Video Game Reviews

Although I enjoy video games, I wouldn't consider myself a hardcore gamer. I view video games as a form of art and entertainment, not as a way of life. In general, I don't like first person shooters, racing games, sports games, or RPGs, and I won't play anything that doesn't yield satisfactory results in less than an hour or two. I mean, what's the point if it isn't fun? Having said that, these reviews are written from the viewpoint of a casual old school gamer with average motor skills and a cinematic eye. This list is far from comprehensive and only features games that I have an opinion on. It's also heavily weighted towards my preference for female action games.

Rating System: These are based on a combination of gameplay, difficulty, storytelling, performance, design, art direction, execution, technical achievement, emotional impact, and my overall enjoyment. In other words, they're highly subjective.

**** Excellent - An exceptional gaming experience in all regards
*** Good - A pleasant and entertaining gaming experience, marred only by occasional technical, artistic, or design flaws.
** Mediocre - An unremarkable or flawed game that has limited entertainment value
* Poor - A waste of time with no redeeming value

Recent reviews:
Dead Or Alive 5: Ultimate (Xbox 360)
Remember Me (Xbox 360)
Lego Marvel Super Heroes (Xbox 360)
Girl Fight (Xbox 360)
Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams (Xbox 360)
Lego: The Lord Of The Rings (Xbox 360)
Dead Or Alive 5 (Xbox 360)
Venetica (Xbox 360)
Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes (Xbox 360)
Lollipop Chainsaw (Xbox 360)


All Reviews Amiga Genesis/Sega CD Super Nintendo Saturn PlayStation
Dreamcast PlayStation 2 Xbox GameCube Xbox 360 PC


Dead Or Alive
"Dead Or Alive" Costumes
Dead Or Alive 2
"Dead Or Alive 2" Comparisons

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