Memories of Final Fantasy 7: Part One

Final Fantasy 7 was first released on the PlayStation in 1997, and within 3 days of being released in Japan it had already sold over 2 million copies. In honor of its 15-year anniversary, Famitsu has a look back at what many gamers call one of the best games of …

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This Week in Famitsu

Famitsu #1224 The cover story this week is Final Fantasy Brigade, although if you thought it was Theatrhythm you’d be forgiven, as it uses the same art style. Brigade also isn’t the sequel to Theatrhythm, although with how much I enjoyed Final Fantasy’s music game, I wouldn’t mind that. No, …

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Fatal Frame Fan Group Operation Zero: Part Two

A short while ago we talked about a new soon-to-be-released game in the fan-favorite Fatal Frame series. However, despite being planned for release in Japan, Europe & Australia, Nintendo has no plans to bring the Wii remake of Fatal Frame 2: Crimson Butterfly to the US. Soon after we wrote …

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Sony Patent Could Bring on Game-interrupting Advertisements

Everyone hates those advertisements that play before the YouTube video your friend recommended, or when you’re watching your favorite TV series on Hulu.com. What if your gameplay was interrupted by these irritating ads? Well, according to a patent Sony filed that was discovered by a forum poster on NeoGAF, the …

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Demon’s Souls Refuses to Go Quietly Into the Night

A game that has arguably taken the lives of millions of virtual players (and controllers) refuses to be killed off itself, as its publisher Atlus announced today that it will be extending Demon’s Souls North American online server support “for the foreseeable future.” Thereby, effectively canceling original plans to shut the servers …

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Fatal Frame Fan Group Operation Zero Interview: Part One

A short while ago we talked about a new soon-to-be-released game in the fan-favorite Fatal Frame series. However, despite being planned for release in Japan, Europe & Australia, Nintendo has no plans to bring the Wii remake of Fatal Frame 2: Crimson Butterfly to the US. Soon after we wrote …

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