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My Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call parties are based on my OTPs

I build Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call parties based on OTPs Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call isn’t just a music game. It’s a music game with RPG elements. That means a player doesn’t just go through the songs. Arranging a proper party of characters is just as important, as having people with the right stats more »

You’ll have to pay extra for Assassin’s Creed Unity’s female character

People have been quite upset about Assassin’s Creed Unity. See, it had this issue where people were going to be locked into a male avatar. Some people were upset since a big part of gameplay would be cooperative multiplayer, where everyone would still be locked into male roles despite not being the “main” character, Arno, more »

10 Games you need to play on the PlayStation TV

The PlayStation TV is coming out on October 14, 2014, and this micro-console needs to be on the wishlists of everyone with a PlayStation Plus subscription and spare DualShock 3 lying around. You may have passed on the Vita bandwagon for “reasons,” but now is your chance. The PlayStation TV won’t play every Vita game, more »

Super Smash Bros’ Settle it in Smash commercials are awesome

Ready to watch the magic happen? Here we go. Nintendo sometimes makes really weird commercials to promote its games, and it decided to go the “crazy” route with Super Smash Bros.. You may have to brace yourself, because this is the best kind of strangeness. Nintendo wants everyone to “Settle it with Smash!” The idea more »

I may buy a Wii U for Hyrule Warriors

I’ve said before, and will say multiple times again, that I don’t play many modern games. There’s something about the big AAA releases that just fail to appeal to me, in general. Yes, I adore Skyrim, but the open world sandbox that is that game is rare. Yet I am super excited for Hyrule Warriors, more »

WWE 2K15 reveals first part of roster with superstar panel

WWE and 2K Sports held the first of a two part roster reveal Monday night on WWE Network. After last year’s event it’s no surprise that Ric Flair was nowhere to be seen. Current superstars Roman Reigns, Cesaro and Sheamus joined Hulk Hogan, Sting and Stone Cold Steve Austin to talk wrestling and WWE 2K15. more »

Rebuild of Evangelion in Tales of Zestiria makes no sense, but still rocks

It may seem a bit early to start getting excited about Tales of Zestiria, the next installment in Bandai Namco’s Tales series. I mean, the game isn’t going to be released . The thing is, its collaboration with the Rebuild of Evangelion is too good to wait. We need to start getting excited about this more »

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I don’t want Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes 2.0, but do want Rocket and Groot

This is going to be a big gaming week for people who have kids, know someone with kids, or is a big kid at heart. This is the week Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes 2.0 tries to take down Skylanders again. The last attempt went well enough, since we are getting a sequel, so there’s more »

I’m a big fan of The Sims 4 gallery

When it comes to player created content in The Sims, I used to be one of those players who only went for original items created by players. I didn’t want to visit the official exchanges to get Sims or homes made by other people with pieces included in the base game, because I figured it more »

Skyrim Mods converge, create an odd journey

I mentioned in my last article that there was a mod called “Live Another Life”, which gave you an alternate start in your Skyrim game. There’s another Skyrim mod that adds onto that, called “Random Alternate Start”. It’s the exact same thing, only it lets you pick a starting equipment kit, and then places you more »

The Goat Simulator iOS and Android versions are wreaking havoc everywhere

Those concerned about the hooved, horned, and prehensile-tongued menace that is the goat should probably avoid iTunes and Google Play for a few weeks. The Goat Simulator iOS and Android ports are here. They’ve popped up inexplicably and without warning, and we all will have to face the prospect of people we know acting like more »

Everyone wins if Square Enix helps Steam become a JRPG destination

Square Enix is bringing Final Fantasy XIII to Steam. We all have mixed feelings about this. The other day, Final Fantasy IV also hit Steam. We have less mixed feelings, with a touch of apathy because that freakin’ game is on like, everything. But that’s not all. Trails in the Sky debuted on Steam recently, more »