Reviews by literalage
Head over heals in content.literalage | May 28, 2013 | Review of Battlefield 3 Premium Service (NA)
TONS OF EXPANSIONS. Multiplayer stuff galore. Can be overwhelming to just dive in this way but its not the real game unless you have all the maps and all the exclusives this pack provides. Take on of the most impressive mainstream war games, add everything you can. Join Now and get the most of this fantastic game, before BATTLEFIELD 4 drops in and steals the player base. Amazing for fans of military shooters, esspesially since the price dropped.
The Ultimate Sci-Fi Videogameliteralage | May 28, 2013 | Review of Mass Effect Trilogy (NA)
Though there is a lot of negative talk about the mass effect trilogy conclusion, and some may find the first game not as engaging game play wise as its sequels, its worth playing these games as a whole. Nothing else stands up to the Mass Effect Universe in the world of games. Fantastic depth to loose yourself in the lore of this fictional setting. well written for the most part with some of the greatest characters in any RPG, this trilogy While not complete, is the easiest way to dive into what deserves to be known as video games first, TRUE science fiction epic, at least when compared to the sci-fi movie epics.
Perfect for fans of fantasy, lego, movies or just fun gamesliteralage | May 28, 2013 | Review of LEGO Lord of the Rings (NA)
One does simply walk into Mordor, unless you own LEGO LOTR! Buy now and experience one of the greatest fantasy worlds, as it has never been presented before. Definitely the best Lego game available, jam packed with stuff to do and the ability to explore it with a friend! Simple yet fun game play, great design, an open world of middle earth, filled with levels, secrets at every turn and recreations of the LOTR movie experience with a lego twist. Here is hoping for the Hobbit version in 3 years!
The Perfect Companion Piece.literalage | May 28, 2013 | Review of Borderlands 2 Season Pass (NA)
If your a fan of the excellent Borderlands 2 or even just finished Borderlands 1 and are looking at the sequel, You have got to grab this DLC. More than doubling the amount of content in the original game, this will add 5 (only 4 released as of writing) more expansive zones to the main world, add 1 whole additional difficulty to the game (Its not like it was missing, the first game didn't have it at all) and raise the level cap by 10. Each of these zones is filled with new missions, new vehicles, new characters, returning characters, new vendors, new jokes and Repeatable challenges. Easily worth the cost! A must for all BL2 owners! Fantastic.
Not a usual genre for PC, Good for fans of JRPGs.literalage | May 28, 2013 | Review of The Last Remnant
This game preforms much better than its Xbox counterpart, and has had much needed patching. Had some issues with the port anyways, as i found it liked to crash and close without rhyme or reason. At its heart it is a fairly straight forward Japanese styled RPG, weird characters, cool Design elements and wonky reasoning all included. If your a fan of the genre your bound to find something you will like. Battles can be a little weirder to learn than your average JRPG styles. All in all, better than I had expected but not good enough to hold me to the end, but that said, doesn't mean I am not interested in finishing it.
Neat but mostly pointlessliteralage | May 28, 2013 | Review of Borderlands 2: Creature Slaughter Dome
I heard this was a pre-order bonus on some platforms, in the end it feels a little lacking. It's an arena battle where you fight against the critters gathered from across Pandora. Lots of skags, bullymongs and threshers. Played through it twice, both times with little to no challenge, the end reward for completion was okay, could be good for players who just need one more thing to do in the already fantastic borderlands 2.
Creative yet simple game, Perfect for young children.literalage | May 25, 2013 | Review of Scribblenauts Unlimited (NA)
A game that begs to be explored but may not move at a brisk enough speed or have enough action to hold the attention of most game enthusiasts but has the potential to touch the hearts of people of a younger and simpler nature. A fun game, filled with great ideas yet that perfect game play hook is missing. Older gamers may find the game play lacking, but its perfect if you wanna play something with your kids. Again you may find yourself struggling to finish it.