Average User Score: 9.0Dec 26, 2013Graphics: Best VITA graphics to date. 10.
Sound: Missing that Killzone theme that stands out, voice acting is good, gun sounds, and enemy death sounds are killzone. 9.
Gameplay: The best FPS on the handheld device, multiplayer feels like the classic Killzone it should feel like. The campaign has a new arsenal of weapons and gadgets at your disposal. Great game, never feels repetitive, this is the best it’s going to get on the VITA. 10.
Story: The story was good, it didn't really feel like it filled in a gap in the Killzone universe but it does connect to it. No amazing plot twists, although there is one in particular. You’re a mercenary set out to do missions for money, the game does have its surprises, and it’s good. 8.
Replay Value: Plenty to do here, 9 mission campaigns, never ending multiplayer, collectibles, worth it, probably the best game on VITA out now. 10.
Overall Score: 9.4 out of 10.… Expand
Average User Score: 7.4Dec 26, 2013Graphics: These are horrible graphics ported from the Wii, and they still don’t look HD. RE1 on gamecube looks better than this. Although, it is still playable and decent on the eyes. 6.
Sound: Corny voice acting, that’s not nemesis crapcom, nice knowable RE themes. Average at best. 6.
Gameplay: Rail shooter, very slow paced, fun for a while, quickly gets old. Difficulty spikes are really tough but it’s because the game expects you to play levels over and over to upgrade weapons and get higher level rankings. Some of the levels don’t even unlock unless you get an A rank on some. But these are optional missions but still play a part in the main story. I finished them off but forced myself as it felt like a chore. 6.
Story: It’s a nice piece of story although they don’t follow the actual events properly. Nemesis is trash in this game, the guy that designed him and voiced him needs to get punched in the face. The extra story’s for Vincent are nice, and never before seen, Rebecca’s scenes as well. 8.
Replay Value: Plenty to replay although it will feel like a chore. The game is about 8 hours with the optional missions it should take up to 12 hours. 8.
Overall Score: 6.8 out of 10.… Expand
Average User Score: 7.8Dec 26, 2013Graphics: Amazing, some of the best on next gen, but still not. 9.5.
Sound: Amazing soundtrack, great voice acting. 10.
Gameplay: The game mixes in elements from the old AC games but adds in a ton of “sea gameplay”. In this game you get to sail the seas as a pirate plunder ships for treature/materials, the ship gameplay has been advanced from AC3. The majority of the game takes place on the sea and the game is actually made difficult. For example you need to plunder ships to upgrade your jackdaw ship to continue on the sequences so they’re not as tough. The games multiplayer is similar to the previous games, but it is still very fun and addicting, although I felt AC3 wasn't as glitchy. The singleplayer also has issues connecting to uplay servers, making it a pain for those that want to access the in-game fleet, or those hoping to get annoying trophies like sharing is caring. Typical UBI-Glitch for ya. The game is good the features are glitchy. 9.
Story: The story is great, and the new character Edward is likeable more than Connor to most, he will feel like the character with charm, and gives the game the right balance it needed for a while. The story unfolds in a predictable way, but also this game does not feel like an AC game and could have been a standalone pirate game. The out of animus story never really progresses, leaving more cliffhangers and disappointments. Average story. 7
Replay Value: Tons of stuff no doubt. The game itself can take from 12-20 hours to complete plus there’s multiplayer, and tons of collectibles/side missions. 10.
Overall Score: 9.1 out of 10.… Expand
Average User Score: 7.3Dec 26, 2013Graphics: Somewhat lacking environments, good character models, amazing water, great lighting. 9.
Sound: Classic Uncharted themes, and professional voice actors. 10.
Gameplay: For an Uncharted game it does a good job utilizing the Vita, and adding new gameplay mechanics such as touch, and motion camera controls. The puzzles are a highlight in this Vita title. The gun-play gets boring throughout the beginning but the game picks up at the middle to end, making it an enjoyable Uncharted game (even though this isn't as great as the console titles). 9.
Story: The story is interesting in some ways but it’s not the best in the Uncharted series. Although I was surprised to see a character in the game I never expected to see. It’s also a great origins story to the Uncharted series. 9.
Replay Value: The game lasts about 8 or more hours with collectibles, the game is free for plus, and if you own a Vita I highly recommend this game. 10.
Overall Score: 9.4 out of 10.… Expand
Average User Score: 6.9Dec 26, 2013Graphics: Best graphics to date, alongside BF3. 10.
Sound: Gun sounds check, voice acting check, voice actors unchecked. Possibly the worst reaction I have seen in a game where a kid witnesses his father die (in the beginning). Just terrible, and terribly voiced. Other than that Helghast sounded great. The music/theme was excellent, definitely the great Killzone theme. 8.5.
Gameplay: Multiplayer is back! Feels much better than part 3, and on similar ground to part 2. The campaign feels more open, giving you objectives to do at your leisure. The objectives are sometimes hard to spot. There’s a whole level that’s basically a puzzle. Overall the campaign was enjoyable but the previous Killzone 3 was overall just better. 8.5.
Story: Like the gameplay the pacing is good but the overall execution isn’t as good as the previous. 8.5.
Replay Value: 8-10 hour campaign, and multiplayer that is better than Call of Duty Ghosts. I’d recommend this as an excellent launch title for your PS4. 10.
Overall Score: 9.1 out of 10.… Expand
Average User Score: 8.5Dec 26, 2013Graphics: Still hold up, but comparing graphics would best be compared to all the other HD remakes. It does look great but I have seen better HD remakes. 8.5.
Sound: Known sly character voices overs which are good, theme songs that match in with the sneaking gameplay. Nothing that really stands out though. Still great! 8.5.
Gameplay: Excellent stealth platforming, this was definitely a hit when it first hit the PS2 and it still holds up today. The sequels do a great job expanding an already expanded game. 9.
Story: It was a good story, had a great ending, some type of romance as well. 9.
Replay Value: Cheap price, worth getting, extras for collectibles, main game around 6 hours. 10.
Overall Score: 9 out of 10.… Expand
Average User Score: 7.0Dec 26, 2013Graphics: They actually look really amazing, and for the first time LBP is in 3D (game play wise). 10.
Sound: Great themes while racing, feels like a karting game. 10.
Gameplay: This is a karting game that can be compared to a Mario Kart game although there isn't’t much of a sense of speed in the karts. There are additional speed boosters while racing but the karts themselves don’t feel as great as they should. All in all it’s a great karting game on Sony’s platform, and the creation goes beyond imagination. Some of the user content is at its best with creative new ideas (like a time traveling level), and classic levels found in Mario Kart. The game’s story is short but at a perfect length for a Karting game, and it does a great job mixing things up (race, battle arena, boss fight, etc.). This game is great but it still does have its flaws. 8.
Story: Very simple, but uninteresting. 5.
Replay Value: There’s definitely a lot to do in this game, single player, multiplayer, co-op, battle challenges, it’s definitely a purchase if you know that’s the experience you want, a karting game. 10.
Overall Score: 8.6 out of 10.… Expand
Average User Score: 3.4Dec 26, 2013Graphics: The graphics are a step up from the last generation consoles, but it isn’t the best on the PS4. It is still without a doubt the best looking Call of Duty game, but compared to Battlefield 4 and Killzone Shadow Fall it still falls short to really impress. 8.5.
Sound: The soundtrack featuring Eminem is a nice addition, the gun sounds actually sound more realistic than the previous MW3 title. The voice acting is average but nothing spectacular, some of the dialog may seem kind of dull. The tactics in the voice acting (during gameplay) seems professional, its just some of the main characters that may sound corny at times. 9.
Gameplay: This is by far the best campaign I have played, not the best story experience, but indeed the best scripted events in a Call of Duty game. The levels do a great job of providing enough action, and stealth gameplay, it’s a good mix that keeps you interested in playing the campaign. The multiplayer side is Call of Duty, it seems very similar to previous titles, and only the guns feel slightly different. The game modes, new characters, and even a new extinction mode (like a zombies mode), but still its very similar to past Call of Duty titles. With that said, COD has had its formula and it is very popular which is why each year’s addition will only seem minor changes. 9.5.
Story: The story is your average die hard action game, or comparison to the movie industry, a popcorn flick. It can leave you on the edge of your seat or just in complete boredom. For me, I enjoyed it, there were corny parts but it ended on a strong note. 9.
Replay Value: Campaign seemed a little longer than the previous COD games (I play all COD’s on veteran), it was definitely easier, but also very fun. Multiplayer is still the arcady COD gameplay that can be addicting. Spec Ops doesn't’t see a return but survival (now known as squads), and a new extinction mode (which looks like the developers will be building on that, probably through DLC). I can recommend this game to any COD fan, if you know COD, you know why you’re purchasing this game, and it will be worth the experience you want. 10.
Overall Score: 9.2 out of 10.… Expand
Average User Score: 6.8Nov 19, 2013Graphics: The graphics are average, and could use improvement. 7.
Sound: Some classic Tony Hawk soundtracks along with some new ones. A lot of original songs are still missing from the classic Tony Hawk games. If you're creating an HD remake a developer needs to bring back all of the great moments not some of them. 8.
Gameplay: The game plays like the old classic Tony Hawk games (mainly the first one on PS), but some of the mechanics are broken. Such as grinding will sometimes glitch a player inside the ramp causing a bail. Other improvements in previous Tony Hawk game were not brought back to this game such as re-positioning the skater when flying off of a ramp, instead you always land on your head. Sometimes your manuals don't continuously continue causing the combo move to end, and it can be annoying when you're out of time in a session and want to continue your moves. Other than that this is still a good step forward, although only still an average one. 7.
Replay Value: Great game, cheap price, good for fans of Tony Hawk games, but to new players I cannot recommend, try before buy if possible. 7.
Overall Score: 7.3 out of 10.… Expand