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Boxshot

8.8

Average: 8.8
Comments: None
“Developer and Publisher: Squaresoft Whilst Final Fantasy had garnered a reputation on consoles, its portable brethern were relegated to side games. Well, that's not entirely true – it was, more or less, the logo that drew Americans' attention to some side projects Squaresoft cooked up that went under different monikers in Japan. One of them is today's subject, Final Fantasy Adventure, which is actually the first Seiken Densetsu game. The idea was to take Final Fantasy and create a real time battle system sort of like Zelda. Granted, other games have messed with this formula years ago, but besides Ultima, Ys and Zelda 2, most of those games were terrible. On the other side of the spectrum is Final Fantasy Adventure, which gets this mostly right on a technical level. There are some quirks – some good; some bad – but on the whole, it manages to become a rather successful marriage of real time combat and RPG gameplay. You start off as a slave to the dark lord... Dark Lord. Your purpose is to slay monsters...”
Boxshot

8.0

Average: 8.0
Comments: None
“Battlefield 4 is similar to it's predicessor in many ways, the game plays the same except for a few tweaks in the controls, the controls are now more similar to that of Call of Duty and EA's other shooter brand Medal of Honor with the O button being crouch rather than clicking the right analog stick, this I do prefer as myself and many other people are used to Call of Duty and having to remember different controls for each game can get annoying. So let's break it down. The campaign is short like in previous Battlefield installments but this time the story doesn't feel like it's a tacked on piece to be there along with the mutliplayer which is really what everyone plays and EA know this by listing it as the first thing in the main menu. And we'll get to the multiplayer later but for now back to the story, it's not overly memerable, the game opens with Bonnie Tyler singing and a car is trapped under water with our main soldiers stuck inside, shooting the window to escape we are then shifted to 20 minutes...”
Boxshot

7.9

Average: 7.5
Comments: None
AvatarA little nostalgia is a good thing
Written by NTOFVG on Apr 15, 2014
“The following review will use the following weighted scoring system Graphics - 10% 3D Effect - 5% Plot - 15% Game Play - 50% Music / Sound - 10% Replay Value - 10% Graphics Bravely Default uses an interesting art style. The beginning animated cut scene looks pretty good. The overall design of town or place backgrounds look well done. Character details are somewhat lacking though. For example, some of the characters do not appear to have nose. I was disappointed in the visual quality of the spells, but the summons were fairly decent. Overall, this is a different and distinct appearance of the 3DS game, but I wouldn't quite rank it among the best (7.5 / 10) 3D Effect The 3D effect, as with most 3DS games it seems, makes the background deeper. During the course of combat, this offers no real benefits nor does the effect enhance any of the spells or summons. The only time it looks fairly cool is when the camera zooms all the way out when your party is in a town. The camera will do this if...”
Boxshot

8.9

Average: 8.9
Comments: None
AvatarMaster of Thieves
Written by GameOver on Apr 13, 2014
“The Sly Cooper series stars a cane-wielding raccoon thief, it has reached a fourth installment. How much greatness can you take? Let's find out. Gameplay: Thieves in Time has 3-4 main characters you can play with. Sly (raccoon), Bentley (turtle), and Murray (hippo) are the original three. You can also play as Carmelita Fox, who plays like Sly, but uses her shock pistol, which adds more range to her character. The basics are simple, S,B,M must travel around in one of the 5 five hub worlds and open a job/mission by accessing their respective emblem. Sly obviously has more of a "stealth" playstyle. He can't take many hits, but he is able to initiate one-hit kills behind a guard's back. (Provided that the guard hasn't seen you yet) Murray a "beat em' up" playstyle. He's a tank, so attacking guards shouldn't hurt too much. Bentley has a mix of Sly's and Murray's playstyles. He can take more hits then Sly, but hitting them head-on isn't the best idea. He can use bombs and darts, which both effects change...”
Boxshot

5.5

Average: 6.3
Comments: None
AvatarIs revengeance even a word?
Written by Aevers on Apr 9, 2014
“Raiden in Metal Gear Solid 4 seemed like an unmitigated badass, cutting up all of those guys – why not make that into a game? It was actually quite a good idea to make a stealth game where you played as a ninja, especially if it seems to play like Tenchu if Tenchu took place in the near distant future, and it allowed you to demolish entire structures and make it look like an accident. Somewhere along the line, Kojima gave up and almost cancelled the game until Platinum Games came to the rescue. They were pretty busy beavers in 2009 and 2010 making Madworld, Bayonetta and Vanquish as well as co-creating Infinite Space for the DS, and then they became busy beavers in 2012 and 2013 with Anarchy Reigns, The Wonderful 101 and this game, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance. What came as a result was a surprisingly ho-hum action game that had some cool features and great boss battles, but not much else that really stimulates the senses. The biggest offender is the story. It's one of those stories that tries to be...”
Persona 4

7.0

Average: 8.5
Comments: None
“Persona 4 is the kind of game that sort of goes all over the place and tries to be many things at once. It tries to be a JRPG with a murder mystery story, a dungeon crawler with a somewhat quirky rock-paper-scissors system, a visual novel and a high school student life simulator. That's quite a lot to try and be. The problem is that it honestly feels like two games haphazardly put together with sticky tape and glue sticks. As a result, the flow of one game constantly gets interrupted or slowed down by the flow of the other game. For a while, I never understood the appeal because I can go and play RPGs and visual novels with more depth and grace in its execution. It has all the makings of being a mediocre game as its dungeons start to run together, its enemies are mostly inconsequential and used only for grinding, and the visual novel aspects are threadbare. It's also insanely addicting. Due to its simplicity and fun albeit melodramatic and – at times – borderline pseudo-intellectual script, Persona 4...”
Boxshot

7.0

Average: 8.5
Comments: None
“Persona 4 is the kind of game that sort of goes all over the place and tries to be many things at once. It tries to be a JRPG with a murder mystery story, a dungeon crawler with a somewhat quirky rock-paper-scissors system, a visual novel and a high school student life simulator. That's quite a lot to try and be. The problem is that it honestly feels like two games haphazardly put together with sticky tape and glue sticks. As a result, the flow of one game constantly gets interrupted or slowed down by the flow of the other game. For a while, I never understood the appeal because I can go and play RPGs and visual novels with more depth and grace in its execution. It has all the makings of being a mediocre game as its dungeons start to run together, its enemies are mostly inconsequential and used only for grinding, and the visual novel aspects are threadbare. It's also insanely addicting. Due to its simplicity and fun albeit melodramatic and – at times – borderline pseudo-intellectual script, Persona 4...”
Boxshot

9.5

Average: 9.5
Comments: None
AvatarMK returns with a vengeance
Written by SacredWarrior on Mar 28, 2014
“Mortal Kombat is recognized as one of the best franchises in gaming history. Not only did it change the fighting genre, it changed the video game industry as a whole. Mortal Kombat haas had its ups and downs over the years. MK (2011) is definitely an up. Mortal Kombat (2011) is a reboot of the original trilogy. A reboot done perfectly. The story retells the events of the first three games, in a new timeline where Raiden receives a message from himself in the prime future after the Battle of Armageddon has happened and Shao Kahn became the supreme leader of all the realms. Because of this plot, characters and scenarios present are the classic ones, bringing the old to new and starting a new conflict. For those who grew up playing the original trilogy, this game will give you a big rush of nostalgia. For newcomers, this game will suck you in and leave you wanting more. The battle system in this game is arguably the most user-friendly in MK history. Many new things are added to the system such as a...”

Recent Comments

“I agree it's fun but flawed and it get to way much hype there other gems that go unnoticed and that sucks but i have to give the devil it's due in originality 10/10 story however 5/10 i still love it but it's not in my top ten of ps2 games”
Avatarre: Good fun for family and / or friends
Commented written by GamerGirlx3 on Mar 19, 2014
“I honestly adore this game. I play it all the time”
“I dont recall to be honest, i beat only once Dante's inferno and i never looked back. The poorly tested hit boxes are on the damage end, not to mention it's annoying as hell you only have the combat cross which is for all intents the lesser weapon, even on a forgiver path i suspect it was heavily nerfed on the PSP version making the scythe the better option but you miss several redeemer boons. Also Lou can hit you quite a bit while you have to play dodgeball with him and spamming the combat cross to...”
Avatarre: Monster Hunter
Commented written by Demonic Sword on Mar 17, 2014
“It's all good, man! I meant the series as a whole anyway.”
Avatarre: My #1 Favorite Fighting Game
Commented written by SacredWarrior on Mar 9, 2014
“Too bad Link couldn't be in it That really would've been a major turn-on”
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