Gaming

Final Fantasy XV Season Pass Won’t Include All DLC

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In an interview with Famitsu (which Siliconera and Gemetsu have translated parts of), Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata discussed the Final Fantasy XV season pass, as well as some of the game’s structure. The Final Fantasy XV Season Pass has already been at the heart of controversy due to it not being included with the special $270 limited collector’s edition of the game. In the ... Read More »

Vampyr shows itself in a 14 minutes gameplay video

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Vampyr is the latest project from Focus Home Interactive and DontNod Entertainment (known for games like Remember Me and Life is Strange). It’s an Action-RPG game set in a London plagued by a Spanish flu outbreak. From E3 2016 to now, information about this title has been scarce. Now, Focus Interactive released 15 minutes long gameplay video showing off the game in ... Read More »

New Civilization VI Spotlight Shows off Spain

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Firaxis Games have released a new spotlight for Civilization VI. This time around we get to know a little more about the Spanish civ led by Philip II. The list of accomplishments for King Philip II is as long as it is impressive. During his time as the ruling Spanish monarch, Philip ruled lands extending far beyond the borders of his ... Read More »

Steam Spy Restores Previously Removed Sales Data

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Steam Spy has restored sales data that it had previously removed due to developer request. Steam Spy is a service that gathers certain data from the Steam API and organizes it in an easy-to-read fashion. At the most basic level it lists the number of owners and players based on its interpretation of that data along with a margin of ... Read More »

Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X Review – Remixed Tunes

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Reviewing this game was harder than I expected it to be going in. Although I’ve had experience with the Project DIVA series in the past (having reviewed Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F 2nd back in 2014), and I even imported the title (Project DIVA X) at the Japanese launch, it took me a decently long time to decide if some of the ... Read More »

Attack on Titan Review – Hunted Become The Hunters

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Based on the Manga and Anime of the same name Attack on Titan (known as A. O. T.: Wings of Freedom in Europe) is a 3D Action game coming to you from Koei Tecmo. The title follows the storyline of the series until the end of the first season, allowing players to relive some of their favorite moments from the show. ... Read More »

Microsoft Still Optimistic about Games after Brexit

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Despite many companies like Lenovo and OnePlus increasing their prices in fright of the decreasing value of the pound in Britain, Xbox is ‘really optimistic’ about the future of UK games development, even after Brexit. Microsoft is still one of the biggest investors in UK games development, despite the closure of its Lionhead studio earlier this year. Microsoft still owns Rare in the village of ... Read More »

Heroes of the Storm Gets MVP and Commendations System

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Blizzard Entertainment released a preview introducing Heroes of the Storm‘s new MVP and commendation systems coming in the next big content update.  In a blog post on Battle.net, community manager Ravinix explains what this system is and why the system gets implemented in the popular MOBA game.  At the end of every match, excluding Custom matches, the game will automatically promote ... Read More »

New Aerial Units Star in Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation

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Stardock has always been an interesting developer and publisher, as a studio that has been willing to push conventional wisdom and technology in many ways. You hear the shouts of RTS is dying, but Stardock keeps releasing them. These titles range from Galactic Civilization 3 to their newest release earlier this year, Ashes of the Singularity.  One of the things that stood ... Read More »

Call of Duty Endowment Fund Secures 25,000 Jobs for Veterans

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The Call of Duty Endowment Fund (CODE) has been a huge success, securing over 25,000 jobs for military veterans. The original goal for CODE was to secure 25,000 careers by 2018 for veterans, a goal it reached two years ahead of schedule. “The Endowment’s efforts have had a direct and positive impact on the lives of so many who have given so much,” ... Read More »