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Threads of Fate Editor Review

Well greetings everybody! Your old pal SP back with a vengeance, ready to terminate with extreme prejudice anyone who gets in my way. Then again, I guess I shouldn't be prejudiced, let alone extremely so. But enough Political Correctness garbage, I've got a review update here today to warm you all up for something totally off the wall tomorrow!

Yes, we've got editor StahnMahn's review of Square's second Summer of Adventure title, Threads of Fate up today. Anyone interested in getting the game should check it out as it tells it like it is, bro'. It can be found here.

But that's not all folks, oh no no no! See, for all of you who were smart and read this update instead of just clicking on the link on the main page, I'll give you some "inside" info on a major review development! Sometime tomorrow (and I can't just tell you WHEN, that would ruin the surprise!) we're going to have a review of the Square game everyone's been clamoring to know more about.

Yup, that's right, we're going to have our first review of Final Fantasy 9, written by our own Commodore Wheeler. We're talking the full lowdown on battle system, magic, music, graphics, story, control, all of it. It will be, in a word, some really dope ish, G!

So go check out the ToF review and remember to keep checking the site tomorrow. The update could be anytime...

Date Updated:
July 29th, 2000

Time Updated:
4:52 PM


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