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FF8 and FF Mystic Quest Editor Reviews

Ohaiyou gozaimasu, genki desu ka? It's your ole buddy SP here again with another review update. We're spotlighting two Final Fantasy games in this update, along with a new editor! Let's take a look, shall we?

First up, we've got another editor review of Final Fantasy 8. It seems even the editors can't write enough about this game. Tortolia's written this one, and you can find it here. I'll tell ya, I only started the game (about a month ago) but when I do finish, no reviews from me on it. Bleah!

And secondly, we've got a blast from the past, a review of an oldie, Square's Final Fantasy Mystic Quest. Check it out here. This review also marks the transition of longtime reader reviewer, Chrono, to a full fledged reviews editor. He's now Musashi and will be writing reviews for older games that didn't get any/much coverage on this site before. Welcome aboard, oh brave fencer thou!

Well, that about wraps it up for this update. However, as a side note, the results of this month's site activity are in, and it seems that the reviews page ranks only 6th most viewed in the site. And only the Playstation Review page is in the top 30 most viewed pages out of all the review pages. So come on, everyone! Refer friends, colleagues, and belgian breakfast foods to the reviews pages! Next month number 1, baby!

Date Updated:
February 2nd, 2000

Time Updated:
2:14 PM


Sensei Phoenix


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