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First Editor Review Update of the Year

Greetings all you partied-out review felons! I hope you didn't go crazy on New Year's Eve and wear a lampshade on your head... but if you did, send pics! In any case, I thought I'd help start the year right with some really great Editor reviews. Let's rock.

First up we've got a great review by Commodore Wheeler (what, he has bad ones?) of Atlus' Persona 2: Eternal Punishment. I just bought the game myself, and as a fan of the first Persona I can't wait to rip into this one. Check out the review here.

Next up we've got another great review of a game I got for Christmas (awww yeah, it's all about me, baby ;P) this time by Woojin Lee. It's of Capcom's Breath of Fire IV and it's got some interesting translation notes that are worth reading. Check it out here.

Third, we have Editor Tortolia's return to the reviewing stage after a rather lengthy haitus with an excellent review of Black Isle Studio's Baldur's Gate II. Check out the long awaited critique here.

Finally, editor Musashi brings us a review of Square's Final Fantasy IV for Super Famicom. I loved the domestic version, even if it was made easier. Take a look at the review here.

Okay, I've had a long day, but please, send in those reviews! Next time I should have a reader review update, so there's still time for you all to make it. Have a wonderful new year and pass the aspirin.

Date Updated:
January 2nd, 2001

Time Updated:
8:57 PM


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