All week long, Trevor is hopping into some last-minute potential Game of the Year candidates with some bonus That Nerdy Site Plays episodes. Trevor is a lifelong Final Fantasy fan and – as dumb as this game seems – Trevor wanted to check out Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin before year-end.
Cameron Abbott shares his favorite games of 2021.
After playing the original NES Classic version of Final Fantasy earlier this week, Trevor sat down to compare it with the new Pixel Remaster version available on Steam.
Trevor returns to the game that kicked off a series he has loved through ups and downs for 30 years with the original Final Fantasy.
As an Episode 50 treat, Logan and Trevor take a break from reacting to the biggest news in gaming this week and instead look back on some of their fond childhood gaming memories.
The Favorite Games List was a recurring feature originally published on Trevor Trove. This installment originally debuted on March 12-14, 2016 Part One Well, it’s been a couple weeks since I wrapped up my Favorite Games of the sixth generation of consoles: PlayStation 2, Xbox, and Gamecube. And now that I’m all moved into my new place, I was ableContinue reading “Favorite Games List – Game Boy Advance”
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”
Well when I took a sick day from work, I figured I’d be spending a lot more time lying around on the couch, playing some more Fallout 4. But that didn’t happen so much as there was some house cleaning and lunch with my sister. Then a mid-afternoon nap that just happened to coincide with what I thought was going to be a somewhat light Nintendo Direct that I would just read a synopsis of later. Then I woke up to Cloud Strife being announced for Super Smash Bros…
The original Final Fantasy was released in 1987, two years after I was born. I have quite literally grown up with the series. Final Fantasy IV on the Super Nintendo (or as it was known in the United States back then, Final Fantasy II) was my introduction to the series and I was immediately hooked. The story, characters, combat system, and world were incredible for young Trevor to behold. A few years later, Final Fantasy VI came stateside as Final Fantasy III and improved on absolutely everything I loved about it’s predecessor. Both of these games still hold the place at the top of my favorite games of all time list and I own many iterations and re-releases of them both.