You know when you hear a game you love is getting a remaster or a remake and you get excited? And then the remake releases and you realize they fucked up? THPS 1+2 is that, but they didn't fuck up.
I made these back in May but haven't really organized them anywhere.
Not sure how much I have to say about this game. I ran into it because I watched some random video on YouTube called 7 Short JRPGs Worth Your Time! and it seemed neat.
The peak of video games.
alrighty, another taylor release, a surprise to be sure but a welcome one.
This time without the asterisk. I did it legit on original console and discs. And frankly, I realize it's not such a big deal because it's a pretty easy game.
It's fair to say I haven't really played this game until now. Yeah I played it 10 years ago or whatever, but I didn't really understand it and so I've grown this mindset about it where I completely underestimated it. I cannot imagine how insane it must've been if you played it when it was new. I feel like if I had (and I wasn't 1 year old) I could've played this game for like 5 years before getting a new game.
Despite what you heard and the user score on Metacritic (3.4/10 over 24k reviews at time of writing): it's good.
I’m on vacation and I wanted to play a game on my PS4. And for some reason I went with the FF7 remake. Followers of this blog and me will know that I played the demo and really liked it, but not much more than that. I wasn’t gonna pre-order.
I rarely use the Twitch website to watch streams.
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