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Back during the 91-92 period of the SNES's infancy, there were a lot of great games. The leap from the NES to the SNES was awe-inspiring for those of us young gamers who had been happy with our old 8-bit console up until then. Games like Final Fantasy II (at the time, IV now a days), Super Mario World, Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, and so on were just incredible. And we thought Super Mario 3 was awesome. Pfft, that got thrown off the shelf to make way for the new 16-bit era!One game that ...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
The early-to-mid 90’s set the stage for one of the most beautiful production company and development studio relationships to exist in video games with the pairing of Japanese companies Quintet and Enix. While their first game, ActRaiser, a mesh between classic platforming and Sim City style urban planning, was an insanely fresh, original idea that would lead to their eventual ‘Quintology’ it wasn’t until the release of their next title that the duo would really show thei...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
What do you think of when you hear the word, 'Enix'? If you're a video game fan, you probably think of Dragon Quest. That may be Enix's most successful RPG franchise, but they actually released a number of quality action-RPGs for the SNES during the 16-bit era. When it comes to action-RPGs, Enix is most famous for ActRaiser and Illusion of Gaia, but few people know of the title that was released in-between those two gems. A relatively unknown title released in 1992 known as Soul Blazer actual...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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