Conclusion: I'm very disheartened with EA's latest Need for Speed release Carbon. I bought this game thinking that maybe they'd moved on from appealing to the minority of hip-hop culture kids who wear their hats backwards (like they appealed to with the NFS Underground series).
Conclusion: I was expecting better things from this installment but I have to say i'm disappointed : ( 'Most wanted' always felt like you had a fifth wheel tucked underneath the car and you never really felt like you were in touch with tarmac, this unfortunately is the same.
Conclusion: Hmm...Another Need For Speed, what? Isnt this like the 10th one in the last 2 years? Should'nt my "Need For Speed" have been met by now? I finally believe that this installment has finally meshed together all the great elements of the last 5 N.F.S' (i.e.
Conclusion: This game is definetly too short for price, so when it comes down to ten dollars, it might be worth it. But one issue with the games is the abilities of all the characters is too identical.
Conclusion: Ridge Racer 6 is the best arcade racing game I’ve ever played. It’s very accessible and easy to learn, and once you figure out how to drive in the game, finding out the nuances of the gameplay (the little details that will determine whether or not you will win or lose) is actually quite a challenge.
Conclusion: Let me start with, this was not worth the fifty dollars I payed for it. For fifty dollars I shouldn't have been able to beat the game in three and a half hours. Only having to restart one level. Sure it is good as a hack and slash game, but that was ALL it was.
Excerpt: This is a role playing game and a very mediocre one at that which as far as I’m concerned is not worth purchasing but could be considered as a rental option. You get to choose which of the four characters you want to play, either the Warrior, elf, wizard or valkyrie but the problem is that although...