Ten More Reviews
Okay Toonsters, you know the drill, and this one's commin at ya from all directions.
First, on the Playstation front, we have reader Drexle's review of the Atlus produced Japanese RPG, Soul Hackers here, as well as another review of the ever popular Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete written by reader Robert Boyd, located here making it tie Xenogears as the most reviewed game on RPGFan! Congrats Lunar!
From the rings of the Saturn, we have a review by our own editor Jaime of the awesome strategy game collection, Langrisser Dramatic Edition up here.
On the old-school side, we have editor Commodore Wheeler's review of the classic Lunar: Eternal Blue for Sega CD over wait for it... here.
On the even older-school side, we have some SNES reviews: Crono has been so kind as to review the truly classic Zelda: A Link to the Past here as well as Taito's Lufia and the Fortress of Doom here, while reader Mista Kefka brings us his opinions of Enix's Star Ocean here.
What? Haven't had enough old school yet? Well, let's kick it into overdrive with a review I forgot to mention when I put it up (muchos sorries) Chrono's (not Crono's) review of the Game Gear RPG Defenders of Oasis right up here, and the classic Gameboy title, Zelda: Link's Awakening by editor FF located here.
But you all look like you need just a little bit more review niftiness, so I'm hittin ya with the oldest school review I have, Abe's review of the NES classic, Star Tropics sitting and waiting for you to read it here.
Now, keep sending in those reviews, boys and girls, you don't want me to get soft now, do ya?
July 5th, 1999