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Final Fantasy IX Great for All Ages
Final Fantasy IX goes back to its cartoony roots, setting aside the gorgeous characterizations of FF8. While FF8 was like playing characters in a well done anime movie, FF IX has you controlling rounded, playful looking characters that give the game
Armored Core 2 not quite solid
When we got a Playstation 2, the first PS2 game we put into it was Armored Core 2, by Agetec. This game style is definitely one we enjoy a great deal. Unfortunately, it appears they rushed this game out the door a bit too quickly.
Orphen: the annoying little sister of the PS2
I love role playing games, and the Playstation 2 graphics were incredible on some of the other games we´ve played. When I popped Orphen into the CD player, I was really expecting something spectacular. Unfortunately, the game didn´t quite live up to
Evergrace: A good idea behind a PS2 RPG
Evergrace is a traditional action/RPG game that suffers because it is one of the first releases for the new PlayStation 2. It is expected to contain high quality graphics and sound, and unfortunately it has neither.
Eternal Ring for the PS2
I´m a huge RPG fan, and got this immediately for the PS2. You are Cain, son of a noble father who wishes to help the King. A typical beginning, and unfortunately the first-person shooter graphics are also of Playstation-One quality, hardly taking adv
Moto GP - a dream motorcycle game
This game is GREAT fun if you´re any sort of race-game enthusiast. We ride motorcycles and got this immediately to see how well it did. We were extremely impressed.
Spyro 3 - Year of the Dragon
This is the third in the Spyro-the-dragon action game series, and it´s definitely the best. In addition to Spyro you get to control a number of other characters, each with its own moves. Agent 9, the Space Monkey, is perhaps my favorite!
You Don't Know Jack Mock 2: A Review
still remember when my sister first introduced me to You Don´t Know Jack when we were out on Nantucket. It was a blast, and we spent the evening laughing our fool heads off.
Kessen Shines on the PS2
I love feudal Japan, and this game is just about perfect. Historical accuracy, incredible graphics, superb gameplay. If you´ve got a PS2, this is the game to play!
Tekken Tag Tournament: A Review
With Tekken Tag Tournament on the PS2, the characters are fluidly smooth, the backgrounds are INCREDIBLE and the combinations of moves for each character both reflect the personality of the fighter and are executed flawlessly on the screen.
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