Well, Monster Hunter: World has been out for about a week, and The Cartographers Guild has been busily delving into it . . . along with over eight million other people worldwide. MH: World has become both the fastest-selling and best-selling game of Capcom's history. I was worried, as a long-time fan, about what would... Continue Reading →
Choosing a which weapon to use in Monster Hunter can be intimidating, so here's everything you need to know do make an informed decision.
A little more than fourteen years ago . . . I can't remember how precisely it started. I remember that it wasn't my kind of game, or so I thought. My bread and butter at the time was the more old fashioned class of console RPGs, which involved menus and turn-based combat. My first legitimate... Continue Reading →
In the Stormblood expansion of Final Fantasy XIV, not long after entering the Ruby Sea, you glimpse a complicated Jenga-looking tower in the distance, stretching impossibly up beyond the clouds. When I saw it the first time, I couldn't help but wonder what was going to be inside it. You don't put a wondrous structure... Continue Reading →
Hey, remember that article I wrote about crafting in Final Fantasy XIV and how much I hated it? Remember how I wrote that in spite of the hatred, I was going to have to find some way to get my crafting classes leveled that didn't have me tearing my hair out and going bankrupt because... Continue Reading →
Yeah, I know, should an article entitled "Final Thoughts: Secret of Mana Remake" be allowed to have a part two? It's all in the name of fairness, folks. A few points have come to my attention since The Cartographers Guild played the game, mostly to the tune of functional improvements to the remake, that I... Continue Reading →
Well, I had some minor surgery Thursday. Don't worry, so far I'm sore, but fine! I started researching this article before the surgery, hoping I could get it done beforehand. Well, that didn't happen. It must be the lingering . . . whatever they gave me for anesthesia that makes this article continue to sound... Continue Reading →
Whatever your favorite hobby is-- music, hiking, travel, cooking, etc-- if you become a parent, you probably hope your kids will share it with you, or at least be interested in it. Perhaps you dream of practicing instruments together for their orchestra or band class, or dancing together to get ready for that upcoming talent... Continue Reading →