The Hall welcomes its first Hero of Composers. But who?
Theater + Rhythm = Theatrhythm… Huh, simple.
Are classics born or made? Is a “classic” game simply one person’s opinion, or is it an objective title awarded to an experience that fulfils certain criteria? Does a good retro game automatically become “a classic”? Can a classic be born overnight? Struggling to keep their heads from exploding, the team share their thoughts in this week’s Friday Roundtable.
The team take a look at some more long-running franchises and discuss whether or not they’re still as relevant today as they were back in the day.
Mark Leung’s College Saga, episodes 1-4, tells a Final Fantasy-inspired tale about the horrors of vegetarianism. Yeah.
A group of four adventurers gets into a turn-based battle with an “epic” monster and summons creatures to aid them…sound like a game we all know and love?
Is Final Fantasy XIII-2 a worthy sequel? Check out our hands-on preview of the game!
Player choice and open-world games are becoming more and more common, to the benefit of all gamers. Really all? Those of us who are completionists now have a harder and longer road to travel than ever before.
The norse people, who are most widely known for their brutal and successful raids, lived from the 8th to 11th century and have had their history distorted by hearsay and misconceptions, all of which have been replicated in videogames. Historical pedantry aside, it’s interesting to see what videogame designers have extracted from historical accounts and where they have taken liberties with the facts.
Just a few days after announcing the “Legacy Edition” of Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy for the PlayStation Portable, Square-Enix follows up with an announcement for the Special Edition of the upcoming European release of Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection.
Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy, the oddly-named prequel to Square-Enix’s blockbuster Final Fantasy mash-up fighting game, will be getting the limited edition treatment when it his PSPs in Europe March 25.
In a survey of 1,075 people, Goo Ranking created a list of games that fans wanted to be a PS3 remake.