Reviews by Evilshallwin
Great, but a bit overpricedEvilshallwin | Aug. 11, 2012 | Review of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Dawnguard (NA)
This expansion adds some content, but overall, it only lasts about 10-20 hours if you do everything possible. This pack only really brought a few new locations (which was the main anticipation of buyers) and an Oblivion expansion that brought more than this was priced at $10.
This expansion does not bring enough for the price, but if you're a diehard Skyrim fan, I urge you to buy it. It's a fun addition to your game.
Hoo boy... This game is HARD.Evilshallwin | Aug. 11, 2012 | Review of Super Meat Boy
If you like platforming and challenges, you'd probably like this game.
If you don't, you'd still probably like this game. That's how addicting it is. You have to be focused both mentally and physically to play this game. Most of the time, you'll only have a small window to react to something, and it just keeps pulling you in to try again and again.
If you get this game, I can bet you that you'll get a little mad at some parts, but overall, it is one of the most fun games I have ever played.
Great, open world, coop supportEvilshallwin | Aug. 11, 2012 | Review of Borderlands Game of the Year Edition dns
This game is amazingly fun. Whether you're a forever alone type of guy or a guy with a lot of friends, this game is for you.
This game is made so that you can use your singleplayer character in coop mode with any of your friends or random strangers and then go back to singleplayer.
Loot is very interesting in this game. They use a randomizer system to decide many things, such as the parts in the loot, the value of the loot, the rarity, the abilities of the loot, and the elemental capacity of the loot.
All in all, this game, along with DLC, would probably bring you 100 hours if you just wanted to play through the story, but if you do everything there is (sidequests, achievements, etc), you can expect to get well over 200 hours clocked into this game.
Decent Idea, modeled after Portal/2Evilshallwin | July 13, 2012 | Review of Quantum Conundrum
Once you start playing the game, you can really see it is modeled after Portal and Portal 2, in terms of puzzles.
The game itself is not bad, and the way they used the idea of dimensional shifting in their puzzles is good. The problem is that some of the puzzles seem poorly done and a bit clunky in terms of delivery. What I did not like about some of these puzzles was the clunky and/or hard platforming in some of them.
Overall, I'd say this game is decent, and if you liked Portal/2, you'd probably want to give this game a shot. I enjoyed my first few hours playing this game.