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  • Blog Post: Atlus Counts Down To A Persona 5 Livestream

    Fans of the modern day high-school JRPG are hungry for every scrap of information Atlus is ready to dish out about the game. Thankfully, we’re about to get an eyefull with an upcoming livestream that will showcase new details on the game. If you’re interested in watching the stream, you'll... More
  • Blog Post: People Used To Marry Pokémon And Other Localization Oddities Lost To Time

    Everything you think you know about Pokémon is wrong. You were lied to as a child. If many of these little details had not been edited out of the Pokémon show and games when they were translated for the U.S., we might look at the series a little differently. Dorkly shows us what we missed... More
  • Blog Post: Get A New Look At Fighting/RPG Hybrid Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom

    Focus Home Interactive is showing off the first gameplay footage of its upcoming fighting/role-playing hybrid game, Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom. The game debuted in 2014, but not a whole lot of gameplay has been shown off until now. In Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom, players are able to play and fight... More
  • Blog Post: Chrono Trigger Tribute Album Chronicles Of Time Now Available

    The team behind 2013’s Secret of Mana tribute album Spectrum of Mana give Chrono Trigger a similar multi-genre treatment with Chronicles of Time. As it turns out, Chrono Trigger’s soundtrack stands the test of time. Chrono Trigger is an essential game for anybody who considers themselves... More
  • Blog Post: Tetsuya Mizuguchi's New RPG Puzzle Game Coming To North America

    Today GameSamba announced it will be bringing the latest game from Rez and Lumines producer Tetsuya Mizuguchi to the U.S. Announced for Japanese audiences back in 2014, Eighteen is described as an RPG puzzle game for Android and iOS devices. While Eighteen appears to be some variation on the ever-popular... More
  • Blog Post: Undertale's Epic Mettaton Fight Gets Animated

    Undertale was one of those indie games that practically came out of nowhere and generated a lot of buzz around end-of-the-year "best of" discussions. Now, one of the game's most epic battles has been immortalized in an animated sequence. Even though not everyone loved Undertale , it still... More
  • Blog Post: Sega Teases Valkyria Chronicles Remaster PS4 News Coming Soon

    Valkyria Chronicles, one of the PS3’s most criminally overlooked games, is getting a remastered PS4 version in Japan. Today, Sega teased that news about a possible western release is coming soon. The video below from Sega Europe’s YouTube channel features a Sega representative gleefully teasing... More
  • Blog Post: PS2 RPG Dark Cloud 2 Levels Up To PS4

    Fans of Level-5’s beloved cell-shaded RPG can look forward to playing the game again on PS4. And they only have to look forward to next week. During a recent PlayStation Blogcast, the team running the PlayStation Blog talked about their favorite games of 2015. They also revealed that Dark Cloud... More
  • Blog Post: Arc The Lad: Twilight Of The Spirits Coming To PS4 On January 12

    PlayStation just announced on its blog what games are coming to the online store this weekend. Among notable ports of Gone Home and Banner Saga is a little surprise: Arc The Lad: Twilight of the Spirits will also be available for purchase. Twilight of the Spirits was announced at PSX as one of the PS2... More
  • Blog Post: More Pillars of Eternity Coming This February

    The second expansion for Obsidian's acclaimed CRPG now has a release date. Here's what players can expect. The second Pillars of Eternity expansion is entitled The White March Part 2, and as you might expect, it finishes off the narrative arc that began in the first expansion . This time around... More
  • Blog Post: Big Marvel Future Fight Update Headlined By A Trio Of Spider-Men

    The mobile RPG Marvel Future Fight released this past April and tasked players with forming parties of superheroes to battle the biggest and baddest of the Marvel Universe. Three new web-slingers are swinging into the game via a new update. These webheads include: Miles Morales, Spider-Gwen, and Silk... More
  • Blog Post: To The Moon Gets DLC...Sort Of

    To The Moon is a much-acclaimed indie RPG for PC, lauded for its emotional story . Over the holiday weekend, the game got a piece of story-focused DLC – but it's a comic, so you need to read it instead of play it. The comic is called To The Moon, Too , and it takes place after the events of... More
  • Blog Post: You Can Pre-Order Magik For Marvel Heroes, Spider-Gwen Costume Now Available

    Marvel Heroes' players have spoken. After surveying fans for the next hero they'd like to see join Marvel Heroes 2015, the X-Man Magik teleported to the top of the list as the winner of the game's first community fan vote. Colossus’ magic-imbued little sister uses her Soulsword to cut... More
  • Blog Post: Five Nights At Freddy's Horrific Animatronics To Explore A New Genre Next Year

    Five Nights at Freddy's creator Scott Cawthon recently published a teaser trailer for a new game called Five Nights at Freddy's World, and it's a lot different from the previous Freddy's games. In a post on Steam offering some ambiguous details on the game, Cawthon wrote, "[World... More
  • Blog Post: The Next Witcher 3 Patch Will Eat Up 15 GB Of Your Console's Hard Drive

    The Witcher 3 is a notoriously large game in terms of things to do, but its base game currently weighs in at a relatively modest 31 GB on consoles. The upcoming patch, which fixes hundreds of minor things across several parts of the game, will arrive on consoles at nearly half the size of the original... More
  • Blog Post: Dragon Age: Inquisition’s Game Of The Year Edition Is Out Today

    Less than a month after announcing a Game of the Year edition for Dragon Age: Inquisition, Bioware released the game on Xbox One, PS4 and PC today. The package includes all DLC created for the hit RPG since launch, including Jaws of Hakkon, the Descent, and the recent add-on epilogue, Trespasser. The... More
  • Blog Post: Here Are Some Lesser-Known Facts About Fallout

    Did you know that the option to blow up Megaton was cut from the Japanese release of Fallout 3? Or that Fallout 2 was the first game to allow for gay marriage? Or that Fallout 3 could only be illegally obtained in India? Find out what else you don't know about this post-apocalyptic RPG series in... More
  • Blog Post: Find Out More About The Design And Artists Behind The Bioware-Inspired RPG Mooncrest

    If you’re a fan of old school Bioware RPGs, you’re going to want to keep an eye on Mooncrest. The story-driven, fantasy RPG was only officially announced recently, but KnightMayor is delivering a steady stream of production updates. The latest look behind the scenes gets up close and personal... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: What Do You Want From The Final Fantasy VII Remake?

    Final Fantasy VII is an old game that's getting a modern makeover, but does it need more than just a visual update? Would it be sacrilegious to change the game's combat system? How many changes are too many, and when does it stop being a remake? Yesterday, our very own Joe Juba made some controversial... More
  • Blog Post: New Studio Tokyo RPG Factory Announces Project Setsuna

    Tokyo RPG Factory, a new studio under Square Enix, has formed to create a completely new series. While the final title hasn't yet been revealed, it is currently being referred to as Project Setsuna. Square Enix showed off some pretty art from the upcoming title, but aside from the fact that it's... More
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