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Review: Wario Land 4

So far in this generational backlog I’ve reviewed titles from the GameCube, Xbox, and Playstation 2. All of these are great home gaming systems. But I would be amiss if I neglected to give some...

Remembering the Game Boy Advance

Lately on this site I’ve focused heavily on games for the Xbox, GameCube, and Playstation 2. But the turn of the century didn’t just usher in the release of new home consoles, it also provided...

Review: Final Fantasy VI

Here we are with the third and last Final Fantasy title in the 16-bit era, Final Fantasy VI. This game also marks the end of the “number confusion” debacle. Originally released in the US as...

Review: Final Fantasy V

Onward with the 16-bit Final Fantasy playthrough, we have one of the more obscure entries in the early series, Final Fantasy V. Again, this is another title that was not available in the US upon its...

Review: Final Fantasy II

Man oh man, where to begin. Final Fantasy II is an interesting game to review. First of all, it did not see an official release of this game in the US until sometime around 2001...

Review: Final Fantasy

   I know that recently I’ve spent a little time covering random new releases such as Sleeping Dogs and Tomb Raider, it is still a main focus of mine to re-live my early gamer days...

Review: Mega Man & Bass

Next up in the series, we have Mega Man & Bass. This is a title that was originally released in Japan on the SNES, but didn’t see the light of day in the USA for many years...

Review: Castlevania – Aria of Sorrow

Today I review the last entry in the GBA line of Castlevania games; Aria of Sorrow. This game continued the “castleroid” trend. So as far as originality goes, the formula is starting to get a...

Review: Castlevania – Harmony of Dissonance

The next stop on the Castlevania series is another GBA title; Harmony of Dissonance. I was EXTREMELY excited when this title was released because it is actually a direct sequel to Castlevania II – Simon’s...