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  1. Why RPGs Aren't Really RPGs Anymore

    Popular games like Fallout, Mass Effect, and The Witcher are hardly role-playing games anymore. RPGs as a genre have become more mainstream and no longer carry out ambitious ideas and real immersion. These games don't make gamers feel like their moral choices matter in games... But why?
  2. Uncharted 4 Delayed to April 2016

    The fourth game in the Uncharted series, the final entry in the franchise, has had a lot of fans anticipating its release, despite the delays it has received. To the dismay of those fans, developer Naughty Dog has announced today that Uncharted 4: A Thief's End would be delayed again until April 26, 2016 (April 29 in the UK).
  3. Warframe Receives Largest Update to Date

    Digital Extremes' free-to-play Warframe has been a hit across all platforms. Today, an update titled "The Second Dream" was released on PS4 to overhaul the story in the game, as well as another huge expansion of content in the form of a new Warframe and many new weapons and quests.
  4. Dragon's Dogma Release Date and System Requirements Announced

    Dragon's Dogma, a severely underrated open-world RPG developed by Capcom, has just received a release date on Steam for January 15, 2016. The game's release on Steam will come with support for high resolutions, controller support, and many new additions implemented for the PC release.
  5. Final Fantasy VII Now Available on PS4

    Sony announced via Twitter that the original Final Fantasy VII is available on the PlayStation 4 as of today. Final Fantasy VII Remake was also showcased at PSX recently, showing a vastly different FF7 than what fans will remember.
  6. PS4 Price Marked Down to $300 for the Holidays

    Today is the start of Sony's holiday sales for the PlayStation 4, which includes price drops for their Star Wars Battlefront and Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection bundles. The consoles have been marked from $350 to $300, with some retailers even offering bonus incentives.
  7. A SkeleTON of Fun: Undertale Review

    Undertale is an RPG developed mostly by one person named Toby Fox. In my 5 hours of play-time, I can honestly say that no other game has made me laugh as hard or cry as much as this game. If you haven't experienced this game, you should do so immediately.
  8. Rocket League Officially Coming to Xbox One

    Psyonix Studios announced that their majorly popular sports-racing game Rocket League would finally be arriving to Xbox One in February of 2016. Fans were hopeful to see cross-platform play with PS4 and PC players, but Psyonix confirmed it would not be happening.
  9. Among the Sleep PS4 Release Date Updated

    Fans of horror games will know of Among the Sleep and its eventual port from PC to home consoles. As of a few hours ago, developer Krillbite Studio has announced that the game will be coming earlier than they originally announced so for some, the long wait for the game is almost over.
  10. Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Will Be Announced Monthly

    Although Microsoft publicly released backwards compatibility support for a plethora of games just a couple of weeks ago, Phil Spencer took to Twitter to announce that they would be announcing even more games being added to the roster every month.
  11. PS4 Trophies Revealed for Final Fantasy VII

    Fans of the genre-defining RPG series Final Fantasy have been eagerly awaiting a remastered Final Fantasy VII. Final Fantasy VII, a fan favorite in the series, was confirmed at E3 earlier this year and those that are excited for the game can now view the trophies that will be in the game.
  12. December's Lineup for Xbox Live Games With Gold

    Another month is over and with it, Games With Gold on Xbox Live has released its lineup for December 2015. Included in this month's lineup is The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing and Thief for Xbox One owners. CastleStorm, Sacred 3, and Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising will be available for both Xbox One and Xbox 360.
  13. The Future of the Commonwealth: Fallout 4 Review

    Having played an unhealthy amount of Fallout 4 since its release, I've finally set some time aside to review the game and cover what it did well (which it did exceptionally well) as well some elements in the game that could use some improvements.
  14. 100-Player Squad Available on Steam Early Access Next Month

    Squad is the spiritual successor to Project Reality, a modification for Battlefield 2 and ARMA 2. The project was recently cancelled in September, but Offworld Industries aims to bring back the 100-player modern combat back with Squad, releasing on Steam Early Access on December 15.
  15. Autumn and Winter Steam Sales Unveiled, Flash Sales Missing

    Steam enthusiasts who benefited from flash and daily sales will find that they will no longer see these sales on the market which could start as early as the Autumn Sale at the end of this month. Valve plans to focus more on longer sale periods for holidays and other events in lieu of flash sales.