Advance Wars  was a great game. How do you compete with that? Some might say, “You can’t!” Others might encourage you to build on the existing foundation and make something different, but good in its own right.
So what path did the makers of Advance Wars: Black Hole Rising choose? Oh the mystery! Intelligent Design, the developers behind this and other quality games have a fine pedigree. But pedigree does not necessarily insure success. Go and check out what happened.
It’s a fine example of SRPG fun with great pixel graphics and an analysis that sports a fantastical dedication to cosplay! Few SRPG franchises have the longevity or consistent quality of Fire Emblem. It’s got pirates! See for yourself!
Looking for a challenging game with bird people, beast people, and a guy who can beat you with a stick? Look no further than Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance for the GameCube. The Fire Emblem franchise has been releasing quality games to American shores since Fire Emblem  on the GameBoy Advance. Path of Radiance continues that tradition.
This game supplies plenty of fun tactical RPG action. There’s also a lot of good cosplay for it, and our take shows plenty. Be thrilled and entertained by our cogent analysis and by people dressed up like birds, cats, and a dreaded black knight.
Want to know what elfin archers do when they get mad? Then look no farther than Land of Legends! It’s got elves, gnomes, vampires, and just about every fantasy class ever invented.
Land of Legends is a small indie game that proved to be more fun than its size. It implements some innovative mechanics that make for a fun and thought provoking game experience. Does it perhaps have too much content? Yes. Will you see what elf archers do when angry? Look below…
Looking for a game with man-sized cat people? Look no further than Suikoden Tactics! Be thrilled with a game overflowing with playable characters. It’s got man eating plants, goat girls, and a group of pirates who think the game is about them (but its not).
“I want pirates! Waaaah!”
Suikoden Tactics has an impressive amount of content, and is a high quality game from first-tier developer Konami. It’s a long running franchise, but this is its only SRPG entry. It also has dragons—although it will take work to see all the dragon content. Did we see ALL the dragon content? No. Does the game have a creature in it called golem? Yes. Does the final boss make about as much sense as fighting an evil eye? Yes!
Be thrilled with the adventures of kids who can summon dragons! And like most super-powered people in Japan, they are high-schoolers. Summon real virtual dragons. Summon really real non-virtual dragons. Frolic in an environment that looks like Tron. Battle in an environment that looks like something your little brother made in the backyard sandbox.
Dragon Drive has an impressive genetic customization mechanic for modifying your dragons. Did we figure out how to use it? No! The game is in Japanese. Did we still enjoy the game? Yeah. Will you enjoy our analysis and humorous dialogue for the in-game characters? Yes!