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5 Upcoming Games To Try On The New Samsung Galaxy

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These days, it doesn’t take a whole lot to get the smartphone community buzzing. Whether it’s the release of a new phone, rumors of such a release, or even a new trending app, any bit of news winds up in headlines all across the Internet. But in February, smartphone lovers received some of the most exciting news in several months:

Square Enix Says No to Live-Action Fan Series

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Final Fantasy VII fans may be disappointed if they were looking forward to the live-action series project on kickstarter (Tomodom’s original article regarding the project can be found here). As of this morning, the kickstarter page has been taken down, replaced with a notation that the project is the subject of an intellectual property dispute and a link […]

Review: Video Games Live!

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A blend of traditional medium with a 21rst century compsition, Pacific Symphony’s collaboration with Video Games Live doesn’t disappoint.

Deus Ex: The Fall Release Date

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Not too long ago, Eidos Montreal mentioned that Dues Ex: The Fall would be coming to the mobile platform. Today, media outlets reported that Square Enix revealed the release date for Dues Ex: The Fall to be July 11th: this Thursday. It will be available to play on the iPhone 4S, iPod Touch 5, iPad […]

Age of Empires To Be Released for Mobile

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Mobile gamers may have the opportunity to partake in the glory of the Age of Empires legendary RTS. Through a licensing deal with Japan’s KLab Inc, Microsoft plans to introduce this legendary strategy game to the iOS and Android platforms. At a later date and in multiple languages, Age of Empires will be release for […]

Tetsuya Nomura talks Kingdom Hearts III

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Eleven years after the release of Kingdom Hearts, Square Enix announced that the final game of the series, Kingdom Hearts III, was finally in production during E3. Fans scrambled to find information detailing the long-awaited game, but beyond learning platform capability (PlayStation 4 and Xbox One), Square Enix has been tight lipped.

The newest issue of Famitsu Weekly (7/4) comes out today and features a new interview with series director, Tetsuya Nomura.