Final Fantasy Pixel Remasters PS4 Review

The Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster on PlayStation 4 is a simple remaster. The graphics are greatly improved from the NES original but is far from the best looking remaster,even of this game.

It has several quality of life improvements however including the ability to turn off random encounters and to be able to turn off experience and gil gain and multiply them by up to 4. This makes the game as easy or as hard as you want, and if you put them to times 3 or 4 you can basically play the game normally without ever having to grind. However any grinding with those settings will turn the game into a breeze. Even the final boss becomes a joke as you can easily hit level 99.

This is why the game is a Trophy Hunters dream. There are a million guides for this game considering its age and you can beat the game and get through it’s story in probably 8 hours for the platinum with only maybe 1 or 2 enemies to complete the enemy list trophy posing any challenge.

The game play itself is a simple turn based RPG and there isn’t exactly a lot to say on this game. For about $12 it was a fun game to play. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.

Steel Defier (PS4/5 Review)

Steel Defier is another game tossed my way by the fine folks over at Ratalaika Games, and we all know how much I love those guys. They always toss me such fun little gems to check out. Last week they hooked me up with Ultra Pixel Survive and over the weekend I spent some time playing Steel Defier.

Steel Defier is a simple game, you are trapped in a malfunctioning space ship and as the sole survivor your mission is to escape. Each room is a slightly more difficult wave of sliding boxes, lasers and other assorted defenses to stop you as you collect 15 key cards to unlock the doors.

Seeing this means new power up

There is no real guesswork involved,it has a map that is easy to follow to the exit and the game isn’t overly difficult. Not to say the game is easy, I was able to complete it in less than an hour and get the platinum in not much longer and all through normal gameplay. Simply collect all the power ups and complete the rooms on the ship and escape. Hop on over to the survival mode and collect 50 key cards in one run and boom, easy platinum.

The game cost about $5 (US) and was honestly a good looking game with a nice a nice sound track, and I was able to get both the PS4 and PS5 platinum. I played a few runs even after I got the platinum to see how long I could last in survival mode (72 for those that are curious) Definitely pick this one up, especially if you are a trophy hunter. For what this game is definitely a 9/10 must buy for anyone looking for something to just pick up and play or that is looking for some easy platinum trophies.