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Fire Emblem Echoes Gets A Deluxe Edition

by Peter Paltridgeon March 21, 2017
The last few Fire Emblem games have received limited edition versions containing a bounty of extra collectibles. Fire Emblem Heroes, releasing this May, will be no different. Today Nintendo revealed what’s going to be in that box…. So take a look. We’ve got the game, a fancy hardcover artbook, a soundtrack CD, and a pin […]
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Radiant Historia Getting A 3DS Remake

by Peter Paltridgeon March 21, 2017
Did you miss Radiant Historia on the DS? If you did, don’t blame yourself…the title had a short print run and remains an underappreciated classic. You had about two months to buy it before your only option was eBay. But it may be more appreciated soon. In this week’s Famitsu magazine, Atlus unveiled a deluxe […]

Seiken Densetsu Collection Announced For Switch

by Peter Paltridgeon March 21, 2017
Secret of Mana, released in 1993, was one of the best games for the Super NES. Now Square Enix has announced Seiken Densetsu Collection — a re-release for Nintendo Switch that contains Secret of Mana, its prequel (for the Game Boy) and its sequel (also for the SNES). All three are excellent games and this […]
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Watch This Crazy New Persona 5 Trailer

by Peter Paltridgeon March 7, 2017
The fifth game in the Persona series, loooong in development (Persona 4 came out for PS2), will finally be hitting American stores within one month. This may be the final trailer Atlus releases for the game before launch. As in previous titles from the series, Persona 5 is part school sim, part socialization sim, and […]

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Final Fantasy 15’s Brawler Spinoff Now Free For Everyone

by Peter Paltridgeon March 2, 2017
Back in November, were you wrestling with whether or not to preorder Final Fantasy 15 at Gamestop? If you recall, GS had the only preorder bonus worth going after: an entire extra game. “A King’s Tale: Final Fantasy XV” was the name of a 2-D beat-em-up game set 30 years before the events of Final […]
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Stardew Valley Confirmed For Switch

by Peter Paltridgeon February 28, 2017
Ever since Stardew Valley was adapted for consoles people have been asking if a Switch version was in the works. Having a version of the game that could be made portable would make a big difference; it would make the gameplay more convenient — and more addictive. Today, during a special announcement in which 63 […]

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Square’s Final Fantasy 15 PS4 Pro Patch Actually Makes The Game Worse

by Peter Paltridgeon February 22, 2017
If you have a PS4 Pro, you may be noticing a slight hiccup in the framerate of Final Fantasy 15. It’s the result of Square’s Version 1.05 patch, and there’s currently no fix. Here’s the problem: originally, Final Fantasy 15 could be played in two different graphical modes on the PS4 Pro: “Lite,” which ran […]

Elder Scrolls Online Morrowind: New Gameplay Trailer & Screenshots

by Peter Paltridgeon February 22, 2017
Feast your eyes on this returning visitor from the Bush and Britney Era….Morrowind is back and it’s had some work done! This addition to The Elder Scrolls Online adds the areas from Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind, first released in 2002. We’re told the storyline will take place about 700 years before the events that happened […]

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Natsume Changes Mind, Releases Harvest Moon 64…On Wii U

by Peter Paltridgeon February 20, 2017
Out of nowhere, Natsume has announced Harvest Moon 64 for the Wii U Virtual Console. This was one of the most demanded N64 games that has never been available before, and it’s coming ONE WEEK before Nintendo puts the Wii U to bed and launches their next console, the Switch. Questions abound: why now? Why […]

New Limits Placed On Console Skyrim Mods

by Peter Paltridgeon February 14, 2017
Last year we embarked on the bold experiment of allowing modifications to Bethesda games on consoles. Sony said no, until Microsoft said yes — then Sony said yes with some conditions. While the XBox version was more lenient, both machines imposed limits on what you can do, making the PC still the top choice for […]