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Archive for the 'SONY PlayStation' Category

• Vandal Hearts

developed & published by Konami 1 player / SONY PlayStation / 1997.3.27 Konami threw its hat into the turn-based strategy RPG arena with Vandal Hearts on the PlayStation, an unusual move for a publisher that had virtually no genre experience or reputation. Perhaps as a result Vandal Hearts makes no attempt to reinvent the wheel, […]

• Alundra 2

developed by Matrix Software, published by Activision 1 disc, 1 player, 1 save block / SONY PS1 / 29.02.2000 Alundra 2 ditches the 2D visuals and dark subject matter of the original in favor of 3D graphics and a comical adventure story. However, the action RPG game play of the original is largely kept intact, […]

• Alundra

developed by Matrix Software, published by Working Designs 1 player / 1 CD-ROM / PlayStation, PSN Classic / 31.12.1997 On the surface Alundra looks like a garden-variety Zelda clone, but at heart it shares more in common with Landstalker (SEGA Genesis), featuring challenging jumping puzzles not found in the Zelda franchise. That’s no surprise as […]

• Tail Concerto

developed by CyberConnect, published by Atlus 1 player / 1 CD-ROM / PlayStation / 3.11.1999 CyberConnect’s Tail Concerto is a cute little 3D action platformer for the original PlayStation starring anthropomorphic dogs and cats designed by Nobuteru Yuki (probably most famous for his character designs in the television series Escaflowne). It’s the first game in […]

• The Divide: Enemies Within

developed by Radical Entertainment, published by Viacom 1 Player / 1 CD-ROM / PlayStation / 1996 A hunted race of advanced A.I. beings leaves Earth in search of a new home in The Divide: Enemies Within. After your mothership releases probes on an alien world, the local wildlife goes berserk and you and your partner […]

• Tail of the Sun

Tail of the Sun: Wild, Pure, Simple Life is a strange but immensely enjoyable game if you approach it with the right mindset.

• Chrono Trigger

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.

• Threads of Fate

Threads of Fate isn’t exactly mediocre, but there are some issues with its controls and level design that leave something to be desired.