Total of 7 user reviews spread across 7 releases
Star Ocean: Second Evolution
Quite possibly one of the best RPGs of all time. A new experience with each playthrough makes this game a champion.
Warning: There will be spoilers to follow, so read at your own risk. However, beyond the story, I will be light on them. While wandering the realms of space in the battleship Calnus, Ronyx J. K...
Tales of Vesperia
This tale is definately worth seeing if you have a Xbox 360 and are a fan of JRPGS.
Tales of Vesperia, as you may know, is the latest entry in the long-running Tales series of JRPGs. These games are a big deal over in Japan, but not so much here in North America. There are citie...
Wild ARMs: Crossfire
With its immersive story, deep gameplay, and gorgeous soundtrack, you won't find a more enjoyable SRPG than Wild ARMs XF
OK, let's get this out of the way first - It's named Wild Arms XF, however, the "XF" part is pronounced "Cross Fire". You'll figure out why if you look at the "XF". You play as a 17-year old girl ...
Elite Beat Agents
A crazy, (eventually) fast-paced rhythm game that will keep your stylus moving for hours.
The Elite Beat Agents (and me for this review) are at your service! This is a rhythm-based action game that requires a lot of timing and listening skill. In this game, you play as the Elite Beat Age...
Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories
Great game which is based off of the PS2 game, has a new card battle system which can get a little frustrating at times.
Here is a summary of the story: (This does contain spoilers) The story of Kingdom Hearts is about a boy named Sora, wielder of a unique weapon called the "Keyblade". Joined by 2 of our favorite Disn...
Super Mario 64 DS
A classic reborn.
Yes, it's just like the name (of this review) says. Those of you who have already played the N64 version will probably have an idea of what this game has. Unlike the N64 version, though, this time t...
Yeah, that's right. Spider-Man's at it again. You know, beating up bad guys, saving New York City, doing jobs for Mr. Jameson (Peter's boss at the Daily Bugle), that sort of thing. Unlike the first mo...