A real step up from Ys V, but Falcom hadn't quite reached the series' resurgence point yet.
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Insomniac's return to the world of first-person shooters has its moments, but is as plagued by pacing issues and sameness as it is browns and grays.
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A modern re-release of a 90s shooter that combines names and console versions into one unified game.
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The game deserves a second chance, and today's technology is better prepared for what it had to offer, too.
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The 3DS doesn't have a massive Virtual Console library, but what's there is largely essential.
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Treasure's first game remains an all-timer nearly three decades later.
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If you ever wanted to kick an attack helicopter while playing as Street Fighter's Cammy wearing roller skates, then do I have the game for you.
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Shake shake!
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Pencil sketches who can throw whatever, including each other, makes for a fun fighter that's better with friends and/or enemies.
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There are few singular games more vital to the success of video game consoles than the original Dragon Quest.
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Maybe the reason North Americans think the Sega Saturn lacked games is because so many of the great ones never made it out of Japan.
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Before there was Kirby and Lololo, there was simply Lolo.
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