When I initially saw a partial playthrough of the original 3DS release of Miitopia on YouTube, my expectations were low. You see, I’ve never been a big fan of Mii’s. For me, these simple, customizable characters were just not very appealing, and so I expected Miitopia to be a shallow and dull experience. I was quickly surprised by how charming and quirky the game ended up being, and I found myself toying with the idea of playing Miitopia for myself. I finally gave the game a try after the demo was released for the Switch, and it wasn’t long before a full copy of the game was added to my library. I had been writing about my experiences with the game over the last few months, and today, it’s finally time for a full review.Continue reading Miitopia is Way Better Than It Has Any Right to Be
It feels like the GameCube era of games falls into an odd middle ground where they’re just old enough that getting your hands on them is hard, but they’re also too new to be included on Virtual Console or the Switch’s online service. So when I saw that the Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles HD remake was on sale on the PS4, I jumped at the chance to buy it. (My other reason is for recording the game for YouTube. GameCube games also tend to be difficult to record, considering they aren’t HDMI-compatible.) Having not played the game for 15 years, this recent playthrough opened my eyes to the fact that…I know surprisingly little about this game, despite having beaten it multiple times.Continue reading Crystal Chronicles: Have I Been Playing All Wrong?
Today we begin our playthrough of the PS4 remaster of Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles, an action RPG where one must collect myrrh in order to protect our village from the deadly miasma.