I don’t throw around the term masterpiece often, as so few games deserve such hyperbole. Chrono Trigger, however, has managed to stand the test of time and remains one of the most beloved video games ever made.
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The Metroidvania design is really starting to show its age, but Portrait of Ruin checks all the boxes of a good action game.
The Legend of Zelda – Spirit Tracks is the 2nd in the series for the Nintendo DS. It improves on the previous game in key areas while adjusting the old formula in surprising ways.
Professor Layton & The Diabolical Box provides at least 20 hours of puzzle-solving fun, on top presenting the player with an engaging whodunnit.
Being the remake of an 8-bit Japanese RPG, Dragon Quest IV is a fun jaunt down memory lane for retro gamers while updating the design to more modern standards for newcomers.
The Nintendo DS remake of Final Fantasy 4 is how remakes ought to be done.
Final Fantasy III was the last of the untranslated Final Fantasy titles to reach the rest of the world. It was finally released as a remake for the Nintendo DS.
Zelda – The Phantom Hourglass returns the player to seafaring adventures in the cel-shaded world of The WindWaker. While not as challenging as previous entries in the Zelda series, this is an adventure any fan won’t want to pass up!