Reviews by Dyzzles

100

My all time favorite GTA.

Dyzzles | March 6, 2014 | Review of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

I honestly believe Rockstar hit the top with GTA San Andreas. It is by far the best GTA they made to date. The creativity the storyline writers have is amazing. They only focused on making it interesting, instead of going down the realism route. Even after finishing the storyline, the game, being open world, gives you complete freedom to do whatever you want. You can mod just about every part of the game to make it fit to your liking. And there're even multiplayer mods made by third parties that'll offer years of fun. Spent nearly 6 years playing multiplayer myself. If you haven't tried GTA San Andreas yet, definitely give it a try. You'll regret not getting it sooner.

93

Epic.

Dyzzles | March 1, 2014 | Review of Rising Storm

My first impression of this wasn't really great. I thought it was slow and uneventful, but boy was I wrong... This game, to be blunt, is brutal all around. It isn't forgiving towards the player. Looking for some of those ''magical'' help-me-outs like in those other FPS games? You won't find them here. All you have to rely on are your eyes to figure out where the enemy is.

The movement of the game is somewhat choppy sometimes, and the graphics aren't the absolute best out there (Though they are beautiful), but that doesn't really stop you from enjoying it. If you're looking for a game where you're going to feel like an expandable soldier who's only purpose is to die for his country, then this is definitely for you. Expect no mercy from Rising Storm.

100

One of my all time favorites.

Dyzzles | Feb. 22, 2014 | Review of Borderlands 2

When I tried out the first Borderlands, at first I wasn't really into it too much. After a while, though, I just couldn't stop myself from playing... Then this came out. So far, I've spent nearly 300 hours playing this, and I've no intentions of stopping. The game offers a lot of content and every playthrough is different if you use a different character. Playing Coop with friends adds even more to the experience. Makes enemies stronger, but offers better loot. The Steam community is also very active, Lots of posts daily where people either trade or discuss game-related topics. The only downside would be the massive amount of DLC, but if you just ignore the cosmetic things, it's alright. The Season Pass and Headhunter packs are definitely worth it.

85

Very solid.

Dyzzles | Feb. 12, 2014 | Review of Sid Meier's Civilization® V

First off, I'd like to throw this out there first... Not everyone will enjoy this game. It's not something just about everyone can get into.

Leaving that aside, if you're a fan of strategy games, you'll definitely get your slice of fun out of this. Not just Civ 5, but the franchise as a whole. It'll definitely keep you entertained for many hours. The only bad side I could find is that it can get repetitive, especially if you're playing against AI. Playing with other players and friends covers that, though. Always nice to have someone you can talk to and discuss your next moves with.

All in all, definitely a game worth purchasing. Do consider giving it a try!

91

This is how it should be done.

Dyzzles | Feb. 3, 2014 | Review of Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City

This is what I expect to receive when I purchase a DLC. EFLC provides hours upon hours of content, and even after you're done with the storylines, you'll find yourself having fun with some of the new features it adds to the original. I love how both stories collide with GTA IV's story at certain points. Adds a different kind of feel when you meet with a character that was literally you at some point. It's worth noting that EFLC doesn't depend on GTA IV, as it's standalone. Saves you plenty of money in case you played GTA IV on consoles, or you simply lost your CD. You don't have to buy it just to play these!

Do consider buying GTA - Episodes from Liberty City! It'll definitely be worth your time. :)