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What’s So Great About Room Escapes?

Imagine you discover an old, abandoned shack on the edge of town and you and a couple of your closest friends decide to check it out one night. You open the front door and, although it seems creepy, you keep walking in until—SLAM—the wind knocks the door shut and now you’re locked in. Before long, you […]

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The State of Arcades: A Writer’s Memories and Perspectives from Gamers

Growing up with hardcore video game players in my family and a Super Nintendo and original PlayStation in our household (PS2 and 3—which are still active in my lair—arrived during my high school and college years), I mostly stuck to feeding my fighting, puzzle, and adventure game addictions within the confines of homes. Was I […]

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Finishing the Game – Final Fantasy II

This might just be my Final Fantasy! At long last I have crawled my way out of the living agony that is Final Fantasy II! It took just under thirty hours and a lot of tears and yelling in anger, but I have returned with a story to tell. So get yourself a snack, pull up […]

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Finishing the Game – Final Fantasy I

The Final Fantasy series is one of the best known video game franchises today, the original being a product of the mind of Hironobu Sakaguchi and the “Square A-Team” back in 1987. Since that time, there have been fourteen main titles in the series and a number of spin-offs and sequels from Final Fantasy Tactics […]

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