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Hi everyone. Finals are approaching and final papers are piling up. I still have tons of reading to do, it's getting hotter, allergies are killing me, ARGH! But I love you all very much, so I give you reviews. You like, ja? Ja! So let us begin.

First we have reviews for PlayStation. Reader Locke has a review of Final Fantasy VII and it's quite good. I sometimes thinks he should rename himself John Locke, for he doth ponder many things in his reviews. Hush and read the review here.

Next we have reader Abe's review of RPGMaker. I've actually gotten quite a few questions from readers about the game, and I hope that this review will help clear things up (seeing as how mine didn't, apparently (-_-). Read it here.

Finally new reader Evapilot has a review of Ubi-Soft's awesome port, Grandia II. I like the game, I like the review, I like all of you (cept those who send flames) so read the review here.

That's all for this time. Send in some retro reviews! I've got a hankerin for an update (and also a Shining Force II review from Locke that I need to put up). Get cracking!

Date Updated:
April 24th, 2001
Time Updated:
7:12 PM
Sensei Phoenix





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