Hidden Object Puzzle games have never been an interest of mine. I use to always think they were oversimplified set pieces where you would look…
Author: Camron WilleyJust finishing school with a bachelors degree in Game Design, I now spend my time working between Cynosure, and my personal projects. Being a full-time military member, I try to pass the time behind the keyboard or controller. If it involves design or deep narrative, I will be there day one. You can check out my blog and smaller past times on CamronwilleyDesign.com!
Final Fantasy XV has been in developmental hell for a long time. 10 years ago, it was marketed as Final Fantasy Versus 13. Between then and now, details have slowly leaked showing multiple iterations over time before it was rumored the game was just being remade from scratch. It was only recently that Noctis was once revealed again carried many of the same abilities presented in the original trailers, however the world around him had changed almost entirely as well as bearing its final title, Final Fantasy 15. It is extremely rare for a title that has undergone so many developmental changes to come out on top. Fortunately, Square Enix broke the curse and brought the coveted series back stronger than ever.
If there was ever a game that touched base on past and present so frequently, it would easily be that of the Call of Duty series. While they’ve jumped into the future before, it was only by years, or a handful of decades while still remaining in the realm of feasibility as you fought the wars of earth. With the newest title, Infinite Warfare, we have something else entirely new and different.