Excerpt: Eternal Sonata , known in Japan as Trusty Bell: Chopin no Yume , focuses around a fantasy world created in a dream of dying pianist and composer Frédéric Chopin. The game features a wonderful cast of characters, engaging combat, beautiful artistic designs, and a masterful soundtrack.
Excerpt: Frédéric Chopin was a genius at the piano, and is known as one of the greatest composers of all time. He died in 1849 when he was just 39 years old. Something about Chopin's incredibly memorable piano pieces must have possessed tri-Crescendo to set Eternal Sonata for the PlayStation 3 in Chopin's...
Excerpt: When one thinks about musically themed video games, Dance Dance Revolution and Guitar Hero are generally the first things to come to mind. Rhythm games based around rock 'n' roll, disco, techno, and other modern styles of composition are the norm, so when Tri-Crescendo decided to base not just a...
Conclusion: I’m glad to see Caesar IV; it shows the series is still able to show the rest of the genre a thing or two. It leaves once again a lasting impact and shows the real depths city building can go to and how strategy counts all the way.
Conclusion: The game is an amazing masterpiece, definitely worth playing again, even immediately after just completing it. Even if it's just to finish off a few side quests like the EZI items / score pieces, or to get an elusive achievement for your list.
Excerpt: The wind screams across a desolate, uncivilized, barren wasteland. I raise my spear and colors, then drive it into the ground as I exclaim "I claim this land in the name of Rome." It scares the hell out of the cat every time I do it, and my wife looks at me funny.
Excerpt: Start out as a governor and end the game as an Emperor. Tilted Mill took the Caesar franchise and did something I didn't think was possible — they made it better. Like the old saying goes: "Sometimes a change is just what you need to light a fire in your pants.