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1. Dragon Quest VIII Journey of the
$39.99
2. Dance Dance Revolution Supernova
$19.99
3. Radiata Stories
4. Final Fantasy XI Chains of Promathia
$19.82
5. Star Wars Battlefront
$14.99
6. Sims
$14.99
7. Tetris Worlds
$34.99
8. Yourself! Fitness
9. Shadow of Rome
$19.99
10. Romancing SaGa
11. Magna Carta: Tears of Blood -
12. Sims Bustin' Out
$14.99
13. Front Mission 4
$19.99
14. Robin Hood Defender of the Crown
15. Gladius
$49.99
16. Dynasty Tactics 2
$14.99
17. Future Tactics Uprising
18. Disney's Magical Quest 3 Starring
19. Disgaea: Hour of Darkness
20. Playboy: The Mansion for PS2

1. Dragon Quest VIII Journey of the Cursed King
by Square Enix
Video Game (15 June, 2006)
list price: $19.99 -- our price: $19.99
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Asin: B0009A4EV2
Sales Rank: 220
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • CD-ROM
  • Strategy and role-playing combined - Each level you go up, you'll get new experience points to spend -- you'll also have to seletc the right weapons and magic combos for maximum combat effect
  • Tension system enhances the action - forgo attacking for a few rounds, then build up your power to unleash a multi-hit combo that destroys opponents
  • Special Bonus Disc with playable demo of Final Fantasy XII included!

Reviews (134)

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful, wonderful game for a very low price
Dragon Warrior VIII for the PS2 is a wonderful game. It's Japanese, so it's done in a cutesy anime style, which might put some people off.(Personally, I found it a refreshing change.)
5-0 out of 5 stars Must-play if you enjoy rpgs
I love this game, most of all, for its charm.The characters are so well-animated and cute, when not laugh-out-loud funny.The voice acting is absolutely perfect, the dialogue is engaging.
5-0 out of 5 stars Hours of fun
This game took quite a long time to beat, and you really get your moneys worth. A rare quality in many video games these days. ... Read more


2. Dance Dance Revolution Supernova
by Konami
Video Game (26 September, 2006)
list price: $39.99 -- our price: $39.99
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Asin: B000GH3D1K
Sales Rank: 342
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • CD-ROM
  • Online multiplayer and EyeToy support for the PlayStation2 version
  • Linking feature allows players to share data between the arcade and PlayStation2 game
  • Incredible song library featuring a wide variety of music and smash-hits
  • Enhanced graphics engine delivers colorful 3D backgrounds, music videos, high-resolution graphics, and realistic dancers
  • New game modes aimed at beginner and expert players

Reviews (6)

3-0 out of 5 stars disappointment
I have been playing DDR Extreme 2 for almost a year as a form of exercise.I was excited to hear that a new title, DDR Supernova, was coming out, and I preordered it.I am really quite disappointed in the game.I hate the method of unlocking songs, it doesn't seem to make any sense, and I am not an idiot.The Workout Mode is lousy, the menu is not intuitive and I can't set it the way I want.Some of the new songs are great, but since I can't seem to unlock any new ones I am pretty frustrated.I had no problem unlocking songs etc. with the previous version I own.
4-0 out of 5 stars I like a lot of the songs, but hate the unlock process
I have all the other DDR and DDR-type games for PS2, and am enjoying this one so far, though I really hate the Stellar Master Mode, which you are forced to play to unlock new songs. You can get points to purchase new songs from playing the normal way, but you unlock songs to purchase by playing the Stellar Master Mode, which features all sorts of odd challenges, like strange arrows or arrows that move in odd ways. I play DDR by freshening up my instinct and so retraining my instinct to follow odd arrows is not any fun for me.
3-0 out of 5 stars DDR for a new generation!
DDR has certainly changed over the years.With the latest installment (Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova) one can see the change dramatically.Stellar Dance Mode is for most a complete waste of time as it requires us to play songs we do not want to and in modes we do not want to just to unlock songs in the game.Some of the licensed songs are remixed versions that are below par to the orginal versions while other licesned songs are thrown on here just because they are already in other bemani games (Karaoke Revolution, Beatmania USA).There are many japanese songs on this mix as well as instrumentals that seem out of place in DDR.
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3. Radiata Stories
by Square Enix
Video Game (08 September, 2006)
list price: $19.99 -- our price: $19.99
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Asin: B0009A4EUI
Sales Rank: 579
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Features real-time action with characters moving freely on the battle map while attacking
  • New Link system allows players to determine formation for their characters
  • Build up your strength on the Bolty meter, which allows players to execute special actions and super attacks
  • An incredible 300 NPCs will be available, all with their own personalities -- more than 150 of them will be recruitable into your party

Reviews (35)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best game I've played in a long time!
This game (as said in the title) is one of the best I have played in awhile! I have played it and beat it SIX (6) times! The graphics were great and the gameplay was great. There's two sides to pick from both with different story lines and endings. Now I will say the ending on one side is some-what confuseing at first but I figured it out the second time around.
2-0 out of 5 stars Felt like I was wasting my time
I tried playing this game twice, and both times I got to a point where it was more of a chore than a fun experience.
5-0 out of 5 stars Jack kicks into action!
This game is really fun. It has an amazing and funny storyline. They had very good graphics and funny clips. This game made me laugh out loud plenty of times. It lasts longer than some games I've played where you finish the game in a couple of days and theres no challenge. I really like longer games with a challenge. You can follow people around on there daily schedules and make friends with them. One fun thing about this game is that you can start a fight with anyone if you kick them twice. And when you kick objects you can sometimes get items. I really can't understand how anyone could not like this game. I would rather play this game than play some bloody, gory ,and violent videogame with no story line whatsoever. Its a classic for me, and I really would like to see a sequel. It gets better and better toward the end! Good game three thumbs up! ^-^
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4. Final Fantasy XI Chains of Promathia Expansion Pack
by Square Enix
Video Game (21 September, 2004)
list price: $19.99
Asin: B0002VYS3C
Sales Rank: 709
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • In the Great Crystal War, the forces of darkness were defeated. But they have regrouped and are now marching on the cities of Vana'diel. Create a Character and join the fight against an unspeakable evil.
  • Each kingdom has its own storyline - as you progress you'll enter other kingdoms and interact with new players, for all-new quests and missions
  • The classic Final Fantasy gaming engine returns with cutting-edge graphics, deep storylines, innovative new quests and options
  • Customize characters by giving them unique traits and jobs, then go on mini-quests to unlock new classes like Dark Knight, Summoner and Ninja
  • Partake in conquest to discover items, earn money, and uncover valuable information about Vana'diel

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars Final Fantasy Rocks
This add-on to the original is needed to complete several quests, and adds new adventures.You already know how much fun the original is, this adds new jobs, as well as new items, and it is needed to get your ticket to Khazam.

4-0 out of 5 stars A solid expansion, although a bit disappointing...
Chains of Promathia is a fairly solid expansion released by Square Enix for their Final Fantasy XI MMORPG. With this second major expansion (Rise of Zilart being the first expansion) for the series, SE (Square Enix) attempted to introduce several new missions and quests that may be attempted by low/mid-level players, increasing content and play for the more "casual" players. Note: There are no new job classes nor did the level cap change with this expansion (Currently at 75)
5-0 out of 5 stars Final Fantasy XI ROCKS!
This just has to be one of the best online games ever created and the best game in the Final Fantasy series. If you like RPG game then ckeck this game out with great graphic and game play is awsome. I'm a big fan of this series and I can see elven has gone a long way. ... Read more


5. Star Wars Battlefront
by Lucas Arts Entertainment
Video Game (15 June, 2006)
list price: $19.99 -- our price: $19.82
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Asin: B0001NE48U
Sales Rank: 452
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • CD-ROM
  • Choose which faction you'd like to join - The Rebel Alliance, Imperial Army, Clone Troopers or the Separatists
  • Drive AT-ST's, speeder bikes and tanks to outmaneuver your opponents
  • Jump into the cockpit of X-Wings and TIE Fighters and fight for control of space
  • Explore actual locations from the Star Wars films, like the wooded moon of Endor and the ice planet Hoth -- and new locations like Kamino, the ocean planet
  • The ringed world of Geonosis, the jungle moon of Yavin IV, the canals and bridges of Naboo are all created in amazing, fully-realized 3D

Reviews (184)

5-0 out of 5 stars The clone and galatic civil war rules!
I am a star wars fan and this game is cool. The clone wars and the galatic civil war are awsome. Play as the clone troopers, battle droids, rebels or imperials in the hot deserts in tattoine, or the cold landscape of Rhen Var or Hoth.I am definetly going to give this game a second go.Battlefront 2 is great but finish this game first before moving on.

5-0 out of 5 stars Relive the greatest battles of all time!
Relive the greatest star wars battles of all time. Play as the CIS,Republc, rebels or the empire with authentic star warsmusic from episodes 1,2,4,5,and 6. Also play with over ten planets and fifteen enviroments in histoical campain galatic conquest or instit action. Rock on!

4-0 out of 5 stars Pretty good.
I've owned the game only for a few months. I've been a Star Wars fan for a long time and I just loved it when they came out with this game. I've always wanted to be a Storm trooped trudging through the snow on Hoth to attack the Rebel base and this game actually let's me do just that. The game is overall pretty good, except for the fact that the flying controls aren't really that sensitive so you wouldn't be pulling off any fancy mid-air manuevers in it. On certain levels you also can fight against not only the enemy, but the actual inhabitants of that level. Like on Endor, if you were the fighting agaist the rebels, you would also be fighting against the little Ewoks. Overall a good game, I would suggest buying it. ... Read more


6. Sims
by Electronic Arts
Video Game (15 June, 2006)
list price: $14.99 -- our price: $14.99
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Asin: B00006GSO0
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

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Features

  • You'll start out with just one Sim, living in a shack. Help him advance through life's important moments and make a better life for himself
  • Meet and interact with your neighbors, flirt with attractive members of the opposite sex, and move into bigger houses
  • Play with a friend as you play two-player Sims -- each person controls their own character in the same environment
  • Customize your Sim's appearance to a new level of detail
  • Play with special objects and characters found only on the PS2 version

Reviews (184)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great port,but obviously not as good as the PC original,lol.
The Sims was a great port of an iconic PC game,its one of the most challenging games I`ve ever played on PS2.
4-0 out of 5 stars A Fun Mental Challenge
This is actually the first "simulation" type game that I have played and, overall, I enjoyed the experience. The controls and different style of gameplay did take some getting used to. But eventually I figured out how to play effectively and had fun with it. I almost always finish games to completion. But in the "Get A Life" mode I found myself stuck at the "Party Animals" level, unable to find someone willing to be my new roommate. In the "Play The Sims" mode I made it up to counterfeiter in the career path. But couldn't get past there, as I needed 5 friends and my neighborhood had only four people I was able to call or invite. Any hints on how to get further would be appreciated.
5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome Game!!!
One of the best games ever. I loved this game and i've beaten it a million times.(Not that it is easy) It is an addictive game that you can play all the time and never get bored. The graphics aren't the best, but the game makes up for it by being so fun.The Neighborhood mode is great, too. You could play with 4 people.(if you swich off controllers) A standard for all Sims games. It is also a very simple and fun game and pretty realistic. I loved this game and recomend to buy it and play over and over again. Fantastic!!! ... Read more

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7. Tetris Worlds
Video Game (20 March, 2002)
list price: $14.99 -- our price: $14.99
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Asin: B00005NHSC
Sales Rank: 662
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Six modes of gameplay, each with unique rules for playing Tetris.
  • Multi-player game lets up to four players see who can clear levels the fastest.
  • Play Tetris in six different worlds, each evolving as you clear levels.
  • Increasing levels of complexity and difficulty as players complete each level.
  • Simple gameplay, easy to pick up without instruction, and completely addictive!

Reviews (28)

3-0 out of 5 stars Good game, but could be improved.
The main reason i bought this game is cause of the fact that it has "Sticky Tetris," which is basically like how "The Next Tetris" from Playstation 1 is; i love this kind of Tetris style. However, i was a bit dissapointed in the multiplayer battles. You can win easily depending on what difficulty you choose. When you make cascades, the opponents' field does not spin, or twist. It's not much of a challange. The story they added for this game doesn't make the game anymore exciting. Though, it was interesting trying out all the other different styles they had come out for Tetris. Overall, it's a fair game.

1-0 out of 5 stars Worst version of Tetris ever!
This game was a huge disappointment. I actually GAVE my copy away. There is definitely a lack of high quality puzzle games for PS2.
2-0 out of 5 stars Creative ideas; poor game
Tetris Worlds (for any system) is just one of those games where coming up with a lot of interesting ideas seemed to outweigh the importance of developing a decent, fun, solid game. If you're expecting another Tetris for the NES, Game Boy, or SNES, then you may be gravely disappointed, because Tetris Worlds is nothing of the sort. If there's anything praiseworthy to be said about Tetris Worlds, it's that it gives you some really nice environments (or should we just call them "worlds") at which to stare as you strive to fulfill some hopeless goal. This aspect of the game is not particularly enticing, because it restricts you to a one-to-one correspondence with the type of Tetris game you are playing. For instance, regular Tetris gives a forest world; cascade Tetris gives you a water world; square Tetris gives you a rocky world; sticky Tetris gives you a volcano world; fusion Tetris gives you a crystal world; and hot-line Tetris gives you a space/sky world. Let's say you want to customize your options so that you can play regular Tetris at the water level, or cascade Tetris at the volcano level, etc., the game offers no such options (unlike the GBA version of this game).
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8. Yourself! Fitness
by RESPONDESIGN
Video Game
list price: $34.99 -- our price: $34.99
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Asin: B0007PNEGA
Sales Rank: 1244
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Six unique fitness environments -Keep your workouts fresh by doing them in the Empress? Dojo, the Alpine Retreat, an Island Paradise, the Urban Oasis, the Desert Springs Resort or a Meditation Garden
  • Over 500 unique exercises to choose from - work through sessions with Yoga, Pilates, Cardio Fitness, Strength Training and more
  • Customized meal planning with over 4,500 recipes, preparation instructions and shopping lists to make eating right more simple
  • Dynamic fitness routines respond to your progress and commitment level
  • Maya helps you integrate the fitness equipment you already own into your workout

Reviews (20)

4-0 out of 5 stars Yourself! Fitness
First off, I'll start out by saying I'm not in shape-unless you consider "round" a shape...I was amazed at how this game works as a fitness instructor-and when I was done with my workout, I felt pretty whooped.But, I can tell you it was very fun, and I felt good after the workout.You can set your own workout schedule and routine, even check out thousands of menu selections, recipes, and set them for any given day!It's all right here folks!I set a target goal of 50 lbs. to lose-You cant go wrong with this game folks!!This game keeps it fun, and that's very important-I started out on October 3, 2006-I'll be back here a month from now to share my results!

5-0 out of 5 stars Yourself!Fitness
Awesome!I feel like I have a personal trainer sitting right in my room with me, every step of the way.I totally sweat to this workout.Worth every penny!

3-0 out of 5 stars Good for Fitness Newbies, Limited for Veterans
I have been a bodybuilder for many years now and have acted as a personal trainer to various friends, family, and colleagues.My husband saw "Yourself! Fitness" at the store and thought I would get a kick out of it (no pun intended), so he told me about it and--after checking out various reviews of the game posted here at Amazon and elsewhere--we went out and bought it together.
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9. Shadow of Rome
by Capcom USA
Video Game (08 September, 2006)
list price: $29.99
Asin: B0002A6CPA
Sales Rank: 1058
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • PlayStation 2
  • ESRB Rating: M (Mature)
  • Strategy/RPG

Reviews (28)

1-0 out of 5 stars There's a difference between challenging and difficult....
This game looks and plays great. Unfortunately, the people who made this game don't seem to realize that video games are supposed to be entertaining and not frustrating. I beat the game in "normal" difficulty but there were lots of struggles (and cursing) along the way. I would give this game a higher rating if not for the cheap diffulty level. If I wanted to test my skills by fighting hard battles, I'd choose "hard mode". That's the reason why some games allow you to choose the level of difficulty. The "normal mode" in this one, however is like "extreme" in most other games. I don't think I would want to try the "extreme mode" or even the "hard mode" on this one. Don't buy if you don't have alot of patience! The only thing that kept me trying to beat this game was the story, which I should say was pretty good.

4-0 out of 5 stars In two words, Nice... Smooth...
Agrippa is a centurion in the Roman army. Patroling the outskirts of Germania, his regimant hapens upon a captured roman messenger, who tells him Ceaser has been assasinated. Arriving home his friend, informs him that Agrippa's own father has been arrested for the murder. The Roman empire decides to hold gladitorial games and the winner will execute Agrippa's father... You cannot lose.
5-0 out of 5 stars You're in for a real treat
I have a friend who once told me that the game "Colosseum" was really fantastic. It mixed the Roman backgrounds with all of the fantasy of being one of the hallowed 'sports stars' in one of the most bloody "games" in all of history. COOL! Doesn't that sound cool??
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10. Romancing SaGa
by Square Enix
Video Game (08 September, 2006)
list price: $29.99 -- our price: $19.99
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Asin: B0009A4ETY
Sales Rank: 1330
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Free-roaming scenario system - Romancing SaGa brings back the free-roaming scenario system, allowing for the ultimate in open-ended adventuring
  • Eight playable characters, with each player pursuing their own subplots and stories
  • Learn multiple weapon skills and various combination techniques and magic spells, with the open-ended battle system
  • All characters abd background rendered in vivid 3D graphics, to make Mardias a truly enjoyable place to explore
  • Powerful, stirring background music by composer Kenji Ito, produced by Masayoshi Yamazaki

Reviews (8)

4-0 out of 5 stars Romancing Saga looks good
I own most of the Square(Square Enix) games and this one looks as good as the rest. I took it for a test ride, and didnt see anything to complain about. Unfortunatley, I didnt get too much time logged in on it, for i have games coming out the wazoo, and not enough time to play them all 8).

3-0 out of 5 stars Too many characters, not enough sense, boring & played out RPG
What a mess this game is. There's hardly one element of Romancing SaGa: Minstrel Song that rubs against another element without creating some kind of distorted havoc. The latest train wreck by acclaimed producer Akitoshi Kawazu, the closest thing videogames have to an Ed Wood, Minstrel Song represents two years in production during which the team played a score of better games and came away not understanding a whit of what made any of them good.
2-0 out of 5 stars frustrating, confusing, boring
after watching the trailer i thought this game would be a beautiful and fun epic, but it is far from that. the graphics are weak, story is very weak, and theres really nothing that sets this game above anything else. save your money and time for ffxii. ... Read more


11. Magna Carta: Tears of Blood - Deluxe Box Set
by Atlus Software
Video Game (08 September, 2006)
list price: $54.99
Asin: B0009K7ESM
Sales Rank: 2547
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • A 50+ hour fantasy that unfolds through amazing CGI cut-scenes and fully voiced dialogue
  • Unlock the secrets of the Carta System and unleash spellbinding magical fury
  • Unique real-time combat system allows you to position yourself anywhere on the battlefield
  • Character designs by renowned Korean artist Hyung Tae Kim bring the world of Efferia to life

Reviews (23)

2-0 out of 5 stars Help, my thumb is caught in the controller.
Last year, I bought tears of blood and played about one third of the way through it before running into a bug when the game allowed me to do several things out of sequence.I wasn't all that thrilled with the game and put it aside for some day when I would feel more motivated.It only took a year for me to come back, invest some 80 hours in game play to realize that not only was I not thrilled, but I disliked it intensely. 5-0 out of 5 stars Square is not the only great RPG maker!!!!
This game is just remarkable from the story to the graphics.The story is almost as good as a Final Fantasy game.The graphics are great if not better than a Final Fantasy game.The gameplay is different but is not hard like everyone complains it is.It took me only five minutes at the most to learn how to play it and I find it much easier than a Final Fantasy game.Some people are just to lazy to adjust to different things.Different doesn't mean something is bad.This is at the top of my list of my favorite RPGS.This a must buy game.This is the best RPG since FFX.
2-0 out of 5 stars ugh
ive heard the battle system was innovative. ok lets get one thing straight. for something to be innovative in an rpg it both has to be new and adds to the gameplay. Magna Carta's needlessly complicated battle system doesnt add to the game it makes it tedious. If you can stomach through it i give you all props. Dull soundtrack, bad voice overs, and the half assed FFX wannabe visuals. The one shining moment is probablly the team interaction is interesting curve....even though its nothing new (that dates back to Vanguard Bandits) ... Read more


12. Sims Bustin' Out
by Electronic Arts
Video Game (15 June, 2006)
list price: $19.99
Asin: B0000ARQMW
Sales Rank: 3118
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Play, work, and socialize with over 25 new outrageous characters
  • Discover 20 new locations and try your hand at 8 new careers
  • More than 150 unique objects to collect, and in-game auctions to trade or collect with friends

Reviews (87)

5-0 out of 5 stars Love it!
I love this game sooo much! I even have it for GBA&PC. Both are great.
5-0 out of 5 stars well you never know
well in all the times i played every sims game i'm still waiting for a sims3 that you could make your own 2 storie home,get pets like birds dogs and cats and you can walk them and feed them and buy cool dog\cat homes and your person ages as you play. They have made grate gams in the pased but i think if they used my ideas it would be a way way WAY better game ever!

5-0 out of 5 stars This Game is SOOOOOOOO awsome!!!!!!
When I got this game,I was sooooooo not disappointed.After playing for like 5 hours,I knew I fell in love with this game.You get to do more thing in this game than the older Sim games.There are alot of cool graphics and new things to do.You can even have kids.I am a "SIM COLLECTER",as my friends would say it.If you ever get this game,you will become adictted to it like I am. ... Read more

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13. Front Mission 4
by Square Enix
Video Game (15 June, 2004)
list price: $14.99 -- our price: $14.99
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Asin: B00025ETC8
Sales Rank: 1013
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • CD-ROM
  • A mech(wanzer) pilot named Elsa fights off an attack from unknown invaders in Germany, while a young soldier named Darill retrieves a mysterious cargo whose plane crashed in South America. These two fateful events will set the stage for intense futuristic
  • Squad-based tactical fighting as you lead teams of wanzers in strategic combat
  • Outstanding new graphics - Spectacular visuals will leave you dumbfounded -- it's practically cinematic
  • New tactical features like the Link System bring a new dimension of multiplayer strategy to your game

Reviews (15)

5-0 out of 5 stars You need to love Strategy Turn-based RPG's first...
If you don't love these types of games you're going to hate FM4. Unlike several other people who played FM3 on the PS1, my opinion is unaffected by playing that particular installment so I can be fair and completely neutral in my assessment.
5-0 out of 5 stars Great game...if you have the time
This is a superb turn based strategy. he graphics are nice, the amount of control in customising your units is great. The story is weak, but if you ignore that the game itself is awesome. I recommend this to any strategy buff you owns a PS2.

1-0 out of 5 stars What happened?
After playing through FM3 at least 20 times, when I had heard Square Enix was going to be making FM4 I was extatic.Finally after long months of waiting I was able to finally purchase the game.After about 8 hours of gameplay the game found itself amid the rest of the trash on my bedroom floor.What happened??How could FM4 be such a disappointment?All Square had to do was keep all the features of FM3, create a new intriging storyline, boost the graphics, and thats all she wrote.They boosted the graphics, started a decent storyline (from the 8 hours of the game that I played) but took out way to many features that made FM3 so great.They completey destroyed the customization system in this game.Pilots skills are basically pre set.It doesnt matter how long you practice with your weapons anymore bc you can only get skills for the beginning weapons your characters start our with.Wanzers designs are sub par at best and very generic.Forget about trying to capture enemy wanzers.They completely removed that feature from the game.So no more slicing and dicing captured enemy wanzers (one of the coolest features I thought in FM3)They got rid of the net surfing.I am sure plenty of ppl thought this feature was annoying and useless in FM3.Well it never really affected the game so if players didnt like the net they didnt have to use the feature. The net would only reward players who took the time to surf and discover all the hidden training maps and programs you could download.Remeber this review was only written based on 8 hrs of gameplay.But for me thats all that was needed.They really killed the skill system in my opinion.And that was the top reason why I loved FM3 so much, for its EXP and Skill system.This game will never touch my PS2 again. ... Read more


14. Robin Hood Defender of the Crown
by Capcom USA
Video Game (01 October, 2003)
list price: $19.99 -- our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00009WAUY
Sales Rank: 2291
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Take up medieval weapons like the bow, spear and sword and survive Dark Age combat
  • Use your strategic skills as you engage in siege warfare and full army battles, to take the throne from evil Prince John
  • Conquer 38 territories with help from friends like Little John, Friar Tuck, Will Scarlet and more
  • Multiple endings depending on your choices -- eight possible outcomes
  • Wide range of action and strategy sequences that immerse you in the epic legend of Robin Hood!

Reviews (9)

4-0 out of 5 stars Nostalgic Addictions
I too once owned this game on the Commodore 64 back in the 80's.What a game.It's even better than back then!!!However, it is addicting and takes sometime to get the method of how to effectively build an army.I'm still getting the hang of it.Very fun.I judge a game on how addicting it is and this one is!!!Graphics are tight, the sound great, story line is even more involved than the original version.More to do.Cineware put out some cool games.I hope they put out a PS2 version of the "Three Stooges" game, also created by Cineware and I owned that one on the Commodore 64 as well!!!Ahhh, the good ol' days of gaming.Enjoy.

5-0 out of 5 stars If you like the old school versions, you'll LOVE this game!!
DFC was my second favorite 8-bit Nintendo game (after Mega Man 2 of course ;)). When I saw this on the shelf, and the quote on the back of the box saying "Based on the origional", I couldn't get home fast enough. Truth be told, I was more than pleased.
2-0 out of 5 stars Don't waiste your time.
I think this game is so boring.It's more like a computer game.You can't even run around to get guys.Graphics are good. That's the only good thing I can say for it.I'm 11 years old. ... Read more

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15. Gladius
by Lucas Arts Entertainment
Video Game (29 October, 2003)
list price: $19.99
Asin: B00007UHJY
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

An epic gladiatorial saga comes to life in this combat/role-playing game with a sweeping narrative, stunning environments, and insanely detailed graphics. In the fantasy world of the game, the darkness of the Great War has passed and the lands of Gladius are peaceful once more. Now combat takes place only in the gladiator arenas, where schools from around the world compete for the title of Imperial Champions. You will follow the grand saga of two young heroes, Ursula and Valens, as they recruit and train a team of warriors and compete in the gladiator games. Battle with deadly weapons and powerful magic as you learn vital combat tactics while you enhance and customize your own characters. Strategic possibilities are nearly endless, with 16 character classes and over 100 unique character types from which to choose. ... Read more

Features

  • Following a great war, combat is relegated to the gladiator arenas. Schools from around the world compete for the title of Imperial Champions. Guide two young warriors, Ursula and Valens, as they gather warriors to earn that title in the arena!
  • This amazing combination of combat and role-playing will allow you to choose from 16 character types and 100 different classes -- then put them to the test as they battle for glory & survival
  • Battle with hundreds of unique weapons taken straight from the gladiator arenas of old -- and draw from the powers of magic to enhance your prowess on the field of honor
  • Learn vital combat tactics and apply them on the battlefield -- and manage your pupils as they improve their skills
  • Prepare to face the deadliest foe you can imagine as you prove yourself worthy of being Imperial Champion!

Reviews (25)

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome Game
This is one of those games you set the school/work clock ahead on friday to get home early for.The story line is well thoughtout and the graphics/portraits are amazing.Great by that is well worth the money.

3-0 out of 5 stars Fun but gets boring
When you first play the game, it is fun to use your moves, recruit people, and buy weapons and armor. As you play more and more you find yourself getting bored because you use the same moves over and over. You can buy new move that do alot of damage but you can use weak moves and still win because its easy. The end of the game is hard but its too hard. When you first play the game it will be alot of fun but once you beat it or played it alot, it gets very boring. There are cool things in the game like customising your gladiators, using affinity moves, and the combo moves are cool but like I said it will get boring. Rent it before buying it.

2-0 out of 5 stars i got bored very quickly.
let me start off saying that this was an impulse buy. on the back, it had a rating of 9/10 from game informer, and it was made by lucasarts, a company i trust, so i thought, "okay i'll get it." big mistake. I played it as soon as i got home, expecting a fighting game where you could actually control how the character fights and moves. but instead it's a game where the characters move in an almost chess-like manner. and the dialogue is very very slow. luckily, i also bought LOTR The third age, where you can at least go through the game without menu-surfing 24/7. ... Read more


16. Dynasty Tactics 2
by KOEI Corp
Video Game (24 September, 2003)
list price: $49.99 -- our price: $49.99
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Asin: B00009B05M
Sales Rank: 5881
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • ESRB Rating: Teen
  • Genre: Action/Adventure
  • Mission: In this awaited sequel, use your tactics to boost your army's morale and perform devastating attacks and raids on enemy troops

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best tactical games for PS2
I'm a huge fan of the Dynasty series and the characters from the books Romance of the Three Kingdoms.I haven't read the books, but I first got a taste of the characters in an NES game called "Destiny of an Emperor" which still remains one of my favorite games.This game uses all of those characters and more.The gameplay is very in depth, allowing you to recruit generals (both after battle and by having their friends in your army to entice them to join), form armies of varying size depending on the leading general's "Leadership" skills and so on.Battle is fought on a field that is mapped out in square grids.You can chain tactics together to create devastating combos and wipe out your opponents in pretty much one turn.Also another nice thing about this game is that you can play each of the three kingdoms and also play Lu Bu's missions.By playing all of these, there is a mode that will allow you to view the history of each officer that you have recruited into your army from all 4 games combined, so you can kind of get a history lesson as well.The graphics and cut scenes are very well done.The only complaint that I have is that there isn't an Officer Edit option.If they add that into the next installment of the Dynasty Tactics series, the game will be even greater yet!But still, even without the officer edit, you get alot of game for your buck and presently you can pick it up for pretty cheap.So if you are a fan of great tactical games, pick this up.It will take you a while to beat and since you can play 4 different stories, the replay value is very high.

4-0 out of 5 stars its ok......
the first major problem with this game is that its cool that you can have spies and stuff like that but every time you send them somewhere they get caught like right away.and you can capture an officer and try to hire him its hard to capture him.you have to all these tactics and combos to get him.another thing is that for one of the campains the wu one all of there officers suck. they are all mostly bowmen. and you have to spend a lot of gold trying to make them better.overall its a fairly good game to buy for really big fans of the dynasty series.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic - Great Strategy Game
This game is awesome!It is a great strategy game.The game idea is really unique that you won't find another one (except the original DT) either PC games or console game having this same great game concept.Read more

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17. Future Tactics Uprising
by Crave Entertainment
Video Game (05 May, 2004)
list price: $14.99 -- our price: $14.99
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Asin: B0001CNRPC
Sales Rank: 10316
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Lead a ragtag band of guerillas in missions across a deadly, destroyed planet
  • Fight against large, green, deadly aliens in 19 high-intensity levels
  • New style of turn-based playing keeps people in the action, not juggling stats
  • Rich, full 3D environments and unique, stylized characters draw you into the action
  • Deformable terrain -Landscape can be permanently destroyed, leaving behind craters and canyons

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars It's not just random slaughter
O.K. I can say, with reasonable assurance, that not many people will read this review. I'm going to give it one because, personally, I think it's a pretty good game. The graphics, though not polished to a ridiculously high sheen with blood and various body parts flying around, serve the game very well. After playing, and enjoying it immensely, I realized that the makers of this game did an exceptional job on the game environment. The sparseness actually added to my enjoyment. I knew exactly where I was at all times. It's a tactical game, but doesn't require a ridiculous amount of planning, foresight, and knowledge of actual military strategy to enjoy. Almost everything is destructible, and you can use the debris you create for cover. This aspect of the game really comes in handy. In short, it's a tactical game that everyone can enjoy if they give it a chance. If you're the type of gamer who likes blood for blood's sake, and just enjoys running around with your lazer guided, supercharged, big as a house, nuclear warhead tipped assault weapon, or enjoys those craptastic thug games that revolve around being as big an a--hole as possible, by all means keep right on playing your little shoot-em-ups until your weapon is as big as the Hoover Dam. If you would like to play an immensely enjoyable game that, I think, is different from the rest, and stands on it's own very well, buy it. I know I really love playing it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Original and FUN!
After reading numberous reviews that trashed this game, I tried it out anyways (though expecting little)! Read more


18. Disney's Magical Quest 3 Starring Mickey and Donald
by Capcom USA
Video Game (07 August, 2006)
list price: $29.99
Asin: B00019HNMS
Sales Rank: 10557
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Features

  • Game Boy Advance
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone
  • Adventure

19. Disgaea: Hour of Darkness
by Atlus USA
Video Game

Asin: B00009YEJY
Sales Rank: 957
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Unleash over 100 mind-blowing spells and special skills to lay waste to your enemies!
  • New Formation Attack System allows up to 4 of your characters to do quadruple the damage on one enemy!
  • Customize your army with over 150 character classes and monsters!
  • Dynamic battle system allows you to switch your characters in and out of combat to adjust your strategy on the fly!

Reviews (61)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Game,part 2 better
Just a quick heads up for potential buyers.I have both Disagea games and the 2nd one is better,These retailers are trying to have you believe that with the second ones release the first one gains value as they have gouged the prices even higher then they were a month ago.The first one actually loses value cause if you play the second one first then go to the first one you will be feeling you are playing a watered down version of part 2.Years from now if collectors are looking for Disagea for PS 2 they will be looking for the better one which is Part 2.So do yourself a favor,save the money and skip the first one and just get the second one for a fraction of the price which is much better.Because part 2 uses different characters and a different story,part 1 is expendable and you don't need it to keep up with the storyline like some series require.If you do choose to get this game it can be found cheaper on ebay then all these vendors,not just used i am talking factroy sealed ones as well.Don't be ripped off by greedy vendors who have no shame in ripping off the consumer.You'd never see a Walmart,Best Buy,or Circuit City trying to gouge prices like this if they had a few copies left of a rare hard to find game and the smaller stores should be held to the same moral codes.Let them buy up all these rare games and eat the loss,don't buy from them.Get part 2 before it sells out and before these idiots try to buy them all up so they can sell them to you for 200 bucks a year from now.Disagea one was a great game and might have been worth the price to own by itself but with part 2's release and it being the superior version this one loses all its value.Try to rent it,or borrow it from a friend if you want to try both versions.If you want to add a disagea game to your collection just get part 2.

5-0 out of 5 stars my new favorite PS2 game
You are Laharl, a demon prince of the Netherworld who has been asleep for years. Laharl awakes to find that his father is dead and that he needs to claim his rightful place as Overlord of the Netherworld. Disgaea is Laharl solidifying his place and encountering new adversaries. The first thing that must be said about this game is that it is a very funny game. So much of the dialogue and character interaction is played for laughs while advancing the story.
4-0 out of 5 stars Good, but not worth anything over 50 bucks
This is a pretty sweet game, but it's not worth purchasing for over 50 bucks. That is a rip off. ... Read more


20. Playboy: The Mansion for PS2
by D&H Distributing
Video Game
list price: $39.99
Asin: B0002OOURI
Sales Rank: 910
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • ESRB Rating: Rated M for Mature
  • 1/2Hx5-1/2Wx7L"; 0.3 lb.

Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars Addictive.......
Playboy The Mansion is a very good strategy game. Getting good content for your magazines proves to be a very deep and envolving task. Forget about the sexual content after about 30 minutes the topless women become secondary, and Yes there is sex but its with underwear on and its not sexy at all, its actually funny the first few times but also gets old. The unlockables are forgettable, who wants to see 1964 playmates, Damn where women ugly back then, look and you'll see at least compared to the couple of modern playmates you can unlock. however i found it fun to pump out issues trying to max out the market to get maximum exposure. The graphics are ok but you would have figured a game which focuses on hot women would have made them in a clearer and more pronounced way. The music once you buy a stereo or a dj station is good, you actually chose a type and it sounds really good. I was impresssed overall by this game and would reccommend it to adults only, and strategy game fans. i enjoyed this Sims type game.

5-0 out of 5 stars I am a chick who can't stand porno
My husband rented this game to tick me off one weekend. I played more than he did!! I can't explain why or how! If you like the SIMS you will love Playboy. . . don't ask why just buy!

4-0 out of 5 stars an addictiveness i can't quite explain
After playing for about an hour the game already seemed repetitious and i figured it would be a dusk colletor soon.But for some strange reason this game keeps me coming back for more,its not about the nudty in it cause that gets old quick and the graphics on the girls isn't even that great.I think its just addicting for me cause its a simplified sims game.See i was a sims fan but grew tired of having to feed my sim and sleep and then clean all the messes left on the floor.For me the sims was a little too much in detail to the point it got annoying.In this game you can control lives and run a business but you don't have to bother with that picking up litter all over the house and such.The game is monotonous like the sims but at least it left out the more annoying aspects of the sims games.This game does have some issues though,i find many times my player gets stuck and stops being able to respond to commands so i have to save the game often and when that happens i have to reload game from last save point.Also sometimes when you try to execute certain interactions with other people,the other people around yu can get in the way and if it takes to long for you to get into position to execute the action you attempted your sim gives up and forgets what it was setting out to do.I like to own games in every type of genre and since theres not much for home consoles in the adult games genre,this one isn't too bad as an only choice.its not as in depth as the sims but for the more casual gamer that doesn't want to have to deal with all the stuff the Sims games require this one may be more to your liking.Its one of those games that you will either be addicted to or hate it.I have always been into the oddball games like simcity,romance of three kingdoms,etc.The kind of games that the mainstream gamers don't bother with so maybe most people won't agree with me on this game or feel the same addictiveness i felt.I would have to say give it a rent and play the mission based game.For most people i think a rental will be enough for them just to check it out. ... Read more


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