Final Fantasy Dissident or: How I learned to stop loathing FFX fans and love the critics

As I started dislodging the chip on my shoulder that is the befuddlement of why (I thought) everyone prefers Final Fantasy X over Final Fantasy XII, I’m reminded of “what curiosity killed. Just a friendly word of advice”.

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Hidden Agenda and the Repeating History of Interactivity

Not long ago, PlayStation revealed PlayLink, a way to play games with friends that takes advantage of your smartphone or tablet.  Most of the titles are your standard party game fare, ranging from quizzes and mini games to even SingStar. The most interesting title though is an anomaly in their midst – Supermassive Games’ Hidden Agenda. Continue reading “Hidden Agenda and the Repeating History of Interactivity”