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    Gamertell Review: Kingdom Hearts 365/2 Days for DS

    by PJ Hruschak on Dec 30, 2009 at 09:01 AM

    Sure, it may seem promising with a new Panel system, multiplayer elements and Disney characters and settings but Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days is marred by awkward controls, a slow pace and confusing role-playing elements. Click through to find out why… Continue Reading »

    Square Enix announces stylin’ Final Fantasy XIII sweepstakes

    by Janine Dong on Dec 18, 2009 at 09:38 AM

    Even though Japan is currently enjoying the release of Final Fantasy XIII for the Playstation 3 (released on December 17, 2009), American fans aren’t being left out in the blistering winter cold this holiday season. On December 23, 2009, Square Enix will kick off its Continue Reading »

    Final Fantasy XIII will include virtual online shops

    by Christian Morlotte on Nov 30, 2009 at 11:58 PM

    Final Fantasy, one of the most acclaimed role-playing game series, is gearing up to debut its latest installment with Final Fantasy XIII. This long awaited sequel will feature innovations in different areas of the game as well as some impressive visuals. One of the main areas getting a revamp is… Continue Reading »

    10 best unintentionally educational games

    by Jenni Lada on Nov 9, 2009 at 07:34 AM

    Video games are often berated for the lack of educational content found in them. They’re often considered a waste of time. But, if you look closely, even games that aren’t slapped with the edutainment label or feature educational material can be teaching valuable skills to the people playing them. Gamertell’s… Continue Reading »

    Square Enix announces three Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers preorder deals

    by Jenni Lada on Oct 27, 2009 at 01:48 PM

    Square Enix has just announced the preorder offers for Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers, which seems appropriate since the game will be out December 26, 2009. Like most companies, there isn’t going to be one set preorder deal. Depending on where you order your copy of the game,… Continue Reading »

    My love-hate relationship with RPGs

    by Jessica Moen on Oct 25, 2009 at 07:07 PM

    I love role-playing games. They are definitely my favorite type of video game. I love that you can visit villages, do side quests and work along with some crazy people. Unfortunately, there are some elements that I just hate including level grinding, hard bosses and un-skippable cut scenes, just to… Continue Reading »

    Eight things I’ve learned from Dissidia: Final Fantasy

    by Jenni Lada on Oct 7, 2009 at 07:08 AM

    Dissidia: Final Fantasy is, inarguably, a fantastic game. At the same time, it shares a commonality with other Square Enix games. There are things in the game that just don’t seem to make any clear sense. Or at least, they wouldn’t make sense in a real world situation. But that’s… Continue Reading »

    Gamertell Review: Dissidia: Final Fantasy for PSP

    by Jenni Lada on Oct 5, 2009 at 07:13 AM

    2009 is an amazing year for PSP games. Thanks to Square Enix, NIS America and Atlus, current PSP owners and those who’ve chosen to adopt the PSPgo have had a substantial selection of games to enjoy. Dissidia: Final Fantasy, a fighting game with RPG elements, is easily among the top… Continue Reading »

    Final Fantasy XIII is finally its way (in Japan)

    by Jenni Lada on Sep 8, 2009 at 06:02 PM

    There’s finally a light at the end of the tunnel for Final Fantasy fans who’ve been eagerly awaiting the arrival of Final Fantasy XIII. Even better, it’ll be out on the PS3 this year. The Japanese debut is December 17, 2009, and it was announced at the Final Fantasy XIII… Continue Reading »

    Opinion: Mira and her tonberries are dead ringers for Etna and her prinnies

    by Jenni Lada on Jul 22, 2009 at 09:18 AM

    As I began playing Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles My Life as a Darklord, I was faced with an overwhelming sense of deja-vu. Not from the gameplay. No, the way the tower defense title is executed is quite original and refreshing. It was the characters. The bratty, teenage girl with delusions… Continue Reading »

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