Christian takes a look at his favorite games of the 2010s.
Originally published on Trevor Trove on March 10, 2017 After spending my first press hour playing Final Fantasy XV at PAX West last year, it seemed fitting that after a quick walk around the show floor I would play the first of the character-based FFXV DLC episodes, filling in the gaps of what happened to GladiolusContinue reading “PAX East 2017: Final Fantasy XV Episode Gladiolus Preview”
Originally published on Trevor Trove on January 2, 2017 Well here we are. My best of the best for 2016… To recap: Worst of 2015 Revisited Best of 2015 Revisited The Games You Won’t See on My GOTY Lists Top Ten Revisited Games in 2016 Top Ten Non-2016 Games That I Didn’t Get Around toContinue reading “Best Games of 2016: The Final List”
Originally published on Trevor Trove on December 25, 2016 TL; DR(eview) – Final Fantasy XV is the beginning of an interesting game and a decent enough new approach for the series. There are some good ideas and the combat feels like the kind Square Enix has visually wanted to produce since Advent Children, with charactersContinue reading “Final Fantasy XV Review (Spoilers Within)”
Originally published on Trevor Trove on September 12, 2016 Seeing as this PAX was my first with a Media badge, I decided to take advantage of the exclusive hour Media got on the Expo Hall floor Friday morning before the event opened up to everyone else. So when I got in, I made a beelineContinue reading “Final Fantasy XV Preview”
Originally published on Trevor Trove on April 1, 2016 Following the event Wednesday night, I joined many, many people in downloading and playing through the short new standalone demo for Final Fantasy XV. My immediate impression: the game looks beautiful. But that’s pretty much what I’ve come to expect from a mainline Final Fantasy title: great care is putContinue reading “Obligatory Platinum Demo Final Fantasy XV Impressions”