Final Fantasy VII Remake has not been confirmed for Xbox, Monolith Soft has had a bumper year, and Dragon Quest IX devs talk about a possible remake in the news of the week!
Switch’s security has been blown wide open, Labo flops in Japan, and a Dragon Quest director has left Square Enix in the news of the week!
Being the fruity paradox that he is, Ethos has decided to disagree with himself and talk about all the things that he likes about replaying a game, even if only for a few hours.
Microsoft kills off a Silent Hill HD patch with their money grubbing, Dragon Quest X launches to less than expected sales figures, and Konami provides free game recompense (with strings) in this week’s highly conditional news fine print.
Square Enix’s Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker 2 is released on the Nintendo DS with features like, trading and battling over local and Wi-Fi connection, downloadable missions, and synthesizing monsters.
Dragon Quest X reemerges this week as a subscription based MMORPG for the Nintendo Wii and Wii U consoles. The Wii version is to see release in 2012.
Lane’s mouth has almost healed, but his crabbiness has increased.
Lusipurr is depressed, and who can blame him? Forced to babysit Nate Liles once a week for several hours, he contemplates other paths his life might have taken: astronaut, president, Pope. Oh well, he’ll just have to settle for internet celebrity instead.
Kotaku, that benighted oracle of all things game, has given to us a prophesy concerning the big RPGs of E3. Prophecy is, of course, a staple of RPG storytelling. If those trope-filled monstrosities are to be believed, every orphaned farmboy, scullion, and hard-nosed street kid is the subject of an ancient prophecy (never a recent […]
Lusipurr, Nate Liles, and Virginia Herrell discuss all things Twilight-related, with special attention to the relationship of Edward Cullen (vampire) and Isabella Swan (emo girl). Listen for all the sparkly details!