sin and punishment: successor to the sky

a review of Sin And Punishment: Successor To The Sky 『罪と罰 宇宙の後継者 』tsumi to batsu: sora no koukeisha (japanese title)
a videogame developed by treasure
and published by nintendo
for the nintendo wii
text by tim rogers

3.5 stars

Bottom line: Sin And Punishment: Successor To The Sky is “a veritable monster pancake stack of delicious, sticky frictions.”

four warriors of light: final fantasy side story

a review of Four Warriors Of Light: Final Fantasy Side Story 『光の4戦士〜ファイナルファンタジー外伝』hikari no yon senshi: final fantasy gaiden (japanese title)
a videogame developed by matrix
and published by square-enix
for the nintendo DS
text by tim rogers

3 stars

Bottom line: Four Warriors Of Light: Final Fantasy Side Story is “a nice little game.”

tetris

a review of Tetris
a videogame developed by alexey pajitnov
and published by probably every software company ever
for any device with a screen
text by tim rogers

4 stars
#30

Bottom line: Tetris is “psychology.”

canabalt

a review of Canabalt
a videogame developed by semi secret software
and published by semi secret software
for the iOS App Store ($2.99)
play the full game for free at canabalt dot com
text by tim rogers

4 stars
#31

Bottom line: Canabalt is “Super Mario Tetris.”

noby noby boy

a review of Noby Noby Boy
a videogame developed by keita takahashi and friends
and published by bandai-namco games
for the sony playstation 3 computer entertainment system
text by tim rogers

4 stars
#32

Bottom line: Noby Noby Boy is “delicious eye taffy”

THE ACTION BUTTON DOT NET MANIFESTO: A LIST OF THE THIRTY-THREE BEST GAMES OF ALL-TIME

a review of The Action Button Dot Net Manifesto: A List Of The Thirty-three Best Games Of All-time
a videogame developed by Action Button Entertainment
and published by Action Button Dot Net
for Action Button Dot Net
text by Action Button Staff

4 stars

Bottom line: The Action Button Dot Net Manifesto: A List Of The Thirty-three Best Games Of All-time is “a list of the thirty-three best videogames of all-time.”

FINAL FANTASY VII

a review of Final Fantasy VII
a videogame developed by Square
and published by Square
for the sony playstation computer entertainment system and windows 95
text by J. Jonathan Brett

3 stars

Bottom line: Final Fantasy VII is “probably the closest Square has come to making a worthwhile game.”