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Jeff Goldenberg > Games > Played
Fallout: New Vegas
"Good game, but unbelievably buggy. Weapons aren't as powerful as the same ones in Fallout 3. NPCs are more interesting and better voiced."
Alien Breed: Impact
"Wow, did this game bring back memories. This is a "re-imagined", as they say nowadays, version of what was a great Amiga game, done by the same company that originally put it out. They don't make games like this anymore. It is basically an isometric 3D shooter/rpg/adventure game which borrows liberally from many great sci-fi movies."
"Cool game. Refreshing graphic style, nice soundtrack. Good combination of platforming and puzzle solving. Later levels are somewhat tedious."
Conflict: Denied Ops
"This is a war/shooter/rpg game. You control two players at once: a sniper and a heavy gunner. The game isn't particularly better or worse than others in the genre, yet for some reason I enjoyed this game much more than any other. I typically find these games quite boring but this one kept me engaged almost to the very end. I liked the banter between the two characters and other NPCS."
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters
"Sigh. Every Tiger Woods game since 2005 has been a major let down for me. The graphics keep getting better, but the rest of the game keeps getting worse. Other than being able to play Augusta for the first time in a video game, there is nothing appealing in this game. Oh and the caddie is really annoying."
Project Gotham Racing 4
"Pretty great driving game. You can drive dozens of cars and motorcycles. Wide variety of tracks in many cities. Lots of modes. Great graphics. Kind of difficult, at least to me. Lots of replay value."
"This game is typically highly regarded but I don't understand why. There was nothing about the game I liked."
"Conceptually, this game has a lot of potential, but it fails to deliver. The story is half decent, some of the characters are interesting. Some of the action sequences and moves are fun and interesting, but then again, most of them aren't. There are a variety of different activities to do, but you have no control over when to do them. The game is completely on rails. The graphics are not great, the soundtrack while vast quickly becomes annoying. The voice acting is sub-par. With a bit more effort this game could have been quite good, but as it was delivered, it is quite lame."
"Really fun, slickly produced game. If you're not really into all the "realistic" driving games, the Burnout series is the exact opposite. You basically drive as fast as you can and destroy everything in your path. I liked the previous title, Burnout Takedown better, but this title is way better than Burnout Paradise which came after. Many different event types to keep you entertained for a long time."
BlackSite: Area 51
"It's really only worth 3.5 stars, but since GR doesn't allow half stars, I'll be generous. I was a big fan of the last Area 51 on original Xbox. This game is nowhere near as good in terms of story or voice acting, but it is still a fun, not too difficult squad-shooter."
"When I first started playing this game I liked it a lot. That didn't last. One thing's for sure, this game is pretty original. Unfortunately, it's originality doesn't necessarily make it great and actually wears thin real quick. It is a combination of Japanese RPG with some platform action sequences. It is very preachy, and somewhat frustrating. This game would be better if all the RPG elements were stripped out and just the platform sequences remained. Would make a decent Xbox Arcade game."