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  • PAX East: New Footage Of Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Captured Crossovers in games are nothing new, but when it comes to Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE, it’s a different story. As it combines both Fire Emblem, Shin Megami Tensei, and the country of Japan all into one extremely different game. From it’s combat system, to the use of music, fashion, and lifestyle, this is definitely a very detailed game.
    At PAX East, a massive demo for the title was given to people to play, and GameExplain recorded a 20-minute session with it. All of it was in English, and they even added the music so you heard what they heard. The demo ...
  • PAX East: Bravely Second Gets Behind-The-Scenes Panel The popular RPG Bravely Second: End Layer will be getting a special panel at PAX Easter tomorrow at 1-2 pm ET in the Dragonfly Theatre at PAX East.
    This panel will focus on the creation of the game, talking about what happened with the game during it’s development, showing off lots of concept art, and more. Then, as is typically with most panels, they’ll allow the audience to come up for a Q&A about the game or the developers themselves.
    The panel is but one part of Nintendo’s rather large presence at PAX East. Which includes demo booths of Mirage FE, Star ...
  • PAX East: Polish Studio Reveals Seven: The Days Long Gone A new Isometric RPG has been unveiled at PAX East, and it’s one that isn’t afraid to break the bonds that previous entries in the genre have put on it.
    Developed by Fool’s Theory, Seven: The Days Long Gone aims to give total freedom to the player in many aspects. For example, instead of being rigid in where the player can and can’t go in the world, they have totally freedom. In example, if there is a checkpoint you wish to avoid, you can simply climb up nearby buildings to avoid it. Furthermore, combat is in real-time, and you can attack, ...
  • Elder Scrolls: Legends Trading Card Game Detailed Announced at E3 last year, Bethesda has taken to the virtual card game market with Elder Scrolls: Legends. The game recently was given to players via a Beta, and a new trailer below.
    https://youtu.be/KKtxbAmkCtU
    As you can see,  “Legends” has some unique traits that will differentiate it from similar online card games like Blizzard’s “Hearthstone.” Battles are divided into two lanes where certain effects can be applied and your characters can do battle. One of the more interesting features shown was that when your avatar takes enough damage, a rune will break and you will draw a card that could turn the tide of battle. ...
  • PAX East: Borderlands 3 Officially In Development At the Gearbox Panel yesterday, a number of announcements were made about several upcoming titles including Battleborn and the long wanted Borderlands 3. For those wanting an official confirmation about the games existence, they got it:
    “It’s no secret. Obviously there is going to be another Borderlands.” Art Director Scott Kester even referred to the game as “Borderlands 3,” though CEO Randy Pitchford later added, “We don’t even know if we’re going to call it that.”
    Pitchford notes that the game will be going into production soon, thus meaning that pre-production is finished. As for the story, Gearbox did not offer any ...
  • What Square’s New Active Time Report Revealed Square livestreamed its latest Final Fantasy XV Active Time Report during the wee hours of the morning. Most of the new information only concerned Japan, but Square did confirm more copies of the Ultimate Collector’s Edition would be produced.
    Containing exclusive extras like a thick artbook and a giant Noctis figure, it was initially limited to just 30,000 copies. Preorders were made available on Square’s website just after their big FFXV presentation, and sold out extremely quickly. Square did not mention just how many copies of the Ultimate Collector’s Edition they intend to produce NOW, but hopefully more consumers will be ...
  • Latest Fallout 4 Update Overhauls Survival Mode Bethesda is about to issue Update 1.5 to Fallout 4. Part of the reason is to lay the groundwork for the game’s next DLC pack, but there are other changes on the way.
    The most anticipated part of this update is the rejiggered Survival Mode. Players have found it lacking in difficulty compared to past Fallout games, so Bethesda is tweaking it to be more in line with Survival Modes of the past: you’ll take more damage, you won’t be able to carry as many items, and you won’t be able to save as often. Hey, some people want it!
    There is ...
  • A New Active Time Report Coming Thursday From Square Square-Enix will be holding a new Active Time Report broadcast this coming Thursday. Unlike the other ATRs, however, this one will be held at a time when no one will be awake to watch it: 7 AM Eastern, 4 AM Pacific. This makes holding it live pointless, but it will be archived like the others.
    We already found out a lot about Final Fantasy XV from the Uncovered event — what’s left? Some of the Report is expected to be a recap of the information from Uncovered, but there should be some new information as well. What it is, we can’t ...
  • Skyrim City Mod Took Over Three Years To Craft There are Skyrim mods that expand the game, and then there’s Holds: The City Overhaul, one mammoth effort nearly four years in the making that’s available starting today.
    Holds vastly increases the size of many of Skyrim’s cities, most notably Falkreath, Winterhold and Dawnstar, and even adds a few smaller settlements of its own. Interiors of buildings have also been redone. It was a ton of work and creator Galandil has been at it since 2012. “Most of these new settlements have been placed far out of the way and hidden from view to not ruin the expansive wilderness theme of ...
  • Corpse Party Is Coming To 3DS And PC corpse partyEver heard of Corpse Party, the super-grim adventure horror game full of twists, turns and dismemberments? It created a minor sensation when it was released digitally for the PSP in 2011. Now a physical version is coming out, for the 3DS — and another digital version is coming too for the PC.
    Corpse Party was originally released on PC, then ported to the PSP. The US received the PSP version first, back in 2011. This will mark the first time the original version of the game gets an English translation.
    These versions will also have bonuses the original 2011 release didn’t. The ...