A Elder Scolls game set inside the Battlespire, a magic academy that train battlemages. Run around and fight the monsters and the game controls. Don't like the combat at all. The worst enemy is the game physics system. Even the smallest edge can confuse it and make you die like you jumped from 10k feet to the ground.
This is a game that try to be Ultima Underworld and fails. Linear with no dialoge options and on top of that a user interface that makes less sense then the one in System Shock. The magic system looks fun until you try to use it. You have to draw runes with the mouse to cast spells and it feels like a bad ipad game ten years before anyone know what a ipad was. All i really needed to use was the fireball spell that worked well is the Win button in all combat scenarios. And that was a good thing as the combat was not fun anyway.
This could be a nice pirate game. Unfortunately someone had to force assassins creed into it. No fun historical places to visit, play as a whiny knob and a enjoy a cast of pirates that spend most of the time wasting air. If I have to play another tail a character mission I will assassinate myself. Pirates of Nightmares would have been a better game.
After a step up in Battlefield 3 the single player is back at worthless levels again. So bad in fact that the thing that i compare this game to is Aliens Colonial marines. I'm running around with my annoying squad and i can't count the number of times i wished i could just shoot them and play alone. This game must have been written by writers of the retard school of 'everything is a conflict' and the team members can not say two words to each other without screaming about it. They are also window dressing as they can not be killed and are ignored by the enemy. So when i sneak around in the level they are standing beside the tank Iím trying to avoid. Immersion gets it in the face in this game. One of the few positive things with the single player was that it only crashed on me one time in the seven hours it took to play it. Multiplayer is more unstable and crashes and other bugs are not uncommon. Battlefield 4 feels and plays as Battlefield 3 so it is better to just play Battlefield 3 some more.
The world is destroyed in a nuclear war and you drive from town to town on your motorcycle to save it. Not sure how it will be saved but on the way you need to shoot down all these cars and other motorcycles that get in your way. Real ugly game here that really do not work at all.
Expansion for Carmageddon. Not that good as the first one as they tried to make the levels a bit more weird Spending two minutes to get back up from the water after falling down does not improve the game. The focus should be on ramming into each other at high speed instead of trying to find each other.
In this game you have two defense towers and you select the one to shoot from with the mouse buttons. The goal is to shoot down the incoming missiles so they don?t destroy any of your towns. It all goes on wave after wave and each one is a little faster. Not a fun game at all really :(.
So i played this game and put in the the score. Forgot to write the text for the review. I played it for 24 hours and got achievement for completing it. No memory of what i did in it all. With that score i guess i hooked up my mind to the grid and wiped myself.
Role-playing game where the roles are set and the playing takes care of itself. The only thing left is to follow the story and read every note to try to understand what is going on. All the characters overact like the voice actor had a gun to his head so it get's a bit tiresome after a while. The final nail for me was the combat. So repetitive and boring I gave it all up. So youtube for the rest of the story then.
Set in a distant future where Earth is condemned and mercenaries now raid the dead planet. Battle robots left behind and other mercenaries. Linear levels, lacklustre enemies and weapons makes me prefer to play Descent instead.
First-person shooter where you drive and walk around in the same areas over and over again and shoot the same strange little gnome like creatures. You take the role of a super soldier called Master Chief that after a desperate escape from evil aliens fall out of hyperspace beside the a mystical ring in space, the Halo. The aliens with the name of The Coventant also drop by and then it turns into a minor war on and about the control of the Halo and to find out what it does.
Gameplay is like in most other first-person shooter but this game was the one that really get that regenerating shield/health thing stated where you simply take cover for a while to recharge it.
Play as a soldier fighting for the Mantel cooperation while high on drugs. The drug Nectar gives you improved performance in the game and later on in the game you learn that it also makes you ignore all the horrible things you have done. Later on you switch side and fight against your former friends and also get a chance to do all the vehicle sections and other things any generic shooter contains. The land carrier was the only fun idea but it's wasted like most things in this game.
Fun soldier game in WW2 and also winner of most crashes / hour award. Looks like the only tested to first levels in the game as the game crash more and more at the end. The gameplay was cool anyway with fun and varied levels.
First person shooter and space game mixed into one. You do mission and travel between them by flying your spaceship and fighting your way to the mission areas. Both have been done better in other game and this mix makes them both seem like only half done
First-person shooter set during the Vietnam War. Techology was moving fast in 98 and this game was horrible outdated when released. Duke nukem still works in 2020 but it played to the strengths of the build engine, not fighting against it.
Eat the dot's and stay away from the ghosts. You can also jump to avoid the ghosts and with four levels this should make a great game if not for the fact that pac-man games are sad and dull whatever they contain.
Pinball games are really not my thing. I know some people wish to have a pinball machine at home but i think it is painful enough to have one on the computer. This is one of the first Amiga pinball games, from 1987 and there is not much to enjoy in this game. One board only and large part of the screen is wasted on a stupid score and settings display. The gameplay do not work that well when the ball bounce around like a cube made out of tar.
Boxing game where you punch people in the face as much as you can. You work your way up the ladder to the final fight like in any sports game of this type and click on the button at random and hope for the best. Sport games are funless.
The story goes on from Quake 2 and this game takes ideas from Halo, Starship troopers and Half-Life and it does not go that well. You play another space marine this time and you have to fight of new Makron that they Strogg has created. Mostly I found the gameplay tiresome and I hate games that have a 'jump past three traps in a row' section. There is a part in the story when the player get put inside a machine to turn him in a Strogg and it was fun to see but it was not used well by the story.
Based in the Epic Rambo movie and that makes the game as good as one would expect. Take three scenes from the movie and make it into subgames so here we walk inside and shoot, then outside and shoot and finally we drive a tank an shoot. One more of these types of games and i will shoot myself.
Risen is boring. It has some positive elements like some nice vistas and some bad like the combat system but hours in the game i was tired of playing it. It never gets anywhere. Even the dialogue drags on without any of the characters saying anything i care about.
The main selling point for this game is the ability to walk inside and outside on the submarine. It's a nice function but it does not add anything to the gameplay. Using the bad controls to walk around and talk to your stupid crew with a single voice line each only makes you hate them. I will not even talk about the user interface, a oversimplified mess that takes away all the enjoyment of the simulation. Please sink this game to crush depth as soon as possible.
Game that try to be Sniper Elite but fails. Only good thing about the game is that it is short. Other then that the game has bad collision with the player getting stuck, the ai is worthless and stupid mini cutscene destroy the flow of the game multiple times per level.
Third-person shooter set in Dubai. Destructive sandstorms have ruined the city and the player takes the role of a small delta team that go in to find out what did go wrong with the evacuation of the city. Some of the environments is nice but everything else is below average. The story is formed by running from one badly designed game section to the next and getting a forklift of cut scenes in the face in between. It's not well done and one can see the plot points two levels before it happens. I really feel like the developers gave up on making the gameplay solid and added a thin layer of story instead. Then they throw down the art card and game critics then soiled themselves in a quest to use long words to describe how deep the game is.
It's not, it should been left under the sand to die in 2010.
The developers made a cool way to build creatures and then they needed to build a game around it to not get fired. That is the way I picture the the whole development process for spore. This game is like five really shitty games linked one after the other and none of them is any fun.
Fighting game based on the movie where you simple participate in five fights based on scenes from the movie. Also contain two small mini games where you try to break ice blocks or catch flies with chopstick. Game is so bad it's make more sense to try to break the game discs instead.
Play as a editor in chief of a newspaper and choose what to publish. Every week I supported the democratically elected Loyalist Party, vilified the rebels and praised the great leader. Still, in the end everyone loved me. The idea of this game is much better then it's execution.
Ghost Recon used to be cool, like Rainbow Six but today they are sad shadows of what they used to be. This version is a generic on the rails cover-based shooter. Some mission demands that you do not alert anyone and for them you just order around your team mates to kill everyone. Not that hard as they are invisible to the enemy and can shoot straight trough walls. There is no tactical shooter element left in this game.
Connect the wagons and drive your train along the landscape. Steam locomotives are nice as always but there is not much to do besides moving your camera around as you zip along the rail. So... gets boring really fast.
This is a grind style of game and to move forward in the game you need gold and you get it from killing things. You use the gold to buy better stats so you can buy better weapons and armor. With it you can kill things faster so you buy food and hit points. You keep killing things until you finally get a boat. Not that it change the game, but now you can use the Fire key instead of the Attack key for killing things. That's the amount of fun this game contains.
The only fun thing in this game is your half nude female first officer and it is not a good thing in a game. In short it all feels like a first-person shooter like all the others with the stupid soldiers you have to work with on a level or two so they can say they have great artificial intelligence in the game and your stupid ship mates that are so clich? that you almost throw up. When some of your team mates finally drop dead you do not miss them but rather wish you could walk up and hug the monsters for killing them.
Note about Movies:
None of the Youtube movies that i link to are made by me and i include them only to give you a chance to see what the game
looks like. Only the text and the smiley score act as my review of the game .