Total of 25 user reviews spread across 25 releases
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers
Many people complain that this game is not a standard RPG. This is a review of what the game is, not what it isn't.
Simply put, The Crystal Bearers is a solid experience. The game follows Layle, a mercenary with unique power over gravity, as he tracks down a renegade from a lost civilization and ultimately unea...
Chotto Panel de Pon
Planet Puzzle League Express does a decent job retaining some of the features that made the original game a cIassic.
What's good: Same great taste, now 60% less filling!; gameplay, sound, and visuals are all still great, but there's much less of each. What's not so good: Missing a ton of what made the original ga...
Little King's Story feels much like a classical storybook in its quality and timelessness.
What's Good: Seemingly-endless list of sidequests; wonderfully wacky characters; challenging from start to finish; varied boss fights; plenty to do and see in a large world. What's Bad: A few con...
Control issues hamper an otherwise fantastic experience.
What's Good: Dynamic soundtrack changes depending on how you play; lots of colors and fun atmosphere; it's just plain fun to paint the world What's Bad: Jumping is inconsistent due to reliance on m...
Gensou Suikoden Tierkreis
Suikoden Tierkreis is one of the DS's finest role-playing games.
What's Good: Massive scope with countless things to do and see; surprisingly engaging storyline; it's pretty What's Bad: Easy to get lost; disappointing finale; easy to miss out on quite a few char...
Utsusu Made in Wario
At its best, Snapped can be loads of fun, but wrestling with the controls might make you snap.
What's Good: -It's fun when it works As simple as Snapped's gameplay is, there's no denying that its legitimately fun. Shaking your head and waving your arms wildly actually ends up being surprisi...
MadWorld is a brutal action game that will satisfy most gamers. Just make sure you rent it.
What's Good: - It's fun. MadWorld is a game unlike any other on the Wii. It's a brutal beat-'em-up that encourages you to be as violent as possible. The game is divided into several stages in whi...
Subarashiki Kono Sekai: It's a Wonderful World
TWEWY is one of the most compelling games the DS has to offer.
What's Good: 1. The story/writing Ordinarily, plots are not that important in games; they usually just serve to enhance the overall experience. TWEWY's plot, however, is completely engrossing; it ...
World of Goo
World of Goo is the best Wiiware game thus far, and one of the best games of this generation; perhaps even of all time.
Story/Premise World of Goo's story definitely plays second fiddle to its gameplay, but that doesn't mean it's bad. However, it is relatively simple, but with a message. World of Goo's plot follows a ...
Kirby Super Star Ultra
Kirby Super Star Ultra is a remake of the SNES cIassic with updated visuals and a few extra modes.
Super Star Ultra retains all of the cIassic Kirby gameplay and styIe you expect from the series, but presents in in various bite-sized mini-adventures. Each mode has its own plotline, but all of them ...
Control issues prevent Spore Origins from being a great title.
For this review, I played Spore: Origins on the 4th generation iPod Nano. Pros: great for pick-up-and-play sessions; tons of customization options for your spore; fairly immersive Cons: finicky ...
I laughed, I screamed! N+ is the game you'll love just as much as you hate it.
N+ began as a simple flash game called N. After becoming immensely popular, N was expanded upon for the XBLA game appropriately titled N+. A few months later, and the DS and PSP iterations have releas...
Metroid: Zero Mission
Metroid Zero Mission is a remake of the original Metroid game on the NES, and it still holds up to today's standards.
Just to let the readers know, Metroid Zero Mission was my first Metroid game ever. It's the perfect game for beginners, considering it's a remake of the original Metroid on the NES. Despite being a r...
Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga
Mario and Luigi is one of the best handheld-RPGs to date.
I have to say, this is, in my opinion the greatest GBA game out there. The story is fun and hilarious, the graphics and sound are charming, and the battle system is nearly flawless. The battle system ...
Seiken Densetsu DS: Children of Mana
Children of Mana is a good, but not great dungeon-crawler.
The Good: great soundtrack; dual-wielding weapons adds some variety; nice 2D visuals The Bad: even with dual-wielding and gem customization, the game has very little depth; enemies like to overwhel...
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates
Ring of Fates is a fun, but often frustrating experience.
Note: For this review, I do not mention the multiplayer, as I have not had any experience with it. The Good: Outstanding visuals; varied gameplay; decent length; interesting plot The Bad: occasi...
Summon Night Twin Age: Seireitachi no Kyoumei
Summon Night: Twin Age is an exciting dungeon-crawler that should keep you hooked right to the end, and then some.
Pros: Tons of depth and customization; lengthy single player with bonus content after completion, and 2 different play-through options; generally smart partner AI; simple plot still manages to keep yo...
Tincle no Balloon Fight
Tingle's Balloon Fight is a great collector's item that doesn't add anything to the game it's based on.
Tingle's Balloon Fight (or TBF) is a Japanese-exclusive game which can only be acquired by joining Club Nintendo. It's an extremely rare game, and anyone who can easily find a copy should consider the...
Link's Crossbow Training
The game may be short, but that price point is difficult to pass up on.
Pros: addictive gameplay; despite the length, you'll want to go back and beat your high scores; perfect for short gaming sessions; lots of fan service; Zapper is not as bad as they say; only $20 Co...
Wii Sports is a great game for only $250, plus you get a free Wii!
Wii Sports is the perfect pack-in with the Wii. To begin this review, I'll sum up each sport separately. Tennis: The simplest game in Wii Sports, it won't take long for anyone to get the hang of i...
Super Paper Mario
Super Paper Mario is easily one of the greatest games on the Wii.
Super Paper Mario was a huge surprise for me. I bought it expecting to have a fun, but not immersive experience. Early on in the game, I realized just how good this game is. The plot may sound simple,...
Zelda no Densetsu: Mugen no Sunadokei
Phantom Hourglass is overflowing with greatness, from near-perfect controls to a memorable cast; it just ends too soon.
I'm not here to tell you about this game, I'm here to review it. You've probably heard all about the plot, so I won't bother repeating it. Pros: Most cinematic Zelda experience so far; sailing is a...
Summon Night: Craft Sword Monogatari 2
I wasn't really sure what I would get out of Summon Night: Swordcraft Story 2, but I definitely ended up getting more th
Summon Night 2 is a Real-Time Action RPG. You start off as either a guy or a girl, which you get to name. A couple minutes into the game, your character finds one of four Summon Creatures that you cho...
Gekitou! Custom Robo
Custom Robo Arena is one of the greatest DS games out there, assuming you want to have fun.
I have to say, I was a bit hesitant about this purchase. Now I've discovered a hidden little jem in the DS's library. The game's main aspect is the Robo Battles. These are fast-paced, action filled...
Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time
Mario and Luigi 2 is a great game that doesn't quite fill the original game's shoes.
Mario and Luigi Partners in Time is an excellent game. The battles are fun and very interactive and the dialogue is hilarious. The main part of this humorous RPG is of course, the battles, and boy, ar...