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Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 Plus Review

Posted on 03/28/2013 at 08:34 AM | Filed Under Review

This review sort of reminds of the two ports FROMSOFTWARE did for Tenchu Sans Portable and Tenchu Kurenai Portable on the PSP about a few years ago; Initially, I was disappointed that they weren't planning on releasing them to the west anytime soon. But upon finally playing them I discovered that both games didn't run as well or looked as good as the systems they were originally released on. 

It's a shame really, cause I really would have liked to have, a well polished version of these games that I could play on the go, kind of like the original for release Monster Hunter Freedom and Me and My Katamari.

Capcom Readies Dungeons & Dragons for PSN & XBLA

Posted on 03/18/2013 at 03:32 PM | Filed Under News



Posted on 03/05/2013 at 07:05 AM | Filed Under Feature

I was playing these games just last night, what a coincidence! Having said that, I really don't think, the Lunar series needs to be revisited anytime soon. The reason for that being, what sort of struck me about these two games in particular was how genuinely heartwarming and funny the story was for an RPG, which is what the Lunar series is known for.

Playing these games was sort of akin to watching, a Disney animated classic, targeted for a specific age group that the viewer could watch over and over again.

 Having said that I was genuinely embarrassed showing these games off to my friend’s years later where upon watching the first opening cut scene were the words “In your dreams magical thoughts, all things are real unless you dream there not.”…

This is a game franchise that you really should be passing down to your own children, retelling a coming of age story until they’ve outgrown it.

 With that in mind, I think the re-released version for the iPhone or iPad would be an ideal way to introduce your son or daughter to the world of JRPGs. That is, if they’re young enough to stomach it.

 Now, don’t get me wrong, I’m probably one the biggest fans of Lunar games you’ll ever meet! It’s just that all the loose ends are essentially tied up between the two installments, that there’s essentially no need for a sequel.

Expecting a sequel at this point would be like expecting a sequel to Don Bluth’s animated classic, “The Land Before Time”, which they’ve made several…

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