Another year, another Armored Core. While the series still ranks high on my list of favored games, its getting harder and harder for this line to sustain the impact it once had. Since the originals debut stateside in 1997, there have been a total of five games released including this one, Another Age.
Author: Brad Gallaway
Its funny that Chi started off his review by telling readers what Zone Of The Enders reminded him of. Actually, I had a similar experience. After spending some time with the game, I was reminded of nothing more than a cocktail napkin. Why a cocktail napkin? Because after seeing what […]
According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence
Survival Horror is a tired and worn out genre with far too many games and not enough innovation. Theres a perceptible lack of creativity thats setting into it like gangrene. In the bigger scheme of things, its a relatively young genre that seems to have aged quite poorly before its time.
Nobody can accuse the Japanese of being boring when it comes to their hobbies, interests, and obsessions. Anyone who dabbles in Japanese culture or frequents import shops can tell you that not only do the Japanese create all of the coolest toys, they also come up with some of the funkiest, craziest, and most off-the-wall stuff youve ever seen.
Parents should resist picking up Power Shovel. While it appears from the cover to be a game that most young fans of construction equipment would want to check out, mastering the controls is going to be astronomically far above the heads of most children. Unless youre shopping for an older […]
Parentsare recommended to pick up the game since its easy enough for most children of gameplaying age to get into, the characters are cute and likeable (gotta love Klonoas Pac-Man hat), and there's not a single offensive thing on the entire disc. It's the total package for the game-buying parent. […]
I'm very glad that Klonoa 2: Lunatea's Veil was released. Heck, forget released how about the fact that it was even developed? Its a good game, but my reasons for being so glad to see it run deeper than that. Its all about platforms, really.
I definitely think Chi nailed it when he said that Twisted Metal: Blacks strengths lie in its refinement, rather than in anything innovative.
After reading Dale's coverage of Final Fantasy Chronicles and being assigned the task of doing the Second Opinion, I was strongly tempted to simply write "Ditto" and call it done.