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Type: Review
Game: Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier (DS)
Posted: June 02, 2009 (09:21 PM)
RPGs are stereotyped as one of the more intellectual game genres, all about story and plot and meaning. Endless Frontier bucks this stereotype pretty hard. Itís a self-consciously dopey, disposable sort of story thatís little more than an excuse to string dungeons and boss encounters together. Much of the plotís appeal is meant to rest in its nature as a sly crossover that puts Namco x Capcom, Super Robot Taisen OG2, Super Robot Taisen alpha 3, Xenosaga, and ma...
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Type: Review
Game: Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 (PlayStation 2)
Posted: December 06, 2008 (01:47 AM)
The character imbalance may irk some fans but doesn't actually make the game less fun, and for the most part Persona 4 has its own identity, plot, and tone wholly independent of Persona 3's. Given what a massively influential title Persona 3 was, and how easy it would've been to make the entirety of Persona 4 about reminding you how much you liked Persona 3, the fact that Persona 4 is an actual interesting game in its own right is really a bit extraordin...

Type: Review
Game: Soul Nomad & The World Eaters (PlayStation 2)
Posted: September 25, 2007 (11:11 PM)
Soul Nomad, much like Phantom Brave before it, tries very hard to tell a serious story while also purveying the jokes that it assumes Nippon Ichi fans canít live without. The result is a game that lurches awkwardly from dramatic to goofy moments, and often expects the audience to laugh at characters who are about to do or experience something legitimately horrifying (to the tune of genocide, infanticide, or rape, as the case may be).
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