Strategy Guides



Final Fantasy VII
Squaresoft, 1997

The seventh installment in the Final Fantasy series and considered one of the greatest games in the series, if not one of the greatest games of all time.

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Final Fantasy VIII
Square, 1999

The eigth installment in the Final Fantasy series released on PlayStation and on PC. Featuring a much more realistic setting and the first use of live vocals for the theme music.

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Final Fantasy IX
Squaresoft, 2000

The ninth installment in the Final Fantasy series and the last of the series released on the original PlayStation. Going back to the much more cartoonish appearance of some of the previous games, I would consider this game one of the worst in the series.

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Final Fantasy X
Square, 2001

The tenth installment in the Final Fantasy series released for PlayStation 2 and re-released on Playstation 3 and PlayStation Vita. Featuring 3D backgrounds and a full voice cast, Final Fantasy X was the first game to have a direct sequel released as well as several spin offs.

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The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask
Nintendo, 2000

The sixth installment of The Legend of Zelda series released on the Nintendo 64.

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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
Nintendo, 1998

The first game to introduce the target lock system and one of Nintendo’s best selling titles - Ocarina of Time is now considered one of the Nintendo 64’s most iconic games.

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Luigi’s Mansion
Nintendo, 2001

One of the first games released for the Nintendo GameCube which featured Luigi as the primary character over Mario (duh...)

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Mario Kart 64
Nintendo, 1996

The successor to Super Mario Kart which included a move to true 3D graphics.

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Ogre Battle 64: Person of Lordly Calibur
Atlus, 2000

Not a widely known game but certainly a classic. A sequel to Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen for the Super Nintendo.

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Phantasy Star Online Episode I & II
Sega, 2002

Brought over from Dreamcast to Nintendo GameCube, the game included several new features and a host of new explorable areas.

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Pikmin
Nintendo, 2001

The first game in the Pikmin series and one of the first games released for the Nintendo GameCube.

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Resident Evil 0
Capcom, 2002

The first prequel game in the Resident Evil series and the first game to allow the player to switch back and forth between two characters.

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Sonic Adventure 2 Battle
Sonic Team USA, 2001

The GameCube adaptation of the popular Sega Dreamcast title. Featuring two distinct hero and villain classes.

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Star Wars Rogue Squadron II: Rogue Leader
Factor 5 & LucasArts, 2001

The second of three games in the Rogue Squadron series and one of the launch titles for the Nintendo GameCube.

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Super Smash Bros. Melee
HAL Laboratory, 2001

A crossover fighting game and the second game in the Super Smash Bros. series.

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The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask
Nintendo, 2000

The sixth installment of The Legend of Zelda series released on the Nintendo 64.

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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
Nintendo, 1998

The first game to introduce the target lock system and one of Nintendo’s best selling titles - Ocarina of Time is now considered one of the Nintendo 64’s most iconic games.

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Luigi’s Mansion
Nintendo, 2001

One of the first games released for the Nintendo GameCube which featured Luigi as the primary character over Mario (duh...)

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Mario Kart 64
Nintendo, 1996

The successor to Super Mario Kart which included a move to true 3D graphics.

View Strategy Guide

Ogre Battle 64: Person of Lordly Calibur
Atlus, 2000

Not a widely known game but certainly a classic. A sequel to Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen for the Super Nintendo.

View Strategy Guide

Phantasy Star Online Episode I & II
Sega, 2002

Brought over from Dreamcast to Nintendo GameCube, the game included several new features and a host of new explorable areas.

View Strategy Guide

Pikmin
Nintendo, 2001

The first game in the Pikmin series and one of the first games released for the Nintendo GameCube.

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Resident Evil 0
Capcom, 2002

The first prequel game in the Resident Evil series and the first game to allow the player to switch back and forth between two characters.

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Sonic Adventure 2 Battle
Sonic Team USA, 2001

The GameCube adaptation of the popular Sega Dreamcast title. Featuring two distinct hero and villain classes.

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Star Wars Rogue Squadron II: Rogue Leader
Factor 5 & LucasArts, 2001

The second of three games in the Rogue Squadron series and one of the launch titles for the Nintendo GameCube.

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Super Smash Bros. Melee
HAL Laboratory, 2001

A crossover fighting game and the second game in the Super Smash Bros. series.

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Final Fantasy VII
Squaresoft, 1997

The seventh installment in the Final Fantasy series and considered one of the greatest games in the series, if not one of the greatest games of all time.

View Strategy Guide

Final Fantasy VIII
Square, 1999

The eigth installment in the Final Fantasy series released on PlayStation and on PC. Featuring a much more realistic setting and the first use of live vocals for the theme music.

View Strategy Guide

Final Fantasy IX
Squaresoft, 2000

The ninth installment in the Final Fantasy series and the last of the series released on the original PlayStation. Going back to the much more cartoonish appearance of some of the previous games, I would consider this game one of the worst in the series.

View Strategy Guide

Final Fantasy X
Square, 2001

The tenth installment in the Final Fantasy series released for PlayStation 2 and re-released on Playstation 3 and PlayStation Vita. Featuring 3d backgrounds and a full voice cast, Final Fantasy X was the first game to have a direct sequel released as well as several spin offs.

View Strategy Guide