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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Changing the trajectory of the games industry forever

The Sony consoles have sure come a long way since their early days. With the PlayStation 4 going way beyond the 100 million sales mark and the first figures for the PS5 looking extremely positive, the present and future remain bright for the Japanese gaming giant.

And this is all thanks to the dedicated audience that Sony has been able to steadily establish throughout the years. Their relationship with the paying customers has been…


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It wasn’t always easy and there were times when I thought I should simply end it, but after a long journey, I’m glad I didn’t give up…

When people began to turn to online gaming, to be completely honest, I couldn’t see the appeal. To me, a game is something that…


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Rarity, controversy, and other factors drive prices up for a select few games


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Lights, camera, action — game?

In the wake of the pandemic, much of the world turned to games for entertainment as movie theatres closed their doors. As these theatres reel from the financial loss, one company turned to video games for help. In South Korea, CGV Cinemas is bringing video games and movie theatres together. These theatres are allowing players to experience their favorite video games on the big screen.


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Photo: Wikiwand

I have written many times about the issues that plague Australian football. Both at the newspaper that I worked for during a short time period and in my own separate blog, this is a topic that I have analyzed extensively because I have a passion for the sport and…


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The holy grail of football. Photo: sportingnews.com

In just a few short days, one of football’s greatest competitions — if not the greatest — will be making its long-awaited return to decide who will be crowned this year’s top-dog in Europe. …


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Can’t-miss moments from some of the most important games of the last 10 years

Thanks to advancements in technology and the leaps and bounds video game developers have made in recent years, there are times during our playthroughs of many popular titles when things begin to move so quickly around the characters or that the plot gets so deep that we find ourselves lost within it.

It’s during these times that it’s easy to forget that we’re still playing a video game and not watching…


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Concluding one tale, beginning another?

Back in March of 2010, when Yoshida was appointed producer and director of the then-highly problematic massively multiplayer online role-playing game Final Fantasy XIV by Yoichi Wada (who was serving as CEO of Square Enix at the time), few could’ve imagined all the things he had in mind.


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Photo: nps.org.au

It’s all we’ve been seeing for the last year-and-a-half now. COVID-19, this highly transmissive and rapidly evolving disease, has forced us to change the way we move, the way we think, the way we live. It has forced us into isolation as we continue to watch the number of bodies pile up all around the world, terrified that we or someone close to us might be its next victims.

It is the unpredictability of this disease that makes it so horrific…


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A group of crazy fans await Javier Saviola outside the club’s offices in Piraeus. Photo: YouTube

Considering the recent transfers of Oleg Reabciuk, Sokratis Papastathopoulos and Kenny Lala made by Olympiacos, my mind couldn’t help but drift off down memory lane. To the great, COVID-free summer days when fans would anxiously wait to see what news there were about any transfer signings made by the club or even during the pre-internet era when they would rush everyday to the store and buy the newspaper to read up on any developments.

Then…

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