The upcoming Final Fantasy fighting game is set to finally arrive on PS4 in early 2018. It already features a nice roster, with plenty more characters on the way. But which ones should make the cut? Let I, a casual fan of the franchise, share my own ideas.
We all denied it, but it’s true – there’s going to be a crossover between Mario and the Rabbids. While certainly a unique idea, is it actually a good one or something that should’ve been rejected from the get-go?
Continuing from the last list I wrote, here are the ten Capcom characters that I think should be made playable in Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite.
With the latest installment in the Marvel vs. Capcom series only a few months away, I ask the question as to who amongst Marvel’s impressive gallery of heroes and villains should be allowed to duke it out with Capcom’s own all-stars.
WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep
A few weeks ago, I ranked the Kingdom Hearts series to see which games I considered the best. However, I omitted a couple of entries; one of them being Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep -A fragmentary passage- (dear RPG makers, stop making your titles so damn long). The reason for its omission was because it ultimately wasn’t a full game and was only included on the 2.8 collection as a teaser of sorts for Kingdom Hearts III.
It very nearly was included, though; it actually would’ve been third in the rankings. That’s pretty high up for what’s really just a glorified tech demo, and that’s because, despite its short length, it’s pretty damn good. So, I figured I’d give it it’s own review to make up for it being left out. Continue reading
WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for the Kingdom Hearts series
If you really think about it, Kingdom Hearts is one of the weirdest success stories ever. I mean, it’s a Disney/Final Fantasy crossover. This is the kind of thing you’d see in fan-fictions from the mid-2000s; not a professionally made videogame series. Yet, somehow, it worked and has a large following of dedicated fans the world over – me being one of them.
While it’s certainly had its ups and downs, I still wholeheartedly love this series, despite my personal gripes with it, and am more than excited for when Kingdom Hearts III inevitably drops (whenever that is). In the meantime, I’ve decided to go through the entire series thus far to see how each entry stacks up against each other. Which games do I adore with all my heart and which ones do I wish I could cast into the darkness? Let’s find out together, shall we? Continue reading
Earlier this week, I was lucky enough to be able to attend the launch party for mobile and tablet game Ruby Rei, developed by London-based team Wibbu. Since I was able to get a chance to play the game and see what it’s like to be an actual journalist, I figured I’d write a short piece about the game itself and spread awareness of it.
For those who don’t know, Wibbu specialises in creating educational videogames; you know, the kind of games that actively try to teach you something. Nowadays, when we think of “edutainment,” we think of very basic Flash games and the like; the kind that exist purely to teach and trick kids into thinking they’re having fun just because there are cute pictures of frogs involved.
I remember when I was a kid, I had some PC games to help we with my maths, literacy etc. that were dressed up in adventure stories about kids solving mysteries and exploring jungles and the like. They had plot, character and, overall, just charm to them, and they’re something I don’t think are really around anymore. Ruby Rei, however, seems like Wibbu’s attempt to bring that method of teaching back. Continue reading