Adam Lea

Helpful votes received on reviews: 61% (339 of 552)
Location: Gloucester, UK
Birthday: 12 May


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Alpha Protocol by Sega
Alpha Protocol by Sega
8 of 16 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Very Poor!, 30 May 2010
Alpha Protocol was originally slated for a release in 2009. So, it was delayed...and delayed...and delayed. Generally this means that the developers are doing everything in their power to ensure that game is quite simply 'amazing'. This is not the case with Alpha Protocol.The game revolves around tracking down a guided missile system that brought down a passenger plane in the opening cinematic of the game. You of course play the role of the agent sent to find it.
The game has already become reputable, even before launch, for its huge level of customisation. You can change virtually everything about your weapons...add silencers, scopes, butts, larger clips/mags...the list goes on. There… Read more
Batman: Arkham Asylum (PS3) by Eidos Interactive
Batman: Arkham Asylum (PS3) by Eidos Interactive
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Outstanding, 24 Dec 2009
With Christian Bale forcing hordes of men to the gym to try and pump up and whooooing even larger hordes of women after his now two appearances as the Dark Knight, how does he fair as a pixelated video game character?
The story of arkham asylum is set, unsurprisingly in Arkham Asylum; not the wide expanse that is Gotham City. This may seem like quite a closed and uninteresting environment to some, but it was an excellent move. Rocksteady have never really delved into the world of open sandbox games (like GTA etc...) As a result they chose to stick with what they know best and did a fine job. The story focuses on Joker primarily, but has a few other characters involved as well which all… Read more
Terminator: Salvation (PS3) by Warner Bros. Interactive
Terminator: Salvation (PS3) by Warner Bros. Interactive
25 of 30 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Horrendous!!, 30 May 2009
As is normally the way with video games taken from their movie counterparts, they are generally rushed into production and frankly very poor. Simply created to make a quick buck from the movies release.
Upon starting Terminator: Salvation things look good. The menu screens are nice and shiny with pictures of the Terminator assembly line and those glowing red eyes that are so infamous now.
Then you start the game, which is where it all goes wrong. The game itself feels incredibly rushed, which it is, it had to meet the release date of the film which of course couldn't be altered. The game play is very much of the 'open sandbox' variety (GTA etc...) whereby you control your… Read more

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