Mortal Shell Has No Photo Mode Boundary – for Fun’s Sake Don’t Abuse It

In my recent journey through this bleak yet charming world, I found that the photo mode has no boundary – which could lead to exploring ahead with no risk at all.

The Next Final Fantasy Remake is… (An Almost Groundless Theory)

Final Fantasy 2. Why FF2? What hidden nugget of knowledge did I find amongst the internet’s sea of information that points to this old entry receiving the AAA makeover? It’s not a nugget I found online, but a detail I noticed while replaying Final Fantasy 7 Remake on hard mode. Minor FF7R Spoilers ahead: InContinue reading “The Next Final Fantasy Remake is… (An Almost Groundless Theory)”

Almost Dying in D&D is SO Damn Fun

Like anything in life, a Dungeons & Dragons session ebbs and flows with energy. And what really gets that energy pumping is when you almost die. In-game of course. I highly recommend it! You can trust my word – after all, I almost bit the dust in my last session! Hell, we ALL almost bitContinue reading “Almost Dying in D&D is SO Damn Fun”

Must-play PS4 Games That Must Still Be Played.

PS5 is here, though somehow it’s still more elusive than my commitment to work out consistently. Your trusty ol’ PS4 may soon find its spot in your entertainment center taken over by its futuristic descendant (if not already). Before or after that eventual console coronation passes, take some time to embark on these essential PS4Continue reading “Must-play PS4 Games That Must Still Be Played.”

The Time For a GOOD Avatar: The Last Airbender Video Game Is Upon Us

There needs to be an Avatar video game that truly embodies the brilliance of the series, and there’s no better time to make one than now.

Welcome to Players’ Journal

Hey everyone, I’m PJ — a 30 something year-old video game aficionado with a love for writing. Take a short rest and enjoy some articles on video games, tabletop gaming, books, TV and so on. But mostly video games – what makes them as awesome as they are, how they can be improved, what wouldContinue reading “Welcome to Players’ Journal”