• 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

  • Wolfenstein 3D (JAG)

    "Achtung, baby..." — Adolf Hitler, 1939 at Wilhelmshaven.

  • Metroid Prime 3: Corruption (Wii)

    For a bold, nearly flawless take on the "other" major Nintendo brand for the next generation, the Metroid Prime games really don't seem to be as popular as they should be. I still remember this game h

  • Super Mario Bros. 3 (NES)

    Super Mario Bros. introduced him and made him a star. Super Mario Bros. 2 stretched his range and opinion and made him an icon. Super Mario Bros. 3... ...secured his legacy. If Super Mario and his bro

  • [NSFW] Super Mario Bros. 2 (NES)

    I was asked back when I did the other Super Mario super sequel if I considered this game canonical. It was a good question, considering I no longer even consider my life canonical at this point.

  • [NSFW] Super Mario Bros. (NES)

    Inspired by a historic debate on the hills of GameCola Capitol, where 22+ comments were left showing our seven readers that me and Jeddy just don't see eye to eye, I'm covering the first Mario trilog

  • Chains (PC)

    This is a first for me. After years and years of reviewing videogames through various channels and formats, through wild, unpredictable, untamable prose and skits and songs and haikus and diatribes an

  • La Pucelle Tactics (PS2)

    Strategy RPGs piss me off. It takes 20 minutes to do even a simple battle, you get virtually no exploration, you don't get to strengthen or balance your party but you DO have to micromanage everything

  • Breath of Fire III (PS1)

    More like "Breath of Fresh Air" III...except without the three part, since I didn't much care for the first two. Let me tell you a little story. The year was 2001, and people were living large, fast,

  • Final Fantasy IV (DS)

    I am a huge ***damn Final Fantasy IV fan; haven’t you noticed? I owe nothing short of my life and love to this simple and intimidatingly deep game (17 years later, I’m STILL finding new stuff about it). I literally believe God talks to me through this game, and I don’t give a shit what you … Continue reading "Final Fantasy IV (DS)"