This is the 25th anniversary for the Final Fantasy series, and that means big savings for Sony fans.
Sony has ended their relationship with the team that worked on PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, sparking questions about the developer’s future.
Matthew is here to do two things: Write and game. He loves video games, and he loves writing even more. He’ll take any chance he can get to write and further his craft. Hopefully we’ll see his name on the New York Times bestsellers list before too long. Matt is an equal opportunity gamer. He’ll give any game a try, but it had better be polished and well done. Life’s too short to waste on unfinished games, especially when there’s so many good ones out there.
Simplicity is his most upheld virtue. If something ain’t simple, it’s probably too complex for most of anybody [...]
The Game Fanatics StaffMarketing and Public Relations: Tom “Bear” Bearshaw
Tom has been playing games for as long as he can remember. If there’s free time available, he’ll be playing on something. His preferred platform is PC, even though the Steam sales practically empty his bank account. He’s been at The Game Fanatics for about 2 years now, and is one of the few staff members who can’t yet legally drink in the USA. Good thing, then, that he lives in rainy old England and can drink to his heart’s content. In the past he has written for a newspaper, had many failed money making schemes, [...]
Andrew is 23 years old and is a writer for the Game Fanatics. He attended the University of Georgia for English and enjoys writing fiction as well. A gamer for years, he enjoys role-playing games and horror mostly, with the Silent Hill and Final Fantasy series as personal favorites. He also enjoys music and wine, and currently lives in Athens, Georgia, working on a book called the Offer Box, and continuing to write for the Game Fanatics.
Let’s get on with the questions!
1. How did you become interested in online journalism and what attracted you to The Game Fanatics?
I actually tried getting a job writing [...]
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