■ 28/10/06 - Xenosaga : Episode 3 Xenosaga Episode III should conclude with a quiz on the plot of the series. Double or nothing says nobody would pass. This is a sprawling mess of an RPG, ending a story that arguably goes down as the most ambitious attempted narrative in gaming history. The frightening part is, it claims that title even after cutting its planned running length in half.
■ 25/10/06 - Xenosaga : Episode 3 I’ve really wanted to like the Xenosaga series. I was a huge fan of Xenosaga’s spiritual predecessor, the beautiful, enigmatic, and entertaining 1998 Squaresoft RPG Xenogears. I remember when Square, which kept a lot of its RPGs from Amercian release back in those days, originally indicated that it would not translate Xenogears for an American audience because of concerns about strong religious themes in the game. When Square changed its mind and release Xenogears, I remember being in awe.
■ 26/09/06 - Xenosaga : Episode 3 In Xenosaga Episode III: Also sprach Zarathustra, you embody Shion and uncover the future of mankind in a journey to unveil the Gnosis phenomenon and save the galaxy in this exciting conclusion to the Xenosaga trilogy.
■ 22/09/06 - Xenosaga : Episode 3 Please bear with this. While a review of the finale to a three-part epic J-RPG science-fiction saga might seem irredeemably tedious to all but the most unflinchingly geekish consumer, there are lessons herein that are important to the rest of gaming.
■ 07/09/06 - Xenosaga : Episode 3 It was supposed to be a six-part series spanning multiple systems and more than a decade of time, but out of nowhere, Xenosaga Episode III: Also Sprach Zarathustra suddenly became the end of the best-selling RPG franchise instead of the middle of it.
■ 01/09/06 - Xenosaga Episode 3 A little over three years ago, a game that seemed like it might just have what it took to stand up to Final Fantasy appeared. Xenosaga Episode I had amazing graphics, an engrossing and epic story in a far-flung future, and the challenging gameplay to back it up.