Monthly Archives: October 2012

Windows 8 Upgrade Assistant – Will all of your games survive?

Remember when upgrading from Windows 98 to Windows 2000 or XP was a daunting task, requiring you to run through a gigantic online list of what applications–and of course, more importantly, games–would and would not work with the new OS?

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Posted in Technology

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII — 20 Entertaining Hours of Boredom (Review)

Love it or hate it, Final Fantasy VII was a landmark title for Squaresoft, the Playstation platform, and videogames in general. It set a standard for communicating story through high production values and connecting its players to its characters. Cloud,

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Posted in Games & Gear, Reviews & Impressions

Games I’ll Never Play Again: Chrono Trigger

GINPA is a recurring column in which the author discusses a single-player game he views favorably, but has no desire to ever re-play after finishing it. Back in 1995 I owned Chrono Trigger for the Super NES and played the

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Posted in Editorials