Having only been released on the Super Famicom in Japan in 1995, Dragon Quest VI was recently released on the Nintendo DS, finally completing the time-line for those in the west who've been following since the first Dragon Quest came to be. Read More.
Reviews By Ania Kwak
With all the latest RPGs trying their hardest to out-best the competition, including using cinematics, flamboyant displays of magic, and attacks during in-game combat, it can make one wistful of the RPGs from the Super Nintendo days. Atlus' Radiant Historia is a nice throwback to that time, giving it a refreshing new spin while reminding us why RPGs have become the powerhouse they are today. Read More.
When greeted with cheesy 'elevator music,' exceedingly colourful backgrounds, as well as cartoon-ish graphics, it leaves no doubt that Joy Ride was designed to appease to families everywhere as an alternative to a mere board game night. Read More.