Here's my review for Metal Gear Solid HD Collection:
Have you played MGS2 & MGS3? If so, you're going to get the exact same experience, but in smooth 60fps and sweet succulent 1080p. Have you played Peace Walker? Now enjoy it with that second analog stick the system's so needed for so long, and with other people playing online who actually have it. Easily worth the $40 or $50 you pay for it wherever you find it, if not just for Peace Walker and its CoOp.
Here's my review for Sonic Generations:
The best five hours Sonic has provided in the last decade. Every level is brilliant, the music is phenomenal, but the game's only a little longer than say, the original Genesis/Megadrive games. Nothing about it is bad, but it's not really worth the $50 price tag on XBox and PS3. If you have a beefy PC, it's absolutely worth the $30 Steam price tag (or through Green Man Gaming, which usually has it for cheaper, and activates on Steam). It runs at full 1080p with optional 3D and depending on your computer, a full 60fps (double the PS3/360 version).
Now here's my review for Skyrim based on the couple of hours I played of it on my friend's computer:
BUY IT. BUY IT ON WHATEVER SYSTEM. FUCKING DRAGONS AND GIANTS AND HORSES THAT CAN CLIMB FUCKING ANYTHING OH MY GOD IT'S SO GOOD.
Unfortunately I haven't picked it up yet, because I bought both MGS HD and Sonic Generations, and didn't realize Skyrim was going to be as good as (if not better than) Deus Ex: Human Revolution.23:00