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Final Fantasy 15 will be equal parts open-world and linear

Final Fantasy 15 will be equal parts open-world and linear

If the significant amount of gameplay footage for Final Fantasy 15 has lead you to believe the game is entirely open-world, then we've got some sad news for you. In an interview with Famitsu (as reported by Siliconera), Final Fantasy 15 director Hajime Tabata told readers that the game will be a mix of open-world and linear gameplay when it arrives later this year.

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Dark Souls 3 DLC trailer brings forth the Ashes of Ariandel

Dark Souls 3 DLC trailer brings forth the Ashes of Ariandel

Namco Bandai has announced the first expansion for the immensely popular Dark Souls 3, and it's given us a new trailer to go along with the reveal. Dubbed Ashes of Ariandel, this new expansion will task players with traveling to the frozen region of - you guessed it - Ariandel and uncovering what caused the land to become the wasteland it is.

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Battlefield 1 Premium Pass will feature 4 expansions, 20 maps

Battlefield 1 Premium Pass will feature 4 expansions, 20 maps

As exciting as Battlefield 1 may seem, we're being reminded today that it is, in fact, still an Electronic Arts game. The company has unleashed details of Battlefield 1's Premium Pass well ahead of the game's October 21 launch, letting us know just how much we'll pay for the full Battlefield 1 experience. Spoiler alert: it's a lot of money.

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Microsoft Project Scorpio might need an Xbox One emulator

Microsoft Project Scorpio might need an Xbox One emulator

Microsoft is no stranger to backwards compatibility. Windows owes much of its excess baggage to that. Recently, however, that trait become an asset when the Xbox One gained compatibility for Xbox 360 games. Even Sony, much to its embarrassment, was impressed and couldn’t follow suit. It seems that we might see a repeat of that, though for reasons still hard to fathom. Project Scorpio, Microsoft’s promised “monster” of a next gen console, might actually use an emulator to support Xbox One games, something implied from a job posting sighted online.

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Microsoft’s Xbox Onesie looks as ridiculous as it sounds

Microsoft’s Xbox Onesie looks as ridiculous as it sounds

Any gamer worth their salt is going to tell you that comfort is a paramount concern when it comes to long gaming sessions, and now Microsoft is giving those players the opportunity to experience the gaming comfort that only an Xbox-branded onesie can provide. Say hello to the Xbox Onesie, a truly ridiculous product that we nonetheless can't help but find intriguing.

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No season pass with Final Fantasy 15’s $270 Ultimate Collector’s Edition

No season pass with Final Fantasy 15’s $270 Ultimate Collector’s Edition

Final Fantasy XV fans are already disappointed over last week's announcement of the release date delayed by two months, but now comes the news that the game's most lavish package, the $270 Ultimate Collector's Edition, does not include the recently confirmed DLC season pass. That means the most dedicated fans, or at least those with the deepest pockets, will need to shell out an another $25 for the season pass, which appears to include a significant amount of story content.

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Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is the FPS’s latest sub-series

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is the FPS’s latest sub-series

The release of this year's Call of Duty, titled Infinite Warfare, is fast approaching, and many fans of the long-running franchise still aren't pleased. It mostly boils down to two reasons: either they're unhappy that they have to buy the special edition in order to get the remastered version of the beloved CoD4: Modern Warfare, or they don't like the theme changes from modern combat settings to a futuristic, sci-fi story set in space. Unfortunately for those in the latter camp, there's likely to be more Infinite Warfare titles in the coming years.

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Best Buy kicks off 50 hour sale, but are the deals worth it?

Best Buy kicks off 50 hour sale, but are the deals worth it?

Best Buy has kicked off its 50 hour sale, celebrating its 50th anniversary with 50 deals. Discounts apply to a range of items, with everything from TVs, phones, video games, and even amiibo on sale. With a milestone as big as 50 years in business, you'd expect the accompanying sale to be rather noteworthy, but are the deals here worth writing home about? The answer is a resounding "maybe."

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Suicide Squad join Marvel Comics in accessory skins aplenty

Suicide Squad join Marvel Comics in accessory skins aplenty

The devices we've got in our pockets right this minute have a choice that needs to be made - be they Marvel Comics fans, or be they DC Comics fans? At a time when we're essentially in a Golden Age for comic book movies, how does one choose which side to take? We've been sent a few SkinIt skins and cases and whatnot to have a peek at their newest collections from both sides of the arena - Suicide Squad to Spider-Man.

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Gears of War 4 PC requirements surface alongside 4K gameplay video

Gears of War 4 PC requirements surface alongside 4K gameplay video

We're only a couple of months away from the launch of Gears of War 4 on PC and Xbox One, and in an effort to keep the hype machine rolling, Microsoft has premiered a new video that features 10 minutes of gameplay footage. The video is more or less what you'd expect a Gears of War demo to be, only there's one distinct feature here that makes this particular video stand out from the rest of the Gears 4 content we've seen so far: it's giving us our first glimpse at what the game will look like in 4K.

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Star Wars Battlefront Death Star DLC just made the game a must-have

Star Wars Battlefront Death Star DLC just made the game a must-have

We've been getting a lot of news coming in from Gamescom, but if a Metal Gear game centered around zombies doesn't sound like your cup of tea, maybe Star Wars can help. Electronic Arts has detailed a new Battlefront game mode called Battle Station, which will arrive with the game's incoming Death Star DLC. Despite the game's rather sparse offerings at launch, it sounds like Battle Station might make returning to Battlefront well worth it for a lot of players.

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Metal Gear Survive debuts at Gamescom 2016, first Metal Gear post-Kojima

Metal Gear Survive debuts at Gamescom 2016, first Metal Gear post-Kojima

It was only a matter of time before Konami made a new Medal Gear Solid game following last year's departure of series creator Hideo Kojima, but few probably expected it this quickly. The Japanese game developer has announced Metal Gear Survive at Gamescom this week, describing it as a four-player, online co-op survival game that's set after the events of Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes, the 2014 prequel to MGS5: The Phantom Pain.

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