Reviews by kmpt


Best FM so far?

kmpt | April 10, 2011 | Review of Football Manager 2011 - PC

Football Manager 2011 provide us with new squads, better graphics and a few new or improved options, like expanded seeking for new players, new training cycle, better interaction with your players and social network integration. These options are really useful and fit well. FM 2011 is a really good game but if you already own FM 2010 think twice before buing.


Re-Volt reloaded?

kmpt | April 10, 2011 | Review of RC Cars - PC

It's a funny racing game, with a total arcade driving mode. When I launched the game for the first time I thought that it's a second part of Re-Volt. Both games give us oportunity to controll toy radio cars which compete in racing on various tracks. Racing are fine but a bit difficult. Graphic isn't good but it's understandable. I can recommend this game for everybody who is looking for an 'old school' arcade racing game.


Good addon

kmpt | April 10, 2011 | Review of Kings Bounty Armored Princess - PC

This addon provide us with many new features, skills, spells and a whole new interesting campaing with the title Princess in lead role. Addon's campaign is even better than KB: The Legend campaign but there is still no multiplayer included. I recommend this addon for everyone who enjoyed KB: The Legend.


Almost as good as Heroes III

kmpt | April 10, 2011 | Review of Kings Bounty The Legend - PC

King’s Bounty is a turn-based adventure RPG game, that reminds me the greatest turn-based adventure Heroes of Might and Magic III. Maby it's not as good as Heroes III, but it's still one of the best turn-based games that I've ever played. I must admit that 'just one more turn' syndrome is present here. The game looks really good and works perfectly on my old PC. The worst thing about this game is a lack of multiplayer. I can recommend this game for everyone who enjoys turn-based RPGs.


World of Goo

kmpt | April 10, 2011 | Review of World of Goo - PC

World of Goo is a simple and uncomplicated indie game where you have to get your goo(bers) to pipe. There are many levels with various difficulty. On each level you will meet many different varieties of goo-balls with various abilities. Graphics and music are fine, but it's not important here. The thing that counts the most is fantastic gameplay. Yeah, I know, leading your goo-balls to pipe may not sound interesting but it really is, just give it a try and you wont regret that. World of Goo is a really goo(d) game!


Avarage Action Again!

kmpt | April 7, 2011 | Review of Dark Sector - PC

Those three simple worlds describe this game perfectly. If you are looking for something new in 'action' genre you won't find it here, but the game is still playable. Storyline isn't superb (some insane man + mutation + our agent with 'super' powers), enemies aren't the clever ones (at least they know how to take cover), graphic & sound are fine but do not expect any fireworks... What I liked the most about this game is weaponry, um... maby thats bad word. There are many guns you can buy in black market but killing with traditional heaters is boring. Isn't it better to cut off your's enemy head than just shoot him in normal way? Sounds fun? With your bladed glaive you can cut off your enemy's limb, burn, freeze or paralyze him. It's really enjoyable and looks good with slow-motion... Dark Sector isn't a masterpiece but it can bring you few hours of good fun.