Hands down we rate Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII as one of the best RPGs for the PSP platform. It’s yet another feather in the cap of this awesome series.
Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker could have fallen into trap of many other RPGs and became a cute little game based on a TV show, but instead, it has some depth.
Preciously only episodes three and four have been seen in the US, but now the Front Mission series comes to the DS direct from Japan.
For a game based on a mid 1980s scrolling shooter franchise, Project Sylpheed really has a lot of whistles and bells, though probably not enough to challenge Wing Commander’s dominance.
Dawn of Mana could have marked the triumphant return of a game thought to have been dead since the Super Nintendo, but don’t get your hopes up.
You would not think a game about a slime creature fighting Plobs would be that involved, but Dragon Quest Heroes: Rocket Slime will surprise you.
Final Fantasy XI makes the jump to the Xbox 360, and we find crisp graphics and good playability, as well as all the expansion packs ready to go – after a six hour download.
Like the original, Kingdom Hearts II takes you on a journey through many of the worlds made famous by Disney stories. It’s an engaging and unique RPG.
Drakengard 2 takes place eighteen years after the original, when we find that an army with a dragon on its side still wins every time.
I so wanted Final Fantasy VIII to be the be-all-end-all of gaming experiences. I so wanted to be able to say that this was the greastest game I’ve ever played. Unfortunately, after all the hype, all the hope, and almost 60 hours of playing and completing Square’s latest offering in the signature series of RPG’s, I’m almost heartbroken to say that the game doesn’t bring home the goods. To be fair, I, much like the rest of the gaming world, had enormous expectations. I half expected the characters in the game to jump out of my television and finish doing … Continue reading Final Fantasy VIII is good, but not great