Category: PS One

0

Retro Spotlight | Final Fantasy VII

Our cover story this month, "Remember," is a little more than nostalgia for nostalgia-sake. We're looking back at the games we cherish to see where they are headed and how they are still influential in carrying the industry forward. Twenty...

/ January 18, 2017

Retro Spotlight | Crash Bandicoot

Crash Bandicoot was first released on the PlayStation in 1996 and represents an era in gaming that might not ever be replicated. It was the first notable release from developer Naughty Dog, and has spent more time dormant than active...

/ January 11, 2017

Retro Spotlight: Twisted Metal 2

While it had an original soundtrack and did not in fact contain any licensed music, my memories of Twisted Metal 2 are just Rob Zombie's "Dragula" on repeat. In fact, it wasn't until the fourth game in the series that...

/ December 16, 2015

Retro Spotlight | Castlevania: Symphony of the Night

Castlevania: Symphony of the Night is my favorite game of all time. I'd wager to say that 25% of the articles I've written here have mentioned it or featured it entirely. Surprisingly, I've yet to make it the focus of...

/ October 5, 2015

The Free Cheese Game Club | Final Fantasy VI

Final Fantasy VI was first released in Japan for the Super Famicom on April 2, 1994. The game quickly made it to North America on October 11, 1994, however it was released as Final Fantasy III for the Super Nintendo...

/ May 11, 2015

Retro Spotlight: Armored Core

When I mention developer From Software, a lot of you probably have a specific idea in your head. Lately, that idea is centered around PS4 exclusive Bloodborne. For others, there is an association with Demon's Souls or Dark Souls. From...

/ April 15, 2015

The Free Cheese Episode 99: 20 Years of PlayStation

This week on The Free Cheese Podcast: Join Joe, Marc, and Kyle as they discuss their latest adventures in video gaming. Kyle just bought a PS4 and is utilizing the brand new system to play year-old games, while testing the grounds...

/ December 3, 2014

Why Final Fantasy Clicked

I grew up during the peak years of the NES, just before the rise of the 16-bit era. I watched as the Nintendo dominance across American homes slipped into the great debates between SEGA and Nintendo kids. Today, there is what...

/ November 24, 2014