Amidst these uncertain times, one of the few constants in my life right now has been our playthrough of Trails of Cold Steel III. I know how ludicrous that sentence sounds, but bear with me. We started the game back … Continue reading Music to My Ears: One-Way to the Netherworld
We’re playing through Trails of Cold Steel III over on our YouTube channel right now, and it’s been an interesting experience going through blind for the first time. In the past, I’d played the earlier games in the Trails series … Continue reading Music to My Ears: Spiral of Erebos
After seven major story arcs and more than 1,050 episodes of the Pokemon anime, the impossible has finally happened: Ash Ketchum won a Pokemon League tournament. After several heartbreaks along the way, getting increasingly close but coming up short, he … Continue reading Ash Ketchum Might Not Be the Worst Pokemon Trainer Ever?
Another day, another Final Fantasy XIV post. This time we’re looking at the boss theme from Stormblood, which really grew on me as we progressed our way through that expansion. Since the last post, our group completed Heavensward and Stormblood … Continue reading Music to My Ears: Triumph (Final Fantasy XIV)
The last post in this series was about Final Fantasy XIV, and so is this one. The difference is that between then and now, I’ve picked up the two expansions to the game (Heavensward and Stormblood) when they were on … Continue reading Music to My Ears: Fallen Angel (Final Fantasy XIV)
There’s a ton of quality music in Final Fantasy XIV. I’m a plebeian who’s only ever played the original Realm Reborn and not dipped my toes into Heavensward or Stormblood yet, but I love a ton of tracks from the … Continue reading Music to My Ears: Serenity (Final Fantasy XIV)
I said last year that NBA 2K18 lost a customer with its gross microtransactions nonsense. While voting with your wallet is an overrated concept sometimes, I’d like to think that losing a customer who bought every annual edition for more … Continue reading NBA 2K19: First Impressions, and the Issue of Microtransactions