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Japanese action role-playing game Drakengard 3 will be slashing its way to EU on 21st May, with NA getting it a day earlier.
Sadly, PAL regions are getting shafted on a physical copy and it’ll only be available digitally. NA however will receive a physical version and a collector’s edition with many goodies.
Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII has Lightning dressing up as many well loved characters, and the next in line is Lara Croft.
With the Definitive Version of Tomb Raider recently released, and Lightning Returns releasing next week, there’s no better time to have a crossover of two popular female icons.
If you’re lucky enough to live in NA, then you’ll be able to play the demo for Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII later today when the store updates.
Unfortunately, those in the EU will need to wait until tomorrow.
Naughty Dog announced earlier today, after many leaked reports, that Left Behind will be hitting PSN on 14th February in NA, which is also Valentine’s Day. EU will presumably get it the day after when the store updates.
Mojang has confirmed that Minecraft will finally come to PS3 this week. Fans have waited a long time, and although news has been scarce, you can now rejoice and play it on the 17th and 18th December in NA and EU respectively.
Namco Bandai has announced that Tales of Zestiria, the next core game in the Tales series, will release next year in JP and will celebrate the series’ 20th anniversary.
Square Enix has announced that upcoming JRPG Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII will get the collector’s edition treatment, like the previous installments have done.
Earlier today, publisher Tecmo Koie released the opening cinematic for upcoming JRPG Atelier Escha & Logy: Alchemists of Dusk Sky, a sequel to Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk.
Battlefield 4 is ready for you. The question is – are you ready for it?!
With vehicles and aircraft of every conceivable type at your disposal, from jet fighters to jetskis, and a huge array of weapons at hand, Battlefield 4 takes everything you ever loved about the franchise and turns it up to 11.
Atlus revealed a new trailer for Persona 4 Arena: The Ultimate Ultra Suplex Hold, alongside plenty of other Persona news, confirming that it will be coming to PS3 next year.
Following the announcement of Persona 4: Dancing All Night and the PS3 announcement of Persona 4 Arena: The Ultimax Ultra Suplex Hold earlier today, Atlus has revealed the long anticipated Persona 5.
Lighting Returns: Final Fantasy XIII released today in Japan and we can admit to maybe shedding a tear or two. Metaphorically.
But in good news, you’ll now be able to pick between the English and Japanese voice-overs when it arrives overseas, pleasing those who aren’t fans of the English dub, although we can’t understand what’s not to love with Ali Hillis and Troy Baker.
Square Enix has released a new trailer for Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster, as it’s now seemingly officially dubbed, which features massive spoilers. You have been warned.
Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII releases in Japan next week, and Square Enix has released a new, brief TV spot showcasing a Lightning lookalike.
We’re sure we know some people who would love for her to be real!
Telltale Games has released the first trailer for the upcoming The Walking Dead: Season 2. You’ll be playing as Clementine as she fights to survive and as she copes with the events of the first game.
Namco Bandai has announced that Tales of Symphonia Chronicles, featuring both Tales of Symphonia and it’s sequel Dawn of the New World remastered in HD, will be released in Europe early next year alongside a collector’s edition.
Tales of Xillia released earlier this year and, shortly after it released, Namco Bandai announced that the sequel will also be coming overseas.
We may have to wait until 2014 but in the meantime, they’ve released a gorgeous animated trailer to whet everybody’s appetites.
With Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX freshly out the door, fans were left wondering when they would be able to continue Sora’s adventures.
Fortunately, Square Enix has come out to confirm that there you’ll be seeing more of the Final Fantasy and Disney mash-up next year.
Square Enix has announced that the highly-anticipated HD remasters of Final Fantasy X and X-2 will reach Japan on 26th December, 2012.
Sadly, there’s no mention of when it will hit EU or NA, but it’s safe to assume we’ll be waiting until next year.