Reviews by toolz
Mostly cosmetictoolz | Feb. 4, 2013 | Review of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Hearthfire (EU)
This DLC is mostly cosmetic and doesn't bring anyhing new when it comes to story or quests. Pretty good for those who are aware of what they are buying and/or just interested in cosmetic improvments. For the price is pretty much what you would expect. It's nice to have but nothing that's a must and it's nothing that you would miss out on.
Must have DLC though a bit high pricedtoolz | Sept. 3, 2012 | Review of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Dawnguard (EU)
After playing Skyrim for so long I was waiting for some new content (not counting all the mods). The Dawnguard DLC adds some fun new features to the game. New quest, items, spells and abilities. For Skyrim lovers it's a must have. For "regular" Skyrim players it still could have been a must have if not for the current price. Wait for a price drop and I would recommend this DLC for anyone who owns Skyrim.
Good not Greattoolz | July 16, 2012 | Review of The Lord of the Rings: War in the North
Personally i loved the game because it's set in the LOTR universe. From a gamer view it was fun but a bit repetitive after a while. It was at it's best in co-op playing with friends. For current price it's a great game and for any LOTR fan it's pretty much a must buy.
Modern shooter as it should betoolz | Nov. 13, 2011 | Review of Battlefield 3
Great series, great graphics and great gameplay. Multiplayer is where the game shines. Tons of unlockables, tons of vehicles and up to 64 player matches makes for constant action. Teamwork has never been this rewarding and the Frostbite 2 engine provides with a immersive experience. Upon the realistic graphics the clear and deep sound provides a realistic feeling to the battelfield. As long as your pc can handle the game you will enjoy every second of it.
Decent but could be Greattoolz | Nov. 13, 2011 | Review of Stronghold 3 Gold
Good game but a bit buggy and it falls short on some promises. On the bright sight the game is beeing constantly patched and fixed so it gets better with time. Promises as well as ideas and tips from community are beeing brought to the game. With that in mind the game is getting better with time and could potentially become great.
A Titan amongst RPG and open world gamestoolz | Nov. 13, 2011 | Review of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (EU)
As always, Bethesda delivers a great game. Lost of things do and explore. Play for days without touching the main quests. The huge breathing and living world makes you always want explore more before finishing playing for the day. But as previous games bugs appear and some stability issues accour. Though it's nothing that will destroy the gameplay it's something that you will notice. Surley a patch will come out soon that fixes these issues and thanks to the fact the game is mod friendly many, many, many mod's will come out in the future making the replay value almost infinite.