Freaking heck, I can’t believe my Pokémon Ruby review is finally here. I think this was the first GameBoy Advance game I ever played (unless you count some of the Ace Attorney games, since they were originally designed for that console).
Pokémon Ruby Box Art
Where does this place in the series? At the back
How come you didn’t play Emerald? I did, but the game broke about half-way through.
Hello viewers, don’t worry if you don’t understand the meaning of this post title. For today is my Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan review. For those of you not in the know, this is the original, Japanese version of Elite Beat Agents. Yeah.
It’s all in Japanese? Pretty much. Except for the occasional ‘GOOD JOB!’ in one scenario.
Doesn’t this make it harder? The game difficulty is the same, but you have to be a bit creative with what the stories are about sometimes.
Right, I love Layton. But why do they always change the name of the game depending on where it’s released. Today is my Professor Layton and the Lost Future review. That would be ‘Unwound Future’ for those of you who played ‘Diabolical’ rather than ‘Pandora’s’ Box.
Professor Layton and the Lost Future Box Art
Compared to Past Games: An improvement on both.
Even the mini-games? …No. Sorry. That was a lie.
Hi faithful readers!
This was supposed to be posted over at Andrew Radburn‘s site, but it appears to have died. However he is worth following on Twitter, so go and do that.
So, for those of you who do not know – I’ve never played on an Xbox, and never really wanted to buy one. Similar because I’m pretty ‘new’ to gaming and still playing on an old console and catching up on all the good games that have been released in the past 15 years.
However, there are a good many Xbox360 games that have been released over the course of its existence that make me kind of want to get one. Maybe one day.
So I’ll do a list of my ‘top five games I want to play for this console’.
Hi all, it’s been a while, I know. Today I’m going to do one of those rare ‘not a review’ type posts.
I’m going to post about these things: mini-games. Love ‘em, or hate ‘em?
This is one of the better mini-games
Do you remember I loved Final Fantasy XII and loathed Final Fantasy III (the DS version anyway). So here’s a conundrum! It’s Final Fantasy XII… for the DS. That’s right folks, today you get to read a Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings review.
Revenant Wings Cover Art
How is it like FFXII? It has the same characters in it.
How is it like FFIII (DS version): It’s a DS game that seems more trouble than it’s worth.
Guys, guys, this review makes me both happy and sad. Happy because I’m going to review a game I really love, and sad because the parent company went bust (although happy because this game got a UK release but not an American one haha). Enjoy my Last Window: The Secret of Cape West review.
Last Window Box Art
A sequel to Hotel Dusk!? Yes, it was not made public very well after Cing went bust, I didn’t even know this game existed until I saw Kyle’s beautiful face in CEX
Good, bad, ugly? Good and definitely not ugly.
Right, it’s time for me to review quite possibly my favourite PlayStation2 game. Oh yes, this is a Final Fantasy XII review.
Final Fantasy XII Cover
BOO HISS etc: Haters gonna hate
You like this so much why? It’s so customisable and flows very well.
Hello one and all, back to another familiar Mario series. Today I’ll finally do my Super Mario Advance review. Thank you to Julian Kay for lending me this game.
This looks familiar
Wow Mario on the GBA: Sorry, it’s a remake. And by ‘remake’ I mean the exact same game on a GBA screen.
It seems like a whole two posts since I last reviewed a Pokémon game. Here’s my Pokémon HeartGold review.
Pokemon HeartGold Box Art
Woah woah a remake? Yeah, I never played the original
Mudkipz?! No, that’s not this generation.