Oct 31, 2007
Hang on, isnt Wario supposed to be the Nintendo character whos all about the cash? Were only asking because having played numerous games where the fat yellow AntiMario jumps through hoops just for a sniff at a chest of treasure, its strange to see somebody steal his main personality flaw, and do it so extravagantly.
In the Rosy Rupeeland, Tingle is money. The rupee is the only language anyone is willing to speak, and our hero actually bleeds the stuff whenever he gets hurt in a
Exploring a dungeon, gaining experience, finding items; these should all be an easy source of fun. But after playing From the Abyss, why do we feel so cold, so unfulfilled?
Oct 23, 2007
Square Enix is dusting off its large collection of giant robots and compacting them for the Nintendo DS for a compilation package that offers a deep gameplay experience with immense replay value. A repackaging of its NES and PSone Front Mission games, this DS compilation offers tons of gameplay for the thinking man (or woman). Managing and manipulating mechs is as enjoyable as it ever way, and with the unique capabilities of Nintendo's handheld system, it's much more
For anyone getting disheartened with the slew of impenetrable Japanese language RPGs and action adventures, whose insurmountable and squiggly language barriers have you weeping katakana tears of frustration, fear not. While youll be scrolling through some screens of kanji dialogue between the stern-faced early-90s action-style heroes of Front Mission 1st, every single drop-down menu command is written in English. Finally - an import game thats actually
Puberty has blessed you with a metal arm and leg. You tell people you're "the closest thing to God there is." Your man-child adventures have been painstakingly hand-drawn by subservient throngs of Japanese artists. Now, your devotees can press buttons to electronically relive your harrowing exploits in Fullmetal Alchemist: Dual