Ultimate Match: Final Fantasy IX Vs. The Legend of Dragoon

So, what is the Ultimate Match? It is a new section on the Never Ending Realm where we pit two games against one another. We will judge the games based on visuals, story, music, gameplay, and critical reception, among other categories in order to determine a winner.   Why Final Fantasy IX vs The Legend of… Continue reading Ultimate Match: Final Fantasy IX Vs. The Legend of Dragoon

Bottom 5 Of The Top 10 Best-Selling JRPGs For The PlayStation

Last week, we looked at the very best JRPGs on the PlayStation in terms of sales. This week, we are taking a look at the next five on the list, making up the rest of the top ten best-selling JRPGs for the PlayStation. Once again, this is based on numbers alone since the PlayStation has… Continue reading Bottom 5 Of The Top 10 Best-Selling JRPGs For The PlayStation

Five Average PS1 JRPGs That You Might Have Enjoyed (and Even Loved)

*The criteria used for the selection of the five JRPG titles in this article is as follows: Any game that was scored under an 80 out of 100, but above a 60 out of 100 in its review ‘overall’ tally on the Never-Ending Realm is considered average. Games that appear on the list that have… Continue reading Five Average PS1 JRPGs That You Might Have Enjoyed (and Even Loved)

Throwback Bit Thursday: The Legend of Dragoon

The Legend of Dragoon has been one of the strangest titles that I have ever reviewed. The Playstation Japanese Role-Playing game, released in the year 2000, isn’t a really a special RPG, but it is the one game that I felt was the definition of “Pedestrian” when I first reviewed it, and yet, somehow, it… Continue reading Throwback Bit Thursday: The Legend of Dragoon

The Legend of Dragoon (PS1) Review: A Bad FF7 Clone

Legend of Dragoon arrived on the PS1 with much fanfare

The Legend of Dragoon is an RPG that had seemly everything going for it: Three plus years in development, 100 plus men development team working on its creation, a massive add campaign, and a multimillion dollar budget coming out of the deep financial pockets of Sony itself. With all of this behind it, what could… Continue reading The Legend of Dragoon (PS1) Review: A Bad FF7 Clone