PlayStation 3 Archive

  • For a very long time, JRPGs have been one of my favorite genres. I’ve played several of the Tales games, a large number of Final Fantasy games, Dragon Quest, a […] 1

    Review: Record of Agarest War 2

    For a very long time, JRPGs have been one of my favorite genres. I’ve played several of the Tales games, a large number of Final Fantasy games, Dragon Quest, a […]

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  • I enjoy strategy RPGs. Some of my favorite games include the Fire Emblem, Disgaea, Advance Wars, and Final Fantasy Tactics series. Given this, I thought Vanguard Bandits would provide a […] 0

    Review: Vanguard Bandits

    I enjoy strategy RPGs. Some of my favorite games include the Fire Emblem, Disgaea, Advance Wars, and Final Fantasy Tactics series. Given this, I thought Vanguard Bandits would provide a […]

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  • Both Ico and Shadow of the Colossus are PS2 classics that have been hailed for their depth despite possessing very little dialogue. While both games lack a lot of dialogue, […] 0

    Review: Ico & Shadow of the Colossus Collection

    Both Ico and Shadow of the Colossus are PS2 classics that have been hailed for their depth despite possessing very little dialogue. While both games lack a lot of dialogue, […]

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  • The original Portal was a masterpiece. After such a work, Valve’s attempt at bringing a full-scale sequel was highly anticipated. Unfortunately, that means that Portal 2 has the awful fortune […] 0

    Review: Portal 2

    The original Portal was a masterpiece. After such a work, Valve’s attempt at bringing a full-scale sequel was highly anticipated. Unfortunately, that means that Portal 2 has the awful fortune […]

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  • Yakiniku Bugyou is a Japanese cooking game that was originally sponsored by a Japanese grill restaurant known as Gyu-Kaku and released on the PS1. Now it’s available as an import […] 0

    Review: Yakiniku Bugyou

    Yakiniku Bugyou is a Japanese cooking game that was originally sponsored by a Japanese grill restaurant known as Gyu-Kaku and released on the PS1. Now it’s available as an import […]

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