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Why The Most Recent Tales Game Is Taking So Long

Between 2002 and 2012, Bandai Namco released a mainline Tales game almost every year, save for 2006 and 2010. After 2012, there was a two-year gap before Tales of Zestiria. The following year, Namco Bandai released Tales of Berseria. But since then, there hasn’t been another Tales game. The next one, Tales of Arise,…Read more… Continue […]

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Why The Most Recent Tales Game Is Taking So Long

Between 2002 and 2012, Bandai Namco released a mainline Tales game almost every year, save for 2006 and 2010. After 2012, there was a two-year gap before Tales of Zestiria. The following year, Namco Bandai released Tales of Berseria. But since then, there hasn’t been another Tales game. The next one, Tales of Arise,…Read more… Continue […]

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Junior High School Student Wins $46,000 Game Tournament, Doesn’t Get Any Money

During the Tokyo Game Show, legendary Street Fighter player Momochi forfeited tens of thousands of dollars in prize money because he doesn’t have a pro-gaming license in Japan. He wasn’t the only one who lost out on money. The winner of the Puzzle & Dragons tournament did, too.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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I Can’t Stop Looking at These Perfect Final Fantasy VII Figures

We live in a truly incredible time for action figures—whether you’re wanting to spend a couple hundred bucks or even just twenty, you can get well articulated, highly detailed recreations of some of your favourite characters from all sorts of shows, movies, comics, and games. But it means we also get this: amazingly…Read more… Continue […]

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I Can’t Stop Looking at These Perfect Final Fantasy VII Figures

We live in a truly incredible time for action figures—whether you’re wanting to spend a couple hundred bucks or even just twenty, you can get well articulated, highly detailed recreations of some of your favourite characters from all sorts of shows, movies, comics, and games. But it means we also get this: amazingly…Read more… Continue […]

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Final Fantasy VII Remake Seems Popular At The Tokyo Game Show

In what should surprise absolutely no one, Final Fantasy VII Remake is drawing long lines at the Tokyo Game Show. I think people in Japan might be excited about this game. Call it a hunch!Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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The New Resident Evil Is Good (So Far)

I’ll be honest. When Project Resistance was announced, I was skeptical. A mutliplayer Resident Evil? Surely, that cannot work, I thought. At the Tokyo Game Show, I got hands-on with Project Resistance, and from what I played, I realized that, yes, yes it can.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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