Game Fan - 19 Game Ratings
Member Since: Jan 26, 2018
|10 %||Chess (1600) - Jan 26, 2018
"Lame. The Queen can move wherever she wants, whereas the King can move only move one space at a time? Sexist much?"
|75 %||Far Cry 4 (2014) - Jan 26, 2018
"More of the same. Not exactly a bad thing, considering Far Cry 3 was near perfect, but the main antagonist lacks the charm of Vaas, and none of the characters feel interesting enough to care about. Gunplay is good enough, and the plot moves itself along nicely. But as said before, this is too much like its predecessor to feel like a great game."
|95 %||Final Fantasy IX (2000) - Jan 26, 2018
"Best in the series. A cast of characters full of personality and intrigue. An almost perfect world that immerses you instantly and a plot that perfectly compliments every aspect of the game. The battle system has been perfected by now, and this game shows it."
|85 %||Fallout: New Vegas (2010) - Jan 26, 2018
"The best in the series since the isometric games. The decisions made in this game feel real, with no good ending, all of them seem grim and hopeless. The dialogue returns to its dark origins, with dark humour found all throughout the Mojave. This is the only modern Fallout to play, it hearkens back to what made the originals so great while also making modern improvements."
|70 %||Assassin's Creed III (2012) - Jan 26, 2018|
|100 %||Bayonetta (2009) - Jan 26, 2018
"Best spectacle fighter out there. I don't think I've ever spent this long grinning from ear-to-ear. The sexual innuendos, the stupidly camp dialogue and the plot that makes zero sense. Everything adds up to make the most ridiculous game you've ever played. The combos are unique, with bullet time making everything you know about hack 'n slash gameplay being questioned. In a good way. "
|80 %||Alien: Isolation (2014) - Jan 26, 2018
"Best AI monster out there. Roaming around this isolated space station brings back memories of Dead Space, except where the scares in that were scripted, here the Xenomorph can jump out at you at any moment, and make you wet yourself. Not as tense as anything Frictional offers, but the Alien experience is definitely here, with you feeling like Ripley must have. The game lasts far too long, however, and the plot borders on dull, with every horror trope being touched upon."
|95 %||Deus Ex (2000) - Jan 26, 2018
"FPS RPG. Perfectly ordinary now, but back in the day, it seemed like a strange combination. It's funny to think that the first of its kind was also the best. Gunplay left a bit to be desired, but it offered exciting new ways to play, augment your body to become a walking killing machine, or a stealth master. The plot is perfectly written, with characters that leave a lasting impression and twists that shocks. The only issue it has is that it is far too drawn out. "
|95 %||Dark Souls III (2016) - Jan 26, 2018
"Back to its quality greatness, Dark Souls III takes the speed of Bloodborne, and the nostalgia of the original Dark Souls to make a blend of the two that works almost seamlessly. A story that intrigues, with lore to explore, not quite reaching the unique strangeness of Bloodborne, but far surpassing Dark Souls II, and the combat, as usual is spot on. But the real star of Dark Souls III are the bosses, with each feeling like a perfectly placed pawn for the story and the lore."
|100 %||Bloodborne (2015) - Jan 26, 2018
"Perfect. The Souls combat returns here, with a plot that once again requires work to unravel. Lore that drags you deeper and deeper into this mysterious, but enthralling world. Faster and more brutal than the series' previous iterations, the Gothic backdrop is perfect for the grim cast of monsters that inhabit this world. Less generic fantasy and more Victorian-esque Lovecraft lovechild."