Oh why do I do this to myself? I could have chosen something much simpler. I could have watched every show in the Brave series, I could have played the Super Robot Wars games that are available in English, I could have read the 50 books in my huge pile.
No, instead I chose to do this. This year is the 30th anniversary of Sonic the Hedgehog, the Blue Blur himself, and to mark this momentous occasion I have foolishly decided to start this new project where I go through all the Sonic media of the past 30 years.
If Horse Racing is the Sport of Kings then surely Blaseball is the Splort of Kings. This game is simple on the surface but has a lot of depth, complexity and a ton of lore. So join me for this tale of fun, splortsmanship and Eldritch Gods.
Well here we are. The first review in this series. Shame it has to be for something I love so dearly. Today I’ll be reviewing Kamen Rider Black: Taiketsu Shadow Moon for the Famicom Disk System, released 15th April 1988.
The day of Final Fantasy VII Remake’s release is upon us. However I’ve already finished it having got it a week or so early. Here’s my history with the original and my thoughts on the themes of Remake and the direction it’s going in.
Warning: There will be spoilers beyond this point. Even if you have played the original game I would advise against reading if you don’t know what you’re walking into.