• [NSFW] Final Fantasy Tactics (PS1)

    A fan of the Final Fantasy series? Maybe not after you play this one...

  • Retro Game Challenge (DS)

    Amidst all the hyped up major releases last year, you may have missed an odd little gem known as Retro Game Challenge. I still occasionally see copies of it huddled together, peering longingly from th

  • Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days (DS)

    Hello, my name is Lizo. Even though I'm Paul. No, I know, this is confusing—stick with me here. I, i.e. Lizo, have just finished playing Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, and it seems like a review is in o

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    Eternal Sonata (X360)

    Eternal Sonata had a lot of promise. Not only was it a much-needed RPG on the Xbox 360, but it looked like it was going to break the J-RPG mold by blending action-RPG elements with a turn-based RPG fr

  • Wild Arms 3 (PS2)

    J-RPGs are a reason to live. There are four to five CDs of great music in every title, whole books of elaborate philosophy in the system information, and absolutely no concept of restraint in the char

  • Dragon Warrior (NES)

    Take care and tempt not the fates.

  • Lagoon (SNES)

    The atomic bomb. Man's greatest achievement. Like, ever, man. I mean, what else can blow up as much stuff as the atomic bomb? And, certainly, one can see that man's sole purpose in this universe is to

  • Final Fantasy Legend III (GB)

    About as related to Final Fantasy as Final Fantasy Mystic Quest.

  • Lufia & The Fortress of Doom (SNES)

    Yes, that's right: the Lufia series didn't start at II. While the second game might have been substantially more original than its predecessor, Lufia The Fortress of Doom is a fun game in its own ri

  • Breath of Fire (SNES)

    I remember somehow enjoying Breath of Fire when I first played it. Having played it again recently, I can't imagine why. What changed my mind about this Final Fantasy ripoff? Let's review! Yes, yes—