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Posted: 08/23/15, 13:29:07 by 
Mr_Mustache said:Acclaim returns with the third and final installment of the NES trilogy, and the direct sequel to IronSword (though it should be noted that Wizards & Warriors X also follows the events of IronSword. Hmm.)... (more)
Posted: 08/19/15, 15:31:13 by 
As someone who didn't get to play this on the first go 'round, I was pretty stoked when it landed on the VC. I thought it was a pretty solid game, scoring competitively in my database against other RPGs. I thought the way they handled classes and the little guys you equip (whose names escape me at the moment) was a neat way of doing things, though I don't think I'd like that to be "the norm" as far as magic and skills go. I usually just piled similar guys all on the same character; how did you handle it, and did you even enjoy that mechanic?.. (more)
Posted: 08/11/15, 21:17:39 by 
Even with it's many faults, Kirby and the Amazing Mirror does something very few games do: Take nonlinear game design to it's absolute limit. The result is a massive set of 9 worlds you are set to explore at your own pace... (more)
Posted: 07/14/15, 00:37:46 by 
Been waiting to see Jurassic World before firing this thing up, and after seeing it last night, I've broken the seal and dove in with two feet. All I can say so far is "WOW," and it's far better than I expected it to be. Unbelievably faithful to the Jurassic Park film series... (more)
Posted: 06/26/15, 16:37:57 by 
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Posted: 06/18/15, 20:14:07 by 
I've never played a Persona or SMT game, and I've only ever played one Fire Emblem game (too scarce or expensive too soon after release!). So, when I saw the initial trailers for this game, I was perhaps even more confused than most people. However, I was a little intrigued. I loved that it had a bright, colorful world and a generally happy vibe. I liked that the "dark" elements seemed "dark" in the way that Kingdom Hearts handles evil. Still, it was very difficult to get a sense for what the game was about and how it played... (more)
Posted: 06/17/15, 18:26:53 by 
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Posted: 06/15/15, 05:11:37 by 
Finally, Mother 1 is released in North America... (more)
Posted: 06/12/15, 20:50:37 by 
I have a long history with Harvest Moon. I loved the first game, I really loved Harvest Moon 64...but then the GCN's A Wonderful Life let me down and it's never really recovered since then (although its hot cousin Rune Factory summoned me back to the farm). Friends of Mineral Town is a gem from that lost era of awesome Harvest Moon goodness, and from the couple of hours I already sunk into it (in a single play session), I can tell that this game has that addictive pull that the best of them have. So let's talk about it here!.. (more)
Posted: 06/12/15, 18:04:49 by 
This game is coming out very soon, and it looks gorgeous. Nintendo UK released a new trailer that sold me on it... (more)
Posted: 06/05/15, 18:50:47 by 
Nintendo fans finally get to experience the joys of starvation, hypothermia and mental illness as acclaimed survival adventure Don't Starve arrives on the Wii U. Scavenge for food, craft tools and defend yourself from strange beasts lurking in the darkness as you explore a hostile, randomly generated world. With its combination of Minecraft style crafting, roguelike progression and sandbox style exploration, Don't Starve is a good choice for everyone who feels that modern life is too easy, and would rather spend their days eating berries whilst running away from homicidal fir trees... (more)
Posted: 05/27/15, 22:17:07 by 
I've never been one for the whole mobile scene's "match three" puzzlers, but I got this as a surprise gift from my sisters-in-law and I've been enjoying it. It feels largely more puzzle-based and strategic than most games of this ilk, and the RPG and Mario elements help flesh out the package too. Anyone else got this?.. (more)
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