Trevor shares his excitement over the Final Fantasy VII 25th Anniversary announcements and Logan shares his disappointment over the apparent confirmation that Tony Hawk Pro Skater 3+4 was in development before Vicarious Visions got folded into the rest of Activision Blizzard.
Strap in for a long one this week as Logan and Trevor run through the silly “Best Video Game of All Time” Bracket from IGN.
Cameron goes over his Top Ten Games of the Year in 2020.
Frank, Logan, and Christian sit down this week to discuss Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and Persona 5 Royal.
Trevor and Cameron are back this week to dive into their spoiler-filled impressions of Final Fantasy VII Remake and they’re joined by friend of the show Brandon Gann. They dive into some of their favorite changes, boss fights, and all sorts of theories about the game’s ending and what it could mean for the future.
Trevor and Cameron sit down and discuss the spoiler-free impressions of their first weekend with the hotly anticipated Final Fantasy 7 Remake.
We’ve reached the end of Season Two with five RPGs duking it out for the top spot. Which one will take the crown to be named the best game of all time and join 2018’s God of War from Season One in retirement?
Originally published on Trevor Trove on December 29, 2016 Way back at the beginning of the year, I started keeping track of everything I played this year in an Excel spreadsheet (because nerd). I tracked the game, what system I played it on, if I 100%-ed the game or got the Platinum Trophy, jotted downContinue reading “Top Ten Revisited Games in 2016”
Originally published on Trevor Trove on January 17, 2016 TL; DR(eview) – While Final Fantasy VII doesn’t hold up particularly well visually in its original polygonal form, the characters and gameplay standout from Squaresoft’s golden age and new additions like the ability to play at 3x speed prevent revisiting the game from being a time-consuming chore. ItContinue reading “Final Fantasy VII Review”
The Favorite Games List was a recurring feature originally published on Trevor Trove. This installment originally debuted on January 10-11, 2016 Part One Now that we’re entering the realm of PlayStation, Nintendo 64, and beyond, I think I’m going to occasionally break these up into multi-part posts. I probably could have done this with SuperContinue reading “Favorite Video Games – PlayStation”