Out of all of the "Ys" games, "Ys Seven" had the most drastic changes. How did that pay off for Nihon Falcom?
"Ys Origin" is a prequel to the entire series. How does it fare and how much does it add to the "Ys" mythos?
"Ys VI": The Ark of Napishtim emerged eight years after the release of the fifth game. Was it good enough to successfully revive the series? Let's dive in and find out.
"Ys V" is something of an "Ys" anomaly that's more like a generic Super Nintendo RPG than a "Ys" game. How does this Japanese-exclusive RPG fair regardless of that?
There are three completely different games referred to as "Ys IV." Two were released on the SNES and PC Engine, while the third was playable on the Vita. How did that happen?
Midway Arcade Treasures 2 is a compilation for PlayStation 2, Xbox, and GameCube. Can this compilation hold up to the first one, even with classics like Arch Rivals and Mortal Kombat 2 & 3?
Midway Arcade Treasures is a compilation with games like Paperboy, Smash TV, Spy Hunter, and more. Is it still worth getting?
"Taito Legends" is a compilation for the PS2, Xbox, and PC with classic games like Space Invaders and Bubble Bobble, but is it worth getting?
In this part of the "Ys" Series Review, we will look at "Ys III: Wanderers From Ys" along with its remake, the excellent Oath in Felghana.
The Ys RPG series has endured for many decades now. With the thirtieth anniversary on the horizon, this series of articles will be looking at all of the main entries.