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M. Munroe

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (45 of 45)
Location: England, Manchester
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,145,611 - Total Helpful Votes: 45 of 45
Final Fantasy IV (Nintendo DS) by Square Enix
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An epic adventure, 22 Feb 2009
Final Fantasy IV is the first volume in the series of games that truly feels like the Final Fantasies we've come to love today; it provides all the features an FF game needs to make us cherish them: an epic story, likeable characters with depth and fun, strategic battles.

You play the game as Cecil, a Dark Knight who is captain of the kingdom of Baron's airship fleet "The Red Wings", Cecil begins to doubt his king's violent demands of obtaining crystals from different nations and also doubts the purity left inside of him; an epic journey of redemption, revenge, retribution, and sacrifice begins. Cecil performs one last task for his king, to redeem himself after feeling guilt for… Read more
Final Fantasy III (Nintendo DS) by Square Enix
3.0 out of 5 stars A decent game, 21 Feb 2009
One of the biggest disappointments of Final Fantasy III is the lack of an interesting plot, and more importantly - boring and shallow characters. Interesting plot and characters is what makes grinding experience bearable in FF games, the excitement for the next plot or character development compels you to grind; although little to no grinding is needed in any of the newer titles. I'm not saying the plot wasn't good for its time, but for today's standards it really isn't going to interesting anybody - not even a hardcore FF fan. Square Enix didn't completely omit the fact that the original SNES characters had 0 personality though. The four main characters were given a unique look and a hint… Read more
Chrono Trigger (Nintendo DS) by Square Enix
44 of 44 people found the following review helpful
Chrono Trigger was originally released in Japan way back on the Super Nintendo in 1995, then shortly afterwards it received a North American release. It was also ported to other consoles in the same regions later on, but only now has Europe got a port of it.

The game has indeed stood the test of time, almost everything about this game is perfect:

The games story starts out simple enough, Lucca; a friend of Crono invents a short distance transportation device and demonstrates it at the "Millenial Fair." A girl whom Crono recently acquainted tests the machine, it malfunctions however because of the pendant she's wearing. The malfunction creates a time gate and this is… Read more

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