Final Fantasy Type-0 HD: A Dark, Uneven Spin-off

This article is a part of Final Fantasy: A Crystal Compendium, which is a collaboration that features Final Fantasy-related articles written by a plethora of amazing people across the blogosphere. I'm in great company and quite proud of what everyone has created. Please click the link above to access to the official hub and give... Continue Reading →


Square Enix Improving Project Octopath Traveler Based on Demo Feedback is Great News

Square Enix's upcoming 2D/3D retro hybrid role-playing game Project Octopath Traveler (working title) received a playable demo on the Nintendo Switch last year, and it appears they're taking the 45,000+ pieces of feedback they received quite seriously. A developer vlog was published earlier today on the official Nintendo YouTube channel detailing the changes, which center on... Continue Reading →

Celebrating 30 Years of Phantasy Star by Playing it for the First Time!

When December 20th rolled around, Sega didn't seem too concerned with their RPG's 30th anniversary. At least someone was, though. Phantasy Star debuted on the Sega Master System that day back in 1987 (1988 in North America), and like many others here in the States, I didn't own the console. I didn't even know the... Continue Reading →

As Final Fantasy Celebrates 30 Years Today, What are Your FF-related Resolutions for 2018?

Final Fantasy celebrates its 30th anniversary today, making it one of longest running console RPG series to date (Ultima and Dragon Quest say hello, by the way). As a way of celebrating one of my favorite series of all time, I thought it'd be interesting to discuss any Final Fantasy-related resolutions we might have brewing... Continue Reading →

[REVIEW] Mary Skelter: Nightmares Mary Skelter: Nightmare Developer: Idea Factory/Compile Heart Publisher: Idea Factory International Available on: Playstation Vita (reviewed), Playstation TV Price: $29.99 USD For fans of: Light-hearted dungeon crawlers, JRPGs Brad: Hey Kayla, I got a game from Idea Factory that needs reviewing. It's a dungeon crawler. Me: (Internally screaming with excitement) Me: Sure, I got some time.... Continue Reading →

[REVIEW] Cyberdimension Neptunia: 4 Goddesses Online

Cyberdimension Neptunia: 4 Goddesses Online Developer: Tamsoft Publisher: Idea Factory Available on: PS4 (reviewed, releases Oct. 10th), Steam (coming 2018) Price: $49.99 USD For fans of: The NepNep universe, Sword Art Online Before we get started, do me a favor and count to 180. It's okay, I'll wait. Three minutes feels a bit longer than... Continue Reading →

The Most Important RPG in Console History Celebrates its 20th Anniversary Today

While the SNES arguably had better releases in the Final Fantasy series, it was the seventh entry on the original PlayStation that truly brought the RPG genre into the eyes of the mainstream. Final Fantasy VII's multi-disc spanning epic was a smashing success in 1997, selling nearly 10 million copies worldwide, and changed the gaming... Continue Reading →

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