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Tales of Phantasia – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Fantasy Violence

Tales of Phantasia – Review

Namco's Tales of Phantasia has an abundance of clichés. But the game handles them so well that it's made me see why these things became clichés in the first place.

Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories Second Opinion

Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories Screenshot

Frequent readers of this site may remember that I covered the original Kingdom Hearts on PlayStation 2 and gave it one of the lowest scores on the Internet at a time when it was undeservedly racking up accolades and capturing a legion of fans.

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

Gunstar Super Heroes – Second Opinion

Comparing Gunstar Super Heroes to We Love Katamari doesn't make much sense to me. They are both cash-in sequels that rehash their originals, but I think there's a big difference between a rehash that comes out 12 months later and one that comes out 12 years later.

Gunstar Super Heroes – Review

Almost every boss—as ever, the beating heart of a Treasure level—is recycled from GH. Players keep expecting some kind of pay-off for those of us willing to accept these throwbacks as 'knowing references', but it doesn't come, and they're not. They're insipid and annoying regurgitations.

Gunstar Super Heroes – Consumer Guide

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

Gunstar Super Heroes

Game Description: Gunstar Super Heroes is 2D action and adventure done right. The Gunstar world expands with all-new levels, bosses, and weapons. Take characters, Blue and Red, on different paths to reveal an incredible adventure story. Precision gunplay and brilliant visuals, and all-new levels, bosses, and weapons.

The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap

Game Description: The Legend Of Zelda: The Minish Cap takes young Link into an all-new adventure where he'll explore Hyrule and battle evil on the microscopic level. An ancient magical sword releases the evil mage Vaati and he causes trouble all over Hyrule. Link has been sent to restore the sword and seal Vaati inside it—but it can only be done by visiting the Minish people and getting their help. Link will have to shrink to do that—and the strange Minish Cap will be his guide in this new mirco-world.

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