Old-school RPG Tower of Time will leave Early Access in April

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Old-school RPG Tower of Time will leave Early Access in April

Tower of Time, a "new take on classic RPGs" about a shattered land, a mysterious tower, and a gang of champions who decide to venture inside and see what's cooking, was expected to trade Early Access for full release by the end of 2017. A quick trip to Steam will reveal that it did not happen. It will (hopefully) happen soon, however, as developer Event Horizon now says that it will be ready for release in April. 

Overwatch League pro suspended for homophobic insult against opponent

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Overwatch League pro suspended for homophobic insult against opponent

Overwatch pro Félix “xQc” Lengyel of the Dallas Fuel has been suspended from the Overwatch League in the wake of a homophobic insult directed at Austin “Muma” Wilmot that came shortly after Wilmot's Houston Outlaws swept the Fuel 4-0 on Thursday. As reported by Kotaku, Wilmot used the line "rolled and smoked" during the OWL stream, a crack that Lengyel is known for, which led Lengyel—who didn't play in the match—to react angrily in a post-match stream

Final Fantasy 14's next update brings back Kefka, one of the series' best villains

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Final Fantasy 14's next update brings back Kefka, one of the series' best villains

Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy 14: Stormblood's 4.2 update will be arriving January 30, and it's bringing some heavy nostalgia with it. Fans of the MMO will know what to expect by now as the update, titled Rise of a New Sun, brings the usual host of a new raid wing, dungeons, and smaller features. But it's the special tease at the end of the trailer that's really exciting: Kefka, the maniac wizard from Final Fantasy 6, is back.

Symmetry is a 'survival management' game about a crashed spaceship and an alien horror

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Symmetry is a 'survival management' game about a crashed spaceship and an alien horror

The trouble with deep space exploration is that it's awfully easy for the people doing it to die. That, simplistically, is the situation in the retro-future sci-fi survival management sim Symmetry, which publisher IMGN Pro announced today will be released on February 20: Your research vessel has crash-landed on a desolate planet, and now you have to get as much of the crew as you can back home.