Lusipurr is joined on a trans-Atlantic cable call by Imitanis to discuss the recent European and American release of the Sony Play Station. The panel discusses whether Sony can become a major hardware developer, or whether they will be forgotten.
Adeki opens the door to the year of 1996 only to be overwhelmed by the amount of games released within a one year period. How could one person play all of these games in just one year? Could anyone besides Bill Gates even afford to? Read on to find out!
Adeki dons his favorite tuxedo vest and decides to pour himself a full glass of time-travelling juice to travel into the year 1994. Was this batch a dud, or a refreshing glass of video gaming happiness? Read on!
Adeki is back like Backstreet to talk all about PlayStation consoles, purchased for terrorist planning and the Air Force Research Division alike, Sony has had an interesting history with the power of their consoles. But what about the rest? Read on!
Deciding after last week that he wants to write something positive, Deimosion spends this week’s post exploring why the classic Mega Man formula works so well. SPOILERS: Dr. Wily was behind everything the whole time!
In the third installment of his Final Fantasy Retrospective Daniel discusses the PlayStation era, wherein the Final Fantasy franchise finally came unto its own.
Continuing from before, Daniel explores the SNES era of the Final Fantasy series and its releases. Join Daniel as he discusses what is to many a true golden age for the massive JRPG franchise.
The Final Fantasy series has, for decades, shaped the face of the Japanese RPG. Join Daniel as he takes a step back in time in the first part of a multi-editorial retrospective to discuss the Final Fantasy franchise’s first few entries for the NES.
Tomba! is a cult classic Action-Platformer that received universal acclaim but poor sales. Daniel discusses and reviews this colorful, quirky, little-known PlayStation classic in this week’s review.