Phantasy Star Review

In the 1980s role-playing video game series were beginning to blossom. On the Nintendo Entertainment System, there was Final Fantasy and Dragon Warrior. For gamers who had the Sega Master System, there was one clear choice above the rest. In 1988, Phantasy Star was developed and published by Sega. Gamers were blown away by itsContinue reading “Phantasy Star Review”

Sudeki Review

An exclusive RPG landed on the original Xbox when Sudeki was released in 2004. The action-focused fantasy was developed by Climax Studios and published by Microsoft Game Studios. Four heroes must transverse through different realms and unite together to defeat the God of Darkness, Haigou. Let’s put our magical staffs together and unite some realmsContinue reading “Sudeki Review”

Final Fantasy II

The original Final Fantasy was a success on the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1990. As it turns out there was nothing “final” about these fantasies as Square continued to produce them. Final Fantasy II was released in Japan in 1988 but would not see a release in the U.S. until Final Fantasy Origins for theContinue reading “Final Fantasy II”

Final Fantasy

By: Tiger Chainsaw Originally released in 1990 in North America for the Nintendo Entertainment System, Final Fantasy was anything but “final”. Square developed the game while Nintendo published the fantasy epic-adventure RPG that began the hit series. Since the release on the NES, Final Fantasy has been rereleased or remastered 19 times. The version IContinue reading “Final Fantasy”

Persona: Revelations

If you love JRPGS, it’d be a shock if you hadn’t heard of the series “Persona” the wildly popular series made Atlus. It’s a spinoff of the series Megami Tensei but has since gone on to produce numerous games and sequels. It all started in 1996 when Atlus developed and produced “Persona: Revelations” for theContinue reading “Persona: Revelations”

Child of Light

Developed by Ubisoft Montreal and published by Ubisoft, Child of Light was released in 2014 for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii U. Child of Light would receive an updated version for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch showcasing its beautiful water-colored graphics. A beautiful game doesn’t always equate to a greatContinue reading “Child of Light”