GameSpite’s sixth quarterly edition sees our intrepid writers focusing on the flip side of the topic covered in GameSpite Quarterly 2: the games that didn’t make the cut as “greatest ever,” but which nevertheless deserve more love. These selections, chosen by the plucky denizens of Talking Time, range from the well-known (Final Fantasy X-2) to the esoteric (E.V.O., anyone?) to the utterly despised (why hello there, Unlimited Saga). They span back as far as the early NES era (Super Mario Bros. 2) and reach all the way into 2010 (Deadly Premonition). The one thing uniting these selections is that we think they deserve more love than the world at large has lavished upon them.
Please note that the green border of the cover is a much darker, richer color than appears in Blurb's web preview! The contents of this book are identical to those of the paperback edition.
The full contents of this book are listed at http://www.gamespite.net/toastywiki/index.php/Site/GSQ6TableOfContents
The site currently hosted at GameSpite.net has been online in various incarnations since 1996, although it's only in the past few years that it's become a home to smart, incisive critiques by a loosely-associated team of writers.
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