I know I’ve said this before, but honestly, I think the biggest chunk of Diablo 3’s replay value comes from the seasons it regularly runs.
Back for my first season, I picked a demon hunter to play.
I absolutely loved it; I could stay out of the way, doing damage from afar and slowly accumulating a totally badass suit that nearly made me invincible. You know, when I had turrets up. Continue reading “It’s Ninja Time: My Diablo 3 Melee Demon Hunter Build”
World of Final Fantasy was my first real experience with the Final Fantasy series. I fell in love almost as soon as I saw it; everything about it was adorable, from the character design to the Pokémon-meets-Chiquita-Banana combat style.
It didn’t take me long at all to finish the main story. Which, by the way, broke my heart completely.
Today, World of Final Fantasy Maxima hits the shelves. It’s the first real update the game has gotten since its release in 2016—and it’s exciting for a few reasons! Continue reading “What Can We Expect from World of Final Fantasy Maxima?”
Recently, I was happily wandering around on the Internet when I saw a story about Xbox.
It would seem that Microsoft has said that the Xbox One X, which has been getting hyped all year as “the world’s most powerful console,” actually won’t be the company’s flagship. Instead, it’ll be relying on the One S to carry it.
That really got me thinking about differences in consoles, which honestly is not something that occurs to me a whole lot, and how people pick favourites. Continue reading “Why I Don’t Have a Favourite Console”
I have a confession to make.
I am embarrassingly unaware of most video games out there. Rather than any kind of falsified indifference toward games, I like to chalk this up to the fact that my family’s first console was a Wii. We missed all previous consoles, and to be entirely honest, all following consoles too.
I never really saw it as missing out, because I had no idea what I was missing. Continue reading “Entering the World of Final Fantasy”