Going in with very little knowledge, Werewolf: the Apocalypse unfolded in a way that, while expected in retrospect, took me by surprise and kept me on the edge of my seat.
Rhythmic Adventure 2, while superior compared to its predecessor, still suffers from some of the same pitfalls found in the first title.
While Legend III may be the most accessible SaGa entry, its traditional design isn’t near as memorable as future (or past) entries would prove to be.
Mercenaries Blaze, like previous Mercenaries entries, is a budget-friendly, average-at-best tactical RPG experience.
Final Fantasy Legend II is, without question, the pinnacle of SaGa entries from the original Game Boy.
The first Rhythmic Adventure is a cute, quirky game, but you’re better off playing the other Taiko title that is currently on Switch.
Final Fantasy Legend is but an average, occasionally frustrating stepping stone to the far superior SaGa entries that would follow soon thereafter.