Throwback Bit Thursday: Skies of Arcadia

The Dreamcast was a weird little system, not because there was anything wrong with it, but because it launched in the U.S. (9/9/1999) in the midst of late gen N64 software (which looked pretty good), and the beginnings of a massive PlayStation 2 hype campaign.  The Dreamcast needed to be massive sales success in order to… Continue reading Throwback Bit Thursday: Skies of Arcadia

FF: Anthology, and the Potential for a Final Fantasy VI Remake

Final Fantasy VI is legendary. That statement is true for many reasons, but mainly for the games’ reputation as either the best, or second-best game in the series by most Final Fantasy afficionados’ reckoning.   Final Fantasy Anthology’s Importance to Final Fantasy VI Final Fantasy Anthology, a collector’s package that included the aforementioned Final Fantasy VI… Continue reading FF: Anthology, and the Potential for a Final Fantasy VI Remake

Fantasian Releases On Apple Arcade

On April 2nd, Fantasian was finally released on Apple Arcade. Final Fantasy creator Hironobu Sakaguchi was at the helm of this new mobile RPG experience. Fantasian blends traditional RPG elements like turn-based battles with a beautiful handcrafted world made up of dioramas. Beautifully Handcrafted World Fantasian has been getting a lot of attention thanks to… Continue reading Fantasian Releases On Apple Arcade

Top 5 Worst JRPGs According to Metacritic

JRPGs generally have a lot to offer. From great stories to deep battle systems, JRPGs offer some of the best gameplay. However, some of them can drop the ball and leave a player feeling like there isn’t much of a reason to play them. This week, we look at the five worst JRPGs according to… Continue reading Top 5 Worst JRPGs According to Metacritic

Final Fantasy X’s Lulu: The Most Important of Yuna’s Guardians

There are a number of reasons I keep replaying Final Fantasy X. For starters, it is my favorite Final Fantasy game, favorite battle system and the story is flawless. Each and every character is unique and memorable, but for me it’s Lulu that really shines. Lulu And Yuna Lulu is, in my opinion, the most… Continue reading Final Fantasy X’s Lulu: The Most Important of Yuna’s Guardians

TGIF: Parasite Eve’s Eerie Atmosphere Made it a Must Play

In the mid to late 90s, both the Nintendo 64 and the PlayStation competed for my play time on a consistent basis. The Nintendo 64 was home to my most memorable and awe-inspiring experiences (Mario 64, Golden Eye, Ocarina of Time), but my PlayStation was my “Storytelling” console thanks to its wide wealth of JRPGs.… Continue reading TGIF: Parasite Eve’s Eerie Atmosphere Made it a Must Play

Cyberpunk 2077 Patch 1.3 Announced, Fixes Everything, Finally

Newly appointed CD Projekt CEO, Mariusz Zbigniew Pudzianowski, hosted his first press conference today and announced Patch 1.3 will be coming for Cyberpunk 2077 by June 1st. Along with organizational changes to the way the company will make games going forward, that were announced recently, this shakeup included the CEO position as well. “Don’t worry,… Continue reading Cyberpunk 2077 Patch 1.3 Announced, Fixes Everything, Finally

Director Confirms that a Legend of Dragoon Remake is in the Works

Via: Kappa

The news of Sony of Japan Studio’s demise, all but shattered the hopes of a Legend of Dragoon “Remake” for the game’s fans. However, hope has been rekindled by a recent unexpected development.  “It has been a rough 21 years. Our parent company (Sony) showed no interest in the IP whatsoever. Our game (Legend of… Continue reading Director Confirms that a Legend of Dragoon Remake is in the Works