Final Fantasy V is a near flawless RPG and one of Square’s finest 16-bit achievements.
Final Fantasy IV took the franchise to new heights.
Final Fantasy III is an adventure unlike any other, but one worth going back in time to experience.
Final Fantasy II was an important stepping stone for the series and genre, flaws and all.
Harvestella is a beautiful game, but its lack of focus, shallow mechanics, and repetitive sidequests drag it down.
Creating and keeping memories.
The original Final Fantasy is a testament to the simple brilliance of good game design.
When it comes to pitting player against player, all bets are off.
Celebrating Final Fantasy Tactics.
Ride me back to any of the other Chocobo games.