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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,573,103 - Total Helpful Votes: 27 of 29
Final Fantasy Tactics Advance: The Official Strate&hellip by Future Press
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
I buy guides after I've been through the game to see if there is anything left to dig out.
Generally they tell me little I didn't know already, and the production values are 'adequete' at best.
This book however is an excellent buy! I've had FFTA since the day it came out, and there are lots of things uncovered by this book that I simply had no idea about. This guide has me looking at some jobs and combos in entirely differnet ways.
You get a sizeable tome for you money, but not a page is wasted. Class combos, missions lists, some great art, how to structure you map even!
And the production values through are excellent. Superb colour, clear setout, and a good prose… Read more
Baldurs Gate: Dark Alliance II (Xbox) by Acclaim
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Okay, you've played the first game and get pretty much what you had in the first: great graphics and sound, hack and slash fun, as many enemies as you can shake a stick at.
But the flaws of this game outweigh the good stuff.
When the game first starts the goblins will try to outflank you 'ah', you think, 'they've tarted up the AI'. But no, this brief glimmer of intelligence is all too soon forgotten for the routines of old: fighters rush to bash head on, archers and spell casters attempt to keep their distance.
As you begin the levels are *much* larger than the original, but once you pass the midway point some of the levels are tiny, and the only (and it must be said,… Read more
Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising by Nintendo
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Sure, it is turn based, sure your tanks, infantry and troops bob merrily up and down to the cutsy music, but this is a fantastic strategic wargame!
I was derided by my PC owning friends for buying a GBA to play a stategy game, but I keep having to wrestle it off them so that I can have a go.
The game features simple, but varied missions available in campaign mode (which has some quite funny scripting and double entendres), vs play against CPU or link ups against other GBAs
You have a variety of units: from naval landing craft to attack helicopters - and each varies in its strengths and weaknesses. And you have to use them in combinations to succeed - no good having a… Read more

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