Some might view Final Fantasy IX not taking any huge risks as a disappointment after two games so caught up in showing off their new tricks, but this review will explain why FF9 is easy to enjoy by The Old School Game Vault.
What do you like to see in a videogame remake? I’m not talking about reboots like Tomb Raider or DmC—I mean games like Halo Anniversary, The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD, or the recent mobile port of Final Fantasy VI.
What old games do you find yourself returning to time after time? When does nostalgia play a factor and when do you think the gameplay experience still stands on its own even when up against newer competitors? Which old games were great experiences at the time but are hard to replay today?
Games like Final Fantasy XIII should have options for subtitles and original-language voice tracks. Q: How hard would this be to offer? A: Not that hard! The original-language voice acting has already been recorded and paid for, so the costs would be negligible. And nearly all story-related games offer English subtitles anyway, so there wouldn’t be extra work there, either.
There are a lot of video games I don’t feel like replaying just for a different difficulty level, though, and others that I replay at a different difficulty partly because there’s something else I want to try.
For the most part, the PS4 had a relatively smooth launch compared to consoles of previous generations. Less than a year after its launch, the console has only really suffered from one major bug, [...]
I’ve never thought about my gaming history in any systematic way, so this post is me thinking through my gaming firsts (well, mostly firsts). Thinking about these reminds me of and gives me a different perspective on influential gaming experiences I haven’t thought of in a while.
Are creepy action adventure games your thing? Betrayer is out on steam, and has enjoyed initial success with its mysterious world, but their is room for improvement in this review by The Old School Game Vault.
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