Pandora's Tower Review
Sticks and stones may break my bones, but swords and chains excite me. Should you climb the towers in Xseed's JRPG/adventure hybrid to save your cursed (and tragically whiny) girlfriend?
[ Editor's Note: As Nick Olsen is a writer for Theory of Gaming, this won't be counted in the monthly Vox Pop prize. However, it is very much a worthy read. ]
By Nick Olsen
Co-founder, Theory of Gaming
In 1985 Nintendo started a revolution when it...
i remember when this game was on a nintendo system then on the super nintendo. i used to play this game when it was on an arcade machine just before it was on the afore mentioned system. i will be thirty years old in a few weeks but i can still kick ass on this game like i did when i was eleven or so. i may get confused a bit 'cause it's been a while since playing it but the game plays the same as i remember-the soundtracks are clear not muffled or sound weird the graphics are similar to the nintendo-i like that 'cause it gives respect to the old school nintendo and it brings back good memories of when i played this game either by myself or with my cousin taking turns with the player one controller. of course i'm all grown up now, but that doesn't mean i can't kick some old school vampire butt. in my opinion this game is the best since they have it on the ps1. of course the whole series isn't on the ps1, but it would be nice if it was. of course i think the weaponry is a bit lacking but maybe that's not the case. when i'm kicking butt especially vampire butt, i like to have a laot of weapons on me to feel safe.