2019: The places we traveled through our games

The world of Scala Aed Caelum from Kingdom Hearts 3. Source: Hyperxgaming

There were many places we got to visit in 2019. Some familiar, others brand new and others entirely bizarre and uncanny. They all brought with them new adventures and new stories to tell and when the time came for them to end, we always felt that little bit of sadness and emptiness inside, like we had gotten so used to being surrounded by these characters and their worlds that it was difficult to let them go

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Media graduate, professional journalist and self-proclaimed Final Fantasy fanboy. Interests (and die-hard passions) include gaming and sports (mainly football).

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Alex Anyfantis

Alex Anyfantis

Media graduate, professional journalist and self-proclaimed Final Fantasy fanboy. Interests (and die-hard passions) include gaming and sports (mainly football).

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