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Cheetahmen II (NES)

Cheetahmen II review (NES)

Reviewed on November 04, 2007

Somewhere in the U.S. in 1992, a team worked on this game. They got together and brain stormed to come up with a story and some gameplay elements, and then they programmed it. They were working for money to feed themselves, their families, and to pay rents and mortgages, like any other American. Many things are forgivable when they are humanized, especially things that donít ultimately decide your fate, like a videogame for example. One can imagine the time constraints, the difficult editing...
Bleach: The Blade of Fate (DS)

Bleach: The Blade of Fate review (DS)

Reviewed on November 01, 2007

Handhelds have never been home to the latest and greatest fighting games, though a few gems have graced them over the years. The genre is perfect for small bursts of gaming, making it a seemingly logical choice for portable systems, but I canít remember a single handheld fighter Iíd rather play over its console counterpart (as almost all of them are ports.) This is usually due to poor or simplified controls stunting the experience and/or the inability to play against friends. I suppose itís a...
Final Fantasy (PSP)

Final Fantasy review (PSP)

Reviewed on June 09, 2007

Like many older gamers, Final Fantasy on the NES was what initially got me into RPGs. It wowed gamers with its awesome graphics and playability, just as the series continues to do today. Itís no surprise that the franchise has grown to dominate the RPG genre. My taste for the Final Fantasy series has mellowed out since then (with a brief spike for VII), but the PSP remake really took me back and renewed my appreciation, having not played the previous PS1 and GBA remakes. What we have here is the...
Riviera: The Promised Land (Game Boy Advance)

Riviera: The Promised Land review (GBA)

Reviewed on August 02, 2005

My first hours with Riviera were not indicative of what my next few weeks with it would be like. I popped it in and was displeased by the entire set up and not surprised that I could guess the whole story within the first 5 minutes. The jaded RPG fan inside of me totally flared up. I almost sold it right back to someone who would appreciate it, but gave it a second chance. What I almost missed out on was one of the more refreshing RPG experiences this gen. Through the distillation of typical, wo...
Killer 7 (GameCube)

Killer 7 review (GCN)

Reviewed on July 24, 2005

Killer 7, the latest offering from Capcom, is created by the all-star trifecta of Hiroyuki Kobayashi, Shinji Mikami, and the visionary developer, Suda 51 along with his Grasshopper studio. For nearly 4 years now, screenshots have trickled, speculations have been all over the place and the face of the game has slowly changed. Now the game is here with almost as much mystique as before. With its eye-catching style, emphasis on cinematics and unorthodox game play, you will probably wonder how it al...

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