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 V
Square Enix is delisting the current Steam versions of Final Fantasy V and VI. The delistings come in preparation for the upcoming releases of the Final Fantasy pixelated remasters.
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 best way to predict the review score of a game is to play a demo of it. So never trouble another for what you can do yourself. For every minute you are playing you lose sixty seconds of ignorance. And without Pokémon tooth brushing games, life would be a mistake.
The iconic Final Fantasy V baddie may behave like a Saturday morning cartoon villain, but that doesn’t mean he should be named like one. Here’s a case for and the history behind a cooler and more appropriate name.
We’re back from our mini-vacation and #JRPGJuly is in full swing. Now playing includes praise for Persona Q2, FF14, and Atelier Lulua. We’re also impressed with how everyone agrees in the feedback section. Now I must go find Chris and comfort him as he laments Marle.
Anna Marie loses her mind as well as control of her mouth. Chris investigates the impacts of bringing Diet Coke into Mementos. Peter buys more games. Nathan finishes Final Fanatasy VIII just in time to start playing Final Fantasy VIII. And Kelley just tries to survive Bloodstained’s framerate on the Switch.
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Embrace the nostalgia of the Super Nintendo days with the latest release of Final Fantasy V. If you missed its release for the PlayStation, or even if you didn’t, return to the world where crystals mean everything.