Final Fantasy websites
Other video game sites
Now that you've learned all about Final Fantasy, you want may want to widen your video game horizons. Here are a few of the best general video game websites. From there, the world is your oyster.
IGN.COM Recently regarded in PC Magazine as one of the most visited entertainment sites on the web, IGN.com has grown from its meager beginnings as a small site for video game information, while still staying true to its roots. Covering all current platforms from handhelds to the PC to the unreleased X-Box, this site hits all the bases and throws in some humor, enormous amounts of media and on-the-spot journalistic coverage.
VIDEOGAMES.COM Videogames.com is the console gaming arm of computer and tech information site ZDnet.com. With reporters in America and overseas, they offer the latest news, reviews and gaming info as well as downloads, videogame features and links.
VIDEOGAMES.ORG "The History of Video Games Homepage" is a detailed romp through the annals of video game history. With coverage spanning from 1972 to 1996 and utilizing both outside sources and the webmasters own knowledge, this site is a key archival for video gamers.
GAMEFAQS.COM Never more will you need to scour the Internet or lay down some hard earned cash (which could be better spent on buying games) in order to find the reviews, strategies and cheats you need. GameFAQs is run by one man, but is kept afloat by the submissions of thousands of fervent video game fans. The site may lack the up-to-the minute news, features, interviews and on-site stories of IGN.com or Videogames.com, but it more than make up for it by having a database consisting of thousands of game reviews, walkthroughs (step-by-step instructions on exactly what to do to cover every inch of a game) and FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions).