Arc Rise Fantasia is a game that received something of a bad deal when it was localized, and even now hasn’t been experienced by many. ...
Europe has opened the gates to Pandora’s Tower, unleashing its contents on the region. RPGamer bravely ventures inside to face the darkness within.
The Last Story has arrived for the European leg of its world tour. Should it fill the stadiums, or will it disappoint its eager fans?
Towering Above It truly is a shame that the situation regarding the western release of Monolith Soft’s Wii RPG, Xenoblade Chronicles, threatens to overshadow the...
After about a year in the making, RPGamer finally has its first review of Arc Rise Fantasia. Okay, it didn’t really take an entire year. Regardless, read and find out how well Imageepoch’s first console title fares.
Back in the holiday season the latest Crystal Chronicles game was released to a mostly tepid reaction. As it turns out however, not everyone hated it, and one such person has a review to throw your way.
With the crowd of big releases this month, XSEED and tri-Crescendo’s atmospheric Wii game ended up taking a backseat. How did it turn out? Read on to find out.
Announced before the Wii launched, gamers have been waiting for The Crystal Bearers for quite awhile. Wonder what Square Enix was working on for that long? After completing it, so do we.
It’s been a very long time since I posted anything on here, but unlike my review for Final Fantasy Chronicles, I shouldn’t merit a lynch mob this time. Peace, all!
A party RPG is a new idea, but is it a good idea? No. No it’s not.
Pain is my friend. I like my friend, and I like sharing him with others! This review is for all mankind.
Is anyone in the mood to lose some hair? What about to sweat buckets without even needing to move? If so, I might just have the perfect answer to your questions!
If there’s one thing that movies have taught us, it’s that aliens need to be blown up, burned, shot, and maimed in whatever unnecessarily brutal ways available.