Excerpt: Sigma Star Saga has been on my to get to list for some time now. I may have even put a note down when it was first released on the Gameboy Advance. There are some interesting nuances to this role playing game. First off players gain experience through mini space shooter levels.
Excerpt: Sigma Star Saga takes the unusual step of attempting to combine two extremely disparate genres - RPGs and Side-Scrolling Shooters. While the end result is not without charm, there are a number of flaws in the nuts and bolts of the combat system which make the game difficult to enjoy, the biggest of...
Summary: In a world bereft of original ideas the easiest way to innovate is to mix two things that have nothing in common and make something new in the process. Coffee, the world's favoured caffeine boost and hot source of business meeting energy, have it with chocolate, mint, hazelnut and even caramel but...
Excerpt: You know, I'm really starting to hate the Game Boy Advance. Every time I get it packed up and put away, I hear about some new game sneaking in under the radar that I have to play. Every time I think that its library has officially run dry, there seems to be just one more thing for me to check out.
Excerpt: Oftentimes, the tail end of a console's life cycle is when some of the coolest titles come out. This goes without saying, since by then, developers have gotten to know the console hardware inside and out and know how best to exploit its resources.
Summary: As an Earth Federation double agent, combine “gun data” to customize powerful weaponry, then take to the skies to discover the mystery of the Six Planets and defeat the evil Krill in the first ever space shooter role playing game.
Excerpt: Years ago, an alien force paid Earth a visit and destroyed most of the planet as we know it. Content with the destruction, they left us behind to nurse our wounds. Now mankind is itching for revenge. We’ve studied this other race, and we’re confident that we can kick their butts if they ever return.