Reviews by EtaYorius



EtaYorius | July 16, 2014 | Review of Tomb Raider overflow 4 - PC

This is an extremely well done Reboot, never really liked the "old" Tomb Raider, but after playing this game i became a fan of Tomb Raider franchise. THE GOOD: * Beautiful Graphics * Superb Landscapes * TressFX (It`s awesome for me) * Great Story * Wonderful Animations * Great Controls * Awesome Combat Mechanics * Brutal Death Cinematics * Good Weapon Upgrades * Fun Multiplayer THE BAD: * Kinda Repetitive combat * Tombs too short * Game kinda Easy My final score for this game is 85 out of 100, a frigging MUST HAVE!


Not as bad as the big Review sites claim

EtaYorius | Oct. 25, 2013 | Review of Clive Barkers Jericho - PC

This game is not bad, don`t listen to the mainstream game critics out there.... the graphics are still good even at this point, game play is great and loved the mechanics of changing character each with their own skill to advance few puzzles, the story is quite good but the AI is rather dumb... you will spend a lot of time reviving your Bot team members and there is not much enemy variation, apart from that the game is worth buying.


Good Horror Elements here and there

EtaYorius | Oct. 25, 2013 | Review of Doom 3 Bethesda - PC

I Remember playing this game on my old Pentium 4 at 2.2 Ghz, back then Doom3 was a PC Hardware Eater... anyway i really liked this game and was waiting for the price to drop to get in on Steam. This game some nice horror scenes here and there, the ambient is dark and hellish, you will start seeing how a huge Mars base quickly fells apart to the point of feeling almost empty of human survivors, the action is great but i kinda feel enemy variation was not that great.



EtaYorius | Oct. 25, 2013 | Review of LA Noire Steam - PC

This is just one of those games that just has it all, great graphics, great acting, great animations, good controls, superb story line, wonderful late 40`s setting that will truly transport you to1947, it also has a lot of replay value just to see how characters react to different scenarios, this game by Team Bondi can only be described as a "Masterpierce".