Final Fantasy XV continues to be worked on. The latest update to land for this month is a mostly a minor one, an addition of one new recipe: “stinky tofu” (thank the survey answers from players of Taiwan for this), leaderboards for the Timed Quests, a new snapshot winner added into the game and various bug fixes. Additionally, a new outfit for Noctis will appear seperately on the Playstaion Store on May 30, pictured above.
The most peculiar of additions in the update however is a survey located in the Special section of the main menu. It simply asks you what sort of future content you are looking forward to, with high votes to be considered for future [...]
Well this is a shame. In the latest financial report Japan-based publisher Square Enix decided to part ways with the Danish company Io Interactive, famous for Hitman, Kane & Lynch as well as cult hit Freedom Fighters.
In the press release, Square Enix announced that the company has recorded net gains this year with titles such as Final Fantasy XV and the PS4 version of Rise Of The Tomb Raider being the main contributors for game sales.
Despite the net profit, Square Enix is still going to let go of Io. Another paragraph from another press release states this:
“As a result of this the Company started discussions with potential new investors and is currently in [...]
The upcoming remaster of the greatly underrated Final Fantasy XII is on track for its July release. It will be the first time for players outside Japan to try out the new job systems introduced in Final Fantasy XII International. The change to specific jobs for each character is a response to the ill-received License Board character progression that was way too open-ended resulting in players easily make not optimal character builds. The job system enables each character to have specific License Boards that is optimise for a specific character build, but also closes opportunities for hybrid builds.
Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age will add one more neat trick to job system by [...]
After a torturous wait, NieR Automata is now available to purchase on our local Steam Storefront for a hefty price of RM 249, just like the price when the game first release! YAY!
So the price,I get that the publisher and/or developer wanting to break even with the pricing and all but it is quite expensive considering that a new DLC is coming next week. Anyway, the game is now available to buy now, so you don’t need to find a third party key.
You can view/buy the game here: http://store.steampowered.com/app/524220/NieRAutomata/
Before we get into this, two things: one, Life is strange is free for PSPlus members, go download it. Next, the following article is going to go into a lot of spoiler territory. If you love the Americanized Visual Novel experience, you might wanna give this article a miss until you’ve played Life is Strange.
So, I’ve just finished Life is Strange. Life is Strange is one of many of what I’m told count as “Visual Novels”, but due to the fact they actually have gameplay elements I’m just going to call them Chooseys. They’re like visual novels, but usually consist of cutscenes strung together by third-person running around in [...]
At the time of writing, it’s now the 25th of April, 2017. Only five more days till the end of April and a week until the release of the latest DLC, 3C3C1D119440927, for PS4 and PC. And yet, we in South East Asia, Hong Kong and even South Korea haven’t seen any update on whether NieR Automata is going to be available on our Steam storefront anytime soon.
The question that is on everyone’s mind is simple:
Is it because of Piracy? Maybe. The folks at 3DM could crack DRM fast if they can find an exploit. But punishing all the other countries simply for that [...]