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Aksys Games, a publisher of interactive entertainment products, proudly announces Mimana Iyar Chronicles, coming Spring 2010! This PSP title will be available on UMD and as a digital download on the PlayStation Store. The same writers of Lunar series and Tales of Destiny 2 wrote the story for this game, and the gameplay has been developed by veteran RPG-makers Kogado Studios and Premium Agency, RPG fans in the US will finally get the game they
Inkvaders is a 2D sidescrolling shooter from Chillingo. Its in the app store for $0.99, a great buy for this release! There are definantly some things to note about this game though. It is definantly not for everybody. The gore may make it unplayable for those with a weak stomach, and younger players, and the repetitiveness of the game may turn away those who like more in a game. So read on for all the details.
Hybrid: Eternal Whisper is made by Gamevil, the same people that brought you Zenonia and Baseball Superstars. In this round of new RPG’s, Gamevil decided to make something new to revolutionize the RPG world on touch screen devices, and by-golley I think they’ve done it! The way the game plays, in my opinion, is one of the most simplistic, boring, and repetitive games I’ve ever played on any mobile device ever!
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In 2002 Square Enix released Final Fantasy XI Online, disappointing most Final Fantasy fans. FFXI aquired quite a lot of players as it expanded and competed with World of Warcraft. For current fans such as myself, the disappointing conclusion was that World of Warcraft beat FFXI outright, and by far.
Square Enix put too much difficulty into FFXI for players to pick it up and start having fun. It took until about level 40 to begin enjoying the game, moving away from the newer players, and start learning more in depth what the game was all about. If you could make it there, you just might get addicted, but its biggest problem was Teamwork. Everything you did in FFXI required help from a group of up to 6, and sometimes larger. With the release of FFXIV sometime in 2010, those ropes holding back Final Fantasy fans will be broken. Final Fantasy XIV will have a lot more focus on single player game play, in fact when it comes to leveling, they will be using an entirely new system that does not contain experience points.
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