A fantastic entry in the Halo franchise with a unique atmosphere and tone. It’s balls to the wall action from beginning to end, it was the first entry to include the excellent Firefight mode, and there’s no Flood.
Halo 2 opened a door and left us hanging at the end. I can honestly say Halo 3 gives the trilogy closure and is a fitting end. Finishing the fight is well worth it.
Ion Maiden is aiming to be an old-school shooter that runs on the Build Engine which powered games like Duke Nukem 3D, the original Shadow Warrior, and Blood.
Halo 2 improves the core gameplay mechanics found in the original and introduces several new staples to the series.
Soldier of Fortune II isn’t a realistic game, it’s not a tactical game, and I wouldn’t even say it’s a stealth game. It’s an action game and it’s a ton of fun.
Red Faction is a fun action-packed shooter with underutilized destructible environments.
Star Wars: Republic Commando is a worthy entry in the Star Wars expanded universe and one of the best games in the franchise.
Die Hard: Nakatomi Plaza is a terrible game and a terrible representation of one of the greatest movies ever made.
Take back occupied United States territory from the Nazi regime in Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus.
The Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition is a remaster of the original game, a game that includes giant dinosaur monsters, gorgeous environments, and plenty of replay value.