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Legend of Zelda, The - Ocarina of Time
12-28-12 12:19 PM
| Legend Of Zelda: OoT
As an experienced player of the Legend Of Zelda series, I have been playing this game since I was 7,Which is about 8 years.No matter how much I've played this game I feel as though I don't know what will happen next. OoT (Ocarina of Time) is a beautiful game in so many ways, it can make us feel as though we are all still playing it for the first time and it gives us a challenge we all enjoy. This is the best game I have ever played. This is also the most in-depth game on Nintendo 64 I have played.
My Overall rating of the game is a Whole Ten, as I wouldn't rate just any game a whopping 10, this game deserves it's Honor. The game play is consistent and not too overwhelming, it's controls allow anyone who has never played the game before to easily learn them.You can easily adapt the configurations to a PC controller which improves game quality to players not familiarized with PC games.
Graphics are what attract gamers at first, which given the game's graphics,deserves a Nine. Yes, the game is Polygonal with pointy outlines, but it's how well that this game is made and how much variety there is in scenery. Almost every character you find is unique and individual to one or two areas (Besides main or important ones).
The sound quality of a game is the difference between having a headache for hours on end or a song getting stuck in your head. Just as my rating of Graphics, the Sound quality is unique to each creature. Giving this a ten, I often find myself whistling a Ocarina tune randomly and I enjoy just having fun with the beautiful music.As a musician I can hear the detail of each song.This game has proven that it is beautiful not only in Sight but in Sound also.I gave the Sound a ten,for great quality and variety.
The story of this Legend Of Zelda game is different, you live in a forest of an elven race known as Kokiri, which are secluded to the forest area only.If one of the Kokiri were to leave the forest, the child w... Read the rest of this Review
Kingdom Hearts - Chain of Memories
12-27-12 05:56 PM
| KHCM review
Kingdom Hearts CoM is a lot different than all the Kingdom Hearts and is unique in the battle system that is based off Cards.My overall opinion of the game is that it's a unigue and that I can understand why people would dislike it,Yes it is different, but it is also the only game of it's kind I have ever seen, not many gaming publishers could pull a game like this off. Sure it has low GBA graphics but many GBA games do, and if you've seen other games and watched the opener of this game, then you'd see that it took a while to make this game.
I gave the Graphics a 8,reason: Normally game characters for GBA are not detailed very well and have nothing that catches your eye about them,KH:CoM has a familiar Kingdom Hearts look about it. Given the year this was made it's a fairly impressive game.
The sound is a whopping 10, it is almost like they took sound recordings from the Original KH and placed them inside this game, It doesn't leave you sitting there thinking "That sound is boring and blocky" instead it has an interesting,more down-to-Earth feel.
Addictiveness is an 8, it wouldn't leave me staying up hours on end playing non-stop KH but it definitely will make you want to play more!
Story is a 9. The idea of Sora losing memories is good for a story, it leaves wondering "What is he going to forget next?" or "Which enemy will I face next?" However it's not quite up to par with the other Kingdom Hearts games.
Depth is a 7, the only really customizable part of the entire game is the card system, not much else.
The difficulty is not a factor up until the end, the hardest of parts is possibly (SPOILER) trying to kill enough Heartless to escape Monstro.