Assassin's Creed Odyssey Has Gone Gold

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Assassin's Creed Odyssey Has Gone Gold

Ubisoft has announced today that Assassin's Creed Odyssey, the next and first game in the Assassin's Creed series, has gone gold. This means that the game's master disc has been produced and it is ready to go into production to be pressed onto a retail disc near you.

#AssassinsCreedOdyssey has gone gold!!

Assassin's Creed Odyssey Has Gone Gold

about X hours ago from
Assassin's Creed Odyssey Has Gone Gold

Ubisoft has announced today that Assassin's Creed Odyssey, the next and first game in the Assassin's Creed series, has gone gold. This means that the game's master disc has been produced and it is ready to go into production to be pressed onto a retail disc near you.

#AssassinsCreedOdyssey has gone gold!!

Rhythm Game Groove Coaster Announces Undertale Collaboration

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Rhythm Game Groove Coaster Announces Undertale Collaboration

Groove Coaster, a rhythm game for PC, mobile, and arcade platforms, has announced a collaboration with indie RPG Undertale. This is noteworthy because Undertale's music is awesome. You can find a short teaser trailer for the collaboration below.

Groove Coaster is licensed by Taito, which means it is published by Square Enix. The track-based rhythm game tends to focus on Japanese music like J-Rock, J-Pop, and game music. Presumably a collaboration between the game and Undertale includes more than just including Undertale tracks, but it remains to be seen exactly what it will entail.

The DLC will land in October. Until then, you just have to fill yourself with determination.

Rhythm Game Groove Coaster Announces Undertale Collaboration

about X hours ago from
Rhythm Game Groove Coaster Announces Undertale Collaboration

Groove Coaster, a rhythm game for PC, mobile, and arcade platforms, has announced a collaboration with indie RPG Undertale. This is noteworthy because Undertale's music is awesome. You can find a short teaser trailer for the collaboration below.

Groove Coaster is licensed by Taito, which means it is published by Square Enix. The track-based rhythm game tends to focus on Japanese music like J-Rock, J-Pop, and game music. Presumably a collaboration between the game and Undertale includes more than just including Undertale tracks, but it remains to be seen exactly what it will entail.

The DLC will land in October. Until then, you just have to fill yourself with determination.

Fortnite On Switch Won't Require A Subscription To Play

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Fortnite On Switch Won't Require A Subscription To Play

In further news of the Nintendo online subscription service going live soon, Epic has revealed that Fortnite will not require the paid subscription to play. 

In their official FAQ for the online service, Nintendo included a note that there are exceptions for the online play cost. While there weren't a lot of specifics, Fortnite got called out as an example of a game that remains free.

“Some games, such as Fortnite, can be played online without a Nintendo Switch membership,” the FAQ reads.

Fortnite On Switch Won't Require A Subscription To Play

about X hours ago from
Fortnite On Switch Won't Require A Subscription To Play

In further news of the Nintendo online subscription service going live soon, Epic has revealed that Fortnite will not require the paid subscription to play. 

In their official FAQ for the online service, Nintendo included a note that there are exceptions for the online play cost. While there weren't a lot of specifics, Fortnite got called out as an example of a game that remains free.

“Some games, such as Fortnite, can be played online without a Nintendo Switch membership,” the FAQ reads.

Final Fantasy VII, IX, X, X-2, XII, Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon, And World Of Final Fantasy Are Coming To Switch And Xbox One In 2019

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Final Fantasy VII, IX, X, X-2, XII, Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon, And World Of Final Fantasy Are Coming To Switch And Xbox One In 2019

Update: Microsoft has also revealed that these games (with the exception of Crystal Chronicles) are coming to Xbox One, as well. The time frames will be similar to the Switch.

Many legendary #FinalFantasy titles are coming soon to #XboxOne over the coming months. Full details here on Xbox Wire. https://t.co/b4QXrPgNcN

The original story is as follows:

Final Fantasy VII, IX, X, X-2, XII, Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon, And World Of Final Fantasy Are Coming To Switch And Xbox One In 2019

about X hours ago from
Final Fantasy VII, IX, X, X-2, XII, Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon, And World Of Final Fantasy Are Coming To Switch And Xbox One In 2019

Update: Microsoft has also revealed that these games (with the exception of Crystal Chronicles) are coming to Xbox One, as well. The time frames will be similar to the Switch.

Many legendary #FinalFantasy titles are coming soon to #XboxOne over the coming months. Full details here on Xbox Wire. https://t.co/b4QXrPgNcN

The original story is as follows:

Cloud Saves On Switch May Disappear Without Active Subscription

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Cloud Saves On Switch May Disappear Without Active Subscription

With the Nintendo Switch online details being released yesterday and the impending launch making your previously-free online games now incur a cost, the smaller but pertinent details about the service are now coming out. As part of Nintendo's FAQ concerning cloud saves, the save data backup for the Switch, Nintendo mentions that cloud saves are seemingly not retained if you don't have an active subscription.

"Save data stored via the Save Data Cloud backup is available for as long as you have an active Nintendo Switch Online membership," the FAQ reads. "Classic games in the NES – Nintendo Switch Online collection and the save data for those games will not be removed unless the user chooses to do so manually. These items are stored locally on the Nintendo Switch system but cannot be accessed without an active Nintendo Switch Online membership."

The implication, at least, is that the saves disappear if you are not subscribed. Nintendo has commented on requests for clarification by stating they have nothing to announce at this time.

Cloud Saves On Switch May Disappear Without Active Subscription

about X hours ago from
Cloud Saves On Switch May Disappear Without Active Subscription

With the Nintendo Switch online details being released yesterday and the impending launch making your previously-free online games now incur a cost, the smaller but pertinent details about the service are now coming out. As part of Nintendo's FAQ concerning cloud saves, the save data backup for the Switch, Nintendo mentions that cloud saves are seemingly not retained if you don't have an active subscription.

"Save data stored via the Save Data Cloud backup is available for as long as you have an active Nintendo Switch Online membership," the FAQ reads. "Classic games in the NES – Nintendo Switch Online collection and the save data for those games will not be removed unless the user chooses to do so manually. These items are stored locally on the Nintendo Switch system but cannot be accessed without an active Nintendo Switch Online membership."

The implication, at least, is that the saves disappear if you are not subscribed. Nintendo has commented on requests for clarification by stating they have nothing to announce at this time.