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Chrono Cross (PlayStation)

Chrono Cross review (PSX)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

Depending on what choices you make, you'll meet different characters, and complete different sub-quests. With multiple endings and paths you can take, this game has tons of replay value.
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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (Nintendo 64)

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time review (N64)

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If you play your cards right, don't abandon the classic formulas, and continue to innovate, anything is possible, as shown in this, one of the best games ever created - on any system - The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
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Dino Crisis 2 (PlayStation)

Dino Crisis 2 review (PSX)

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The game looks better than its prequel, but it just makes it a bit more awkward to navigate in the 2D world. Since you can't go ''anywhere'', like in a 3D game, it's sometimes hard to judge exactly where things are, where you can go, etc.
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The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (Nintendo 64)

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask review (N64)

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Overall, The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask is an improvement of its predecessor. However, it doesn't seem to capture the same epic feel as The Ocarina of Time, and, in the end, the first Nintendo 64 Zelda game will be the one you'll always remember.
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Fear Effect (PlayStation)

Fear Effect review (PSX)

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When your fear meter is in the 'red' zone, a single shot will knock your character dead. It's much harder to bring your fear meter back down than it is to bring it up. You must shoot without being seen, and basically do all the opposite things it takes to make the meter increase.
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Final Fantasy Tactics (PlayStation)

Final Fantasy Tactics review (PSX)

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FFT's storyline is on-par with every other RPG in existence.
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Final Fantasy VII (PlayStation)

Final Fantasy VII review (PSX)

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Starting with a beautiful opening cinema, FF7 quickly jumps into the action with nice polygons and beautiful, pre-rendered backgrounds. In-game spells and attacks look great, especially the cinematically perfected summon spells.
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Final Fantasy VIII (PlayStation)

Final Fantasy VIII review (PSX)

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Then it adds in a bunch of other interesting and likeable characters (also some not-so-likeable), gives you some solid information about them, and then, takes the player on an absolute rollercoaster ride between plotlines, brainwashing you several times, messing with your mind, betraying your trust, and ultimately, leading you to an epic and ingenious climax.
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Final Fantasy III (SNES)

Final Fantasy III review (SNES)

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I'd have to say that the sound quality is also good for 16-bit, and makes the game much better over all. The sound really sets the mood in this game, and I think that it has the same victory music as FFVII, FFV, and FFVII.
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Sonic Advance (Game Boy Advance)

Sonic Advance review (GBA)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

What no one would have believed 5 years ago, however, is that Sonic's triumphant return to his 2D roots would come on a Nintendo system, and that's just what's happened to the first Sonic game ever on a Nintendo-made system, Sonic Advance.
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Galerians (PlayStation)

Galerians review (PSX)

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It added some unique new features, and is propelled by an excellent storyline. Galerians isn't quite as scary as Silent Hill, but its seriousness definitely surpasses Resident Evil's ''jump-out-of-your-seat'' horror.
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Gran Turismo (PlayStation)

Gran Turismo review (PSX)

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Nice looking reflections, and an awesome hi-fi mode that you can unlock which has even BETTER graphics. You can see the wheels spinning, and all the cars are extremely accurate, and are identical to the real thing.
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Bible Adventures (NES)

Bible Adventures review (NES)

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This is especially true of Noah. He can lift pigs, snakes, turtles, horses, and even cows (see, you thought I forgot my promise to get back to that). Amusingly, he can even rotate the order of animals in the stack, for when he needs to discard an unwanted one. This sometimes leads to Noah running toward the ark while a horse, cow, and pig are balanced atop a single acorn.
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Gran Turismo 2 (PlayStation)

Gran Turismo 2 review (PSX)

Reviewed on Date Unknown

The graphics in this game aren't exactly up to par with today's other games. Sure, they're good, but they really aren't much different than the first one's graphics. They did make a few touch-ups, but nothing terribly noticeable.
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The Granstream Saga (PlayStation)

The Granstream Saga review (PSX)

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You see the enemies, then you battle them. The battle engine is an over-and-behind view, and it plays kind of like a fighting game. The control is horrible, because your character walks painfully slow, and it's hard to turn.
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Guardian's Crusade (PlayStation)

Guardian's Crusade review (PSX)

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The graphics are pretty good, but don't have enough detail. They don't do anything that hasn't already been done. They are polygonal characters, in a 3D world. This proves to handle pretty well, for the Playstation. Completely 3D.
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Kartia: The Word of Fate (PlayStation)

Kartia: The Word of Fate review (PSX)

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At least Kartia has an innovative story and battle system. The story has to do with monsters called Phantoms, that can be be summoned from cards called Kartia. In the game, your characters aren't your main attacking force. Your Phantoms are. Certain members of your party are able to create Phantoms.
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Legend of Mana (PlayStation)

Legend of Mana review (PSX)

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I guess the problem is that a lot of the time, it's hard (very hard in some parts) to navigate through dungeons and towns, because it's hard to tell what's what. I'm used to games where the environment is 3D, and you can rotate the camera angle to see things more clearly...None of that here!
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Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete (PlayStation)

Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete review (PSX)

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The voice acting in the cutscenes can sound a little bit annoying, but so what? And it comes with a full soundtrack! How convenient. There are 2 songs in the game that have real singing, in english!
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Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals (SNES)

Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals review (SNES)

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The fighting music is cool sounding, and the boss music is catchy and adventurous. The dungeon music is pounding, annoying, and not that nice to listen to. But, that's how it should be.
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