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   Ludicrous Speed  

[01/21/2003]   Monday was Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and because of it my campus was shut down. Like any good holiday, a lot of people were sitting down to watch movies. It turns out the dorm channel was playing an old classic: Spaceballs. Sadly, it seems to be less funny every time I watch it, but it's still full of great quotes. With a full semester getting underway later today, things will be going at ludicrous speed soon enough. So, before the madness begins - enjoy another sampling of reviews.

 
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   This is more of a compliment then a complaint. Thanks to everyone who's used the text template, it's made the update process a lot easier. There have also been a lot of new faces lately, and if you're wondering whether your material will be posted in the near future or not - it will, but the reviews are split up between different updates (so the section doesn't have over 10 reviews in one update and 2 in the next).

  ~  Paul 'Amish' Koehler

 
 
 Today's Reviews
 

Amish: Here's another part of Phillipe Richer and Robust Stu's massive review batch. It's also nice to see the Reviewless List being shaved again. Keep it up!

 
Breath of Fire - Retroview
  Nostalgia or not, it ain't very good 3 Reader Review Phillipe Richer  
Breath of Fire IV - Retroview
  A wasted opportunity at greatness 8 Reader Review Phillipe Richer  
Final Fantasy IV - Retroview
  A True Classic 6 Reader Review Robust Stu  
Final Fantasy V - Retroview
  It Should Have Stayed In Japan 3 Reader Review Robust Stu  
Final Fantasy VII - Retroview
  The One That Started the Craze 8 Reader Review Robust Stu  
Final Fantasy Legend II - Retroview
  Quite a Fun Game, Indeed 7 Reader Review Robust Stu  
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