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Dragon Quest - The original trilogy arrives on Nintendo Switch later this month

Square Enix has announced that the Switch versions of the first three titles in the Dragon Quest series will be available in western territory on the Nintendo Switch eShop on September 27. The three portings are the same versions that came out for PS4 and ...

Final Fantasy VIII Remastered - Square Enix confirms the digital version only

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VovHI0JKxlg Non molto poco tempo dopo l'annuncio di Square Enix di Final Fantasy VIII Remastered per tutte le piattaforme all'E3 2019, sono apparsi rumors circa una possibile edizione fisica del gioco. DotEmu, lo sviluppatore che ha collaborato nella...

[gamescom 2019] Cris Tales - Preview

Our journey among the best indie titles of the gamescom 2019 continues: here is Cris Tales, a game whose beauty makes even the hardest hearts falter. Developed by Dreams Uncorporated and ...

Final Fantasy VII - The remake will include new Materia

We have recently discovered with E3 how much the battle system of Final Fantasy VII Remake will differ from the original version. At the same time, we saw how the Materia system, or the gems that ...
Dragon Star Varnir revealed the 5 system aspect

Dragon Star Varnir, revealed the 5 System Aspect

Dragon Star Varnir, JRPG of Idea Factory International arriving in June on PlayStation 4, shows some new important details on the gameplay. With fierce dragons and numerous obstacles around every corner, Zephy and his ...

Octopath Traveler - Coming soon to Pc

Rumors give Octopath Traveler out of Pc. The spectacular Square Enix RPG released on Switch, could also be released on PC. At least according to the leak from Korea's Game Rating ...

J-RPG on the payout: even Sony thinks of us

In recent years Sony has decided to undertake a fairly decisive market strategy, producing its own titles independently and not as in the past (and in the past ...

LOST SPHEAR: New RPG by the authors of I am Setsuna

Tokyo RPG Factory is a developer studio inside SQUARE ENIX born with the specific purpose of reviving the classic Japanese-style role-playing games like not ...

The real and the virtual meet at IBC2019 Awards

LONDON - (BUSINESS WIRE) - # IBC2019 - The IBC2019 Awards saw recognition for the real - in terms of socially responsible projects and charitable bodies - and the virtual, including ...

Milan Games Week 2019, Bethesda will be present with Doom Eternal

Bethesda today officially announced its presence at the Milan Games Week 2019 (2 pavilion), the now traditional and iconic event ...

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