Persona 5

JRPGs need some serious help. When I was a child, I played a game called Final Fantasy VI. It was one of my first turn based RPGs, and it remained my all time favourite game through multiple generations of consoles. Even though no RPG ever topped it, Squaresoft kept putting out memorable and popular new…

Top 5 World of Warcraft Zones

When a game has been around for over 10 years and 6 expansions, you know that there will be a lot of ground to cover. Countless hours were spent searching every nook and cranny of Azeroth and it is now time to highlight some of the very best it has to offer. It was a…

Quattro Sports

Quit playing those darn games and go outside, the sun is bright and it’s a beautiful day. If you’re like me, that phrase was the bane of your childhood. Never felt like there was anything to do, and before the Gameboy came out that’s pretty much how it was back in the day. Sure, you…

Robin Hood

I think we can all agree on two things when I start talking about Robin Hood on the NES. First; wait, there’s no way anyone made a Robin Hood game for the NES, but now that I think about it that sounds like such a good idea. Second; obviously Robin Hood’s a fox, it just…

Drakkhen

Do you like open world exploration, beautifully rendered 3D landscapes, realistic swimming animation and hardcore dungeon delving? Perhaps you’re a fan of dragons, an epic day and night cycle, and walking against every corner of every room spamming the interact button hoping to find long lost treasure. Hope I’m talking about Skyrim? You’re not the…

Ys III: Wanderers From Ys

“It’s kind of like the Adventure of Link, but…” would be an adequate way to describe the experience of playing Ys III on the SNES. We tend to look back on the SNES fondly when it comes to RPGs; there were a limited number of them, and those few games are not only still talked…