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  • This Is The End For Witcher 3 Since The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt launched for consoles and PC nearly a year ago, it’s been a wild ride for CD Projekt Red, full of critical praise and buckets of awards. But now it’s time to say goodbye.
    The developer will be laying the game to rest with the release of its final DLC expansion, Blood and Wine. Nothing else substantial will be created for Witcher 3, though they promise to continue to repair bugs and glitches in the main game and its expansions wherever they might pop up. Game director Konrad Tomaszkiewicz told the website Eurogamer that Blood and ...
  • Civilization VI Confirmed, Trailer and Details Given After much speculation, and several teases to accompany it, Civilization VI has been confirmed. Not only that, it has a release date of October 21st of this year. The long-running world-building game has been popular since the beginning, and has grown with virtually every title and expansion. With Civilization VI, that appears to be no different.
    On it’s Steam Page, several details were given as to what players can expect to be different this go round. Follow-up on these improvements are expected soon:
    “Civilization VI offers new ways to engage with your world: cities now physically expand across the map, active research ...
  • Next In The Steam Final Fantasy Library: FFX Square-Enix has been slowly adding the entire Final Fantasy library to Steam. Last month FF9 made its long-overdue debut, and it appears this month it will be followed by FFX and FFX-2 in one package. The page for the game is now up on the Steam website with a promise of a May 12 release. No price is currently listed, but since FF9 was $20, we can postulate the cost of this one will be in that range.
    FINAL FANTASY X tells the story of a star blitzball player, Tidus, who journeys with a young and beautiful summoner named Yuna on ...
  • Mods Coming To XBox One Version Of Fallout 4 Soon fallout 4Bethesda Game Studios announced today that a closed beta would begin for the mod tools in Fallout 4 on XBox One. The promised feature has already been added to the PC version of the game, and already over one million downloads of mods have been counted by Bethesda. It, too, had a closed beta before the full product launch, followed by an open beta, followed by the release. The process took about a month. Users can expect the same for XBox.
    Bethesda didn’t provide a specific date (you can only get so much from a tweet) but said the closed beta ...
  • Persona 5 Dated For Japan persona 5We still don’t know when the US is getting Persona 5 (we know that it’s happening, we just don’t know when). But this week Atlus revealed when its home country would be getting the RPG — September 15, 2016.
    It was pointed out that this date is just five days shy of Persona’s 20th anniversary, the franchise having debuted with Persona 1 on the original Playstation September 20, 1996. Atlus is aware of this, and to celebrate Persona’s birthday, they’re offering a special anniversary soundtrack collection in Japan. Other celebratory efforts will include Persona 5 The Animation: The Day Breakers, an ...
  • Here Comes Far Harbor, Fallout 4’s Biggest DLC Yet far harborSo far we’ve had Automatron and Wasteland Workshop, but the biggest and best Fallout 4 DLC is being saved for the end. That’s what Bethesda has repeatedly told us, and we’re about to find out if it’s true. Fallout 4: Far Harbor is about to be released, and it’s not only substantially bigger than the previous two add-ons, it’s also pricier at $25 individually.
    In Far Harbor, a new case from Valentine’s Detective Agency leads you on a search for a young woman and a secret colony of synths. Travel off the coast of Maine to the mysterious island of Far ...
  • Stardew Valley Will Come To Consoles Eventually stardew valleyStardew Valley, the runaway hit creation from one-man developer ConcernedApe (aka Eric Barone), needs to expand. But it’s tricky when you’re going at it solo. Barone made the entire original game on his own. People would like to play it on consoles, but how can he make that happen? By enlisting help.
    In a blog post published on his website this morning, Barone mentioned there should also be co-op multiplayer added to the game at some point…as well as translations for non-English-speaking gamers, a Mac version, and even merchandise. “Now, there’s obviously a huge amount of work involved to achieve all this… ...
  • Final Fantasy 14 And Yo-Kai Watch Collide Why are there weird ghost creatures roaming around the countryside of Square’s most recent MMO? Yo-Kai is why.
    Square-Enix and Level-5 Games announced today they’ve arranged for a little crossover. Characters from Level-5’s Yo-Kai Watch, huge in Japan, will be appearing in Final Fantasy XIV as minions (creatures you can keep as pets in the game). You’ll also be able to find Yo-Kai-specific items within the game, such as weapons, a flying Whisper mount and even a Yo-Kai Watch itself.
    If the US and European versions of Final Fantasy XIV end up getting this update, it’ll mark the first time the Yo-Kai ...
  • Shin Megami Tensei IV Preorder Giveaway Announced Atlus is bringing Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse to North America in the summer of 2016, the company announced today. They also revealed a special giveaway for those who preorder or manage to get a copy first-day: the first shipment of copies will contain three custom pins from out of the game. One depicts the symbol of Dagda (a god character from the game’s storyline) and the other two are self-explanatory Peace and Anarchy symbols. The pins are metal and .75″ in diameter each.
    We’re told by Atlus you don’t need to be familiar with SMT IV to understand the plot ...
  • What Would A Mobile Fire Emblem Be Like? Guess We’ll Find Out Nintendo had no problem selling its first mobile title, Miitomo, to the masses. Japan ate it right up, and America followed suit. What’s next?
    Today during their financial earnings report, Nintendo revealed what they were thinking of: Fire Emblem and Animal Crossing. Unlike Miitomo, which was more of a social media experiment, these will be closer to their console and handheld incarnations, albeit without buttons.
    “Compared to Miitomo, they have more prominent game elements, and the game content will tie closely into Nintendo’s dedicated games business,” says Big Mario. “Nintendo will provide more details about these applications closer to their launch period, and ...