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  • Release: 2002 (JPN), 2003 (NA) Since the game encompasses nearly 14 years of content, it’s hard to boil Final Fantasy XI down into a succinct overview. While the game may have started as massively multiplayer online (MMO) RPG along the lines of EverQuest and Ultima Online, it grew in surprising ways through its five expansions, […]

  • Release: 1999 Final Fantasy VIII may be one of the hardest games to place on this list. That’s because you either love it or you hate it. In fact, the game is so divisive that wrestling fans are warring over its quality. Be it placing a larger focus on summons or the fact that enemies […]

  • Release: 2016 Starting life as Final Fantasy Versus XIII in 2005, this game would eventually reach store shelves in 2016 as Final Fantasy XV. With an 11-year development cycle, it makes sense to have reservations about the game’s quality. However, XV got out relatively unscathed. In fact, XV is one of the most ambitious entries […]

  • Release: 1990 (JPN), 2006 (NA) For better or worse, Final Fantasy III feels like a direct sequel to the first game. As such, it ditches FFII’s focus on narrative in order to flesh out the gameplay. Most importantly, it introduces the job system and summons. While summoning giant monsters is cool and all, the job […]

  • Release: 2009 (JPN), 2010 (NA) When it comes to combat and presentation, Final Fantasy XIII stands among the best in the series. From the realistic character models to a beautifully realized techno-organic world, the graphics are stunning. While there’s a bit of a learning curve, XIII’s unique take on combat is highly versatile. Being able […]


    Release: 1987 (JPN), 1990 (NA) Back in 1987, Final Fantasy was revolutionary. Along with Dragon Quest, the game set the standard for RPGs. It introduced the party system, class-based character progression, and plots more ambitious than just saving the princess. Even more influential, Final Fantasy moved away from using first-person for combat. Instead,  it used […]

  • Release: 1988 (JPN), 2003 (NA) Back during the days of the NES, sequels were far more experimental. In the case of Final Fantasy II, this experimental mindset led to some drastic changes. While inventive, these changes needed far more polish. For instance, leveling up stats was so unbalanced that players would attack their own party […]

  • Ratchet and Clank is near and dear to many PlayStation owners’ hearts. Not only are the games fun to play, but they are also quirky, eccentric, and no stranger to cheat codes. Ratchet and Clank: Up Your Arsenal includes cheats for a double-bladed laser sword, a Santa Ratchet skin, squat stats, and even a demo […]

  • Assassin’s Creed III isn’t just a fantastic game. It’s a fantastic game packed with tons of Easter eggs. The one pertaining to the Konami Code doesn’t make the game easier. Actually, it’s more than a little odd. In order to use the code in-game, you’ll have to first find a turkey. After entering the code […]

  • Bioshock Infinite made serious waves with its Inception-esque story, fast-paced gameplay, and stunning visuals. More than that, it uses the Konami Code in a very creative way. Bucking the trend of using the code to make their game easier, publisher 2K Games decided to use it to make the game harder. Punching it in at […]

  • Although using the Konami Code in Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance takes some leg work, it’s well worth it. First, you need to beat the game. Once you’re done celebrating your heroic victory, you’ll want to reboot the game and enter the code when you see the Konami logo pop up. If done correctly, you’ll unlock […]

  • Cheat codes have been a key part of Grand Theft Auto since the very beginning. Many a gamer has found memories of spawning tanks and other weapons to cause chaos in their GTA of choice. In San Andreas, inputting the Konami Code is arguably the most impactful cheat in the game. Using it eliminates the […]


    The popular car-racing soccer mash-up made sure to include the Konami Code in a way that only Rocket League can. No, entering the code won’t grant you an unlimited boost or give you some sort of competitive advantage. That wouldn’t be fair! Instead, punching in the code when the Psyonix logo appears upon booting up […]


    As we previously mentioned, the Konami Code was born into this world via the very first Gradius game. So, it’s only reasonable to expect that the game’s sequels would find a way to make use of it. Out of all the sequels, its use in Gradius III is a stroke of genius. In the first […]

  • When the super popular skateboard simulator migrated over to the Game Boy Advance, it came with a satisfying use for the Konami Code. Entering the code unlocks the popular Marvel web-slinger Spider-Man. Why Spider-Man needs a skateboard when he can literally swing through the sky is anyone’s guess. But, he sure knows how to get […]


    While Gradius may be the first appearance of the Konami Code, its inclusion in Contra is what made the code a household name. Contra is obnoxiously difficult. So, in order to beat it, you could either get obnoxiously good or cheat. Let’s be real, we all cheated by entering the Konami Code at the game’s […]

  • If you’re searching for some variety in your diet, don’t be afraid to try something new – especially if you’re thinking of going plant-based. According to research, a plant-based diet is linked to lower inflammation levels, which is ideal for Crohn’s disease sufferers. Choosing to skip meat in favor of plant-based alternatives can bring good […]

  • Want to spice up a basic chicken breast and turn it into something a bit more flavorful and exciting? While you normally wouldn’t want to go too wild with seasonings, you can try a few simple yet powerful flavors. You can cook up Lemon Pepper Chicken, a recipe that’s both delicious and good for those […]


    Burgers might be viewed as greasy and unhealthy, but when done right they can actually be an excellent – and tasty – meals for those with Crohn’s disease. Greasy foods do cause Crohn’s flare ups, but when a hamburger is prepared in a healthy way, you can enjoy its nutrients and its deliciousness. If you’re […]

  • Want to eat your breakfast instead of sipping it via a straw? A yogurt parfait with mixed berries offers great nutritional benefits for Crohn’s sufferers – and it’s very filling. You can make a parfait with these ingredients: 4 cups of organic yogurt. ¼ cup of strawberry fruit spread. ½ cup of frozen blueberries. 1 […]