Retro Gaming Club: The SNES Pixel Book (Review)


Every generation has an opinion on when the golden era of video game consoles happened. It could be when the PlayStation and Xbox were released, or when the PS2 and XBOX 360 came out, maybe when the Wii U hit store shelves, or you can go way back in the day with the NES. For […]

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Book Review: The Psychology of Final Fantasy – Surpassing The Limit Break


On the one hand, it’s a bit simplistic to call myself a Final Fantasy fan. Without context and a proper understanding of the franchise, it would be very easy to take that sentence for granted. If you’re a gamer like myself, however, you may appreciate the Final Fantasy franchise for one aspect or another, even […]

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Preview: Tales Of Arise (PS4)


Composer: Motoi SakurabaPlatforms: PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Series S, Microsoft WindowsDevelopers: BANDAI NAMCO, BANDAI NAMCO StudiosPublishers: BANDAI NAMCO, Namco Bandai Games America Inc. In the world of videogames, when a game or franchise gets updated in one way or another, it can be a time to rejoice or criticize. […]

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Retro Gaming Club: River City Ransom, Super Valis IV, Wrecking Crew


Be sure to check out my previous entries in the Retro Gaming Club, where I write short preview posts on three retro games I played that month. Oftentimes I haven’t played them before. so it can be a fresh experience for me. I also want to highlight older games and give them a little spotlight […]

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Review: Fire Tonight (PC)


Initial release date: September 3, 2020 Developer: Reptoid Games Publisher: Way Down Deep Platforms: Nintendo Switch, Microsoft Windows, macOS, Macintosh operating systems Genres: Puzzle, Adventure game, Indie game Rating: E Thanks to PAX East and Reptoid Games for the review copy of Fire Tonight. Games that try new concepts intrigue me as a gamer, so […]

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Retro Gaming Club: Pop’n TwinBee, Tuff E Nuff, Sengoku 3


Once a month for the Retro Gaming Club, for now, I hope to post a mini review of three retro games I have played so you can see if they are worth trying out or not. The list is very long when you consider all of the retro consoles that existed before the three main […]

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Preview: Project TRIANGLE STRATEGY (Switch)


During the recent Nintendo Direct in February, a new game called project TRIANGLE STRATEGY was revealed that reminded me of Fire Emblem and Octopath Traveler. When I watched the preview, I was excited to try it out but I assumed, like most games, I wouldn’t be able to get my hands on it for quite […]

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Thy Geekdom Come Vol. 2 – Healing Our Past With Final Fantasy VIII


When it comes to talking about faith and geeky hobbies, I’m glad there are others of us out there! One such group that publishes fantastic stories, devotionals and even graphic novels, is Mythos & Ink. They kindly reached out to me to share a chapter on their upcoming collection of devotionals titled Thy Geekdom Come […]

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Retro Gaming Club: Journey To Silius, Donkey Kong 3, Super Ghouls and Ghosts


Welcome to the Retro Gaming Club! A place to relive some of those nostalgic memories from the halcyon days of gaming, or to discover a game or two that you may want to experience. This column isn’t just about reviews, but also interviews, video reviews, or experiences that myself or other writers have had with […]

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