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Final Fantasy IV Advance – Review

I still meet people who insist Final Fantasy IV has one of the greatest videogame stories of all time. It doesn't, but the grip this game has on a certain generation of people fascinates me.

Final Fantasy IV Advance – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Language, Mild Fantasy Violence, Mild Suggestive Themes

Radiata Stories – Review

So Radiata Stories, the action role-playing game (action RPG) from tri-Ace, should be my personal heaven: it's got a branching story that the player controls in a pretty big way, a bonus dungeon, and more sidequests than every Final Fantasy ever made. How can a game with so many choices be so boring?

 

Radiata Stories

Game Description: Radiata Stories offers real-time RPG action in a beautifully-rendered fantasy setting. In the land of Radiata, human and fairies coexist. 16-year-old Jack Russel lives in this world—he's a poor peasant whose father was a heroic soldier. When Jack enlists in the army to follow in dad's footsteps, he meets a wealthy young aristocrat who seeks to be a knight. With is unlikely new friend at his side, Jack will find his place in the world by fighting in a terrible war that may doom their world.

Fullmetal Alchemist 2: Curse of the Crimson Elixir – Review

Fullmetal Alchemist 2 has proven to me that its parent anime is a good show. But I've yet to be convinced that Fullmetal Alchemist 2 is a good game.

Fullmetal Alchemist 2: Curse of the Crimson Elixir – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Language, Use of Alcohol and Tobacco, Violence

Fullmetal Alchemist 2: Curse of the Crimson Elixir

Game Description: Full Metal Alchemist 2: Curse of the Crimson Elixir is a prequel to Broken Angel. The game delivers the exciting storyline that made the anime a hit, with all-new transmutations and chimeras. We start in the desert city of Lior, where Edwin & Alphonse are investigating a cult called the Leto. When they encounter an inscrutable woman who gives them a ring, they're embroiled in a mystery involving vanished villagers and strange monsters.

Samurai Legend Musashi – Review

A follow-up to Brave Fencer Musashi wasn't an entirely unwelcome thing, but the game on display (with its garish cel-shaded graphics and wild-haired protagonist) seemed to have little in common with the original. Adding to the air of confusion was the following question: Why, of all the intellectual properties Square owns, would they make a Musashi sequel instead of something the fans really want—like another Chrono game? Unfortunately, the answer to that question never turns up. Square works in mysterious ways not meant to be understood by the mortal gamer.

Samurai Legend Musashi – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood and Gore, Violence

Samurai Legend Musashi – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood and Gore, Violence

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