Why you should be playing Life is Strange

 

Life Is Strange™_20150207220820 Life is Strange is an adventure game about a girl named Max who finds out she can rewind time, if only for a few minutes. The game is an episodic adventure created by the developer DONTNOD, and currently only has it’s first episode, Chrysalis, available to play. Continue reading

Final Fantasy XIV – Crystal Campaign Review

ARR_FFXIV_Logo*This review was written at patch 2.51, and will only review features implemented at and before this version of the game.

Final Fantasy has long been one of the most recognized and beloved names in the JRPG genre. Some of the most loved elements of the series include it’s characters, and it’s story. So naturally i was skeptical to try it out as an MMO, even when it had a previous successful MMO with Final Fantasy XI. I shouldn’t have worried however as Final Fantasy XIV has been one of the best games i have played in a while, and definitely the biggest time sink. Continue reading

Bringing A Series Back to Life: Final Fantasy E3 Blow out!

E3 2013 has come and gone as it always does every year. But fear not! Leading us on into the video game scene once again and getting us excited for new and upcoming next-gen consoles and games. This is Sephy Angel here from Square Enix’s side to bring you everything Final Fantasy. This year is a great year to be a Final Fantasy fan it seems with all these announcements. Here we’re going to take a look at what all was said in developer interviews “For the Fifteenth coming.” Continue reading

Trip Down Memory Lane – Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Review

I love video game music. I don’t listen to many other types in fact. I’m proud of this fact. I don’t go by the norm. The music I like to listen to always has a memory attached to it. With some rare exceptions, this is how I pick my favorite songs. My favorite composer, for over a decade now, is Nobuo Uematsu. His music has always been an inspiration to me. Since we are in a bit of a lull as far as new Final Fantasy games are concerned, I decided to pick up Theatrhtythm Final Fantasy for the Nintendo 3DS, a music game containing pieces from Final Fantasy 1-13. Is it a good reminiscence? Continue reading

Blurring The Lines – Major Gaming Support For Smartphone Platforms

We love games here at 2 Shots of Geek, I think that’s obvious. As far as Smartphone platform preference, while we predominantly support Android here(must of us have Android phones), we do not shun the other platforms. We do have one iPhone and one Windows Phone in the group, so we have all the bases covered. That being said, I believe that Nintendo and Sony should really be worried not just about each other, but about platforms like the iOS and Android. They already have a plethora of games unique to their platforms, but we have some major console titles both already available and coming for Smartphones
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