a review of FolksSoul -Ushinawareta Denshō- Folklore outside japan)
a videogame developed by game republic
and published by sony computer entertainment
for the playstation 3 computer entertainment system
text by tim rogers

2 stars

Bottom line: FolksSoul is “destined for the bargain bin in six months' time”

Castlevania II: Belmont’s Revenge

a review of Castlevania II: Belmont's Revenge
a videogame developed by konami
and published by konami
for the nintendo gameboy
text by Ario Barzan

3 stars

Bottom line: Castlevania II: Belmont's Revenge is “black and white and sort of great all over.”

Puzzle Quest

a review of Puzzle Quest
a videogame developed by 1st playable productions
and published by d3 publisher
for the nintendo DS
text by Alex Felix

2 stars

Bottom line: Puzzle Quest is “tethered to the wall over your toilet.”

the legend of zelda: the phantom hourglass

a review of The Legend Of Zelda: The Phantom Hourglass
a videogame developed by nintendo
and published by nintendo
for the nintendo DS
text by tim rogers

3.5 stars

Bottom line: The Legend Of Zelda: The Phantom Hourglass is “the best reason so far this year to breathe continuously through your mouth for twenty straight hours”

Secret of Evermore

a review of Secret of Evermore
a videogame developed by square usa
and published by squaresoft
for the super nintendo entertainment system
text by Ario Barzan

4 stars

Bottom line: Secret of Evermore is “kicking ass and writing symphonies at the same time.”


a review of God Hand
a videogame developed by Clover (RIP)
and published by Capcom
for the sony playstation 2 computer entertainment system and the sony playstation network
text by Christian McCrea

4 stars

Bottom line: God Hand is “Beat them up. Beat them all the way up.”

The Beast Within: A Gabriel Knight Mystery

a review of The Beast Within: A Gabriel Knight Mystery
a videogame developed by sierra on-line
and published by sierra on-line
for dos, macintosh and Microsoft Windows
text by Brandon Parker

3 stars

Bottom line: The Beast Within: A Gabriel Knight Mystery is “the best movie I ever played.”