Final Fantasy XIII quickly became the best-selling game of the long-running series. And seeing the stunning graphics, scorching battles and cool story, we can see why.
The crew of Star Ocean: The Last Hope: International is reporting for duty on the PlayStation 3 console, bringing that platform a truly immersive and expansive RPG experience, plus some nice little extras.
Taking a new spin on real-time strategy games, Order of War attempts to give players command of companies and armies, things normally left to more strategic turn-based titles.
Final Fantasy: Dissidia on the PSP is a way to keep the legions of FF fans happy until the next inevitable full release of the series. And it does that job well. Anybody else however, is going to be hopelessly lost, and a touch bored.
Chain of Memories is the bridge title connecting Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II. But as a chain, it has quite a few weak links, and just doesn’t measure up.
Star Ocean: The Last Hope might have been Square’s last chance to impress our 360 reviewer. Thankfully, they met that challenge and exceeded it. This is a great Star Ocean.
Star Ocean: Second Evolution hits the ground running as a top title for the PSP platform. It takes us back to the original series, but adds a lot of new elements, like real-time combat.
If Square doesn’t stop sending halfway finished and highly rushed RPGs to the market, they risk their reputation as solid game developers. The Last Remnant doesn’t help their cause.
Unfortunately, Infinite Undiscovery is more of a realistic name for this game than the developers probably wanted. You will spend a lot of time not finding much of anything.
Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift takes the familiar Final Fantasy world and adds in a tactical element, for a unique and fun experience on the DS.