Get Another Look At World Of Final Fantasy And Check Out The Collector’s Edition

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Get Another Look At World Of Final Fantasy And Check Out The Collector’s Edition

World of Final Fantasy blends the big-head chibi look of the original installments with the expressive Kingdom Hearts art style. All of this takes place in the pop-up book world of Grymoire.

A trailer introduces us to the world and our two protagonists. Throughout their adventure in classic Final Fantasy settings, they’ll encounter classic summons, meet past series protagonists, and capture the franchise’s iconic monsters.

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New Trailer Showcases The Game's In Space And On Foot Combat

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New Trailer Showcases The Game's In Space And On Foot Combat

Hello Games is halfway through a multi-part video series that seeks to answer its game's big questions. The latest shows off the game's combat.

The previous video, Explore, showed off – you guessed it – the game's exploration. You can find it here. The video below, Fight, shows off the game's combat, both on the surface of many planets, and out in space.

No Man's Sky comes out on August 9 for PlayStation 4 and PC.

Watch Madden Rookies Complain About Their Ratings

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It's an annual rite like being hazed in training camp: EA Sports has released the ratings for some of this year's notable rookies, and the reality can be harsh. Welcome to the NFL, rookies.

Big-name rookies like 1st overall pick and Rams' QB Jared Goff fall for the age-old setup: Tell us what you think you're rated, and we'll give you the real numbers. The results are humbling.

On the flipside, EA has posted its list of the top 10-rated rookies on its EA's official blog, and it's not exactly the draft order from earlier this year.

Livestream And Trailer Show Off New Ride For Your Guardian

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Today's live stream of Destiny: Rise of Iron did not reveal much about the story or new environments featured in the upcoming expansion, but did show some new weapons and vehicles. The infamous Gjallahorn will be getting a new skin and the Sparrow will be getting a makeover themed around the weapon as well.

As revealed in a short trailer, players who pre-order the upcoming Rise of Iron expansion will be able to claim an Iron Gjallahorn weapon and a an Iron Gjallarwing Sparrow. You can check out these black-and-silver winged goodies for yourself below.

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The Sequel To 2007's Pac-Man Championship Edition

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Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 was announced by Bandai Namco today. It will be released in September.The follow-up to Pac-Man Championship Edition, released in 2007, this digital-only game will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The game will be on the show-floor at San Diego Comic Con, which stars tomorrow, at booth 129. You can check out the first trailer for the game down below.

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For more Pac-Man, check out our review of Pac-Man Museum, released in 2014. 

New Gameplay Footage Focuses On Campaign And Brutal Combat

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Microsoft released a snippet of gameplay footage from Gears of War 4 today that shows off protagonist JD and his pals, Kait and Del, as they fight across the surface of Sera. Observant viewers and series fans will also recognize a familiar voice.

You can watch the whole thing right here:

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Atlus Shows Off First 18 Minutes

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Yesterday, Atlus hosted a live stream where the publisher drop a heavy amount of information about its upcoming JRPG, including footage of the first 18 minutes of the game in action. For those unafraid of spoilers or a lack of English audio and subtitles You can watch the whole thing right here:

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Be sure to check out our E3 impressions of the game here.

Dragon Quest Builders' Day One Edition Includes Special Recipes

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Square Enix has revealed that its town-building game Dragon Quest Builders is getting a day-one edition, which includes three special recipes that players can use in the game's free-build mode. Since it's a Dragon Quest game, of course one of them is slime-related.

In Dragon Quest Builders, players explore the world of Alefgard, building up a town and creating their own designs. If you build well enough, NPCs will come to set up shop in your community, giving you quests and other incentives to further explore the world.

The game's day-one edition includes a voucher, which can be redeemed to unlock slimy blocks, gold blocks, and springtime sprinkles recipes. It's set for a physical release October 11 on PS4 and will also be available for download on Vita.

Developer Diary Puts Game Development Tools In The Hands Of The Player

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Developer Diary Puts Game Development Tools In The Hands Of The Player

Dreams is an upcoming sandbox game by Media Molecule (LittleBigPlanet series) that puts interesting creative tools in the hands of players. By controlling an imp, you create in-game items and possess characters as you travel from dream to dream though gateways. Or you can make dreams from scratch that are entirely your own. A new developer diary from Media Molecule (using alpha-quality gameplay) takes a lengthy look into how Dreams is shaping up, showing what players can do in this virtual work-space.

It opens with a time-lapse video demonstrating artists using the in-game tools to craft some impressive pieces, including a massive robot surrounded by rubble and moss, and a sculpture of Sony's Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida, who guest stars in the video. The artists use two PlayStation Move controllers like extensions of their own hands, manipulating matter on screen to make sculptures and twisting the remotes to change their focus.      

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Topics Included In New Video Series Aim To Please Hardcore Fans

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Topics Included In New Video Series Aim To Please Hardcore Fans

With the launch of Titanfall 2 only a few months away, Respawn Entertainment is slowly pulling back the curtain on the sequel to their mech-based FPS. Drew McCoy, the game's producer, has released a video that is the first in a series offering a deep look at the thought processes behind Titanfall 2.

McCoy mentions that the development process of Titanfall 2 is nearing its end, and that these videos will share the lessons the team has learned as well as new information on the game's servers, matchmaking, and progressions systems. One of the key points he brings up is the challenge of including a single-player mode in the sequel, after Titanfall was a multiplayer-only game. Watch for yourself below.

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