So far, I've finished only three. Here I sorte them by quality, in ascending order.
Red Alert 3
Really, what was that? Ok, I know the time travel is bizarre and stuff. But RA1 was pretty serious, RA2 was a nice parody: of American overesteemed patriotism, their supposed patheticism, politicians doing nothing besides talking nice and looking good. Of Soviets blinded by their ideology, going with force rather than careful planning etc... I'm sure those are clear to everyone who played it. But RA3 just crosses the line of bizarrity. Everyone is overacting. In the end it gives the effect of some large-scale war comedy, which is certainly NOT in the spirit of series. More like (duh!) Yuri's Revenge, with Hollywood's actors spearheading GI assault...
Spider-Man: Web of Shadows
Being a fan of Marvel comic books in the past, I gave it a try. Gameplay is impressive, combos on both horizontal and vertical surfaces are looking great and are a pleasure to use against enemies. Nothing remarkable around the storyline, which got more duller as closing to an end.
Now, this was a killer. I couldn't even dream of playing it on my comp back in 2005. Shame, since the game is truly wonderful. The scenes are getting a little bit boring towards the end, but climax is still there. It gave me creeps in every violent accord, every light shaking, every noise comming through comm. I feared it and enjoyed a lot at the same time. Storyline, albeit late in the game i could pretty much anticipate what'll happen next, still were making sense and was interesting to keep track of it. Above it all, I can really see an idea behind F.E.A.R. People at Monolith knew what they wanted to do and they did it. I got no feeling of playing game made for an order, by people who don't really care about it and just want to get their salary. Now I am waiting for ordered Project Origin...