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Three Editor Reviews

Greeting, greetings, greetings review fans. It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood and a wonderful day for reviews, especially those of the editor persuasion. I've got three firsts here, reviews of the domestic copies of some popular RPGs, so let's not dawdle.

First up, for PlayStation, we have my review of Working Designs' remake of the second chapter in the Lunar series, Lunar 2: Eternal Blue Complete. I didn't like it as much as Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete as you'll see by my scores. Check out my review here to see who should and should not buy this game.

Next up we've got another review by me (I've been an industrious little firebird), this time of a Dreamcast game, namely Ubi-Soft's port of GameArts' Grandia II. This time, I liked the sequel better than the original. Truly a game worth playing. Check out my review here.

Finally, a review not written by me. Editor TSG brings us his review of Yu Suzuki's Dreamcast opus, Shenmue, and he does not seem to like it all that much. His complaints are valid, though, and I've heard them before. Check out his review here.

That's it for today and probably for a week or two. Like I said, expect changes to the reviews section and the site as a whole. We think you'll be pleased with them. Till then, wear your hardhats and pardon the mess.

Date Updated:
January 12th, 2001

Time Updated:
9:29 AM


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