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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.

Steam Now Offering Refunds to EU Customers- With a Catch

Valve Steam

A new addition has recently been inserted into the Steam Subscriber Agreement pertaining to EU subscribers of the company.  The new policy allows for a no questions asked refund for digitally purchased goods and games bought from Steam for up to fourteen days after the original purchase. However, EU customers should make sure to take note of the catch. The ...

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Square Enix Teases Surprise JRPG for Consoles

Square Enix JRPG

In an interview with Japanese magazine Nikkei Trendy and translated by Siliconera, Square Enix president Yosuke Matsuda threw some light on what fans can expect for the coming year and the company’s presentation at E3 2015. Matsuda described his ambition for 2015 to be a “box of surprise” with a lot of new offerings from both the Japanese and western studios. One ...

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Langrisser Revival Gets a Release Date

Langrisser Reincarnation

The new Langrisser for the 3DS has been given a subtitle and a release date, as reported on by Gematsu. The tactical RPG will be hitting shelves in Japan in the middle of July this year under the name Langrisser: Re:Incarcantion Tensei (which apparently literally translates to Langrisser: Re:Incarnation Reincarnation). It has been fifteen years since the last installment in the series ...

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Capcom Releases First Dragon’s Dogma Online Gameplay Footage

Dragon's Dogma Online free-to-play

Capcom has released a first look at the gameplay in their upcoming game Dragon’s Dogma Online, as reported by Gematsu. The seven minute long video was released at the Dengeki Bunko Spring Festival in Akihabara, Japan. In addition to giving a nice inside look at the world, the event also revealed some more details. Up to 100 players can join ...

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Naughty Dog Delays Uncharted 4 to Spring 2016


In a statement on the PlayStation Blog, Bruce Straley and Neil Druckmann, the directors of the highly anticipated game from Naughty Dog Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, have announced that the game’s release date is being pushed back to the spring of 2016. The two explained that, since the first gameplay trailer was revealed, the story and mechanics have become ...

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CyberConnect2 Has Three Next-Gen Titles in Development

CyberConnect2 games

CyberConnect2, known for their .hack franchise as well as a series of fighting games based in the Naruto universe, has announced in an interview with Famitsu magazine that they currently have three new titles in development for next-gen consoles, as reported by Gematsu. The company had previously teased this “new challenge” in an advertisement in Famitsu last week for recruiting ...

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DC Universe MOBA Infinite Crisis Gets Official Launch This Month

DC Universe Infinite Crisis

As reported by Game Informer, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has announced today that Infinite Crisis, the free-to-play mutli-player online battle arena (MOBA) set in the DC Universe, will officially release later this month on March 26. The game has been in development since 2011 with the beta starting in 2013. It is still in open beta right now. Executive producer ...

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3D Realms Releases Debut Gameplay Trailer for Bombshell

Bombshell game

The action RPG Bombshell was first announced to be in development by 3D Realms and Interceptor Entertainment in May of last year.  Today, however, the developers released some specific details about the game alongside a new trailer that shows both some cutscenes and some gameplay. The player assumes the role of Shelley “Bombshell” Harrison, who is a former bomb technician who ...

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Unreal Engine 4 Is Now Free to Use

Unreal Engine 4

In a post on the official Unreal blog, Epic Games revealed that Unreal Engine 4 is available to everyone for free, now and for all future updates as well. The only charge taken only comes after you ship a game or application, where a 5% royalty remains in place on gross revenue after the first $3,000 per product, per quarter.  As co-founder ...

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