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Final Fantasy XV gets an anime spinoff, movie, new trailer

Final Fantasy XV gets an anime spinoff, movie, new trailer

Final Fantasy XV is a big, nay a huge, thing for Square Enix. It is the biggest non-MMORPG installment of the game since "Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII" in 2013 (which, to be precise, is simply a sequel to the 2009 Final Fantasy XIII). It will also be a major departure from previous titles in terms of gameplay and combat. You know that it's really a big deal for the company when, in addition to announcing the launch date and a new trailer with a poignant cover, Square Enix is revealing a whole "universe" around it, including a prequel anime series, a full-length CG film, and even a mobile game spinoff.

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More details reveal that Call of Duty 2016 will feature space, sci-fi theme

More details reveal that Call of Duty 2016 will feature space, sci-fi theme

Back in February we reported that the release of Activision's latest quarterly financial report teased "a new innovative Call of Duty title" for release later this year from developer Infinity Ward, along with the speculation that it may feature a space setting — a bit of a departure for the military-themed FPS game. That theory seems to be gaining traction, as new details have emerged that this year's Call of Duty will take place in a far future space setting, complete with sci-fi elements.

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Razer Ripsaw is a game capture card for ALL your devices

Razer Ripsaw is a game capture card for ALL your devices

Well, MOST of your devices, that is to say, will be able to stream content through the Razer Ripsaw. This is a game capture device - a box with ports - that is made to work with your PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, or Nintendo Wii U. You can also use the box to stream content from a Razer Forge TV or an older console - like the PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360. Razer Ripsaw has component cables for the whole lot in the box.

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PlayStation VR may come to PC one day, says Sony

PlayStation VR may come to PC one day, says Sony

When Sony announced the price of the PlayStation VR headset, many people got pretty excited. Even when you factor in the cost of the Move controllers and camera, it still comes out to be the cheapest of the non-mobile VR headsets. Of course, you'll be tied to the PlayStation 4, for now.

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Sources: PlayStation 4.5 will be announced before October

Sources: PlayStation 4.5 will be announced before October

Earlier this month, reports began surfacing about a “PlayStation 4.5” model that, among other things, would bring support for 4k-resolution games. Sony didn't confirm any of the rumors, but developers began cropping up saying they'd been briefed about the rumored console during GDC. Now a new group of sources have cropped up with additional details, among them being word that Sony will officially announce the PS4.5 before October.

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Doom’s playable demons, super weapons revealed

Doom’s playable demons, super weapons revealed

As the May 13th release of the new Doom draws near, developer Id Software continues to reveal more details on the game's modern multiplayer features. Last week we were given a brief tour of the modes and arenas where players will be gunning each other down, and now we're getting a look at some of the special weapons, as well as the much-touted ability to transform into a demon for a brief period during matches.

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Fallout 4 Survival Mode goes into beta next week

Fallout 4 Survival Mode goes into beta next week

One of the most eagerly-anticipated updates to Fallout 4 isn't necessarily the new DLC that dropped yesterday. Instead, many players are looking forward the new challenges that they'll face in the upcoming Survival Mode. The original Survival Mode wasn't quite the hardcore challenge that they wanted, so Bethesda has been hard at work on something a little more realistic.

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Battleborn open beta hits PS4, Xbox One in April

Battleborn open beta hits PS4, Xbox One in April

Borderlands developer Gearbox has announced the details on an open beta for its next big shooting game, Battleborn. Starting in April, just under a month before the game's full release, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC players will be able to try out all the characters and a wide range of gameplay types. The best part is that the beta will be truly "open" to everyone, with no requirements for a pre-order or even Xbox Live/PlayStation Plus subscriptions.

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LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens gets voice acting, new combat mechanics

LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens gets voice acting, new combat mechanics

If you've ever played any of the LEGO Star Wars games, then you're accustomed to their special blend of humor and storytelling. They're changing things up a little for their next installment for The Force Awakens. However, it's looking like the changes will be for the best.

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Rocket League is ready for Xbox One, PS4 cross-play, if Sony agrees

Rocket League is ready for Xbox One, PS4 cross-play, if Sony agrees

Cross-platform play has been something that gamers have been clamoring for since online multiplayer started being a thing. Back in the days of offline-only games, it didn't really matter which console you used. When you went to a friend's house, you'd just all play on the same console, provided there were enough controllers. These days, it's not quite so simple. And the creators of Rocket League want to change that.

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Next Destiny update lands in April with new challenges, gear

Next Destiny update lands in April with new challenges, gear

Fellow Destiny fans, rejoice! Developer Bungie has finally shared some solid info on the next activities update for everyone's favorite shooter. Since the release of the huge expansion that was The Taken King back in September, things have gotten little stale, with the last few months seeing only minor, temporary "events" to hold our attention. That's set to change on April 12th, however, as Destiny will be receiving its largest non-paid update ever, including promises of new gear and activities.

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Report: ‘PlayStation 4.5’ console in pipeline with 4K, more power

Report: ‘PlayStation 4.5’ console in pipeline with 4K, more power

Sony is quietly working on a PS4 hardware update called the “Playstation 4.5,” according to sources. This updated console will still be a PlayStation 4 in spirit, but will get some hardware upgrades that enable it to play 4K-resolution video games and better handle PlayStation VR, among other things. The PS4.5, as it's being called, will be more competitive with PC hardware when it comes to running VR headsets, as well.

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