Rocket Chainsaw Outlet Image

Rocket Chainsaw

Homepage
255 games reviewed
73.3 average score
80 median score
51.4% of games recommended
Sort by: Page 1 of 26

Ultimately though, Super Mario Maker will live or die on content sharing and Nintendo's long term support. And that's not a criticism or a compliment, it's just an observation of how this investment will be valued.

Read full review

Oct 25, 2015

Halo 5 Guardians is a fantastic game brimming with content, though some parts feel better than others. The story fails to live up to the franchise's standards, due to an underdeveloped narrative, samey level design and an unnecessary focus on Locke.

Read full review

Nov 9, 2015

Fallout 4 is full of these moments, enough to last a very long time, and if you can ignore the bugs and get into the story, you may find yourself addicted all over again.

Read full review

Nov 16, 2015

I spent a lot of time wondering exactly who Need For Speed was aimed at.

Read full review

Nov 20, 2015

As part of a larger whole, the Wild Run content helps to make The Crew into the more complete experience it should have been, but by itself as DLC the price will likely be too high for all but the most devoted Crew fans.

Read full review

Nov 30, 2015

Q) On a scale of 1-10, how good at kissing is Rico? A) He macks on with a cow, which seemed fairly apathetic towards his advances, so we're going with a 5/10. Work needed.

Read full review

I'm no expert on Naruto, but even I became a fan after playing through Ultimate Ninja Storm 4. There's so much effort put into the presentation alone that it's hard not to be engaged, and the gameplay (while simple) allows you to play across a massive roster of characters for some really cool looking and feeling battles.

Read full review

If you bought ETS2 as a bit of a lark, like I did, and were thoroughly sucked in by it, as I was, then you should absolutely get American Truck Simulator.

Read full review

Feb 16, 2016

On the surface, Unravel appears to be a simple puzzle-platform game that offers a moderate challenge, but has little in the way of impediments to progression. Scratch a little deeper, however, and it becomes clear that communicating the sense of place and atmosphere, as well as telling what is a very touching story is really the goal here.

Read full review

Feb 19, 2016

Ultimately, Project X Zone 2 boils down to a healthy heaping of fan service for weebs, or anyone who's familiar with the franchises included. While the story can be slow and plodding, it also has some decent gags and a lot of self-awareness that helps drive each crossover encounter.

Read full review

Sort by: Page 1 of 26