Reviews by Chosedone
A classic FPS everyone playsChosedone | May 18, 2014 | Review of Counter Strike
I think there isn't anyone who hasn't played CS is his life. This game is just a classic, a game that cannot be criticized for its graphics, sounds or physics engine because it doesn't matter. It began as a mod and converted into the most famous shooter game. You'll never get bored of this game; it's simple, addictive and competitive. With tons of community maps and gamemodes, every time is different. You don't have to worry about DLC, levels, achievements nor unlock weapons. It's all about skill, tactic, practice and team cooperation. You'll always have fun playing it... unless an enemy purchases a shield or an AWP, then you'll hate him for the rest of your life.
Puzzles making you think with portalsChosedone | May 1, 2014 | Review of Portal
There are TOO many puzzles games, but definitely Portal is the best for me. It has a interesting background history, and curious mechanics never seen before. The history progresses along the game in a way that makes you understand it near the end; something cool and hard to reach in games, cause it makes the player get caught by the history. Also, the puzzles are well designed to make you "think with portals" in many and original ways. It's a shame the game is a bit short but at least it's fun while it last... especially if they gonna gift you a cake at the end, c'mon, what's the worst that can happen? A sarcastic robot trying to kill you with poor excuses?
Unlimited hours of fun guaranteedChosedone | April 26, 2014 | Review of Portal 2
If you thought Portal was a great and innovative game, then Portal 2 will exceed your expectations. With completely new puzzle mechanics, a better ambience and characters, and a longer and more attractive history, this game is a jewel that none gamer can refuse to play to. Those classic Portal's puzzles that could make you think for hours returned, in more quantity and quality. The history is catchy and the dialogs are comical. The new testing elements completely change the way to resolve the puzzles; it's no more a only-portals platform game. You'll have several hours of fun playing the single-player campaign. But if it isn't enough for you, you can play co-op with a friend or (thanks to the awesome "Perpetual Testing Initiative" update) play the community chambers. In my opinion, a game that couldn't be better.