Posts tagged RPG
The Year of the Turn-Based Strategy Game

Trevor takes a look at some turn-based strategy games that you can get your hands on now. Could this be the year for the turn-based strategy game?

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Fable Anniversary coming this Holiday Season!

Earlier today Lionhead studios announced that fans of their fantasy epic, Fable, will be able to get their hands on an HD remake of their initial installment in the series this holiday season. For those who only played the version available on the original Xbox, you can look forward to the journey you already know and love, as well as the extended content that was available on the PC, Fable: the Lost Chapters.

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What is Hellraid? Techland provides some answers

Techland has released a slew of new information today about their upcoming zombie game Hellraid​ and it sounds pretty interesting. Before today, we hadn't heard a lot about the game except that it was in development and it looked to be a first-person action game set in medieval times starring zombies. ​That sentence right there may already have you sold on the game, but it seems there is a lot more to it. 

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RUMOR: Tales of Symphonia HD Remastered

​The Tales of ​series has been quite successful in the West especially for those it pertains to. Tales of Symphonia is probably the most successful out of the bunch, which is fantastic considering the 15+ games within the series. Having been released originally for the Gamecube 10 years ago, the West might finally be able to revisit Symphonia or enjoy it for the first time for PS3.

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Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Review

First of all, I am a huge Studio Ghibli fan that enjoys the wonderful animated movies the company creates. Classics like Princess Mononoke, Spirited Away, Howl’s Moving Castle and more have played a great part in tempering my love for these types of movies. When Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch was announced for the PS3 as an exclusive, I knew from the start the game would be an instant classic for me. After having my hands on the game for quite some time now, everything about this title practically screams Studio Ghibli and I love it! Level-5 and Studio Ghibli did an amazing job with Ni No Kuni; even though it can be overbearingly childish at times. Make no mistake however…the child like charm works in the game’s favor.

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Final Fantasy IX Review (PSN Version)

One of my favorite Final Fantasy games

Unlike most of the other Final Fantasy games I’ve played, Final Fantasy IX has been the only one I never completed. I had the honor of borrowing it from a friend years ago but the last boss proved too difficult, causing me to give up. Now, years later, I’ve downloaded the game from PSN to beat it once and for all. After finally completing it, I can official consider IX to be one of my favorites in the series.

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Final Fantasy IV Review (SNES Version)

The second Final Fantasy to come to the U.S is actually the fourth.

It’s a blast from the past back in the day when Final Fantasy games use to have a simple concept. I stumbled upon my Final Fantasy IV cartridge when I was looking for something to play and do you want to know something? I’ve never played this game once even though I had it for about 12 years. A shame really since I consider myself a fan of the Final Fantasy series. For my very first playthrough, I must say that I am thrilled to have finally played it.

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Super Mario RPG: Legend of The Seven Stars Review (SNES Version)