In which Cloud and the gang investigate the wrong side of the tracks for a very long while indeed.
If reading that headline didn’t get your head humming the theme tune, then there’s no hope for you. Everyone else, let’s go: Diddly dum, diddly dum, diddly dum dooooo…
Will Village Roadshow succeed in its latest piracy quest? Will QANTAS’ WiFi Mile High club take off? Can NBN’s SkyMuster satellite service cut the mustard?
Onto hour three, and the challenge of keeping engaged becomes paramount, as does seeing off the advances of an unlikely paramour.
The Atari Flashback 7 provides plenty of retro gaming experiences with more than 100 games on offer, but not everything here is as excellent as it might seem.
Videogame licensing deals mean that everything from sneakers to t-shirts can (and will) be produced. Also food. Horrible looking food.
With Pokémon Go enjoying a burst of renewed popularity, many gamers will return to Niantic’s collect-em-up. I never left, although I’m still wondering why.
Should Australian ISPs come clean on broadband speeds? Who’s going to buy Nokia 3310? Would you get into a flying car, and would you want Netflix access while you were up there?
Once more back to Midgar, to see if the magic is still there in the second week of my 20 year anniversary playthrough of Square’s classic Final Fantasy VII.
Retrogaming is a funny business, but who decides what is or isn’t funny?