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3.77 stars 3.77/5 Stars Average score of 13 user reviews spread across 0 releases and 0 DLC

The Only Thing We Don't Have To Fear Here Is F.E.A.R. Itself 0

Oh F.E.A.R. 2, you could have been so many things. You turned out to be so many things, but unfortunately so few of them are good. You placed players in the role of a new hero. This hero belongs to a new squad and with that new squad comes an almost entirely new cast of characters. Hardly anyone returns from the original F.E.A.R. and that is disappointment number one. You aren’t scary most of the time and none of your spook sequences ever amount to anything. That is major disappointment number t...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

As good as it could be, but lacking a bit of what it should be. 0

YS(pronounced "iiiish"): The Ark of Napishtim is the sixth installment in the YS series, and picks up three years after the conclusion of YS V which debuted on the SNES about 14 years ago. So, if you've never heard of this series that’s probably why. If you do remember this series, and are still playing games, have no fear as everything you both loved and hated about the previous titles is intact one hundred fold. The story goes something like this. You once again don the guise of red haired her...

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Epicly Ball Grabbing 0

Every once in a great while a game comes along which captivates its players to no end, and when the end is over, continues to hold them. Seldom is this game an old quasi remake/port. However, Mario 64 DS is such a game. If you asked me around this time a little over ten years ago if I would ever be captivated my Mario 64 again, as I had finally finished collecting all 120 stars in January of 1997, my answer would probably have been a very strict “no.” Yet here we are ten years later with that sa...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Easily The Most Hilarious Game in Years! 0

XY/XX Feel the Magic is a quirky Japanese puzzle game and SEGA's first release on the Nintendo DS platform that anyone who can remember feeling awkward, and/or doing something stupid around that significant other, will immediately feel at home in. The entire game is animated in a 1960's Deco art style and is a random series of mini games with a love story that could only come from Japan tacked on. The easiest way to describe XY/XX Feel the Magic, not to promote drug use, but it’s like a good aci...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

A Fun Puzzler Best Used For Killing Time Between Other Things. 0

Hexic is best described as a fun little puzzler that is good for killing spare time between other events and activities. In Hexic, your goal is to move sets of three hexagons so that each hexagon in the set matches up with three or more hexagons of its corresponding color. When you do this the matched hexagons disappear, the hexagons that were above them fall to fill the empty space, and an appropriate number of new hexagons is generated and fall down on top of the pile. Hexagons generated when ...

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Not For Everyone, But Amazing None The Less. 0

Xenosaga Episode I is sort of a spiritual successor and prequel to Xenogears, which debuted on the Playstation 1 back in 1998. If you remember Xenogears, you know it was a Squaresoft title, and Xenosaga is brough to us via Namco. The reason for this is the creators of Xenogears left Square in 1998, after the Xenogears project was completed, in order to make their own company so they could carry out the Xenosaga Project. Xenosaga consists of six episodes, the first four of which are everything le...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

A Disappointing Continuation... 0

Xenosaga Episode II Jenseits von Gut und Böse is the second installment in Namco’s epic Xenosaga series. Jumping into Episode II without having played Episode I isn’t the greatest idea because the game begins during the Miltian Conflict, which takes place fourteen years before the start of Episode I, and then picks up promptly where Episode I left off with the Elsa making planet fall on Second Miltia. Everyone who was present in Episode I is back in Episode II. However, those who had the spot li...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

The Conclusion to the Greatest Narrative RPG of our Time! 0

Xenosaga Episode III: Also sprach Zarathustra is the third and final episode in Monolith’s epic Xenosaga series. If this sounds strange to you, you’re right. Xenosaga was originally slated to be six episodes long. However, due to the overwhelmingly poor sales and response to Episode II, Namco, Monolith’s publisher, pulled the plug on the project. The end result is Xenosaga has been cut short, and its developers have crammed everything they had finished for the later episodes into Episode III in ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Don't Believe The Hype 0

Let’s cut to the chase, shall we? What we have here in Epic’s Gears of War is nothing shy of an overly hyped brain dead gore fest. In Gears of War you play as Marcus Fenix, a big overly buffed badass, with an even more badass attitude and peanut sized brain. Fenix is all about brawn and no brains, which seems to be something all the characters in Gears of War share in common. The Game opens with Fenix being busted out of a military prison where some not so great things have been taking place. Fe...

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A Must Play For ALL PS2 Owners! 0

Final Fantasy X is Squaresoft’s first installment in the long running Final Fantasy series to grace the Playstation 2 generation. With the change to a new generation, Final Fantasy X deviates from the traditional Final Fantasy formula, changing it in a number of ways. For instance, you play as young Tidus, a star athlete in Final Fantasy’s underwater soccer/basketball sport Blitz Ball. However, unlike in previous Final Fantasies where the main character was silent and only communicated through s...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Strange in a Good Way 0

If Animal Crossing and Harvest Moon were to get together, trip on acid, and make a baby, then that baby is Chulip. Chulip is a bizarre adventure game that was released several years ago in Japan and has just now been translated and brought to the states by Natsume. Chulip is an innocent and simple title in that it’s about kissing, only kissing, and nothing but kissing. Chulip is also very weird to say the least. Chulip’s story goes like this. You and your poor father move into the slum that is ...

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The Most Epic Online Adventure of Our Time!!! 0

World of Warcraft (WOW) is Blizzard Entertainment’s Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game (MMORPG) that has been nothing short of a runaway success. After spending some time with it, it’s pretty easy to see why and how this monstrosity has ensnared over nine million gamers and growing. What separates WOW from other online games such as Diablo 2 and Guild Wars is its massively multiplayer nature. What this means is that unlike other online games, when you log into WOW and pick a server t...

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Charlie's Angels+Final Fantasy X = Final Fantasy X-2. 0

Final Fantasy X-2 is Squaresoft’s first attempt at making a full blown sequel to an installment in the long running Final Fantasy series, and can be summed up on one simple equation: Final Fantasy X + Charlie’s Angels = Final Fantasy X-2. In Final Fantasy X-2 you play as Yuna, Final Fantasy X’s summoner extraordinaire. The story picks up two years after the end of Final Fantasy X and the defeat of Sin. With the Calm now settled over Spira, the people have become obsessed with unlocking the secre...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.