007, and I somehow skipped the game due most likely to the release of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare at the time. I've decided to review the game in 3 areas, Gameplay, Presentation, and Story. I also have two other brief sections, which are ''Introduction'' and ''Verdict''. Enjoy the review :) Introduction The MoH series, not too long ago,...

7.0

guesty81

Hannah Montana: The Movie

- PS3

When I first started playing games I was very much the child, four to be exact and the Atari 2600 graced our living room, over the years I had that console, I enjoyed the highlights of Pac man, Space Invaders, Tanks, Breakout, Pitfall, Qbert to name but a few. The thing was that these games were great, they weren’t dumbed down for my age way (oh way) back then. Where they a challenge? Yes; did...

5.0

Game13a13y

Killzone 2

- PS3

First off, I want to keep this review clear and simple, so it won't be very in depth. I'll just give my personal opinion on this game. With that said, Killzone 2 is a game that plays like your ordinary FPS fair: shooting, reloading, ducking, throwing grenades, those usual stuffs. However, there are three major things that set Killzone 2 apart: 1. graphics, 2. contronl, 3. online multiplaye...

9.7

SeraphimBlade

MadWorld

- Wii

Having barely touched my Wii since I got my PS3 (once you go black, you can't go back) I had a bit of Wii-mote dusting to do and batteries to scavenge for. I probably wouldn't have cared so much about their condition had I realized within three minutes of turning on MadWorld, blood comes in a tidal wave off of the screen. The game itself is probably the only besides manhunt 2 the public di...

9.0

PS3Freak

Terminator Salvation

- PS3

Going into this game i was not expecting much. It seems to be a good thing as i was not dissapointed as severely as i could have been. When you first pop in Terminator Salvation, the game shows you a video of some of the gameplay you will encounter during the game. To be honest, it did look rather impressive to me. After starting the game on Medium difficulty i immediately noticed that the...

5.3

Last Likely Lad

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars

- Nintendo DS

Grand theft auto has a huge reputation for the production quality, the quality of game play and the immersive nature of the game, so a handheld version had a lot of expectations resting on its shoulders, especially on a huge platform, the Nintendo DS. Rockstar take grand theft auto back to its roots in the form of a 2D top down platformer, the big question from most critics was, are we pas...

9.0

Tachyon_Nova

Battlefield: Bad Company

- PS3

With Bad Company, DICE are finally giving Battlefield a storyline driven single player mode, instead of focusing solely on online. Rated one of last years best games, how does it stand in today's gaming environment? If you've played any of the other Battlefield games, you'll know that they are great fun, but tend to be pretty unstable. With BC though, this is not the case. Even in the midd...

9.1

Tachyon_Nova

Uncharted: Drake's Fortune

- PS3

Released well over a year ago, Uncharted has managed to stay cutting edge in terms of graphical prowess. At the time of release, I dismissed it as overhyped rubbish. But the other week I felt the urge to buy it, went home, and didnt put the controller down the hole way through. You are Nathan Drake, a distant relative of one Sir Francis Drake. What the game throws up for him is a weird bu...

9.2

Karoken

Fallout 3: Operation Anchorage

- Xbox 360

Operation Anchorage is the first new content package released by Bethesda for Fallout 3. Bethesda announced the content packages on Dec 10, 2008 and Operation: Anchorage was later released on January 27 of this year at the cost of 800 Microsoft points (roughly 10$) for Xbox 360 and PC. This is one of three announced downloadable game packages, the other two being “The Pitt” and “Broken Steel”....

7.0

Karoken

Fallout 3: The Pitt

- Xbox 360

The Pitt is the second new content package released by Bethesda for Fallout 3. Bethesda announced the content packages on Dec 10, 2008 and The Pitt was later released on March 24 of this year at the cost of 800 Microsoft points (roughly 10$) for Xbox 360 and PC. This is one of three announced downloadable game packages, the other two being “Operation: Anchorage” and “Broken Steel”. Operation: A...

8.0

Karoken

Fallout 3: Broken Steel

- Xbox 360

Broken Steel is the third new content package released by Bethesda for Fallout 3. Bethesda announced the content packages on Dec 10, 2008 and Broken Steel was just recently released on May 7th of this year at the cost of 800 Microsoft points (roughly 10$) for Xbox 360 and PC. This is one of three announced downloadable game packages, the other two being “Operation: Anchorage” and “The Pitt”. Op...

8.0

alexsays

Initial D: Extreme Stage

- PS3

The familiarity should be all too commonplace with those who have experienced the Initial D world previously—either through the manga, the later adapted anime, arcade stages, or either the PS2 or PSP versions. Whichever medium you chose to experience Initial D through, you should have, at least by now, the story in the foreground of thought. It doesn’t sway the slightest. Initial D Extreme Stag...

8.9

alexsays

Henry Hatsworth in the Puzzling Adventure

- Nintendo DS

Henry Hatsworth combines both side scroller action with Tetris-like puzzle solving. On the surface it’s a bizarre formula that seems as if it wouldn’t fare too well, but once you’re immersed into the Henry Hatsworth's whimsical adventure you can’t help but admire how successful—not to mention simple and fun—it is. Henry is an old adventurer who seeks a golden suit. Each piece of the suit a...

8.8

schommerc

Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution

- PS3

First and foremost this is a review of the single-player mode only as I never took it online. Secondly, I got steamrolled on my last review for Haze as someone who truly enjoyed the game. Please note that this is simply my opinion and trolling negative comments about my fanboyism just ruins my day. Thus, Civilization Revolution.. -------------------------------------------------------------...

5.0

Guidance

X-Men Origins: Wolverine

- PSP

I have not played any of the console versions and basically I don't care for them. All I wanted was Wolverine (after watching the movie 2x, yeah sucker I am) for PSP. The game is well balanced for the PSP and moves slick (fast action, though bosses and even some 'multipaths'. Recently I have seen some graphically high level games, which would slow down on the PSP (or were nice to see, but...

8.0

Flames911

Chrono Trigger

- Nintendo DS

Hey there this is my first review, so I'll keep it short. Chrono trigger originally came out 1994 or something for the snes, but it trully stands the test of time. I'm not going to reveal much of the story. At the beginning of the game you go to a fair cellabrating 1000 years of peace. You meet this girl there,she joins you and then you meet your really smart friend to check out her telepor...

9.8

guesty81

X-Men Origins: Wolverine

- PS3

Movie games have been given a bit of a hard time, and it’s fair to say not without merit. Starting way back with E.T back on the Atari 2600, they’ve long been considered the bastard child of video games, and yet with the arrival of The Wheelman, and shortly after The Godfather 2, something strange is starting to happen; they’re becoming quite good. So with X – Men Origins: Wolverine hitting the...

7.0

guesty81

Burn Zombie Burn

- PS3

You have to wonder why zombies are so popular? Students dress up as them come Halloween, films dedicated to them, heck they even got to dance with Jacko in Thriller, but you still have to ask yourself, why? Let’s face it they are the living dead, whose only purpose is to move slow and die; yes they’ll take out a few cast members, mercifully leaving the main star, but above that what else do the...

8.0

saimcheeda

Ratchet and Clank: Size Matters

- PSP

Ratchet and Clank Games spring up in mind usually when someone talks about Platformers on The PlayStation 2.After playing this game the PSP Should also be mentioned. Ratchet and Clanks Latest Adventure on the PSP.The Previous Installment Ratchet Deadlocked even though better received than this one was criticized for not including Clank as an in game character or having any real connection with...

8.6
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