Robert Jenkins

"video geek #1"
Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (8 of 8)
Location: Garland, TX United States


Top Reviewer Ranking: 495,462 - Total Helpful Votes: 8 of 8
Indiana Jones And The Emperor's Tomb - PlayStation&hellip by Lucasarts
I finished playing through this game recently on my Playstation 2. As a long-time Indy fan, I must say that I was very, very pleased overall. You control the intrepid Indiana Jones as he makes his way through a variety of locales, including Ceylon, Istanbul, Prague, Hong Kong, and others. The goal of the game is to recover an ancient mystical talisman from the titular Emperor's Tomb, all the while fighting off Nazis, Chinese thugs, undead creatures, and others. Indy is present in pure form, including the fact that he occasionally loses his beloved fedora hat during a fight and must go back to retrieve it when the coast is clear. I don't know who they found to do Indy's voice acting in… Read more
Final Fantasy Origins Final Fantasy I & II Remaste&hellip by Square Enix
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I am another of those who remembers when the original Final Fantasy was released for the original NES back in 1990. I played it and thought that it was a great game, though there were a few aspects of the game mechanics that were annoying, such as the fact that you could only buy one item at a time from various shops, so if you wanted to buy, for example, 99 potions, you had to sit there and buy them one at a time. This has been fixed now to where you can specify the number of items you wish to purchase, so only one transaction is necessary. Other enhancements to the game include a bestiary, item list, an improved world map, an artwork gallery, and much improved graphics and music, with… Read more
Contraband Best Of ~ Men at Work
Contraband Best Of ~ Men at Work
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Ah, Men at Work. I remember these guys from the early 1980s. Business As Usual and Cargo were two of the first rock albums I ever bought (I guess that dates me some a bit, eh?) and I played them until my record player finally give up the ghost years later. I was very gratified to find this collection so I could experience them again on the CD player.
This album contains 6 songs from Business as Usual (including a live versionof I Like To), 5 songs from Cargo, and 5 songs from the relatively obscure final album, Two Hearts. I remember when Two Hearts came out. I saw it once in a record store but didn't purchase it right away. The next time I came back, it was gone. I never had… Read more