Naomi Brown

Reviews By Naomi Brown

The Sims 3: World Adventures Review (PC)

By Naomi Brown () - 7.0 out of 10

World Adventures is the first expansion for The Sims 3, offering an experience which was initially compared to the previous two vacation expansion packs. However, World Adventures has little in common with either of them and is more a puzzle adventure game embedded within the Sims 3. Read More.

The Lord of the Rings: War in the North Review (X360)

By Naomi Brown () - 6.5 out of 10

War in the North is a new take on the familiar Tolkien environment, with a group of characters travelling Middle Earth during the same period as the famous Fellowship of the Ring. They don't follow the main story of Lord of the Rings, instead, having their own parallel storyline that they progress along. Read More.

The Sims 3: Ambitions Review (PC)

By Naomi Brown () - 9.0 out of 10

As the second expansion for the Sims 3, Ambitions packs quite a punch, adding in oodles of content for the Sims player. Finally, the Sims can be followed not only at home, but at work. With the addition of Ambitions to the base game, Sims players have a fully immersive, interactive experience for their little creations, being able to control every single aspect of their lives from when they wake, to when they go to sleep at night. Read More.

The Sims 3 Review (PC)

By Naomi Brown () - 8.0 out of 10

The Sims games have been some of the most popular and heavily played, customized and modded games out there, drawing millions of fans from all over and creating a huge community of players. I remember playing The Sims when it first came out and loosing track of time, having to be told by friends that it was almost 2 AM in the morning. Read More.

Tropico 4 Review (PC)

By Naomi Brown () - 9.0 out of 10

It seems hard to believe that the Tropico franchise is still going strong. After all, how many uninhabited islands are there in the Caribbean just waiting for a maniacal dictator to take them over? Brief pause for Google search....ok, there are thousands. Which means thousands of little El Presidente's can start moving in and harassing their subjects, forcing them to toil for the benefit of their Swiss bank account. Read More.

From Dust Review (X360)

By Naomi Brown () - 8.0 out of 10

From Dust is a real time strategy "god" based game from Ubisoft which features a fictional tribe struggling to survive in the harsh world they live in. The player controls the Breath, a manifestation of the world's energy that is able to manipulate the environment to assist the tribe in their struggle. Read More.

Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team Review (X360)

By Naomi Brown () - 5.0 out of 10

I'm not honestly sure where to begin complaining so I'll just start in the beginning. Warhammer 40k: Kill Team is a twin stick shooter arcade game that's designed for players to run around and kill stuff. That's it. Murder orcs, butcher some Tyranids, unlock upgrades and that's it. Read More.

The First Templar Review (X360)

By Naomi Brown () - 7.5 out of 10

The First Templar is the story of Celian d'Arestide, a French Templar living through the time of the Crusades. He is a noble man, seeking to live up to the highest of standards; helping the innocent, being chivalrous and attempting to advance the Templar Order. Read More.

Dungeon Siege III Review (X360)

By Naomi Brown () - 6.5 out of 10

Dungeon Siege III takes players back to the legendary land of Ehb, where the fierce 10th Legion protects the citizenry and provides justice, peace and prosperity. But that peace is ruined when Jeyne Kassynder decides to revolt against the Legion, hunting its members down and killing them. Read More.

LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean Review (X360)

By Naomi Brown () - 8.5 out of 10

So for those who have no idea how awesome pirates are (I'm looking at all you ninja fans), being a pirate is awesome because you don't have to shower, ever, and you get to spend your time getting into awesome sword duels and gathering up treasure to hoard. Lego: Pirates of the Caribbean seeks to bring the awesomeness of pirate existence to gamers everywhere by using the Pirates of the Caribbean movies as a backdrop. Read More.

Dungeons Review (PC)

By Naomi Brown () - 6.0 out of 10

When I heard the premise for the game Dungeons, I was really excited. Playing a Dungeon Master who designs dungeons specifically with the goal of luring in heroes before gleefully and maliciously murdering them for your own gain is an awesome concept. It's great to be running the show! Read More.

Pokemon Ranger: Guardian Signs Review (DS)

By Naomi Brown () - 7.4 out of 10

Pokemon Rangers: Guardian Signs is the third in the Pokemon Rangers installation. It's all about the Pokemon Rangers; a group of individuals whose sole duty is to make sure that relations between Pokemon and humans are going well and that Pokemon aren't being mistreated. Read More.

You Don't Know Jack Review (PS3)

By Naomi Brown () - 9.5 out of 10

You Don't Know Jack (YDKJ) is the remake and re-introduction of the computer trivia game that even spawned a short lived television series with Pee Wee Herman as host. Because it's a game that's based on modern trivia and other little known facts, it's easily updated and made interesting and exciting for any new decade. Read More.

Sherlock Holmes vs. Jack the Ripper Review (X360)

By Naomi Brown () - 3.5 out of 10

I was very excited to play Sherlock Holmes vs. Jack the Ripper when I first heard about it. Point and click style adventure games are right up my alley. I love playing those types of games and don't get to play too many of them anymore unless I go into my old collection of PC games. Read More.

Fable III Review (X360)

By Naomi Brown () - 8.5 out of 10

And so our review begins, bringing us back to the world of Albion in Fable III, the latest in the engaging roleplaying game series from Lionhead Studios. For players who've been to Albion in Fable and Fable II, this installment offers a new and interesting twist on the game world experience. Read More.