Saturday, December 12, 2015

My Final Fantasy VII Remake Hype and Some Concerns

So we finally got a glimpse on the current status of the game. This game opens a lot of opportunities for SQEX to drain our pockets and wallets. I'm excited to get this game, play it and re-live FFVII's epic and fun moments in HD! But I read about SQEX's method in making and releasing this game...

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Metal Gear Solid V Review Part 3: Metal Gear Online 3

A Free Multiplayer Add-on that Gives More Value to MGSV:TPP
Finally, I've got to play Metal Gear Online, the free add-on competitive multiplayer content for the game Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. This is the third MGO, the first one is on MGS3, the second on MSG4 (by the time I got my PS3 and MGS4 I can't download it via its P2P download method) and now the third version is in MGSV:TPP. I've never had a chance to play the past two versions but they say the Versus Ops experience in Peace Walker is similar to MGO on MGS4. Now on to the review!

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Why Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain is Not Perfect.

I played and reviewed MGSV:TPP. The game's great and can be very addicting, the single player campaign took me more than 150 hours just to finish all missions. You'll get your money's worth in this game while most games with the same price only gives short gameplay time. But there are stuff that makes The Phantom Pain not perfect.

This contains major spoilers, don't read this if you haven't played and completed the game.

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Metal Gear Solid V Review Part 2: The Phantom Pain

A Shining Diamond Rough at the Edges
This is the larger part of the cake. MGSV:TPP is said to be 200 times larger than MGSV:GZ. The Phantom Pain is the last Metal Gear game made by Hideo Kojima and Kojima Productions. This is an expensive game to make and costs around 80 million dollars. By playing this game, I can say that Kojima Productions used the game development budget well. This game probably completes the whole Metal Gear Solid saga.

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Metal Gear Solid V Review Part 1: Ground Zeroes

A Small Slice of a Bigger Cake
This is the first part or the "tutorial" part of the whole MGSV game. This should have been free or included in The Phantom Pain, but Konami and Kojima Productions decided to cut this Ground Zeroes part and released it as a separate game. My question is, why?

Friday, September 4, 2015

BioShock Review (PS3)

Underwater City of Insanity
When I heard of the game BioShock, two classic games comes to my mind: System Shock and System Shock 2. I played those two games when I was a kid, but I didn't beat them because those two games are so scary and got complicated controls, especially System Shock. Anyway, BioShock have similar, but improved, gameplay mechanics to System Shock 2 which is good.

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker HD Edition Review

It Feels and Plays Like a Numbered MGS Title
MGS: Peace Walker is a sequel to MGS3: Snake Eater and the second PSP MGS game (not counting Metal Gear Acid) after the non-canon game, Portable Ops. Peace Walker received an HD treatment and is included in the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection/Legacy Collection.

Thursday, July 23, 2015

The Third Birthday Review (PSP)

It's Twisted
The Third Birthday is the third installment of Square-Enix's Parasite Eve series and the return of the game's heroine, Aya Brea. This game is planed as a mobile game and later became a PSP game.

Thursday, July 16, 2015

Final Fantasy X-2 Review (PS3)

Sphere Hunting Girls and Dresspheres
This is the continuation of a great classic JRPG, Final Fantasy X. This is kinda of an odd-ball game, because of its much brighter and fun story but it reveals a dark past about Spira and Zanarkand. Now, if you want to play this game, you may (or may not, your choice) throw away some stuff that you knew about the first game, because some things here have changed a bit or drastically.

Friday, April 17, 2015

Final Fantasy X HD Review (PS3)

This is the Game's Story... erm... Review
Ahh! The 10th Final Fantasy game. Originally released for the PS2 before the Squaresoft and Enix merger. It is now released for the PS3 and PSVita (and soon on the PS4) as part of the FFX HD Collection. Can a great classic prove itself once more in this current gaming generation?