Total of 25 user reviews spread across 25 releases
Where to begin? Guardian Heroes was a revelation for it's time in side scrolling.
*my review from gamefaqs* Where to begin? Guardian Heroes was a revelation for it's time in side scrolling. Although not boasting any true NEW technology it took all the good things about a side sc...
The Adventures of Alundra
This game was such a genuine challenge, i found myself gleaming with pride whenever i progressed
Not to say that the game was the most insanely difficult game I ever played, but the game had its fair share of challenges, and I found myself consistently compelled to tackle them and progress the ga...
FPS's were fun before Half Life, but it changed the face of them permanently thereafter
There were legendary FPS titles before Half Life. Games like Doom, Wolfenstein and Duke Nukem 3D ruled the day, but then this bad boy came along. Half Life was new, it didn’t use pixels, but rather...
Seiken Densetsu 2
One of the many Squaresoft classics from the golden era of 2D gaming, this game really shines
What an excellent treasure amongst its own series this game was. It had its predecessor released on the GB in the form of FF adventures, and the highly lauded title this one was never released statesi...
Final Fantasy IV Easytype
For many people THIS game was their first FF expereince of all time, and it was a great game to start the series on
even in light of a new release on the GBA this game still holds its charm. with the only possibility being the 1st Final Fantasy on SNES, this was the one alot of american truly began their FF jour...
X-COM: UFO Defense
This game had me occupied for such long stretched, it became an unhealthy addiction
For its time this game was awe inspiring. It's one of those games where you'd just sit and tinker around with the fate of the world, and as you did the sun would set at a rapid pace and you'd realize ...
Could Blizzard do it? Could they outdo there old Diablo with a sequel that they had been working on for so long?
Well here it is, Diablo II, Blizzard had a lot riding on this game, and people were expecting a lot from it. Overall I say Blizzard delivered. They brought more of the same where people generally w...
This is where it started for the big red guy, and although alot has happened since then, this game is strong
Of course due to a completely overlapping updated sequel it's hard to keep this review in the modern context so I’ll do my best to go retro with this. Diablo was the type of game that, despite even...
Chrono Cross (PSOne Books)
The Sequel to the fabled Chrono Trigger, who's plot and sequel relation is wrapped in some serious enigma
I have a lot of trouble with this game. Some days I wonder why it got a 10 in the GS review, or I find I need to re-read exactly what the heck had happened, and other days I lucidly gush over the game...
Starcraft: Brood War
starcraft gets a shot in the arm, not necesarily by a full blown sequel, but by an expansion pack
This was pretty hefty for an expansion pack, with a significant amount of story as well as unit additions, making it feel closer to a sequel than an expansion. It definitely is a solid continuance ...
One of the Lucas Arts adventure game classics that we sadly do not see from them anymore
This was the first of these types of games I had played and what a way to start! Being introduced to one of the best in the genre probably spoiled me though. The voice cast was top notch, not forge...
A refreshing and unique direction for a game to be taken
I really like when someone not only makes a well controlled, fun to play game, but also takes it in a fresh and unique direction. After al, these days when some 3d games are harder than others to revi...
Illusion of Gaia
A very intruiging title, that really moved me in more ways than i ever expected it would
I can never be quite sure what originally brought me to playing this game. It probably was due to the close relationship Squaresoft and Enix had at the time, which naturally made me keen on Enix title...
I beleive this game continues to hold the top stop for RTS superiority even to this day.
First of all, I give much due respect to Blizzards other more senior RTS series, Warcraft, but after all, Starcraft was the last rendition of the traditional style RTS from blizzard before they went f...
Azel: Panzer Dragoon RPG
This game took it to the limit for its time, but is not always remembered for its greatness as much as it should be
I'll be the first to admit that at times even i forget about this game. At the time i remember thinking how perfect and moving it was, but it really did fade away......of course part of this is due to...
Final Fantasy VI
It is the ultimate culmination of the series for the 2d medium, and even today represent the series peak because of it
This game is where the it all flows to. The culmination of steadily improving titles leading to the the finality that was this title. Although some remakes and spinoffs came later, FF3 (or 6 offici...
Akumajou Dracula X: Gekka no Yasoukyoku (PSOne Books)
The 2d heydey of the SNES may have ended, but that didnt stop Konami from pumping out the best 2d Castlevania ever
I dont know why this concept wasnt so obvious from the getgo, but systems after the SNES could make excellent 2d games that often could outdo their predecesors if done right, and in this case it was. ...
In the SNES golden era of gaming Squaresoft was dominant, and this was one of it's ilk
Chrono Trigger is a special game from a special time in gaming, the game was very solid for its time, but also remains a great title to revisit to this day. The graphics have a unique and un-blemis...
Zelda no Densetsu: Kamigami no Triforce
The last and ultimate iteration of the 2d Zelda style
Zelda got a proverbial rebirth in many ways when Ocarina of Time came out. For it's immediate time Ocarina managed to be revolutionary, but 3d gaming, especially first generation, stales rather fast, ...
Metal Gear Solid (Premium Package)
Still what is currently though of as Metal Gear Solids ressurection, and in this reviewers opion, it's current peak
How could i not take the oppurtunity to use "Solid" to classify this game :) This game came out at a powerful time, the PSX was gaining power from rising quality in their games and for many, this w...
Final Fantasy Tactics (PSOne Books)
Debatedly, Final Fantasy Tactics currently represnets the current set peak for the genre.
This game definetly fooled me in a way i never thought it would. You could say it spoiled me. After i played this game i thought i was very much into this type of genre, only to find after that it was...
Part of Working Designs' "we go to 11!" series of hot titles, Dragon Force does not dissapoint.
Dragon Force was one of he games that once you started playing, you found that time passed 4 times the rate at which you noticed. You start playing in the afternoon and before you know it, it's in the...
original games like this come one in a blue moon, and as such they should be savored, since sequels dont always come
Like many i did not come upon this game right away. It took a high praise from the Penny Arcade crew to get me to try it (and even at that point it was already getting hard to find). as an avid fan...
Elemental Gearbolt was a brilliant, yet somewhat overlooked game.
Elemental Gearbolt was a brilliant, yet somewhat overlooked game. I say this partially because of Working Designs pension for making low copies, and advertising even less, some brilliant titles such a...
Tales of Destiny (Playstation the Best)
this game is pretty good, but whatever one may think, the original review for this game was FAR too harsh.
I can never quite recall why i bought this game originally, perhaps it was hyped properly or somesuch, but it ended up being quite an enjoyable venture. the battle system was interesting to say the...