Here it is: The long overdue entry in Stiles’ Series Synopsis. While the first three titles in the Final Fantasy series all performed well for SquareEnix, it is hard to deny that Final Fantasy IV is where the series truly hit it’s stride. For a full analysis, check […]
Children of Mana is a game that exists. It is for the Nintendo DS. It has gameplay and graphics. Can I be done now?
A lot of gamers are Final Fantasy fans, but how many of us have truly experienced all that the series has to offer? How about these four little-known RPGs for the original Gameboy: Final Fantasy Adventure and the Final Fantasy Legend Trilogy! I mean… they are only KIND […]
It only took me a few minutes with the game to see why it was so divisive. It is far from flawless, but it is a passion piece that is so unique that it may just win you over if you can look past its quirks.
Do you know what kind of games I like? RPGs. Do you know what other kind of games I like? A lot of them, but especially Rhythm games. So what happens when you mix RPGs and Rhythm games together? Well, this video aims to answer that question by […]
After the massive undertaking that was my Cutting Corners Mini-Series, it’s great to be back on my dream project once more. Welcome to Stiles’ Series Synopsis of Final Fantasy, where I dissect each game in the series in turn, analyzing both the game as a stand-alone product and […]
I can’t believe it, they made a good one. I mean really good. Arguably one of the best RPGs on the SNES good, and it never officially left Japan… Screw you Square!
So… Secret of Mana is supposed to be a classic huh? Oh boy, am I in for it with this article.
It is finally complete. Almost two hours of in-depth analysis, dissecting Final Fantasy XV from every angle I could think of.
Welcome to the first official entry of Stiles’ Series Synopsis, where I will be reviewing and analyzing the games that kicked off the Mana series. What a mixed bag these games turned out to be.