Final Fantasy song DLC ended a few months ago. However DLC hasn’t completely ended. Tracks BRAVELY DEFAULT, SaGa Frontier, Romancing SaGa 1 & 2, Secret of Mana and Chrono Trigger have been added as DLC for the game.
This is exciting news because Squaresoft/Square-Enix has a fairly deep library of JRPG’s under their belt. If Square is known for anything else it’s their music. Now all Sqaure-Enix needs to do is add a preview function to their DLC store because I can tell you right now that I don’t know what a lot of these songs sound like.
Another gameplay trailer for Final Fantasy XV has emerged. While it doesn’t show off too much the gameplay does give off a Kingdom Hearts vibe. It’s not the same level of over the top action later Kingdom Hearts games had but real-time combat is something that I’ve been waiting for since Final Fantasy XII when it introduced open world gameplay. Not having a battle screen in combination of with having huge monsters roaming like we’ve seen in Final Fantasy XIII on Gran Pulse is exciting; If the game focuses a lot of field combat like Xenoblade Chronicles then we can have a very fun action game with the potential of a lot of exploration.
Final Fantasy XV is still in early development for the PS4 and the Xbox One.
The great yet overlooked Devil May Cry Reboot is having a second chances on the next-gen consoles. DmC Definitive Edition will come with all the DLC from the game plus several new modes and gameplay adjustments.
At the end of the trailer there was a brief announcement of Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition. Not much was shown other than the title but Vergil was the one to make the announcement. This will probably be reminiscent of Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition where Vergil was added as a new playable character.
Exciting stuff for Devil May Cry fans and great action games for gamers looking for alternative game on their consoles that aren’t shooters. DmC Definitive edition is set for release March 17, 2015 and Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition is slated for Summer 2015.
The next spin-off to the Person series isn’t another fighting game or a remake to the older games but it’s a new RPG. Reintroducing the full teams from Persona 3 and 4, we get a brand new dungeon crawling RPG adventure.
The Lego games have been moving franchise to franchise making a lot of entertaining games for fans of the respective series and for gamers a like. Instead of talking about one of their full games, I got the chance to play the handheld version. It’s a stripped down version of the main games but does this handheld experience hold up?
Written by Twisted Ideas Originally released on the 3DS eShop and eventually steam in 2013 SteamWorld Dig eventually found a new home on the PS Vita and PS4 and more recently the Wii U. SteamWorld Dig is about a robotic mining robot in the wild west. He’s dig into the mines of Tumbletown to discover its secrets while fighting creatures and avoiding traps that may lurk in the depths. Is SteamWorld Dig a buried treasure? Continue reading →
I’ve been doing weekly bargain been reviews consistently over the past few months. They have been fun to write and fun going back and see why these games were so memorable. Starting next week, I’ll be taking a hiatus on Bargain Bin Reviews. I’ve been busier lately, I’m taking a vacation at the end of the year and there are a lot of game that I’ve been getting in the holiday video game rush. Bargain Bin Reviews take up time that I could use to write reviews on current games or even an article or two. I plan to start them again in January so expect to hear about some more over looked gems in the upcoming year.