Happy Halloween Everyone! Here it is, my review of this year’s Indie Darling: Night in the Woods. I don’t want to give too much away in this little blurb, but as usual I dissected the title further than most reviews tend to, discussing both the strengths and weaknesses of the title (Yes, there are major … More The True Terror of Night in the Woods | Stiles’ Reviews
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 of Final Fantasy games… but you’ll just … More Stiles’ Series Synopsis: Final Fantasy Legends and Adventure
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 taking a look at two RPG/Rhythm game … More Stiles Reviews: The Metronomicon vs Before the Echo
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 on its place in the series. This … More Stiles’ Series Synopsis: Final Fantasy III
I haven’t posted to my personal blog in forever.. and this project is why. I’ve spent the last several months of my life working on this project: A complete dissection of Final Fantasy XV. This was originally scripted and planned to be one long video, but was broken into parts simply because the wait was … More Cutting Corners: A Dissection of Final Fantasy XV
Join me on a snowy trip down memory lane as I review I Am Setsuna.
My review of World of Final Fantasy, a game that is so sweet it could give cavities.
Three friends and I do our first podcast, analyzing the visual novel Katawa Shoujo in great detail!
A rather critical review of the indie title Fatal Theory; a beat-’em-up with a lot of heart, but a lack of polish.
Title just about says it all