Easily one of the Saturn’s best games, Legend of Oasis manages to separate itself from the hordes of Zelda clones with many unique ideas and fantastic execution.
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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.
Final Fantasy Tactics remains one of the most celebrated strategy RPGs – so how does its little brother on the Game Boy Advance hold up?
All aboard the hype train! Sin & Punishment: Star Successor is coming out soon, so let this Q&A whet your appetite.
Final Fantasy 5 was a Japan-only game for 7 years, and it took even longer for this, the definitive version, to arrive on the GameBoy Advance. Don’t pass up the chance to play this classic RPG.
During the Gamecube era Nintendo partnered with a number of big developers including Konami, Namco, and SEGA. F-Zero GX was the best game to come out of these partnerships.
The Metroidvania design is really starting to show its age, but Portrait of Ruin checks all the boxes of a good action game.
Threads of Fate isn’t exactly mediocre, but there are some issues with its controls and level design that leave something to be desired.