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meeptroid Hey, I'm Meeptroid. I enjoy playing video games, writing, and listening to music. I don't write reviews very often, but feel free to check out what I have up.

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Type: Review
Game: Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones (Game Boy Advance)
Posted: January 29, 2008 (06:10 PM)
Your favorite character has perished in battle. Realizing there is no hope of reviving him, grief plagues you, and you pick up the pieces, go back to square one and restart the chapter with a scornful vengeance, coldly calculating your every move as to punish the enemy for your loss and avoid repeating the same mistake. It is the gift and the curse of the Fire Emblem series, the permanent loss of characters upon death and the sense of urgency and grandiose that goes with it. When coupled ...
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Type: Review
Game: Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition (Wii)
Posted: January 12, 2008 (02:11 PM)
There’s nothing more satisfying than the realistic feel of physically aiming at and bursting the decrepit watermelon of a zombie’s skull with the morbid Gallagher's hammer of your shotgun blast. There’s nothing more invigorating than feeling that sigh of relief twist into a horrified grimace as you realize there are ten more behind you - and instinctively, almost mechanically turning 180 degrees and balancing firing, dodging and reloading with the dexterity of an octopus until hordes of our corr...

Type: Review
Game: Final Fantasy III (SNES)
Posted: July 23, 2005 (07:23 AM)
Each passing year, dozens of new role-playing games are released. They come in all shapes and sizes, ranging from old classics like Squaresoft‘s Final Fantasy to more profound and modern ones such as Namco’s Tales of Symphonia. If one were to compare the two, they would find a multitude of differences and improvements that only evolution and time could create. The former title lacks much dialogue, has sketchy animation and fails to motivate the player. The second, however, has...
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Type: Review
Game: Mario Power Tennis (GameCube)
Posted: December 29, 2004 (10:22 AM)
Nintendo scarcely makes sports games (wow, that doesn’t really roll of the tongue). It just so happens that when they do, nine out of ten of the times you have an excellent game that defies the minds of many sports haters. I for one love games like Metroid Prime and Paper Mario. You know, adventure, action, RPG and the like. But as soon as I got my hands on Mario Power Tennis, I was overjoyed. Camelot has an expertise at combining a realistic sports atmosphere with oodles of...
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Type: Review
Game: Banjo-Tooie (Nintendo 64)
Posted: December 17, 2004 (07:53 PM)
What happens when you stick an overly acerbic bird in the backpack of a bear and send them on a noble quest for the bear’s ill-fated little sister, while managing to incorporate shamans, witches, musical notes, washing machines and puzzle pieces? The end result is Banjo-Tooie, the unforgettable sequel to the formerly weirdest game on the N64.
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Type: Review
Game: Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards (Nintendo 64)
Posted: December 09, 2004 (05:03 PM)
Once a Kirby game is released, you know it’s going to drift away from the pack. It’s going to be innovative, it’s going to be simple, it’s going to be clean, and you know it’s going to be fun to play, even if all the other aspects fall to pieces. It’s just that trademark stability that motivates my purchase. No Kirby games have let me down thus far, and as you can already guess from this blatant presentation, this one bears no exceptions.
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Type: Review
Game: Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door (GameCube)
Posted: December 07, 2004 (01:43 PM)
Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door. When you hear that name, what kind of outlandish thoughts spring to mind? Is it deemed a "kiddy" game forever, never to be given a second glance? Is it a cool new innovation -- a Mario RPG -- that you would like to try out? Or perhaps it's the sequel to a superb game on the N64 that you can't wait to get your hands on? No matter what notions you might have, know that this is a exceptional game that takes the very RPG genre as we know it two steps forward.
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