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Review children, hear my call! We'se got editor reviews, and that's not all! Your ole pal SP back today with some editor reviews that have been hiding in my to do box, including a Dreamcast review by Commodore Wheeler. Now that I've finished Chrono Cross (drool, great game) I can get... ON WITH THE REVIEWS!

First up is aforementioned Dreamcast review by CW, namely Climax's Time Stalkers or as I like to call it, the game formerly known as Climax Landers. Now, before I go on, let me say that our favorite Commodore didn't quite like the game, so if you're a die hard Climax fan with a fragile sense of happiness, avoid it. However, for those of you who want to know the real deal on this muttha, check out the review here.

We've also got some reviews from Musashi! Hey, they're old school, but still bangin'. On the menu we've got Enix's Illusion of Gaia which you can read here and reviews of both Ogre Battle for SNES and Ogre Battle Limited Edition for PSX. The first was by Enix, the second released by Atlus. Fafafa. They're here and here respectively.

Okay, that's enough for today all you loveable review nuts! However, by eerie coincidence, both Tortolia and I have Chrono Cross reviews on the way, and I know that MINE will be very flattering. As a sneak preview, I suggest you all go out and play Chrono Trigger, then play Chrono Cross and be happy. Later you wacky people.

Date Updated:
August 24th, 2000

Time Updated:
11:32 AM


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