Tagged: PS2

Atelier Iris 3: Grand Phantasm Review

Collect the eight gems and have your wish granted. While this sort of thing has become somewhat clich? in games and anime, this common starting point can be built on to create something very interesting and unique indeed.

Ar tonelico: Melody of Elemia Review

For centuries, humans have expressed themselves through music. Soulful tunes reach out and envelop the listeners in a variety of emotions: joy, hope, fear, and sadness. What emotions await you in Ar tonelico?

Final Fantasy XII Review

Four years of waiting, several delays, and quite a few changes once hindered Final Fantasy XII from reaching North America, but now the game has been flung to the public to be picked apart and devoured. At last, RPGamer hands down the verdict on Ivalice’s Judges.

Disgaea 2 Review

After trying a lot of new things with games such as Phantom Brave and Makai Kingdom, Nippon Ichi Software finally decided to revisit the success of Disgaea with a sequel.

Atelier Iris 2: The Azoth of Destiny Review

Felt and Viese have enjoyed a peaceful life on the floating island of Eden. Unfortunately, this peace is ruined when some of the holygrounds of Eden suddenly begin to violently fade away.

Grandia III Review

The latest incarnation of the Grandia series hits shelves in a few days. Come see if Grandia III is grand, grandiose, or a little bit o’ both.

Graffiti Kingdom Review

Prince Pixel has found the graffiti wand and can now draw creatures and turn into them. But to what end do these drawings serve? Can they defeat the evil demons? Is it worth defeating the evil demons?

Arc the Lad: End of Darkness Review

The previous games in the Arc the Lad series have been tactical RPGs, but things are different this time around. Are these changes for better or for worse?

Atelier Iris: Eternal Mana Review

After a bit of a delay, Atelier Iris ~Eternal Mana~ is finally out, but how did it fare? Is alchemy as much fun as they say? Go read the review instead of this blurb if you’re curious.

Front Mission 4 Review

The latest in mech-smashing games is now heading to a store near you. Having played the game from beginning to end, check to see if it’s worth your money.

Gladius Review

Had Gladius been released a year earlier, it would have easily stood on its own against the field of TRPGs at the time. Needless to say, it wasn’t, but it was still a good game in its own right.

Chaos Legion Review

For all intensive purposes this game was my 22nd birthday present. I could have done better. As stated in the review, however, anyone who was mildly interested in Devil May Cry (or even Dynasty Warriors, for that matter) should take a look at this title.