Reviews by csnyman

90

Awesome as always

csnyman | Nov. 23, 2013 | Review of Grand Theft Auto IV

The GTA franchise has been a stalwart of most gamers' games collections. This should be no different for GTA IV. The open world gameplay is bolstered by amazing graphics and a compelling storyline. Run from the law, steal the best vehicles, smuggle money, perform gang-related hits and much, much more in this gripping game. A fluid multiplayer experience just adds to this masterpiece. Join your friends and wreak havoc on the city!

75

A good first attempt at changing rhythm games

csnyman | Nov. 22, 2013 | Review of Rocksmith™

Plug in your electric or bass guitar and start picking those strings. This game attempts to change the way we approach rhythm games by allowing you to play with real instruments. The RealTone cable makes installation a breeze and gets you going in no time at all. The game has a good selection of popular songs and the game dynamically adjusts the difficulty based on your accuracy. This is a very good way to learn to play guitar, but can be infuriating at times if you are a complete novice. Many DLCs have been released which contain music for various artists. All in all this is a solid game which will keep you entertained for a long time. Just keep in mind that this is not the easiest of games for beginners.

90

Fun game

csnyman | Nov. 21, 2013 | Review of Chivalry: Medieval Warfare

This game is one for the ages! Take your melee skills out to the battlefield with your friends and this game will soon have you in hysterics. The learning curve is slightly steep, but once you have mastered the built-in training program, you will be killing the foe in no time. Play as any of 4 classes on beautifully rendered maps, playing in objective-based, free-for-all or other game modes. This is an instant classic and will give you many hours of slashing action!