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Square Enix promise fixes for Chrono Trigger on PC

Chunky pixels are on their way back home, according to Square-Enix, as the first of a wave of improvements coming to Chrono Trigger's wonky PC port. Promising several patches over the coming months, the publisher/developer are starting with addressing probably the most immediately obvious flaw with the genuine JRPG classic's PC version: The graphics.

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Dragon Quest XI is bringing the grandpa of JRPGs to PC

There are few games more influential on the JRPG genre than the Dragon Quest series. Classic all-ages tales of swords and sorcery adventure, held together with traditional turn-based combat in a world of charming monster & character designs from Dragon Ball artist Akira Toriyama. While a pair of spinoffs have made the jump already (Dragon Quest Heroes 1 & 2, which I still insist are two…

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Final Fantasy XV mod makes car radio play your music

It was a good day when the director of Final Fantasy XV told us modding would be supported for the PC version of the regal road trip JRPG. Since then we’ve had some plain costumes, as well as some much-needed graphical aid. But now someone has made a mod that lets you import your own music to the car radio. The Regalia’s radio normally just…

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Octahedron wants you to climb-dance your way to Heaven

There's a new psychedelic rhythm-synced action platformer on the market today. Octahedron let's you surf through a pulsating, underground world on platforms pulled from thin air in this challenging psychedelic action game that has you defying gravity to a pumping beat. I always love to platform upwards, and there simply aren't enough dance platformers in the world today.

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Shadow Of The Tomb Raider coming in September

The next Lara Croft adventure will be Shadow Of The Tomb Raider and it's coming on September 14th, with no period of console exclusivity this time round. Square Enix have been bunging corks into their leaky reveal barge over the last couple of days, but now the teaser trailer is officially here. It contains all of your expected Lara action: she climbs a vertical cliff-face,…

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Shadow of the Tomb Raider springs quite a few leaks

Update: Big surprise! It's finally now official. Now, keep this between us - quiet, alright? Just between you and me, I think there might be a new Tomb Raider game in the works. I also think that it might be called Shadow of the Tomb Raider, and that it might be released this September, and that it'll feature scenes a lot like the completely-unrelated-we-assure-you image…

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Final Fantasy XV mod fixes jitters and long load screens

Good news, boy fans. A modder has offered a quick solution to a couple of Final Fantasy XV’s technical problems. The JRPG stag do performs generally well on PCs but that doesn’t mean there aren’t issues. Some players using a gamepad (myself included) have found that the game keeps detecting your mouse and keyboard even when you don’t want it to, flipping the on-screen prompts…

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The boys are back! Final Fantasy XV released on PC

Guess who just got back today? Them wild-eyed boys that had been away. Fifteen months after starting their journey on console, the anime boyband road trip stag party of Final Fantasy XV have finally arrived on PC. It's out now. The boys are back in town. We've only just got the game ourselves so our review will take a while, though I'm sure we'll have…

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Fear Effect Sedna revives old PlayStation horror today

Square Enix's experiment in licensing fan-made, crowdfunded sequels to old games they own today emerges from its bunker for the first time with the launch of Fear Effect Sedna. It's a supernatural stealth shooter following up on Kronos Digital Entertainment's old Fear Effect games from the PlayStation. Sedna is actually a sequel to the original Fear Effect from the year 2000, though it does tinker…

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Final Fantasy XIV is adding a mega-scale hunting ground

We might be devoting a lot of column inches to the good, good boys of Final Fantasy XV as of late, but let's not forget that its immediate predecessor is still one of the most successful MMORPGs on the block. In-between expansions, Final Fantasy XIV is supported by massive episodic updates, each one effectively a small expansion. The second episode of the current season was so big,…

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Kane & Lynch 2 is well worth a go for 80p

Psst, hey, you, wanna see something unusual for 80p? Pick up Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days in Square Enix's Steam sale. Made by Hitman folks IO Interactive, K&L 2 may be typical for a 2010 cover shooter in a lot of ways but I still find it interesting for: 1) An aggressively ugly look riffing on uploaded camera phone videos that are over-compressed, blown-out,…

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Lost in time for decades, Chrono Trigger finally hits PC

Twenty-three years, eh? Some of you reading this are probably younger than that. Well, you whippersnappers had better sit up and pay attention, because a genuine, no-qualifiers-necessary JRPG classic just popped up on Steam, over two decades past its original Super Nintendo debut. While others such as Square's own I Am Setsuna have attempted to recapture its spark, there really is nothing quite like the original…

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Boys are back in town: Final Fantasy XV PC demo is out

Boys, boys, boys, I'm looking for a good time. That's why I'm downloading the demo for Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition, which just launched. The demo contains the RPG's first chapter so we can meet those boys, boys, boys and see how their road trip starts. And hopefully it'll let us see how the game might actually run on our PCs, given that the benchmarking…

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Final Fantasy XV getting demo next week, also adding Gordon Freeman cosplay

A proper playable demo of Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition is coming next week, containing the RPG's first chapter, following the recent benchmark tool. A demo! In this day and age! Bless their hearts. Square Enix have talked a lot about wanting to do the PC version right, mods and all, and they do seem to be going for it. They're even teaming up with…

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Mod support was “essential” for Final Fantasy XV’s PC outing

Last August, Square Enix finally confirmed that the upcoming PC version of royal roadtrip Final Fantasy XV would indeed come with full mod support when it launches on March 6. At the time, though, the developers kept schtum about exactly what that might entail. Indeed, it was only over the weekend that we got our first glimpse of what a potential Final Fantasy XV mod might look like.…

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Final Fantasy XV’s co-op expands with its PC launch

We're just two weeks from the PC release of Final Fantasy XV. Despite a wobbly start on consoles, Square have poured a shocking amount of support into the game, and I admit no small amount of excitement for the re-launch, especially after the benchmark confirmed that my new laptop can more than handle the game on its highest graphics settings at framerates my ageing PS4…

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Secret of Mana’s 3D remake is out now on Steam

Aah, Secret of Mana, middle game in one of the most confusingly named trilogies in gaming. Known in Japan as Seiken Densetsu 2 and barely known as anything in Europe due to a very small PAL print run. For those who could get it, it's a fondly remembered if slightly awkward SNES action-RPG that skews a little more heavily towards the RPG side than most. As…

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Fear Effect returns next month, now isometric & tactical

For those who grew up through the PlayStation 1 era, it was hard not to at least be vaguely aware of the Fear Effect series. Despite their genre roots lying in survival horror, awkward camera angles and all, their mix of stylish comic-style visuals, cornball sci-fi/supernatural espionage stories (with zombies, sometimes) and famously tacky ad campaigns helped the series stand out. On March 6th, the…

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Cast Firaga on your GPU with Final Fantasy XV’s PC benchmark tool

It's been a long time coming, but the expanded, tuned, moddable and polished-up PC port of magical realist pretty-boy road-trip RPG Final Fantasy XV is nearly here. The only question that remains is "How well will this thing run on my PC?" Well, hypothetical questioner, I've got some good news for you: Square have been kind enough to release a benchmark tool for the game,…

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Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age is out now on PC

Patience is a virtue, but sometimes, you need to be positively saintly to hold out for a PC release. It's been a very long time since Final Fantasy XII's original debut on the Playstation 2, but the underrated (at the time) JRPG has finally found a new home on our humble, flexible platform. You can now buy Final Fantasy XII on PC, upgraded with a…

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