Ryan Radcliff and his retro Backloggin’ report return to detail the second four month stint of the yearly progress. The Random Retro RPG Wheel has produced countless memories, both fond and embarrassing.
Tagged: Final Fantasy IV
Chris says the quiet things out loud, and challenges Anna Marie to play a gacha game without spending money. Kelley gets distracted by a three-headed monkey, while Josh ponders why the ten rings sounds like Jarvis.
The fourth Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster has a release date. Players will be able to join up with Cecil and company in the second week of September.
The first six entries in the Final Fantasy series are coming to PC via Steam and mobile devices with the announcement of Final Fantasy Pixel Remasters. The games will release individually.
Ryan Radcliff jumps into the Backloggin’ report fracas with the first four months of progress with the Retro Wheel of RPGs, Scar also reveals how it’s trying to kill him with alcohol, and what awaits our hero in the future.
The RPG Cast has dived head first into #JRPGJuly in our now playing, but since the new month has rolled over, that also means new bugs and fish to catch in Animal Crossing as well! We’ve got a slew of editorial content to discuss and a smattering of news. Stay safe during the holiday weekend!
This RPG Cast was recorded in the dark before a dead studio audience. Josh fails at Fire Emblem. Jonathan becomes a rock star. Kelley pines for Garrus. Chris gets spooked. And Anna Marie harvests squid poop. Yeah it’s a weird show.
Anna Marie is finally back (and a little loopy on painkillers). There’s ample fawning for Mass Effect in our Now Playing, as Kelley chooses an unusual romantic encounter! Arguments break out over March and April’s packed release schedule, but a truce is eventually reached.
Today we learned that Pokémon Home may rival Kingdom Hearts for difficult to understand stories. The Switch is finally getting some Outer Worlds love. And Anna Marie passes a kidney stone. Well not live on the show or anything. I’m just really tired of waiting for this stupid stoooooh…we’re still recording? Um…enjoy the show everyone!
It’s Alice’s first appearance of the decade! Ther crew is rounded out by Alex, Anna Marie, Chris, Kelley and Peter who are back to discuss your treasured memories of the last decade, as well as the news, reviews, and releases from the last few weeks. Wasn’t there supposed to be a break from releases…?
We’re back and better* than ever! On this special episode of the RPGCast we do a deeper dive into what we’ve been playing and discuss our holiday hauls.
*Note: RPG Cast 526 may not actually be better than any other previous RPG Cast.
This week, Alex and Anna Marie can talk about their embargoed games, Peter finishes a game, and Chris worries about his cats. Kelley’s question of the week leads us down rabbit holes we probably shouldn’t have explored, but we’re doing it live and that’s how we roll.
While Fire Emblem: Three Houses seems to finally be put aside by most folks, a few are still learning the dangerous pitfalls of gift giving. As usual, cats and Robin Williams are discussed. Then someone pre-orders Pantsu Hunter and someone else tries to shove CDs into an iPhone to get monsters.
It has been three months since our beloved Editor-in-Chief Michael A. Cunningham sadly passed away. RPGamer’s former Sound Test curator Francis Gayon has created a symphonic fantasy based on Mac’s favourite RPG, Final Fantasy IV, that we would like to share in further tribute to him.
RPGamer has teamed up again with Scarlet Moon Records to give away four digital copies of William Carlos Reyes’ Guitar Collections FINAL FANTASY IV. There are various ways to enter, with readers having until Sunday to do so.
Someone should call Guinness World Records, because Final Fantasy IV is likely to break a record soon for being the most remade game. At least this time The After Years has been packed in for those unwilling to pay for the WiiWare episodes.
It’s been a very long time since I posted anything on here, but unlike my review for Final Fantasy Chronicles, I shouldn’t merit a lynch mob this time. Peace, all!
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