Month: June 2021

If Final Fantasy VII Remake Stays the Course…I’m on Board

It isn’t often that I finish a game that spans 40 hours as quickly as I finished Final Fantasy VII Remake in 2020. I thought it did a wonderful job in bringing the world of Midgar and the characters within it to life in… Continue Reading “If Final Fantasy VII Remake Stays the Course…I’m on Board”

Where in the World is the New LEGO Star Wars?

It was last September that I did a post on the delay of LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga. At the time, it was stated that the game would be released in Spring 2021. At one point, it looked as if there would be… Continue Reading “Where in the World is the New LEGO Star Wars?”

IN THE NEWS: Bots Are Coming Back to Battlefield

The bots are returning to the Battlefield series. I repeat…the bots are returning to the Battlefield series. EA DICE revealed Battlefield 2042 this week as the series will move from the periods of the two World Wars into the not-so-distant future. When it is… Continue Reading “IN THE NEWS: Bots Are Coming Back to Battlefield”

The Best Interactive Narrative I’ve Played

Ever since I’ve played Maniac Mansion on the Nintendo Entertainment System, I’ve always had a soft spot in my heart for point & click/interactive video games. Games like Zak McKraken and the Alien Mindbenders, Loom, Kings Quest, Police Quest IV, and the Monkey Island… Continue Reading “The Best Interactive Narrative I’ve Played”

The First Zombies Game I Loved

I respect the Resident Evil series a great deal. Even though, I could never finish one game in the series, the story and lore of Resident Evil always fascinated me. But before the first Resident Evil became a reality on the original PlayStation, there… Continue Reading “The First Zombies Game I Loved”