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Emma Paquette

Emma is an aspiring something-or-other with a love for video games fostered since childhood. She is more prone to rage-quits than she would like to admit. In her spare time, she runs her own blog and writes creatively.

Sony Confirms Resident Evil Revelations 2 for Vita Coming This Summer

Resident Evil Revelations 2

In a post on the PlayStation Blog today, Director of Third Party Production at Sony Computer Entertainment America Gio Corsi announced that Resident Evil Revelations 2 will be released for the PlayStation Vita this summer. The game was originally released on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, in terms of Sony systems in four episodes. For those who want to play on ...

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Nintendo Will Publish Yo-kai Watch in the West

Nintendo Yo-kai Watch

After a successful few years in Japan, Nintendo and Level 5 have decided to localize Yo-kai Watch in 2016. The announcement was made during the Level 5 Vision 2015 event today, as reported by Siliconera. The 3DS game will come first to North America and then be rolled out in other territories worldwide on a month by month basis, completing ...

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The Final Fantasy XV Boys’ Club: Is It a Problem?


There’s been a lot of discussion and debate recently about the treatment of female gamers within the community as well as female characters within the games themselves. There’s not necessarily a total lack of developed, interesting, realistic female characters (see: Chell, Lara Croft, Hope), but there’s certainly a disparity between the numbers of those and the numbers of developed, interesting, ...

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Batman: Arkham Knight Special-Edition PS4 Bundle Detailed

Batman: Arkham Knight PS4

Sony Computer Entertainment and Warner Bros. have given the details of a Limited Edition PlayStation 4 bundle for their upcoming game Batman: Arkham Knight. The package will contain a steel grey PS4 with a Batman silhouette across the top. There will also be a matching grey DualShock 4 and, of course, the game itself. The bundle will cost $449.99. For ...

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Without Zelda, What’s Left for the Wii U This Year?

Zelda Wii U

Nintendo’s console has been struggling to stay relevant for a few years now. Particularly with the release of Sony and Microsoft’s next-gen PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, the Wii U has simply become less and less appealing. The console has trouble scoring any exclusive releases and is instead often cut out of games coming out on both the fellow competing systems. ...

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Square Enix Wants Feedback on FFXV Episode Duscae


In a survey now available in Europe and North America, Square Enix is asking for feedback about their Final Fantasy XV Episode Duscae demo that came packed along with Final Fantasy Type-0 HD. The game will not be finished until sometime next year with the demo serving as something to tide fans over until the release. Considering Final Fantasy XV ...

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Atlus Shows ‘Fate’ Trailer for Devil Survivor 2: Record Breaker

Atlus has revealed a new trailer for their upcoming game Devil Survivor 2: Record Breaker.  The 3DS game is a remake of the original Devil Survivor 2 which was released on the Nintendo DS in 2011. The upgrade will enhance visuals and popular mechanics from the original game such as the “Fate System” which was detailed in this latest trailer. The Fate System ...

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BioWare Gives a Peek Behind-the-Scenes of New Mass Effect

BioWare Mass Effect

In a Tweet yesterday, BioWare cinematic director Ken Thain gave a small glimpse into the making of the next Mass Effect game. Thain shared a photo showing the motion capture work and confirming that progress is well underway at TheCaptureLab in Vancouver, Canada. This will be for the fourth main game in the Mass Effect franchise- however, it will not ...

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Beyond Half-Life: 4 Great Games That Might Actually Get Sequels

game sequels

Gabe Newell, co-founder of Valve, recently spoke in a podcast about the possible future of their old classic franchises- Half-Life and Left 4 Dead if you need a reminder. Fans have been begging for new installments in these series for seemingly forever. Newell offered a completely noncommittal response, in keeping with Valve’s attitude towards the rumors about Half-Life 3 or Left 4 Dead 3. ...

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Square Enix Details the Future of Final Fantasy XI

Final Fantasy XI Online

As detailed by Gematsu, Square Enix has a lot of plans for its fourteen year old MMORPG Final Fantasy XI. The three initiatives together take the name of the Vana’diel Project, named for the fantasy world of the game. With this project, Square Enix hopes to expand and build upon the story and scenarios of Final Fantasy XI in order ...

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