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Awesome Cosplay of the Day: 8/1/15

Let’s open up August with this sweet, little Final Fantasy VIII cosplay; I mean it is the eight month after all.  One of the (many) things I love about the Final Fantasy Series is how they didn’t feel the need to resort to the petty trope of always pitting women against each other.  113 more words


Time Traveling train of thought completely derails

During E3 2015, the Square Enix press conference blew up the JRPG lovin’ side of the internet. When their announcement trailer for Final Fantasy VII, the HD remake/reboot began to play, many people watching live or streams sat in confusion and disbelief, believing it to be another technical demo or spin-off movie. 1,305 more words


Good Games Podcast: Episode 57 - Ilya Dvilyanski


This week, Frank and Alex welcome a special guest, (and writer for the comic book, Tin) Ilya Dvilyanski! They talk about gaming in the Soviet Union, how broken games make it to market, fan theories about what really happened in Final Fantasy VIII, what makes for a good stream on Twitch, and lots more! 84 more words


Fun and Games

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“It’s Fathers Day. Why am I doing all the heavy lifting?” Thoughtful Man harrumphed as he dropped the heavy box… 224 more words

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Bucket List #44 Use a white crayon and paint to create a lyric artwork

Use a white crayon and paint to create a lyric artwork.

This happened, but not in the way I was hoping. It didn’t turn out nearly as good as what inspired me but for a first time (and Christmas present)! 243 more words

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Final Fantasy VIII - Review

Released in 1999, Final Fantasy VIII was the highly anticipated successor to the very successful Final Fantasy VII. It’s the first game in the series to have a more realistic look to it, and was seen as a departure in the franchise with its jettisoning of traditional mechanics towards a more experimental nature. 824 more words


Lost (FF8 Short Story)

Squall Leonhart was lost. All around him, stretching as far as his pale eyes could see, was a featureless plain. There were no landmarks to mark where he was, no indication of where he had been, and no signs to tell him where he was trying to go. 919 more words