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Can you believe it? I'm back again! Please, hold your applause. We've got system-spanning reviews, from Super NES to a Playstation review. We've even got a Saturn review (Import, actually) so let's begin.

Our Playstation game review comes from reader Longinus, and it is of Game Arts' much talked about RPG, Grandia. Go here to read all about it.

Next up is a review of an import Saturn title, Slayers Royal 2. Thanks to editor Jaime for the review of Kadokawa Shoten/ESP's anime-based RPG. You can read it here.

Moving on, we've got another review of Looking Glass' hit PC Action/RPG, System Shock 2. This one comes from our new editor Tortolia, who will be doing reviews for the site from now on. Check it out here.

Now we come to some old school reviews. Mad props to reader Patra for his review of Nintendo's classic action RPG, Zelda: A Link to the Past which you can read here. Ups to reader Sl0th (spelled S-L-zero-T-H) for his review of an import SNES game, Sailor Moon: Another Story. Take a looksee here to read it. And finally, I'm givin a shout out to reader Crono for his review of a personal favorite of mine, Quintet/Enix's Soul Blazer. Check it out here.

Well, that's it for tonight boys and girls. It's late and I have a Japanese final tomorrow early in the morning, so until next time, keep those reviews coming!

Date Updated:
December 13th, 1999

Time Updated:
7:42 PM


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