Back in 1997/8 I played the ever-living crap out of Final Fantasy VII. It was the first game of that size and complexity I had played, and I spent countless hours immersed in its world. I did EVERYTHING in that game: Gold Chocobo; Knights of the Round; defeated Ruby, Sapphire, and Ultima Weapons; full ultimate weapons and limit breaks; maxed out materia. The works. It was, and still is, my favourite game of all time. And now, finally, a remake has been announced. It’s been a long time coming.
If I’ve ever struggled for a reason to buy myself a PS4, this has dispelled all hesitations. I cannot wait.
The Wind Through The Keyhole is the eighth Dark Tower novel from Stephen King, though events contained within places it as book 4.5 in the series. When it was announced that King was writing a new Dark Tower installment I was cautiously optimistic, wondering just how he was going to slip in another volume to an already finished series, especially with it placing halfway through. The Wind Through The Keyhole was always going to be on my to-read list, especially with the series as a whole amongst my favourites. A story within a story, The Wind Through The Keyhole is an interesting book. It’s not long, and with two tales in a short page count it does remarkably well. Continue reading “The Wind Through The Keyhole by Stephen King”