Maybe I am living in the past that despite all the new games, I still decided to replay Final Fantasy 6 recently. But what is so wrong with that? It’s fine for people to appreciate classic books and movies, so why not games?
I know Capcom and Street Fighter V aren’t the worst when it comes to DLC and micro-transactions, but I stay away from most games are that covered in it. No matter how much content I actually get when paying full price for a game, I don’t like every single menu to remind me of what else I can purchase for the game I payed full price for.
I’ve had access to roms and emulators for every SNES and NES game for decades. Yet, not until I got the Mini consoles did I actually sit down and play through some of these games again. I am not sure why- maybe they felt more “real” like this, maybe I felt more confident that these saves would last, I don’t really know.
I beat Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night and completed most of what I wanted to do in it. I loved the game, and the 4 year wait was worth it, but damn does it feel a little empty after beating a game that you have been waiting for so long.
I am not really a fan of celebs in games. I don’t think it adds much, though I do appreciate good voice talent in story driven games. Anyways, the FF7 remake and Keanu had to be the most talked about things from E3, so it was time to combine peanut butter and chocolate.
Well E3 came and went once again. It had its ups and downs, but very few surprises. Two main things I noticed: celebrities and services, neither of which I have good feelings about. Anyways, there are more images like this at Double XP’s Facebook page.