The pixels that power our nostalgia were never meant to be viewed on modern, high-definition displays. What's the right way to update history?
Square Enix invites you to take one last tour through Midgar before the plate drops.
The 58-year-old designer has been making role-playing games longer than many have been alive. Later this year, he'll release one for Apple Arcade.
“His mannerisms and his way of speaking definitely matched his avatar ... We live together now, but we still hang out in-game together.”
Midgar's cyberpunk-fantasy greebling is awesome to behold, but fuzzy and flawed. The tension reflects what this game is all about.
A jerk in high school ruined a major plot point, and my dad bought a memory card that kept dying. All I wanted to do was play 'Final Fantasy VII.'
One game moves back a few weeks, another moves back a few months.
Final Fantasy? Yakuza? Witcher 3? That’s a hell of a lineup.
Doomtrains. Space! Mechanized spiders. 'Final Fantasy VIII' truly has it all and then some.
The game's re-release gave me an opportunity to more closely examine why I've spent most of my life stanning 'Final Fantasy VIII.'
A whole generation of players didn't experience [blank]. Are we allowed to talk about [blank]?