There can really be only one question when we talk about Final Fantasy: which female character is your favorite? This week we tackle that most important subject, head on.
Reading about the people behind the hardware and software that make up the last fifty years of gaming history is a rewarding process, and can immediately transform any fan of gaming into a student of this fantastic subject as well.
Some legacy games are truly deserving of legendary status. Will this week’s roundup include your new favorite old game? Read the article to find out!
His name was not his biggest problem. He was terrible at everything he tried. One would be hard pressed to find a man so hopeless, but Lusipurr did. Unfortunately.
It turns out that tablets did not change the world, and gaming on a touch screen is still inferior to gaming with a controller. Also, the PC is not dead.
Console emulation may just be mankind’s single greatest accomplishment, ever. In the history of the world. We explore some highlights of this monumental technology this week.
Have you ever wanted a perfect portable gaming experience? Have you ever dreamed of playing the best games on the best hardware, regardless of when you mom told you that you had to go to bed? I have. Been told to go to bed, that is.
Ever want to go back to that traditional D&D-style dungeon crawling experience with your RPGs? Then perhaps one of these portable DRPG offerings would be worth a look! (And fear not, they are all from Japan!)
At what point does the prohibitively high cost of VR “gaming” end the platform’s relevance? This week we will explore just what it takes (in money, anyhow) to build one’s own VR-ready computer. (Spoiler: Be prepared to take on a second job.)
Collecting consoles is not necessarily a bad thing, though it can be very expensive. But what if one collects consoles for the sake of collecting them alone? An unforgivable mess that lingers years after most of the hardware is gone.