Just a S.T.A.L.K.E.R. addict.
Game Review on Jul 9th, 2013
I have to say that I didn't finish the game yet, but I can honestly tell you that the makers of this game have done their job, because I got scared lots of times so far. It provoked me paranoia all over the levels. I had to sneak on every map I was in. Even when hallucinations occur, well...you can't really know whether it's a hallucination or not. So either way, you have to run.
I do hope I'm going to finish this game, if my daily played hours of Amnesia - which are like two - won't decrease.
Still, I noticed that if you're not alone in your room, then you don't really get scared while playing Amnesia. Though, don't try to cheat the game in that way! It was meant to be feared of. If it wasn't for all the horror the game possesses, it could've been finished in like half an hour.
Anyway, as I said, the makers have done their job. They created one of the most scary games...so I give Amnesia a 10/10.
Game Review on Jul 3rd, 2013
It's possible that nobody will read this review due to Jade Empire not being so known. But still, if anyone wonders whether to play this game or not..then I can answer that question: you DEFINITELY have to play this game, because it's one of the greatest RPGs ever made. Basically, every little detail of the storyline was perfected. I don't care about the graphics or anything, because the storyline just rocks...
You can even romance, be good or evil...you can do anything. It's really a shame there's only ONE mod that changes the gameplay a bit. Well, one mod as far as I know... Maybe there are more out there, but I doubt it.
So, this game definitely deserves a 10/10. It's too bad there probably won't be a Jade Empire II...
Mod Review on Jul 3rd, 2013
I don't really remember everything this mod added, because I last played it one year ago..but I do remember I truly loved it. So any Jade Empire fan can surely give this mod a try, because it's damn worth it.
Game Review on Jul 3rd, 2013
I gotta say that I only played KoTOR II: SL. But I don't think there are too many differences between the two. Basically...KoTOR II is partially a disappointment due to the lack of romances and due to the SUDDEN skip to the last planet you can play...I apologize, but I forgot the name. And the ending isn't so cool, either.
Basically, the graphics and all may be a LITTLE bit better than in KoTOR, but still...the storyline is worse than there.
That's why new players might get bored of KoTOR II quickly. So, I'm just gonna give it a 9/10, although I believe it doesn't even deserve that much...
Game Review on Jul 3rd, 2013
The fun this game offers just cannot be explained by words, really. I started playing it when I was like...10, I think and I just loved everything. The atmosphere, the characters, the possibility of romancing... Basically, the few bugs are just insignificant due to the perfected storyline. I always enjoyed playing this game again and again. Of course, I got bored of it at some point, but still...it offers the possibility of multiple playthroughs due to all the things you can do in the game.
I believe that this one is way better than SW:KoTOR II merely because the second lacks romances. And it's just boring at some point.
Well, I'd gladly play this game, where you play on your own rather than playing just a leveling MMORPG like TOR.
So, I'm sure KoTOR deserves a 10/10. Of course, it's sad that an KoTOR III was ignored for TOR...
Game Review on Jul 2nd, 2013 - 1 person agrees 2 people don't
It's a really cool game. I played all the Hitman games except Blood Money, and I can say it is kind of different from Codename 47, Silent Assassin and Contracts... Although the graphics are way better, the atmosphere isn't all that it was supposed to be. To be honest, I think I'd get a little bit more excited if I do a mission from Hitman: Codename 47 than from Absolution, even though that game was made 13 years ago.
Basically, the missions are just too short and are given little details. But anyway, sometimes I didn't get bored at all of the missions and sometimes I actually felt the anger of the character...and then was like "Man...what the heck? Damn the stealth. Let's kill them all.". So I did like that, but still....that way isn't it more like Call of Duty than Hitman? I mean like really...
Either way...even if it determines you be stealthy or to be Rambo, the storyline is still good in my opinion.
But as I said, the atmosphere just isn't complete. So I'd give it a 9/10.
Game Review on Jul 2nd, 2013 - 1 person agrees
I recently started playing Fable III and I admit it has better graphics than Fable: The Lost Chapters and such...but I also admit I miss features from TLC. Like having to actually drain the XP orbs yourself rather than them to just come to you, like in Fable III. Also, I miss all the weapons, spells, and crossbows/bows from TLC. I also believe I'm going to finish Fable III soon..if I'm not mistaken, and it's only been 2 days of playing. I remember Fable TLC being much longer.
Shortly, Fable: The Lost Chapters is a lot better than Fable III story-wise.
It certainly deserves a 10/10!
Game Review on Jun 26th, 2013
One of the best games I've ever played....oh wait, I'll rephrase that: this is the BEST game I EVER played so far. And, to be honest, I played dozens of games.
Anyway, good things Shadow of Chernobyl has:
1. Its atmosphere that is most of the times...horrific (DUH....it's a survival horror game!), which makes players to actually be careful where they go and what they do since they might get killed instantly at anytime;
2. Large, populated maps (well...maybe except Cordon, which is kind of boring) and these maps actually have lots of stashes where you may either celebrate due to its content, or where you might get dissapointed and motivate you to look for another one;
3. The high possibility of being modded easily;
4. Awesome graphics (especially when using a mod like Photorealistic Zone);
5. A story that makes you more and more interested in Marked One's past;
6. Awesome guitar tracks that make me stay at a Stalker camp for a few minutes just to listen to them and to get the courage to raid another mutant nest....
There are WAY other qualities to be mentioned, but the character limit doesn't let me mention them... Well a sad thing about Shadow of Chernobyl is that, despite the fact that maps are large, there aren't too many maps available at all...but hopefully Lost Alpha will change that aspect :).
But still, a 10 is a 10. And this game TOTALLY deserves it.