Total of 4 user reviews spread across 4 releases
Final Fantasy XIII-2 (Limited Collector's Edition)
An excellent improvement from Final Fantasy 13's corny story and linear trudge
Pros: Interesting storyline, Developed Villain, Addictive monster taming system, Solid male lead Cons: Mildly tedious side-quests, Mog's English voice acting, almost no original monster designs ...
The nonsensical charm can't help but withdraw a grin from it's players. It's also great at challenging spacial thinking!
Running over squishy boxes controlling other squishy blocks that function in strange ways and trying to unite with your best friend for tea is certainly worth the tiny amount requested for download on...
Diddy Kong Racing
Coins, keys, airplanes, hover vehicles, and... a rooster? Action adventure racing at it's finest.
I'm not much of a racer myself, but I wanted to test out a Mario Kart 64 look-a-like. Once I got past the comparison game between the two, I started finding strange joyous moments in Diddy Kong Racing...
Final Fantasy XIII
Graphics that make they eyes grin, battle that makes the mind evaluate, and dialogue that makes the mouth gag.
I cheerfully stepped into this Final Fantasy ready to be shown what great innovators they are when it comes to the RPG format while still holding to favorite traditions. I wasn't disappointed at first...