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James literally cannot recall a time in which video games weren’t a part of his life. A childhood hobby turned adult fascination, gaming has been one of the few constants.
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Final Fantasy XIV Invites Players To Moonwalk In Latest Expansion

When you've already conquered the planet the next step is to turn your eyes to the heavens. After a hugely successful relaunch, a massive base...

Mortal Shell Review (Playstation 4) – Heavy Metal Lover

Mortal Shell has been somewhat unfairly tethered to its spiritual inspirations. “Somewhat” is doing a lot of heavy lifting here given how freely the game...

Amnesia: Rebirth Review (PC) – Sands of Time

Amnesia: Rebirth feels like a game out of time. Like a lovingly restored ornamented relic found in the dark corner of a tomb somewhere, it...

Finding Family In Final Fantasy 14 During A Global Pandemic

I don't think I'm alone in feeling...alone in 2020. It's been a truly unprecedented year of economic and social turmoil brought on by the global...

Ary And The Secret Of Seasons Review (Switch) – Seasonal Regression

Ary and the Secret of Seasons exhibits an admirable ambition and toys with a whole host of potentially fantastic concepts. It can't be knocked for...

Super Mario 3D All-Stars Review (Switch) – Bare (Dry) Bones

For a company whose prestige is so forged in the fires of nostalgia, Nintendo has a strangely unsympathetic relationship with its own legacy. It will...

Final Fantasy 14’s New Nier Automata Raid Is Wild

I often find myself falling back on references to The Simpsons' early seasons when words fail me. In the case of Final Fantasy 14 and...

Drake Hollow (Xbox One) Review – Work/Life Balance

Drake Hollow is outrageously compelling, even when frustrating. It has been a hot minute since I've walked away from a game out of annoyance only...

Tell Me Why Review (Xbox One) – Twin Suns

Tell Me Why is a quiet revelation. Developer DONTNOD’s output in the 2010s has been consistently good but has also shown the telltale marks of...

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition Review (PS4) – Year Book

It’s difficult to imagine a better Final Fantasy game to get remastered in 2020 than Crystal Chronicles. Earlier this year we saw Final Fantasy VII...