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A Long, Strange Trip 0

 Before I get any further in this review, I must say that I am not a veteran of the Shin Megami Tensei series. I watched Giant Bomb’s Endurance Run of Persona 4 but that was just watching. This is the first title I’ve actually picked up and played, and I’m glad I did.For those of you who have never heard of the Shin Megami Tensei (referred to as SMT for the sake of shortness) series, it’s an Atlus series that’s older than dirt. There have been so many sequels and spin-off series that even a die-...

1 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Nostalgia with a hint of change 0

I have the memory of a gold fish. When I was eight, I could tell you maybe five things that I remembered, if that. But one of those things I can guarantee is my memory of playing Gold version every single day for almost a year.  I indeed had collected them all, and had the "ultimate" team. I could beat all of my friends, I was the man at that game. Many other versions and updates have come since those Gameboy Color days, to the hardware and the franchise, but I will always have Gold version stuc...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

More of the Different 0

The original Pokemon Ranger brought something new to the Pokemon franchise.  Though previous games had brought new game mechanics to the Pokemon universe, none had changed it quite as much as Ranger.  Circling Pokemon until they were befriended, you could still use them once to do a task.  The sequel to Pokemon Ranger delivers more of the same, yet different mechanics of the previous game.  Circle them, use them, let them go, very simple.  Throw in a crazy gang of criminals and you got yourself ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.