fps

Review: Daikatana

Years ago when I reviewed a number of PC games from the late 90’s and early 2000’s, there was one game on the list that I desperately wanted to talk about, Daikatana. There was just...

Review: SiN

This is a review I’ve been wanting to write for quite some time. Years ago, when I played through my initial round of late-90’s PC games, I reviewed a number of classic FPS titles. One...

Review: Wolfenstein – The Old Blood

Deviating from my Final Fantasy playthrough for a moment, I wanted to share my review of the newest Wolfenstein title: The Old Blood. This game is a direct prequel to The New Order; using the...

Review: Quake III Arena

Right on the heels of my Unreal Tournament review, comes my thoughts on its main competitor; Quake III Arena. Both of these titles are similar in terms of gameplay and they were released only days...

Review: Unreal Tournament

Continuing my dig thru the archives brings me to the ever popular Unreal Tournament. This game is not a direct sequel to the original Unreal, instead it is designed solely around the concept of a multiplayer arena. The nasty...

Review: Heretic II

The Christmas cyclone has finally settled, so I’m going to take a moment to post another review. This time, for the often forgotten game, Heretic II. I actually played through this game earlier in the...

Review: Unreal (Gold Edition)

  This is a review I’ve been looking forward to. Since I started going through my PC collection, I’ve been eagerly waiting to discuss Unreal. Well, I’ve finally reached that point on my “to play”...

Review: Quake II

Next up in the Oldschool File is another FPS classic: Quake II. After Quake took the Internet by storm, id Software was quick to develop a proper sequel. Quake II takes most of what was...

Review: Hexen II

The next stop on the nostalgia train brings us to another game designed using the Quake engine and the third installment in the Heretic/Hexen series; Hexen II. As I mentioned, Hexen II was designed using...

Review: Quake

A review of Quake. Where does one even begin? Quake is such an iconic title, no review I could ever give will truly do it justice. So I’m going to focus mainly on my feelings...