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  • 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
  • Blog Post: Dragon Age: Inquisition DLC Now On PlayStation, Xbox 360

    Dragon Age: Inquisition received its first piece of single-player DLC in March, Jaws of Hakkon. It was a timed PC and Xbox One exclusive, but that period has ended. Starting today, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 players have a reason to return to BioWare's epic RPG. The $15 DLC is based... More
  • Blog Post: Here's All The Background You Need To Play The Witcher 3

    What are Witchers, and where do they come from? Who's this Yennefer woman who Geralt seems so infatuated with? How was Ciri born? All your The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt questions will be answered here. Well probably not all of them, but this is a good primer for the game. After checking out this video... More
  • Blog Post: The Witcher 3 Comes Out On Tuesday, Learn About Its Development With Our Coverage Hub

    The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has a lot going for it and is sounding like it could end up being remembered as one of the best games of 2015. Before you play the game this coming week, you can look back at the development of the game through our coverage hub from when The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt was our cover... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Classic RPG Grandia II Confirmed For HD Steam Release

    Update: Gung Ho has confirmed that Grandia II has entered development for PC. The publisher says it was chosen based on responses to the recent survey focused on Game Arts titles. The Dreamcast version of the game will serve as the basis for the HD update, with the title supporting keyboard and mouse... More
  • Blog Post: Grind Time: The RPG Live Show — Star Ocean

    It's that time of month again! Our next episode of Grind Time: The RPG Live Show is all about the Star Ocean franchise. Earlier this month, Square Enix pleasantly surprised RPG fans by announcing Star Ocean 5 is on the way. Up until that point, the series' future looked doubtful, due to the lackluster... More
  • Blog Post: Ask Deus Ex: Mankind Divided's Developers Anything

    We've offered up a substantial amount of information about Adam Jensen's fight for the future in Eidos-Montreal's upcoming Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. However, no matter how many details we dish out about about the game, there are still several big questions gamers want to know. Send us those... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy IV: The After Years Coming To Steam Next Month

    Square Enix announced that it's giving PC users the chance to experience the sequel to Final Fantasy IV next month. Final Fantasy IV: The After Years first launched in North America for the Wii, and then made its way to the PSP and mobile platforms. The Final Fantasy IV sequel is set two decades... More
  • Blog Post: Bloodborne Patch Now Available, Cuts Down Load Times

    If there's one thing that's hard to ignore about Bloodborne, it's those pesky load times when you warp or die. From Software has heard fans' pleas and finally released patch 1.03 to improve the matter. From Software said it was working on a fix to hit this month, and now it's here... More
  • Blog Post: Monster Hunter Stories RPG Spinoff Announced For 3DS In Japan

    Japan is getting a Monster Hunter RPG spinoff with a new art style for 3DS. You can check out a trailer for the new game below which doesn't offer much insight into how the game plays or what will separate it from the core Monster Hunter series. Some details that can be gleaned, however, is it is... More
  • Blog Post: The Elder Scrolls Online Invites Beta Players Back For Free Weekend

    Starting Thursday, April 16 at 10 AM EDT and ending the morning of Monday, April 20, beta users who have not purchased the full game are being given the opportunity to play The Elder Scrolls Online for free all weekend. Returning players will have full access to the recent Tamriel Unlimited version of... More
  • Blog Post: May Cover Revealed – Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

    The original Deus Ex is one of the most critically acclaimed shooter/RPG hybrids of all-time. In 2011, Eidos-Montreal resurrected the dormant franchise with Human Revolution, giving the series an updated look while remaining true to the player choice-driven gameplay. Eidos-Montreal knew its game wasn’t... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy VI Opera Song Receives Music Video Tribute

    Vocalist Jillian Aversa's new video has her teaming up with cellist Tina Guo to perform a beautiful rendition of Final Fantasy VI’s Aria di Mezzo Carattere , an iconic opera song originally composed by the famed Nobuo Uematsu. Today marks Final Fantasy VI’s 21st anniversary, and Jillian’s... More
  • Blog Post: Watch And Listen To Five Of Xenoblade’s Best Tracks Performed Live

    Nintendo is promoting the upcoming Xenoblade Chronicles 3D by performing some of the music from the game live. Five of the best tracks in the game, including “Gaur Plains,” “You Will Know Our Names,” and “Engage the Enemy,” were chosen to be performed with a full band... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Do You Still Enjoy Turn-Based RPGs?

    Lately, more RPGs are moving away from the tried-and-true turn-based battle system. Do you think the turn-based battle system still has a place in the modern RPG? I still love a great turn-based battle system myself, but lately we're seeing more franchises switch to action-focused combat. The biggest... More
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