I should be far more excited for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 than I actually am. It’s the first comic book movie since 2014 that I’m genuinely excited to see, but as we inch ever close to release, I’m worried about the amount of information getting out there. While no plot spoilers have been revealed,
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Bravely Second: End Layer is the sequel to Silicon Studio’s Bravely Default: Where the Fairy Flies. I took notice of the first game because of the stunning visuals in the artwork, trailers and initial screenshots. Once I actually got a hold of it, I fell in love with its gameplay above every other aspect, with its innovative take on
Over the past couple of years Square Enix have been flexing their muscle as both a publisher and developer, delivering top content from all corners of the globe including Japan, Canada and more. At E3 2015, things heat up as the publisher took to the stage in their own press conference for the third time
The Bravely Second demo dropped on the Japanese eShop this week. Being a huge fan of Bravely Default, and in possession of a Japanese 3DS, I decided to give the demo a try and see how it compares to the first game.
With the 2014 Tokyo Game Show set to start later this month, Sony once again held a press conference to show off some significant software and hardware updates for the Asia region. For those who didn’t catch the stream, here are the highlights from the two hour presentation.
In a bid to take advantage of the growing popularity of crowdfunding services such as Kickstarter, Square-Enix have announced a brand new “curated platform” known as “Collective”. Taking plenty of cues from Steam Greenlight and even forging a partnership with IndieGoGo, Collective aims to change the growing insanity that is AAA game development.
Hours before the Sony Computer Entertainement Japan/Asia pre-Tokyo Game Show conference, it was easy to assume that this would be what we’ve come to expect from anything regarding TGS in recent years – a bunch of announcement solely dedicated to the Asian market, and nothing at all to gleam for us westerners. The one bit
Square Enix is providing Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn players a seven-day extension to their current free play time. The recently relaunched MMO has faced a number of server congestion issues since launching last week, with many players (including several on NG+) unable to log in due to server capacity issues. Players who have