We made it to our 200th episode! Today we celebrate by bring on NINE of our friends from previous episodes! Each guest spins our wheel and answers the random questions that turn up. Then, at the end of their round, they ask our chat an FFXIV trivia question and the winners get a game time code!
If you’re anything like me, you saw the release of Streets of Rage 4 as a wonderfully pleasant surprise in an apparent sea of new beat ’em ups (check out our review here). It’s no surprise that the devs behind this would want to expand the content through DLC, but the way that they’re approaching
I’m going to cut to the chase with this one, folks. I’ve got quite the backlog of games I haven’t finished or own but haven’t played yet. What tends to happen, especially for RPGs, even though I love them, is I invest quite a bit of time in them, get distracted by another new game,
A new “Liscensed Video Game Cookbook” was spotted on Amazon today by Twitter user Wario64. Further investigation has led to the discovery that it is in fact, The Ultimate Final Fantasy XIV Cookbook.
As we approach the 20th anniversary of Square Enix’s first MMO title, Final Fantasy XI, the company has launched a new website to countdown to the massive milestone. The site will be continuously updated as we get closer to the anniversary with things like recaps of major events and announcements, special illustrations, as well as
Today, Sony took to the internet with the latest State of Play stream which showcased nine minutes of gameplay from the upcoming console exclusive Deathloop as well as giving us announcements and updates from titles including Moss: Book II, Lost Judgement, and Death Stranding Director’s Cut.
I’ll be honest. My first gaming device was a computer – the Commodore 64. I laid my hands on it barely after I learned to walk. Despite being a big Nintendo fan and getting the original NES for Christmas when I was six, I’ve actually played more games using a keyboard (and mouse later) than
After playing the current early access build for Lost Epic, I have mixed feelings. Or perhaps more accurately, my feelings about the game varied a lot depending on whether I was at a part of the game that felt particularly polished or one that still felt like it had most of the game’s rough edges
You get to run around as an adorable crow slaying monsters ten times your size with a glowing red sword, do I REALLY need to say anymore? But if that sentence failed to convince you, allow me to regale you with the my full experience for Death’s Door, releasing July 20, 2021 for Xbox systems
Those looking to add to their growing Final Fantasy XIV OST collection will be excited to learn that the next album, Death Unto Dawn: Final Fantasy XIV Original Soundtrack will be released on September 15 for 5,500 yen (around $50). It will include 84 songs from Final Fantasy XIV Patch 5.1 through Patch 5.5 and
Here we go, on the third and actually final Patch 5.5 Lorecast episode! The very generous Anonymoose joins Xenedra, Aldianaux, and Rook once more to take on the break down of lore from Zadnor.
Ever since I was a kid, I’ve always had a thing for medieval stuff. Knights, castles, siege weapons, swords, bows, everything really. I also really dug the more fantasy type stuff like wizards and elves and such. I have some real pieces of armor, swords and stuff in my personal space, so that should validate
Ever since the addition of the Return to Ivalice raid series introduced during the Stormblood expansion, Final Fantasy XIV has gone on to add even more story involving the region and it’s main bad guy Noah van Gabranth with the recent Save the Queen series. The most recent update to FFXIV saw the inclusion of
I was intrigued as soon as I saw Hot Wheels Unleashed announced, because it hit on one of the great things I love about video games: the potential for fun arcade racers that sit in the space between aggressive simulation and kart-based games. Don’t get me wrong, I love me some kart games, and aggressive
Given that it’s still a relatively new system, I have been anxiously awaiting more games for the PlayStation 5. Scarlet Nexus was one of my most anticipated titles, as it was supposed to scratch that modern JRPG itch that I’ve felt for a while now. In a lot of ways, the game definitely delivered and
Today, Final Fantasy XIV updated with patch 5.57, bringing with it a handful of small adjustments to make life easier for players while they wait for the Endwalker expansion coming in November. Changes to improve the current relic grind, changes to Eden’s Promise (Savage) and more were implimented. You can read the full notes here.
Six in-person shows have been cancelled due to the COVID-19 Pandemic since PAX East 2020 was held. Now it seems, event organizers are ready to get back into the swing of things. Today, it was announced that PAX West 2021, will be an in-person event at Seattle’s Washington State Convention Center from Friday, September 3
Today, Marvel’s Avengers received an update that adds a new villain sector in the form of a battle with Monica and the Cosmic Cube. The fight itself I thought was quite fun. However, those that might be on the fence about picking up the game again and would want to perhaps see the new content
Now that the dust has begun to settle following last week’s E3 showcases, gamers worldwide are adding their most anticipated titles to their Steam wishlists and bookmarking for their favorite consoles. I’ve also been wishlisting like there’s no tomorrow and felt it was my duty to draft the real summary of most anticipated games announced
Alongside the highly anticipated showcases from huge brands and corporations such as Xbox, Square Enix, Capcom, and Nintendo, E3 gives many other publishers and developers a chance to showcase their works. One such case is Freedom Games, a publisher that makes it their mission to ‘provide support to independent developers where it (is) most needed