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Favorite Games

Demon's Souls
Demon's Souls
Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow
Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow
Umurangi Generation: Special Edition
Umurangi Generation: Special Edition
ESP Ra.De. Psi
ESP Ra.De. Psi


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Resident Evil 4: Separate Ways
Resident Evil 4: Separate Ways

Sep 24

All Elite Wrestling: Fight Forever
All Elite Wrestling: Fight Forever

Sep 18

WWF: Super Wrestlemania
WWF: Super Wrestlemania

Sep 16

WWF WrestleMania: The Arcade Game
WWF WrestleMania: The Arcade Game

Sep 16

Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon
Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon

Sep 10

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I never had much of an attachment to the original Separate Ways campaign, so this reinterpretation pretty handily outclassed it. It expands the base game’s story in some really thoughtful ways while adding some excellent new mechanics and bosses.
It’s also helped me articulate my feelings on the remake in general. When I first finished it earlier this year, I was enamored by the way it touched up certain weak points of the original while not attempting to recreate the lightning-in-a-bottle gameplay mechanics that continue to make it such a thrill to play.
Now that the dust has settled and I’ve finished this DLC, I still really love this whole package. I don’t think anything will replace my love of the original and I will always prefer it, but this remake has its own strengths (particularly its stronger atmosphere and writing) that will certainly keep me coming back for future replays. I love it! I love both! Resident Evil is cool!! I would let Ada kick me down a flight of stairs!

The bones of a fantastic wrestling game are here, but it's in desperate need of more content and a bit more polish in-ring. Regardless, I had a blast with the Road to Elite mode; it feels straight out of the PS2 era with the mid-budget presentation and goofy scenarios/minigames you encounter between matches. The fundamental gameplay is also a lot of fun and feels reminiscent of those AKI engine games I grew up with (which makes sense considering WWF No Mercy director Hideyuki Iwashita's involvement).
I think a theoretical follow-up to this game could be something truly special because I really like what's in Fight Forever, it just needs a little more spice. It's abundantly clear that there's passion behind the project and I'll be playing this one for a while thanks to its solid fundamentals. It just needs that extra push.

For my 10th birthday I received a Nintendo 64, and with it: Super Mario 64, Pokémon Stadium, Castlevania 64, and WWF War Zone. Somehow Castlevania 64 had the longest-lasting influence on my tastes out of all of them.
As for War Zone, it was a lot of fun when it was the only 3D wrestling game I owned, but once Wrestlemania 2000 released and I got a taste of AKI Corporation’s smooth grappling mechanics I never looked back. The commentary and random sound bites from the wrestlers are still pretty funny though.