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Location: That Metal City, KS, USA
Birthday: June 18
In My Own Words:
If you're wondering why I'm on your list, it's probably because I recently changed my name... I use the pseudonym 'Axel Law' now.
It's been a long time since I've done reviews, but I'm going to write them more regularly. And I also have a different approach that I'm working on.
On November 3, 2003, I wrote a review of Xenogears and it went like this:
"Out of all the RPG fansites and magazines and such, you'll find many RPG fans adoring this particular game. Xenogears is a decent game and it's a shame that it wasn't released under a Greatest Hits collection like the horrible Chrono Cross has. Still, I find myself finding this game to be far from great. Being somewhat of an RPG fan (I use "somewhat" very loosely), I find myself disappointed but also intrigued. Read on or face the fires of Hell:
This game has a REALLY good storyline, and we get a main character that's unique in the sense that he doesn't want to fight, but he knows… Read more
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Final Fantasy 6, a.k.a. Final Fantasy 3 on the SNES, was a great success. Many magazines like GamePro and EGM have praised it for its rich plot and complex scenarios. Nintendo Power even called it "the RPG hit of the decade." Fans of the Super Nintendo and RPGs rejoiced over how great this game was, and with a slew of other RPGs on the system like Chrono Trigger, ActRaiser, and Nintendo's A Link to the Past, a lot of fans---myself included---generally regard this period as one of the best video game production times of our generation, if not THE best.
Along comes the Sony PlayStation. For some, this marks the end of the Golden Age of classic video games. I don't entirely… Read more
Star Trek The Next Generation
Episode 95 - "The Drumhead"
Written by Jeri Taylor
Directed by Jonathan Frakes
Spencer Garrett as Simon Tarses
Henry Woronicz as J'Dan
Bruce French as Sabin
Ann Shea as Hellen
Earl Billings as Admiral Henry
Cameron Oppenheimer as Ensign Kellogg
And Special Guest Star:
Jean Simmons as Admiral Norah Satie
"Next Gen" feels like a "coming home" type of show to me. I managed to catch it early on in my childhood and have a lot of warm, fuzzy feelings attached to it. Because of my love for the original Star Trek at a very young age, the new show---that is, new at… Read more