When I say the word Suikoden I hope you all think, “Wow! What a great series.” Opinionated in my own mind, Suikoden has always been a good series. Though bigger in Japan than America, Suikoden is slowly becoming more and more apparent to the average American gamer. With the release of Suikoden 3 over a year ago, I’ve been left empty and hurt; a hole burnt into my heart, if you will. So I ask myself, “What’s left to fill that gaping void?” The answer is, of course, Suikoden 4.
Announced for the PS2 almost a year ago, Suikoden 4 takes the series deeper than it’s ever gone before. Being more of an adventure game than its other incarnations, the Suikoden 4 promises to bring excitement to every minute of gameplay. Being set almost entirely on the ocean, it’s definitely going for that