We'll never get to play this Final Fantasy VII fan sequel

Who knew a PlayStation could do this? Rodensoft, a Japanese indie developer, has revealed new information regarding a Final Fantasy VII fan game in development as a personal project. Final Fantasy VII: Time Guardian was planned to be an alternate version of the original Final Fantasy VII, deviating at the Temple of the Ancients. In this version of events, after Cait Sith takes the Black Materia, he triggers the Time Guardian, scrambling time and scattering the party.

Very Quick Tips: Homeworld Remastered Collection

Although Homeworld Remastered Collection is classified as real-time strategy, there are some elements that set it apart from its brethren. The 3D camera and movement add another whole axis to worry about that some may find disorienting, and the fairly strict strengths and weaknesses of the units may lead to defeat if a cohesive unit strategy isn’t considered. These tips are geared primarily towards online multiplayer gameplay, but can also be applied to campaign or vs. the A.I.

Review: Hot Tin Roof: The Cat That Wore a Fedora

As I played Hot Tin Roof: The Cat That Wore a Fedora, I found myself alternately intrigued and absolutely disinterested. Some things were well executed, while others were distracting and annoying. Having such fond memories of exploring Castle Dracula and Zebes, I expected a title that took on their mantle to continue the gaming traditions they established, but what was here was sandpaper compared to those classics’ smooth marble.