Today I’ll be looking at one of my favorite games, Final Fantasy Tactics Advance, specifically its first boss. Unlike the other Final Fantasy games, this one works differently in that you can have as many as eight party members in battle, and battles take place in a large map where you have to move about to attack your enemies. This adds quite a different dynamic to battles, certainly, as well as the fact that your characters can all have whatever moveset you like thanks to the various jobs in the game that they can switch between. No two playthroughs of the game will be quite the same, and your characters can end up very different. All of this makes for very interesting strategies to be used. Continue reading

The Ruins

        Today I’m looking at the very popular game Undertale, or at least the first segment of it. I’m sure the game has been talked about to death, but after playing it again recently, I came to some new conclusions that I didn’t before, and, well, it seemed worth to time to write them down. Who knows, maybe you’ll look at it a bit differently too. Continue reading


        I’m sorry I’ve been gone for so long, everyone. There was some family issues that had to be worked out. But I’m back! I’m not in charge of this article though- Today I will be passing on the keyboard to my wife Wynn, since Advance Wars is her area of expertise. Hope you enjoy, everyone! Continue reading

General Grevious

        It always surprises me when I find a subject I haven’t written on- in this case, Star Wars. Specifically, a video game based on the third movie, and named the same- Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. The game is primarily a beat-em-up sort of game where you slice through waves of enemies, but it also has a deep versus mode. Continue reading