There are very few games that inspire the sort of emotions that Final Fantasy VI does. For many old-school RPG players, this was the game that defined the 16-bit generation, and to this day there are still fans devoted to picking every single nuance of FFVI apart. Now, almost 13 years since its original release, Square-Enix has seen fit to reissue the game for GBA, complete with extra content to give fans something to drool over. While its not as amazing as it was when it was first released,
Nov 16, 2007
The Final Fantasy for everyone. That's a promise likely to make hardcore fans fear for this spin-off from the epic PS2 game, but while it's definitely not in the same league of complexity as last year's FFIII remake, it's undeniably a more immediate
Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light isn’t really a Final Fantasy game. Don’t let the name fool you. Granted, the sizable series has had its share of evolutions and regressions over the last two decades, but 4 Heroes, more often than not, strikes out its own path in ways the main series never has before...
Until about five years ago those outside Japan never got a chance to play the Fire Emblem series which began on Famicom in 1990, but with the one-two punch of success for Smash Bros. and Fire Emblem’s sister series Advance Wars,
Nov 12, 2007
We would love to be able tell you that with diligent practice at Flash Focus: Vision Training in Minutes a Day, your powers of vision will grow freakishly, allowing you to dole out Bruce Lee death chops to those in your periphery, astonish police sketch artists with your photographic memory, and spot cleavage in New York from your deck in San Francisco. Look closely at the following text: Sorry, it aint gonna happen.
Just as expecting spiritual sister Brain Age to morph you into
At first glance, Flipper Critters initiates its intended response: Awwwww… and we even had to edit out a couple ws. The characters and presentation exude adorability - headed up by our plucky heroes, Tiger and Monkey. As their quirky adventures unfold youll celebrate birthdays, tend to a cows clinical depression, and even take a trip to the moon - all through the magic of, uh,
It’s always a plus when the States receives a game that previously was a Japanese exclusive (on PS2) for nearly seven years. However, the gameplay in the crime-solving adventure Flower, Sun and Rain could have most definitely stayed there. That’s not to say the game is bland.
If, like us, you once spent an entire week on Football Manager solely scouring African semi-professional teams for the next George Weah, Football Director is going to feel like swapping corporate hospitality at Old Trafford for a Mars Bar and a cup of tea in the Screwfix Direct.
Did nobody heed the warning of Jurassic Park’s Dr. Ian Malcolm – aka Jeff ‘The Fly’ Goldblum – when he said that reviving extinct species for our own amusement might be just a teensy bit wrong?
Dinosaurs fascinated a lot of us as kids. But the basic, unavoidable truth is that theyre extinct (you, with the Nessie t-shirt in the back - don't say it). And because we unfortunately have no way of traveling back in time to interact with (read: get eaten by) these amazing creatures, we must rely upon movies, books, and games like prehistoric Pokemon-clone Fossil League to satisfy our desire for dino