Final Fantasy Type-0 HD launches on Steam for Windows PC

Final Fantasy Type-0 (PC, PS4, Xbox One) PC Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD is now on Steam for Windows PC. The PC version is said to more closely represent the director’s vision, adding new gameplay features and PC specific add-ons to the world. Other enhancements include an improved battle camera, scalable motion-blur settings, options for increased resolution, and support for controllers. Minimum and recommended system requirements are listed below.

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PS4 Star Wars Battlefront bundles, Super Star Wars PSN announced

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Two new Star Wars-themed PlayStation 4bundles are slated to hit stores this holiday season. Both bundles are scheduled to launch on November 17, the same day as Star Wars Battlefront’s release, and feature system and controller artwork inspired by Darth Vader. The other bundle comes packed with Disney Infinity extras, including the game, a base, a Boba Fett figure, and the Rise Against the Empire Set Pack. In addition, both will come with vouchers for four digital titles, announced today: Super Star Wars, Star Wars: Racer Revenge, Star Wars: Jedi Starfighter, and Star Wars Bounty Hunter. All four titles will feature updated visuals as well as support for trophies.

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New Mad Max interactive trailer released, Choose Your Path

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A new interactive trailer has been released for Mad Max. The Choose Your Path video runs through a scenario that takes over two minutes to complete and allows viewers to decide how Max goes about tackling a variety of situations, loading a clip corresponding to their choice. There are three branches in total, three choices per branch, with each showcasing a different gameplay style. The video’s total run length is over seven minutes, the scenario looping several times so that viewers can follow multiple paths.

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Mad World returns in Gears of War: Ultimate Edition launch trailer

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Microsoft has reached into their vaults for the latest trailer for Gears of War: Ultimate Edition. Fans of the original might recall a memorable TV spot featuring the song Mad World, and in a fitting nod to the 2006 version, Mad World returns for Ultimate Edition’s launch trailer. Check it out below. And as a reminder, all save files, add-ons, and achievements will carry over to Ultimate Edition, which will also support several Xbox One features, including screenshots, Snap, and DVR.

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(PC Review) King’s Quest – A Knight to Remember

(PC Review) King’s Quest – A Knight to Remember

“… a first-rate adventure, through and through. ”

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The Legend of Legacy limited edition contents detailed

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The Legend of Legacy will be getting the traditional ‘Atlus treatment’ when it launches on October 13. Which means, of course, goodies! Pre-order and launch editions will come boxed in a 6” x 8” case, packed with a 40-page hardcover art book, featuring commentary from character artist Tomomi Kobayashi, and a 10-track soundtrack CD with arrangements from Saga and Final Fantasy XIII composer Masashi Hamauzu. Also, unlike the past few Atlus releases, Legend of Legacy will be released for $39.99.

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Fallout Shelter now available for Android, updated for iOS

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Fallout Shelter has been updated for iOS and released on Google Play for Android. The new version adds Mr. Handy, a robotic companion that is bestowed as a premium reward. The helpful bot can be tasked with collecting resources inside the Vault, venturing into the wasteland to collect (precious, precious) caps, and fending off attacks. And it will have two new problems to contend with, also introduced in the update, Deathclaw invasions and Molerat infestations.

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Persona 4: Dancing All Night free DLC info, screens, trailer released

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Atlus has detailed a set of free downloadable content for Persona 4: Dancing All Night. For the first week of the game’s release, until September 29, early buyers will be able to download the Girls’ Swimsuit Set for use in Free Dance Mode. The pack includes summertime costumes for Chie, Naoto, Rise, and Yukiko. Speaking of Yukiko, she features in several of the new screenshots and is the focus of the latest character trailer. Check them out below.

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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – Reckoning dated for PSN, Steam

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Activision has sent word that Reckoning, the final download pack for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, will be launching on September 3 for PC, PS3, and PS4. Four new maps are included with the add-on—Fracture, Overload, Quarantine, and Swarm—along with an Exo Grapple playlist, and the Exo Zombies finale, Descent. Descent adds a new ocean-based Atlas locale, ‘fused’ enemy type, and Trident Reflected Energy weapon. Details on each of the maps can be found below.

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Divinity: Original Sin II announced, hitting Kickstarter this month

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Larian Studios has announced that Divinity: Original Sin II is in development. As with the original, the studio will be turning to the fans via Kickstarter to help fund the final release. But before the campaign begins on August 26, Larian is allowing potential funders the chance to vote on the campaign’s rewards. As to why the studio is returning to crowdfunding, Larian founder Swen Vincke wrote in a blog post that, among other reasons, the feedback from backers and Steam Early Access players proved invaluable during development. And as to what they have planned, he uses the example of Baldur’s Gate 2 in comparison to Baldur’s Gate, in that the sequel will offer more and better content due to the team not having to focus on developing an engine.

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