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wolfqueen001 Time for a change... I think this sums me up pretty well:

Things tend to turn out well when you worry, so that's probably good. - EmP

I still <333 wolves, though.

Title: Re: My Updated Games I Want to Review before I Die List
Posted: January 02, 2012 (11:48 AM)
I originally posted this several years ago when I first became active here, and after EmP started the Alpha Marathon thing. There are so many games here I don't really have a hope of reviewing them all, but I like to update the list as I go on (and often add new items...), just to see my progress. I'm primarily re-posting it again because I don't feel like having to go back to my old post and doing it there, plus I want to use this to sort of motivate myself to write more.

These are all games I want to review / have reviewed either for kicks or because someone recommended it. Recommendations are always welcome.


Kid Icarus
Resident Evil: Revelation


Contra 4
Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation
Fossil Fighters
Pokemon Pearl

Game Boy:

Pokemon Red/Blue (Whichever I feel like)
Pokemon Yellow

Game Boy Color:

Pokemon Gold/Silver (whichever one I feel like)
X-Men: Mutant Academy

Game Boy Advance:

Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire (whichever I feel like)
Pokemon Fire Red/Leaf Green (whichever I feel like)


Cutie Suzuki no Ringside Angel
Earthworm Jim
Jim Power: the Arcade Game
Shining in the Darkness
Shining Force
Shining Force II
Twinkle Tale
Zombies Ate My Neighbors


3D Battles of World Runner
Ai Sensei no Oshiete: Watashi no Hoshi
Bad Dudes
Dragon Warrior
Dragon Warrior III
Fire 'N Ice
Incredible Crash Test Dummies
Just Breed
Kouryuu Densetsu Villgust Gaiden
Musashi no Bouken
Rainbow Islands


Age of Empires II: The Conquerors
Age of Empires III
Age of Mythology
Blades of Time
Dungeon Siege
Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
Eschalon: Book II
Fantasy Wars
Half-Life 2
Heroes of Might and Magic II
Heroes of Might and Magic III
Heroes of Might and Magic IV
Heroes of Might and Magic V
Lylian: Episode One
Nancy Drew: Mystery at Waverly Academy
Oil Rush
Plants vs. Zombies
Puzzle Bots
Quake II
Sam & Max: Abe Lincoln Must Die
Sam & Max 201: Ice Station Santa
Speedball 2
Tales of Monkey Island Episode 1: Launch of the Screeching Narwhal
Wizardry 8
Worms Armageddon


Castlevania: Symphony of Night
Digimon World
Final Fantasy Origins
Final Fantasy VII
Legend of Dragoon
Lost World: Jurassic Park
Medievil I
Medievil II
Metal Gear Solid
Spyro the Dragon
Spyro: Year of the Dragon
Tekken 2
Xena: Warrior Princess
Yu-Gi-Oh: Forbidden Memories

Playstation 2:

007: Nightfire
Beyond Good and Evil
Casltevania: Curse of Darkness
Final Fantasy X
The Getaway
God of War
God of War II
.hack//G.U Rebirth
.hack//G.U. Reminisce
.hack//G.U. Redemption
Kingdom Hearts
Kingdom Hearts II
Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring
Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
Lord of the Rings: Return of the King
Medal of Honor: Frontline
Medal of Honor: Rising Sun
Medal of Honor: European Assault
Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty
Metal Gear Solid 3
Prince of Persia: Sands of Time
Ratchet and Clank
Resident Evil: Code Veronica X
Resident Evil 4
Shadow of the Colossus
Spyro: Enter the Dragonfly
Star Wars Battlefront II
Twisted Metal: Black
Yu-Gi-Oh: Duelists of the Roses


Dissidia: Final Fantasy
Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep
Shadow of Destiny

Sega CD



Virtua Fighter CG Portrait Series Vol. 9: Kage Maru

Alpha Marathon 2012

B: Blades of Time
C: Confrontation
K: Kid Icarus
O: Oil Rush
Y: Ys II
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Type: Review
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Posted: September 01, 2014 (04:05 PM)
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Posted: February 16, 2014 (06:44 AM)
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Type: Review
Game: Resident Evil 2 (PlayStation 3)
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Type: Review
Game: Spyro the Dragon (PlayStation)
Posted: February 03, 2013 (09:28 AM)
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Type: Review
Game: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (PlayStation)
Posted: December 29, 2012 (06:09 AM)
Actually playing the game itself isn’t quite so bad, though it is horrifically easy. You’ll likely require only a few hours to beat it, and only a very small portion of the obstacles you face during that time will prove even remotely challenging.
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Type: Review
Game: Jewel Master: Cradle of Egypt 2 (DS)
Posted: December 05, 2012 (06:38 PM)
Rather than pairing up squares for points, as you do in Bejeweled, you use the stylus to group symbols in order to clear colored tiles within a given time limit. Matching specific symbols, such as tomatoes or gold coins, earns you resources, which you receive upon level completion. These resources enable you to erect a number of historical Egyptian buildings, each of which is accompanied by a little historical factoid about that particular structure’s function in society at that time.
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Type: Review
Game: Blades of Time (Miscellaneous)
Posted: June 26, 2012 (04:45 PM)
You wield sadistic dual blades, sling spells without much care, and solve innumerable puzzles. It's just that the variety is lacking. Yes, it's totally fun to tear up swarms of zombies with sharpened swords, or blast winged warriors out of the air with a high-powered rifle. It's thrilling to ignite a sea of humanity on fire or freeze pesky critters in place. But the catharsis isn't quite the same.
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Type: Review
Game: Oil Rush (Miscellaneous)
Posted: June 04, 2012 (07:32 PM)
What makes this game so compelling isn't the plot (which is fairly stereotypical) or even the environment (which is quite beautiful despite the post-apocalyptic setting). It's the careful balance between a remarkably simple interface and complex strategy. Unlike other examples of this genre, you don't need to consider eight million factors when planning a move, or gather fifty kinds of resources, or examine ninety different stats. Instead, your concerns lie with your units and, of course, oil.
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Type: Review
Game: Confrontation (Miscellaneous)
Posted: May 07, 2012 (05:25 PM)
To stop all evil in the world, you control a squad of warriors belonging to the Griffin (human) faction. Though you'll recruit teammates as you travel through various lands, you can only fight with four at any given time, so you must choose your lineup carefully. You'll often be surrounded, outnumbered or overpowered. Your enemies are frequently stronger, or have better skills. It'll take your best thinking and planning to succeed.

Type: Review
Game: Kid Icarus: Uprising (3DS)
Posted: March 30, 2012 (05:14 AM)
Somehow, the most appealing aspect of any chapter is the game's strong learning curve. Even though you receive a great deal of guidance from the Goddess of Light, that advice only tells you how to interact with your surroundings (such as when she instructs you to grind along rails or explains what activating certain switches might accomplish).

Type: Review
Game: Ys II (NES)
Posted: March 16, 2012 (11:40 PM)
Most of the time, it only takes a couple of levels to crush your enemies. Sure, you might be throwing grapes at elephants for how little damage you do, but you'll never get hurt – even head-on – as long as you constantly press forward. Eventually you'll be able to annihilate them with just a few choice blows.

Type: Review
Game: TaleSpin (NES)
Posted: December 27, 2011 (06:14 PM)
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Type: Review
Game: Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation (DS)
Posted: August 27, 2011 (02:55 PM)
Dragon Quest VI's main draw will always be its extraordinary plot and immense world. The plights of each world's citizens feel real, raw. They’re moving and inspire players to do all that they can. The enormous map will ensure that you're still discovering new places well into your fiftieth hour. But most of all, once you’ve uncovered that last inch of land, you'll be sad it's over. You'll look back on all that you've done and ask, “Why did it have to end?”

Type: Review
Game: Fossil Fighters (DS)
Posted: June 30, 2011 (11:20 PM)
The hammer chips and softens the tough outer layer of the fossil rock while the drill carefully cleans away the remaining sediment without obliterating the delicate skeleton underneath. Upgrades give you stronger versions of these tools, but because of their strength, your chances of breaking certain bones are much greater.

Type: Review
Game: Pokemon Pearl (DS)
Posted: May 31, 2011 (01:17 PM)
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Type: Review
Game: Lylian: Episode 1: Paranoid Friendship (Miscellaneous)
Posted: March 10, 2011 (12:55 PM)
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Type: Review
Game: Star Wars: Battlefront II (PlayStation 2)
Posted: January 08, 2011 (09:41 PM)
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Type: Review
Game: Eschalon Book II (Miscellaneous)
Posted: November 04, 2010 (10:52 PM)
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Type: Review
Game: Puzzle Bots (Miscellaneous)
Posted: September 18, 2010 (01:23 AM)
Puzzle Bots is one of those games that just sucks you in from the get go. Its witty writing, ironic situations and outright hilarious dialogue combine to make a light-hearted and enjoyable experience that never takes itself seriously. It’s this ability to stay consistently funny throughout the entirety of the game that really adds to the nature of the puzzles themselves, for while they gradually become complex, there aren’t very many. In fact, this small but worthwhile purchase can be bea...
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Type: Review
Game: .hack Part 1: Infection (PlayStation 2)
Posted: September 04, 2010 (07:42 PM)
Many years ago, I watched an anime called .Hack//Sign and absolutely fell in love with it. It told the tale of a young boy trapped inside the virtual reality MMORPG, The World, and how he copes with his existence. As other players heard of and attempted to unravel the mystery behind his condition, they discovered a series of potentially fatal anomalies involving the game’s own mythology. It was the sheer complexity of that mythology and the mystery behind it that drew me in so thor...
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