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    Feb 23rd, 2007 at 17:28:23     -    Final Fantasy (PSP)

    During the next session of play I got passed the first continent and found another village. The village introduced a new objective, defeat the pirates. Upon completing this mission one get's a new reward, too. The ability to go across the ocean on a boat. This enables the player to visit far away contninents and complete more advanced missions. With these new territories come harder enemies, that I am not yet able to defeat. To advance farther I either need more powerful weapons or spells, or a way higher level. This fact is discouraging because the only way to get these things is by earning experience or money through repetive fights that get boring after a while.

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    Feb 23rd, 2007 at 16:39:45     -    Final Fantasy (PSP)

    Final Fantasy was a more engaging game than I originally thought it was going to be. The ability to name characters was fun put pretty limiting because you could only have four letters. The overall game play was very fun, and not that much different than rpg's of today. The different character abilities useful in different situations, and each level really helps your character. The only complaint that I have so far is that leveling up takes too much time.

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    Feb 9th, 2007 at 18:52:12     -    Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfect (PS2)

    The game continues to be entertaining throughout, but only because of the boss fights. The intermittent henchmen battles became a little repetitve and took me a little while. But then I also realized that the really hard levels could be bypassed by playing the game as another character. An interesting twist in the game is that occainsionally you play as the antagonist against the heroes. It was the most fun when I played the multiplayer against my brother. Some very epic battles can ensue. On the other hand playing versus mode against the computer leaves you somewhat wanting as they can never be as good as a human. The game is pretty good overall but better if played with a friend.

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    Feb 9th, 2007 at 18:38:59     -    Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfect (PS2)

    I rented the game Marvel Nemesis from our friendly neighborhood Blockbuster, and as a comic fan I was very excited. The game has classic comic book story line (evil being from another dimension comes to earth to wreak havok), but I expected such from a game about comic book characters. It's very exciting to unlock each player and use their powers; and, also, you recieve comic books and cards of characters as you progress. These provide more incentive than the story to advance the game. Their are only two attack buttons, one being a melee attack button and another a grappling or grabbing maneuver. These are aguemented by pressing R1 which enables you to use super powers. The triangle button can also be augmented by R1 for defensive purposes. One very cool element of gameplay is the use of environment, almost anything can be used as a weapon. I have yet to try the multiplayer aspect of the game but I will in my next log.

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    1007 Nightfire (PS2)Finished playing
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