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English Release Date Set For Valkyria Revolution

by Peter Paltridgeon March 28, 2017
Sega confirmed this week that Valkyria Revolution, the long-awaited follow-up to the cult classic Valkyria Chronicles trilogy, WILL be sold in America and Europe as well as Japan. A new teaser trailer (embedded below) was provided to prove it. Don’t expect the same game, however. The Chronicles titles were turn-based strategies, but Valkyria Revolution is […]
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Shin Megami Tensei: Deep Strange Journey Coming To 3DS

by Peter Paltridgeon March 27, 2017
Radiant Historia won’t be the only JRPG to get a facelift this year. Atlus revealed this weekend that they are working on a 3DS remake of Shin Megami Tensei: Deep Strange Journey for the Nintendo 3DS. For longtime SMT fans the journey is indeed strange. You play as members of a United Nations task force […]

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Final Fantasy 15’s Most Tedious Chapter Is Now Fixed

by Peter Paltridgeon March 27, 2017
The biggest complaint people who have played Final Fantasy 15 have had is with Chapter 13 of the story, in which Noctis is imprisoned and stripped of his items, and must wander around bland solid walls for hours trying to get them back. Square listened to the complaints, and as of today has revised Chapter […]
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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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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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Middle-Earth: Shadow Of War Revealed By Monolith Productions

by Todd Blackon February 27, 2017
For anyone who’s a fan of Shadow of Mordor, your day has just been made, as a sequel to the popular game set in the Lord of the Rings universe has gotten a sequel in the form of Middle-Earth: Shadow of War. Here is the debut trailer: As you can see, players will once again […]
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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 […]

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 […]