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Partytime! Without All of that Annoying Waggle! 0

  You Don't Know Jack has been around for a long time, but has been absent in modern console generation until now. Jellyvision, famous for their hit-or-miss trivia cavalcade, has brought us seven hundred and thirty questions ripe for the answering.        Jack Attack!: Potent trivia knowledge required, or it'll ruin just about everything for you.  The gameplay here is standard fair for YDKJ fan, with Cookie Masterson returning as disembodied hostess with the mostest, and several returning triv...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Solid Card-Based Strategy For PvP, Not PvC 0

Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D’s Decade Duels is the first YGO game available on the 360, and the second card-based XBLA title to be released. Promising a comprehensive catalog of cards and online play, there was plenty to get excited about.    Get used to the preliminary bracket. You'll be seeing it a lot. Decade Duels offers some of the best gameplay of a Yu-Gi-Oh! title in its duel system. It feels a lot faster than some of the latest handheld games, and looks good for what it is. The animations are simple, bu...

21 out of 22 found this review helpful.

Final Fantasy XIII: Great Aesthetics with Forced Training Wheels 0

Final Fantasy XIII, according to developer Square Enix, was the most anticipated title of all time. And, in a lot of ways, it was supposed to be. FFXIII is arguably the largest JRPG title on the Xbox 360, and the Final Fantasy franchise has obtained a certain level of prestige over the years. This was supposed to do for RPGs of this generation that Final Fantasy VII did years prior for the original PlayStation. Unfortunately, its lofty goals were short in almost eve...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Persona 3 FES: Altus Taking The Reigns of JRPG's King 0

Persona 3 wasn’t even on my radar back in 2008 when it was released. My PS2 had been thoroughly caked in dust for months due to an exponentially worsening disc laser. In the summer of 2009, two friends had told me that they’d purchased this relatively unknown JRPG for $8.99. Needless to say, because the price was right and I’d have people to talk to about this older title, I picked it up along with Persona 4. Two playthroughs, a complete persona compendium, 99% of the quest...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.