So I have officially concluded the first chapter of Final Fantasy Tactics, which details the events prior to the battle at Orbonne. I decided to write up what my current thoughts on the mod are.
A simply-titled hack by Esco for one of the best entries in the Castlevania series, Symphony of the Night, the sequel to Rondo of Blood where Adrian Fahrenheit Tepes, better known as Alucard, lays sie
Anyone who's played Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 will know the frustration that some of the challenges can bring. A particularly annoying challenge is the cold blooded pro X challenges, which involv
Following the battle with Wiegraf he announces a startling fact, Dycedarg was a major player in the kidnapping of the Marquis Elmdor at the hands of the Death Corps, Delita and Ramza barged into the w
So I took several bashes at Wiegraf, eventually succeeding. The flaw in my tactic was the fact that my knights simply did not have enough MP to effectively break all the enemies to the point of helple
Well, boredom struck and I decided to expand my horizons and write reviews on various hacking tools I've played with to get them some more exposure. These'll probably be short and to the point.
Yes, it has been a good year for the gaming industry and fans. Release of blockbusters and much hyped titles, but it is by no means over yet! There are some MONSTER titles to come and when I say monst
Some people might be scoffing at my usual tactic in FFT, thinking "Why don't you just run in and kill them all?", well, I'm going to explain that in a bit of detail.
In preperation for this battle, I levelled up my characters a little bit, and I changed Aska from a blackmage with Item to a Whitemage with Spell Absorb of the Oracle job class.
Sorry for the long delay, I got really sick and I had to take time off, but all is right with the world now. Now, we have a second epic battle against Miluda of the Death Corps.
Bioware has once again proved that when it comes to role playing games they have no equal. Their latest offering Dragon Age Origins was released simultaneously for all major platforms; Xbox 360, Plays
Imagine a bunch of scientists cooped up inside an underground facility trying to cook up the recipe for creating the perfect biological weapon but instead inadvertently unleash a lethal virus called T
Know what? Screw the spoiler-free policy. FFT is nowhere near as good if I don't explain the storyline. I'll sum it up so you can keep track of what's going on. Hoo boy, this is gonna be a long one.
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