An opportunity to play as an assassin return in this sequel to Assassin's Creed. You're no longer playing as Altair during his times in Jerusalem. Instead you're playing as Ezio Auditore da Firenze during the Italian Renaissance.
* Takes everything that was great from the first Assassin's Creed and keeps or improves it.
* A cool variety of missions. Things aren't as one-sided as it was in the first game.
* Controls and graphics are great. The fighting is awesome, with blood and everything.
* The cities are even bigger and more majestic this time around. It's a beautiful feeling to wander around in Italy.
You take on the role as Ezio for the last time. This time you travel to Constantinople. But you also get chances to play as the legendary assassin Altair again. That's very cool.
* Keeps using the same, great things from the previous games and improves where necessary.
* Let's you play as both Ezio and Altair. The two coolest assassin's ever.
* Beautiful graphics and cities. One can spend hours just strolling around.
* Sending of assassin recruits to do missions is cool.
* Everything is good about this game.
The sequel to Arkham Asylum picks up a little while after the events that occurred in the first game. Bad guys are located at Arkham City. There's something strange (hehehe) going on there, and you'll have to take on the role as the Caped Crusader once again.
* Is even better than Arkham Asylum.
* Top-notch graphics and voice acting.
* Excellent gameplay that keeps everything that made the last game great and expands on it by adding new abilities.
* Awesome story.
* Catwoman! She's hot.
* Several side missions that includes other well-known Batman villains.
* Challenges with leaderboards.
* Loads of Riddler challenges.
You're naturally playing as the Dark Knight, who has just captured the Joker once again. Things seems to go smoothly, you'll just have to escort that lunatic back to his cell, when he suddenly breaks free, takes control of the facility and releases every criminally insane monsters in the Asylum. You got some work ahead of you.
* The graphics are unquestionably terrific. I like how Batman's costume is looking quite damaged towards the end.
* Top shelf voice acting. Mark Hamill with the voice of Joker? Oh yes!
* The gameplay is awesome. Simple fist fighting is fun, but it's made even greater with various combos and Batman's gadgets.
* Stealthing around and attacking from the shadows without anyone ever noticing you is fantastic.
* The story you're playing is great.
* Different challenges with leaderboards and trophies/achievements.
* 240 Riddler challenges.
If you ask me, Skyrim is just to massive to cover in a small text like this. Nothing will do it justice, so let's just say that you take on the role as an user created character and it's up to you to explore Skyrim.
* Some of the best, most beautiful and impressive looking graphics I've ever witnessed.
* Tremendous musical score.
* Good voice acting.
* So much story and plot, side quests, mini quests etc. You probably won't have time to dig through everything.
* Great gameplay, engaging combat system.
* Fantastic customizing of your character.
* Gets to have your own house where you can store cool weapons, armor, wife etc.
* Does really feel like your own world.
* Some annoying bugs. There is for instance one quest I cannot complete, or get rid of from quest log.
You pick your favourite team or whatever other football (soccer) team you want, and play matches. Career mode, online, just tournaments, training matches against friends etc. Later editions also introduced Be-A-Pro, in which you create a player and can play by simply using that player. There's also something new called FIFA Ultimate Team.
* The games have improved massively over the years in the term of AI, details, graphics and gameplay.
* The winning formula is still going strong.
* These games are a must have for football fans.
* Great to play amongst friends.
* These days, I tend to get a bit tired of the game some weeks after getting it. I haven't played FIFA 13 in months. It doesn't hold the same power over me as the 2002, 2003, 2004 versions did.
* Still hasn't got the permission to use the name of "Champions League"
* Not every league is present.
You return as Ezio as you head to Rome to destroy the Borgia family. Time to kill.
* Keeps the same good things from the previous games and improves where necessary.
* Every mission gets a new "small" objective to it. If completed you get 100% synchronisation. If not, only 50 %. That actually gives you reason to do missions again.
* Graphics are awesome. Rome looks beautiful.
* You can hire assassin's to do cool stuff.
* The control of the flying glider thing is a bit tricky.
* The graphics and quality of this game is insane.
* The fighting controls are improved and come across as slightly more varied this time.
* The overall map is bigger than ever, adding the opportunity to run around in the wilderness.
* Many things to do. You can for instance go hunting.
* The game is awesome.
* Boston ain't as majestic and beautiful to explore as, let's say, Rome.
* Connor is a bit of a whiny bitch,
Prequel to the previous Arkham-games. You're becoming Batman in this game, as Black Mask has put on a bounty on your head, causing several assassins to seek you out.
* It's Batman.
* It's in many ways the same game as Arkham City (just without Catwoman)
* Outstanding graphics.
* Great range of various villains.
* Loads of collectibles and side quests.
* Fun combat.
* It's set around Christmas, but it's completely lifeless.
* Shock gloves are overpowered.
* Really, really just feels like Arkham City.
I got to admit that I'm a little psychotic. I've very often fantasized about being a serial killer or an assassin. But seeing as I'm bound to reality and know that there would most likely be some severe consequences if I were to live out those fantasies, I'll have to settle with playing an assassin.
* To be able to play as an assassin is just awesome. Particularly in this setting, as the story in this game is awesome.
* Perfect controls. There's nothing that's way too advanced nor way too easy. A perfectly balanced mix.
* Great graphics.
* Beautiful, open cities and space. You can basically nearly go everywhere. There's always something to explore.
* Slaughtering enemies is cool.
* The quests does get a bit repetitive. It's usually the same things that's being done over and over again.
Once again you get to play as the super cute Sackboy, and once again it seems its up to you save people from some bad people.
* The same deal as the first game. Delightful, awesome, charming, funny and totally enjoyable.
* Same amazing level design and cute graphics.
* Found it to be even more challenging than the first game. Can still be beaten in day, though.
* My girlfriend loves it.
* Funnier minigames.
* Controls can still be a bit improved.
* Creation Mode should be easier to use.
You get the chance to be a little Sackboy, who you're able to dress up as you'll like, and then set on an adventure alone, or with friends, to aid the people of Little Big Planet.
* Delightful, superbly charming, funny and enjoyable game!
* Great level design and top-notch graphics.
* Can at times be rather challenging.
* My girlfriend, who's not a big fan of games, love this game! And wants to play it with me! Meaning that I can sneak away to play video games while spending the required time with her!
* The controls could have been tighter.
* Besides the story maps, nothing of the extra stuff interested me.
You're playing as Corvo, the Empress protector. When she is murdered and you're framed, it's up to you to seek out the people responsible and have your vengeance.
* Great looking graphics.
* Your actions decide what the outcome is.
* The possibility to play through the entire game without killing anyone.
* You decide if you want a sneaking game or a full blown massacre game.
* Weak story.
* Not anything interesting to do afterwards.
You're playing through the four first years during Harry Potter's stay at Hogwarts. The twist is that it's all in LEGO style.
* Gorgeous attention to detail. It might be a LEGO game, but this really look and feels like Hogwarts. The Harry Potter atmosphere is massive.
* Extremely fun.
* Plenty of things to gather and collect.
* Huge variety in abilities.
* The controls feels unprecise occasionally.
* Painful loading screen.
Continuing the story of the Boy who Lived, as you finish your last years at Hogwarts and hunt down the remaining Horcruxes in order to be able to vaporize Lord Voldemort into thousands of tiny LEGO pieces.
* It's in many ways exactly the same game as Years 1-4. The same wonderful attention to detail is present, as is the atmosphere.
* It's fun.
* Huge amounts of stuff to collect.
* Variety in abilities.
* Improves on some minor things.
* You have to collect some things you've already collected in the previous game.
* It does feel very much like the same game, despite telling a different story.
You're playing as Lara Croft as you discover her origins. You'll evolve from the innocent young girl into a brutal ass-kicker as you struggle to survive the dark secrets that haunts the mysterious island you're stranded on.
* Great characterisation of Lara.
* Plenty of action.
* Superb controls during everything you do.
* Great story.
* Excellent graphics.
* Tons of things to collect and explore.
* There can be too much action going on at times.
* Quick time events are tedious. Particularly during the first hour of playing, where they occurs almost every second.
* Lacklustre multiplayer.
In order to ride on the success of the popular Tv-series and books, someone felt obliged to rush out a Game of Thrones game. The events in this game takes place a little while before the Tv-series. You'll switch between playing the Night's Watch ranger Mors Westford and the noble Alester Sarwyck as they gets involved in some deep scheming and plotting.
* Awesome story with insane twists and fleshed out characters. Seriously, this game should be played for the story alone. It outweighs every flaw the game has.
* Interesting side missions.
* Things in the game changes based on your actions and choices.
* The combat system is not awesome, but it's decent enough.
* The ability to gain "personalities" in the form of strengths and weaknesses to your characters. You can basically suit your characters in the way you want them.
* Ugly, outdated graphics.
* The voice acting gets very monotonous at time.
* Poor music editing.
* The customization of your character doesn't mean too much in the end.
Those who have followed me around a little bit know that I'm a Saw fan. This game explores whatever happened to Detective Tapp from the first film. As we were lead to believe, he didn't die at all. In stead he'll have to play a game.
* Great Saw atmosphere. Does really feel like a Saw game, and proves itself to be a good continuation of the story.
* Great gore and death scenes.
* Great traps.
* Plenty of puzzles.
* The ending.
* Unnecessary combat.
* A bit repetitive gameplay.
Without having played Mortal Kombat before, I'm going to take a wild stab and say that this is Mortal Kombat with DC characters. There's a story here that centres around the fact that Superman has gone crazy.
* Great use of DC characters.
* A fun fighting game.
* Great graphics and voice acting.
* Confusing, but decent story.
* Much content.
* I suck at these games.
* Controls feels very unprecise when trying to perform combos.
* A bit repetitive.
Taking place between the original and new trilogy, you play as Darth Vader's secret apprentice.
* The story ties in nicely with the original Star Wars films.
* Great use of the force, as a weapon and to lift stuff and such.
* Running around Force pushing enemies is a lot of fun.
* Decently entertaining.
* Most of the boss fights are a bit dull.
* The game is very short and there's no need to revisit it again, really. Unless you want to hunt for trophies.
* Loading screen for everything in the menu. Annoying!
I really didn't pay attention to the story, or the were no story. But you're playing as Conan, while you hack enemies and rescue naked maids.
* Limbs and heads gets separated from their respective bodies. Blood is everywhere. It's gory. And there's pointless female nudity in it. It's Conan after all.
* Hack and Slash game that's usually quite fun for a while.
* Terrible graphics, even when taking into consideration that it was an early PS3 release.
* Awkward camera and controls. Platform jumping was a nightmare.
* Easy to get swarmed with enemies, making it almost impossible to get a good attacking flow.
* Frustrating boss fights, were most of them rely on quicktime events.