Freedom, friends, and points of no return in Final Fantasy XV

There’re wearing too many layers for being at the beach (FFXV/Square Enix)

44 hours, 28 minutes, and 49 seconds. That’s how long I played Final Fantasy XV before I finally sailed to the second continent.


Jedi: Fallen Order and the benefits of the bare minimum

Let’s go ziplining! (Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order/Respawn Entertainment/EA Inc.)

I hadn’t realized I’d sunk forty hours into Jedi: Fallen Order until I’d already done it.


I Finally Finished The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

75 hours or more, according to my Switch. That’s how long it took me to beat Breath of the Wild, and honestly, I thought I didn’t like it that much.


3-D Platforming, Nostalgia, and Growing with Games

Where it all begins (Super Mario 64/mario.fandom.com/Nintendo)


Whoops, I wrote a thing that isn’t about a game I’ve owned for seven years.

This was the first time I used a meme-maker am I good at it yet.

One disadvantage to starting a blog about games you’ve owned for a long time is that you start to get a craving to write about all the games you play.


Final Fantasy IV and the Glory of the Goofy

Look at all these characters to love (FFIV/square-enix-games.com)

Sometimes, nostalgia lets you down. Thankfully, Final Fantasy IV didn’t.


A brief review of the first Final Fantasy game

I don’t like this game but damn this is cool (Final Fantasy, Square Enix, finalfantasy.fandom.com)

Square released first Final Fantasy came out in 1987, the same year TSR, Inc. began development of the second edition of Dungeons and Dragons. This is a coincidence.


February is Final Fantasy Month Here at the Backlog

Where’s The Camera, Exactly? (Final Fantasy XV/Square Enix/Screenshot)

Firewatch’s Real Little Life

Home Sweet Home (Firewatch/Campo Santo/Steam)

Bad Romance and Completionism in The Witcher

Hair like snow he’s so chill (The Witcher/CD Projekt Red/Steam)

Sandy Wright

Canadian he/him who likes video games, writing, and music; has more than one job, which isn’t this.

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