Why I Would Love To See A Days Gone 2

For me, Sony exclusives always stood out as masterpieces. I have always been drawn to their originality and uniqueness. Studios like Insomniac Games and Naughty Dog made all the classics that I grew up with. Bend Studio’s Days Gone is no exception. It has a certain charm to it that few games about zombies can… Continue reading Why I Would Love To See A Days Gone 2

Top 5 Best-Selling PlayStation JRPGs

The original PlayStation was home to many wonderful JRPGs. This week, we want to look at the top five based on the amount of copies sold. There’s a lot of Final Fantasy on this list, but I’m sure that does not surprise anyone. These numbers reflect sales on the PlayStation only, not any re-releases or… Continue reading Top 5 Best-Selling PlayStation JRPGs

Throwback Bit Thursday: Final Fantasy V

Unreleased in its original SNES form in the United States, I first played Final Fantasy V as part of the Final Fantasy: Anthology Collection package released in 1999. The US only received two SNES entries Final Fantasy IV, and Final Fantasy IV under the “II and III” labels respectively. Squaresoft, at the time, bypassed releasing… Continue reading Throwback Bit Thursday: Final Fantasy V

SaGa Frontier Remastered Gets Released on April 15th

This 1998 PlayStation classic is finally back and will be available on Steam, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and mobile. SaGa Frontier Remastered will feature eight playable characters this time since they added Fuse for this remaster. Relive A Classic SaGa Frontier Remastered will bring the PlayStation classic to current consoles. Choose between 8 different characters… Continue reading SaGa Frontier Remastered Gets Released on April 15th

Days Gone Wasn’t a Great Game but its Sequel Could Have Been One

When I reviewed Days Gone last year, my score for the game (7.5/10) was in line with Metacritic’s 7.1 rating. According to recent reports, the less than stellar critic ratings are the main culprit for Days Gone being canned by Sony. Bend, the developer, approached Sony about starting a sequel for the game which was… Continue reading Days Gone Wasn’t a Great Game but its Sequel Could Have Been One

Astria Ascending A Brand New JRPG With Help From Final Fantasy Devs

Last month, publisher Dear Villager and developer Artisan Studios announced their JRPG Astria Ascending. This hand-drawn 2D RPG is getting the Final Fantasy treatment with the involvement of composer Hitoshi Sakimoto (Final Fantasy XII) and writer Kazushige Nojima (Final Fantasy VII Remake). A Gorgeous Hand-Drawn World Astria Ascending is a 2D RPG that looks absolutely… Continue reading Astria Ascending A Brand New JRPG With Help From Final Fantasy Devs

The Last of Us: Part II and my Inability to Forgive Abby

* Spoiler Warning: I was finally able to write a piece about the emotional impact that the Last of Us: Part II had in me when I first played the game last year. Because important plot points are discussed, if you haven’t played the game yet, it would be best to avoid this piece in its entirety as… Continue reading The Last of Us: Part II and my Inability to Forgive Abby

Monster Hunter Rise Review

Monster Hunter is a franchise that has been around for quite some time now. It has always been successful, especially in Japan, but western audiences have flocked to this series since the release of Monster Hunter World in 2018. World became Capcom’s most successful game ever, so with the announcement of Monster Hunter Rise and… Continue reading Monster Hunter Rise Review