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GamersHeroes Tuesday, February 6, 2024 7:00 PM

Cloud Strife, Tifa Lockhart, Aerith Gainsborough – gamers no doubt know these names better than their own kids' since Final Fantasy VII revolutionized the JRPG space back in 1997. 2020's Final Fantasy VII Remake set an incredible precedent as the first part of this fan-favorite trilogy, winning countless awards in its wake. With years of …

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GamersHeroes Tuesday, February 6, 2024 5:17 PM

The world of Toylogic and Square Enix's 4v4 foam-party shooter Foamstars is now available - get in the squeaky-clean spirit with the launch trailer for the game.

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GamersHeroes Tuesday, February 6, 2024 4:50 PM

Ahead of its upcoming release, the team at Ubisoft Singapore has released the launch trailer for their seafaring adventure Skull & Bones.

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GamersHeroes Tuesday, February 6, 2024 4:21 PM

A relaxing game about furnishing various home properties, Alex Blintsov's Furnish Master will launch out of Early Access on Steam on February 20.

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GamersHeroes Tuesday, February 6, 2024 4:10 PM

MyDearest has announced the start of Open Beta for its anticipated 3v3 multiplayer melee VR game "Brazen Blaze" on Meta Quest.

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GamersHeroes Tuesday, February 6, 2024 3:56 PM

The team at CD PROJEKT RED has announced several high-profile additions to the team working on their Cyberpunk 2077 follow-up Project Orion.

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Kotaku Tuesday, February 6, 2024 7:01 PM

Ever since the launch of Final Fantasy VII Remake back in 2020, fans of the original have been wondering how the next installment of Square Enix's reimagining of the landmark 1997 game would handle the many iconic setpiece moments, reveals, and twists yet to come. The Nibelheim Incident, which centers around Cloud's…


Kotaku Tuesday, February 6, 2024 7:00 PM

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, the second chapter in the highly anticipated remake project of the hallmark 1997 PlayStation game Final Fantasy VII is slated to arrive on PS5 on February 29, 2024. Through interviews and trailers, developer Square Enix has shared quite a bit about what folks can expect from Cloud and co.'s n…


Kotaku Tuesday, February 6, 2024 6:50 PM

A demo for the highly anticipated Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is now live on PSN. Announced during tonight's Final Fantasy VII-focused State of Play stream, the PlayStation 5-exclusive demo will let players experience the opening moments of Rebirth, with both Cloud and Sephiroth as playable characters during the game's…


Kotaku Tuesday, February 6, 2024 5:45 PM

Skull and Bones, Ubisoft's oft-delayed open-world online pirate video game, is almost here. To celebrate that fact, the game got a fancy new launch trailer. As you might expect for a game originally scheduled to launch less than a year after Obama left the White House, this isn't its first trailer. Not even close.


Kotaku Tuesday, February 6, 2024 4:30 PM

This is a lot so, sit down and take a deep breath. Gina Carano, the actress who was fired from The Mandalorian for "social media posts denigrating people based on their cultural and religious identities" is now suing Lucasfilm for discrimination and wrongful termination. And, because the comments were made on X,…


Kotaku Tuesday, February 6, 2024 4:15 PM

In that strange time period nestled between 9/11 and the Obama administration, the video game industry—specifically the console market—thrived in previously unimaginable ways. With Microsoft and Sony raking in numbers worthy of massive Hollywood production companies and global theater chains, and the mobile gaming…


Kotaku Tuesday, February 6, 2024 4:00 PM

A big part of Palworld is, of course, collecting the Pokémon-like Pals themselves, but sometimes, finding or catching a particular Pal can feel like a real chore. Should you happen to be tired of scouring the world to try and capture a specific Pal, the Black Marketeer might just have what you're looking for.…


Kotaku Tuesday, February 6, 2024 3:45 PM

Tomb Raider I-III Remastered is set to arrive on most platforms, including Xbox and Switch, later this month. However, the PlayStation 5 version of the collection won't include a platinum trophy for collecting all the other trophies. Weirdly, the PlayStation 4 port will.


Kotaku Tuesday, February 6, 2024 3:30 PM

Super Bowl LVIII week is upon us, as we're merely days away from the showdown between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers. For a couple of decades now, we've had Super Bowl simulations played out via EA Sports' John Madden Football video game. It's been a crapshoot, in large part, with some years getting it…


PCGamesN Tuesday, February 6, 2024 8:00 PM
     Two of the best soulslikes are about to crossover

Lies of P and Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty, two of the finest soulslikes in recent memory, are crossing over. Players of Lies of P can enjoy a weapon and costumes from Wo Long, while fans of the latter will get two weapons from Lies of P. It's a particularly nice treat if you've played both!

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PCGamesN Tuesday, February 6, 2024 5:15 PM
     This new fantasy Metroidvania is a soulslike version of Palworld

If you enjoy dealing with strange monsters and mythical quests, and want a slick, stylish animation style for your games, then we've got the perfect adventure for you. Biomorph is coming to Steam Next Fest, and you can play the demo right now to see what all the fuss is about.

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PCGamesN Tuesday, February 6, 2024 5:13 PM
     Da Hood codes February 2024

February 6, 2024: We're searching the back alleys looking for new Da Hood codes.

What are the new Da Hood codes? You need tons of cash to equip yourself with the best weapons on these mean streets, whether you're a criminal who's ransacking banks and shops across the city or a cop trying to stop this crime spree in its tracks.

Da Hood is a third-person shooter game you can play on the Roblox platform, and you can earn cash by either robbing places or catching criminals in the act. No matter if you decide to side with the robbers or cops, you'll find that having lots of cash can help you take advantage. If you need further freebies, we've also got the latest Blox Fruits codes, Anime Adventures codes, and Shindo Life codes to redeem.

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PCGamesN Tuesday, February 6, 2024 5:11 PM
     Car Dealership Tycoon codes February 2024

February 6, 2024: There's a new Car Dealership Tycoon code in for the flying update.

What are the new Car Dealership Tycoon codes? Alongside the obbies, murder mysteries, and shooters, Roblox is filled to the brim with any life simulator you could imagine, allowing you to live out your wildest dreams. If you've always wanted to run your own car dealership, test drive the fastest sports cars, and rake in that cash, then Foxzie's Car Dealership Tycoon lets you do just that.

As with any new business, you need money to get off the ground. Sure, Car Dealership Tycoon hands out easy money, as you can earn it by simply driving around the Roblox experience, but you'll be driving for a while before you can add that new floor to the showroom. If you're a little light on customers, why not take a break from running your business with Anime Champions Simulator codes, Southwest Florida codes, and Blox Fruits codes instead?

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PCGamesN Tuesday, February 6, 2024 5:02 PM
     Brookhaven codes February 2024

February 6, 2024: There's a Wii Music Brookhaven music code in the list down below.

What are the new Brookhaven codes? Brookhaven is one of the most popular sandbox games on the Roblox platform, allowing you to meet up with friends and explore the town's bustling streets and sleepy suburbs. Our Brookhaven codes can put a little pep in your step as you act out different scenarios with some free music for your portable speakers.

Brookhaven offers a ton of freedom, so there are no pesky limitations to sidestep – you can snap up new houses and tear up the tarmac with various cars and bikes. Our Brookhaven codes grant you access to a whole playlist of popular tunes to serve as your soundtrack while you're at it. We've also got Doors codes, King Legacy codes, and Anime Adventures codes if you're searching for all the best goodies available across the Roblox platform.

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PCGamesN Tuesday, February 6, 2024 4:59 PM
     Blade Ball codes February 2024 – free skins and spins

February 6, 2024: There's a new Blade Ball code in.

What are the new Blade Ball codes? Those who want to stand out while playing this dodgeball game can splash out on new weapons, skills, and even explosive effects. To get them, though, you need coins, and there are ways to instantly get a small amount of coins to roll the dice while getting a chance to open crates and maybe pull a rare sword skin. 

There are other similar games on the Roblox platform, so be sure to get all the latest Arm Wrestle Simulator codes to get yourself ripped or learn the secret of Berry Avenue codes if you'd rather live a calmer virtual life. Here are all the latest Blade Ball codes, how to enter them, and where to find more.

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PCGamesN Tuesday, February 6, 2024 4:57 PM
     Bee Swarm Simulator codes February 2024

February 6, 2024: We're still searching for new Bee Swarm Simulator codes for pre/post Beesmas.

What are the active Bee Swarm Simulator codes? Whether you're in the market for some free items to help you get started farming honey, or you need that extra boost to your bee's effectiveness at collecting pollen, there's no quicker way to get your hive started than to redeem a whole bunch of codes. However, it's not always easy to know where to find ones that work.

So, if you want to give your little pollinators a helping hand, we have many tried and tested active Bee Swarm Simulator codes to redeem that give you valuable free items and boosts. We also have freebies for other popular Roblox games, including Blade Ball codes, Blox Fruits codes, and Murder Mystery 2 codes to help you get ahead.

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PCGamesN Tuesday, February 6, 2024 4:58 PM
     Berry Avenue codes February 2024

February 6, 2024: Get a Red Carpet Cape with this Berry Avenue code.

What are the new Berry Avenue codes? Rather than being a conventional Roblox game that uses tower defense, RPG, or shooting game-style mechanics, Berry Avenue is a playground where you can buy a house, work a job, or drive around without a care in the world looking fabulous.

However, you may have noticed that everyone else looks much more stylish than most Roblox experiences. Is this because of the time they spent playing the roleplay sandbox game or perhaps linked to how much they paid in real-world money? While you're here, you should know that we also keep lists of Blox Fruits codes, King Legacy codes, and Anime Adventures codes to get you some free items and rolls for those games.

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PCGamesN Tuesday, February 6, 2024 4:54 PM
     Arm Wrestle Simulator codes February 2024

February 6, 2024: We're checking for new Arm Wrestle Simulator codes for the Roman Empire update.

What are the new Arm Wrestle Simulator codes? This popular Roblox experience channels the simulator games of the past few years, rewarding your strenuous clicks with rapidly multiplying strength. Arm Wrestle codes can speed up the process exponentially, earning you the gains you need to bend everyone's elbows and slam even the beefiest of opponent's forearms onto the table. Keep up with all the latest codes before they expire, and you'll have a natural advantage over those who don't.

As we've already alluded to, Arm Wrestle Simulator takes the ideas of many other popular Roblox games to create one centered around a less violent form of settling your differences, without resorting to a boring game of rock, paper, scissors. For further freebies in other action-packed Roblox releases, be sure to grab the latest Blox Fruits codes, King Legacy codes, and Fruit Battlegrounds codes before they're gone.

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PCGamesN Tuesday, February 6, 2024 4:55 PM
     Arsenal codes February 2024

February 6, 2024: We're on the hunt for new Arsenal codes.

How do you get Arsenal codes? The Roblox-based shooter has proven itself to be quite the popular experience, with teams taking shots at each other with machine guns, bazookas, and even flinging magic spells from books.

Take your gaming experience to the next level by redeeming Arsenal codes to gain exclusive skins and announcer voices. There are other Roblox shooting games out there, all with their own unlocks, so make sure you check out the best Da Hood codes for more. If you want to try something completely different like racing motorbikes, there are also Motorcycle Mayhem codes to redeem.

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PCGamesN Tuesday, February 6, 2024 4:49 PM
     Anime Dimensions codes February 2024

February 6, 2024: We're still searching for new Anime Dimensions codes.

What are the active Anime Dimensions codes? No doubt you're no stranger to Roblox's anime offerings, as there are loads of them out there. However, this one is a good option if you ever want to transform into the likes of Goku, Luffy, or Naruto and punch/Ki Blast/ninjitsu your way through hordes of enemies.

There are plenty of other anime-inspired games on the Roblox platform with redeemable codes for free in-game currency and more. This includes Anime Adventures codes, Project Slayers codes, and Kage Tycoon codes. For now, though, here are some Anime Dimensions codes that can get you free gems and boosts for your chosen fighter.

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PCGamesN Tuesday, February 6, 2024 4:49 PM
     Anime Champions Simulator codes February 2024

February 6, 2024: We're back out here searching for new Anime Champions Simulator codes.

What are the latest Anime Champions Simulator codes? If you're new to this Roblox experience, you will want some bonus resources to give you a head start. This includes diamonds, tokens, medals, and boosts to bolster your team and get them fighting more formidable opponents sooner.

So, if you want some up-to-date Anime Champions codes, we have a list of all the free stuff you can get right now. Alternatively, there are plenty of other anime Roblox games worthy of your attention that have their own set of codes, such as Blox Fruits codesFruit Battlegrounds codes, and Blade Ball codes which is currently the hottest game on the platform.

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PCGamesN Tuesday, February 6, 2024 4:48 PM
     Anime Ball codes February 2024 – Free spins and yen boosts

February 6, 2024: We're looking for new Anime Ball codes for Season 2.

What are the new Anime Ball codes? The latest contender to the throne of one of Roblox's best-performing titles of 2023 is here, and it's putting up a fight. With multiple codes dropping almost every day and weekly updates still on the cards, now's the time to jump into a fresh new take on the genre if you're looking for a second chance.

Think you've missed the boat on the new and emerging Roblox genre of reflex-based sports games? The latest Blade Ball codes might have you thinking it's not too late. If you're looking for a more relaxed time, however, Fruit Battlegrounds codes or Shinobi Life 2 codes might be more up your alley.

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PCGamesN Tuesday, February 6, 2024 4:47 PM
     All Star Tower Defense codes February 2024

February 6, 2024: We're still out looking for new ASTD codes.

What are the new All Star Tower Defense codes? Developer Top Down Games has struck gold with their smash-hit game, All Star Tower Defense, blending together tower defense gameplay with characters inspired by popular Japanese anime. It may have lost a few with news of an official release elsewhere, but the majority of the anime all-stars are still kicking it as deployable units.

The first few missions of the tower defense game may seem easy, but it doesn't take long before your units start to struggle. That's where our Roblox guide comes in, allowing you to claim free Stardust and Gems to unlock powerful units in the free PC game. Not only does this guide cover the code redemption process, but we're also always looking for new ASTD codes, so keep this page bookmarked for any updates.

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PCGamesN Tuesday, February 6, 2024 3:47 PM
     Over 1,000 people are clicking an egg on Steam right now

Egg. That's the latest hit on Steam. Well, that might be an overstatement when you consider the popularity of Palworld and Enshrouded and a multitude of other games tearing up the charts. But Egg has attracted over 1,000 players, all to simply click for more eggs.

Rock Paper Shotgun Latest Articles Feed Tuesday, February 6, 2024 6:24 PM

I created God pretty early on, though not until I'd first created the Big Bang and, even earlier, Batman. This is the kind of thing you can do in Infinite Craft, a browser game in which you can seemingly craft anything, and in which it's glorious, time-stealing fun to try.

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Rock Paper Shotgun Latest Articles Feed Tuesday, February 6, 2024 6:08 PM

It's rare to see an RX 7900 XT graphics card available for under £700 - especially a white overclocked model! - but that's exactly what you can get from British retailer Quozo at the moment, with code JAN24 knocking £8 off an already low price. The same card is a whopping £824 at Amazon UK right now, making this a much better deal!

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Rock Paper Shotgun Latest Articles Feed Tuesday, February 6, 2024 5:57 PM

Samsung's Evo Select series of Micro SD cards offer some of the best value on the market, while still delivering the A2-rated speeds that make them a good choice for Steam Deck, ROG Ally and Legion Go PC handhelds. The cheapest you're likely to find these are for £16 at Amazon UK, but thanks to a 10% off code at Ebay you can save a bit more - they're just £14 with code LOVE10 via the link below.

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Rock Paper Shotgun Latest Articles Feed Tuesday, February 6, 2024 5:38 PM

A Paradox game? Getting DLC? You are pure joshing, you are simply having me on. But no! It's true! Crusader Kings 3 is getting another year of updates, including two full expansions. The first of them, Legends Of The Dead, introduces the Black Death and will release on March 4th.

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Rock Paper Shotgun Latest Articles Feed Tuesday, February 6, 2024 4:58 PM

A Cyberpunk 2077 sequel, currently called "Project Orion", is currently in the early stages of development at CD Projekt Red's new Boston studio. Today, CDPR announced several new high profile hires were joining the project, most notably Anna Megill. Megill, who will serve as lead writer on the project, has previously worked on games such as Control, Dishonored: Death Of The Outsider, and the upcoming Fable reboot.

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Rock Paper Shotgun Latest Articles Feed Tuesday, February 6, 2024 4:42 PM

Helldivers 2 pits co-op players against swarms of computer-controlled aliens and robots in the context of a vast, ongoing galactic war. There might be someone else in battles with the power to tip the scales, however: an omniscient game master, employed by developers Arrowhead, who can monitor the fight and drop in buffs and debuffs to change the flow of the fight.

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Twinfinite Tuesday, February 6, 2024 7:01 PM
An open world indeed.

Twinfinite Tuesday, February 6, 2024 6:00 PM
A live service game that respects my time?! Blasphemy!!

Twinfinite Tuesday, February 6, 2024 5:00 PM
The year 2024 is already looking bright.

Siliconera Tuesday, February 6, 2024 10:00 PM

See the New FFVII Rebirth Screenshots and Character Renders

Alongside the release of a new trailer and demo, Square Enix also shared an array of FFVII Rebirth screenshots and character renders. These include people allied with Shinra like Rufus and the Turks, former Shinra folks like Cissnei, and allies like Bugenhagen and Zangan.

First, here are all the new FFVII Rebirth character renders. In the case of Rufus and Turks like Tseng, Reno, Rude, and Cissnei, they appear as both full body art and portraits.

Next, we got to see a ton of new FFVII Rebirth official screenshots. They're a mix of images taken from both the demo and full game. There are segments from story scenes, shots of the world, looks at various minigames, and in-battle gameplay clips.

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth will come to the PS5 on February 29, 2024, with the exclusivity arrangement ending on May 29, 2024. FFVII Remake is available for the PS4, PS5, and PC, and FFVII Ever Crisis is available on the PC and mobile devices. 

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Siliconera Tuesday, February 6, 2024 9:26 PM

Evo 2024 Games Lineup Includes Tekken 8, Street Fighter 6

The Evo 2024 games lineup was revealed on February 6, 2024, and both Tekken 8 and Street Fighter 6 will be a part of it. They will be two of eight games appearing July 19-21, 2024, and tickets are now open.

Street Fighter 6 and Tekken 8 are two of multiple games where new entries will be a part of the Evo lineup. The only "classic" fighter showing up in the eight featured titles is Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike. Returning games from Evo 2023 include Guilty Gear Strive, KOF XV, and Street Fighter 6.

Here is the full list of games appearing at Evo 2024. Of the eight, both Tekken 8 and Under Night In-Birth Sys: Celes both made their debut in 2024. 

  • Granblue Fantasy Versus: Rising
  • Guilty Gear Strive
  • The King of Fighters XV
  • Mortal Kombat 1
  • Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike
  • Street Fighter 6
  • Tekken 8
  • Under Night In-Birth II Sys:Celes

As for tickets, people can register for the Las Vegas, Nevada event at the official site. It will be held at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, as usual. A three day event badge is $180, but comes out to $203.83 after the Vegas Live Entertainment Tax and processing fee. It costs $10 additional dollars for passes for each game.

Evo 2024 will be held July 19-21, 2024 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Siliconera Tuesday, February 6, 2024 8:00 PM

Capcom Super Elections Games Survey Now Available

The Capcom Super Elections survey is now available from the Capcom Town website. The survey includes 10 questions about a variety of popular Capcom game series.

The most notable questions in the survey are the fifth and sixth questions. The fifth question asks players to choose up to three game series from Capcom's catalogue that players would like to see get a sequel or a new game. In addition to currently successful series, this question includes some highly requested dormant franchises like Darkstalkers, Okami, Sengoku Basara, Dino Crisis, and Capcom's versus fighting series.

Meanwhile, the sixth question asks people to select one game that players would like to see completely remade with the latest technology available. The question also notes that this full remake would include both character designs and storylines. Some of the game series featured in this question includes Onimusha, Breath of Fire, Rival Schools, and Mega Man.

Furthermore, Capcom will offer various prizes to the users participating in the Capcom Super Elections survey. The prizes include a Capcom Hanafuda card set, Capcom Key Art Catalog, and a Capcom Wood Badge set. 40 winners for each prize will be selected at random among the voters.

The Capcom Super Elections survey for game series is now available, and people can access to participate here.

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Siliconera Tuesday, February 6, 2024 7:38 PM

FFVII Rebirth State of Play Shows Cissnei and Gilgamesh

Square Enix and Sony revealed new information about the upcoming FFVII Rebirth in the latest State of Play broadcast, with gameplay showing familiar faces like Cissnei and Gilgamesh. The new video offers an in-depth look at some of the mechanics, as well as showcase some new story elements.

The new story trailer confirmed the appearance of new characters to the story of FFVII Rebirth. A short scene showed Cissnei in the Gongaga Region where Zack used to live. Cissnei is a former member of the Turks that made her debut in Crisis Core FFVII, and was not present in the original Final Fantasy VII. She is seen wearing combat attire and fending off from intruders alongside other locals. Furthermore, a silhouette reminiscent of Gilgamesh appeared at the top of a pagoda.

You can check out Cissnei and Gilgamesh in FFVII Rebirth here:

The world of FFVII Rebirth will be comprised of many different areas. Some of the regions showcased include the Grasslands region outside of Midgar, the Junon Region, the Corel Region where the Gold Saucer is located, the Gongaga Region, the Cosmo Canyon Region, and the Nibel Region. The Meridian Ocean set in between the two main continents will also be explorable to a certain degree. The new footage also shows an unveiled Northwood area.

All playable characters will be available to control outside of combat, and each one will have unique ways of interacting with the world and move across it. These unique movement options will be vital to complete puzzles and progress through the world of FFVII Rebirth. Barret can shoot objects with his gatling gun, Yuffie can swing across gaps, Tifa has a grappling gun, Red XIII can climb some walls with his agility, Cait Sith can grab and toss heavy items, and Aerith can manipulate lifestream energy.

Some new elements to the gameplay include character Folios. Folios work similar to the weapon upgrades in FFVII Remake, and is the way players unlock new Abilities and Synergy commands. Each character will also have its own level, but there will be a shared party level. Square Enix also confirmed that story progress will not lock players out of any side-content, meaning that people can play at their own pace without missing anything.

Check out the FFVII Rebirth State of Play broadcast below. The video is approximately 19 minutes long.


Final Fantasy VII Rebirth will come to the PS5 on February 29, 2024, and the exclusivity arrangement ends on May 29, 2024. There is a demo available now.

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Siliconera Tuesday, February 6, 2024 7:01 PM

Preview: Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Breathes New Life Into Old Characters

When I first sat down to play the Final Fantasy VII Rebirth TGS demo in September 2023, the first thing that stood out to me was how much work Square Enix put into fleshing out the game's characters. The Synergy ability, in particular, was a highlight, as it really added a lot of depth to the character's personalities. Cloud using Aerith's magic to create a spectacular fireworks display of damage was both an epic cinematic attack in combat and a neat narrative device that says much about their bond.

Screenshot of characters in Final Fantasy VII Rebirth
Image via Square Enix

In January 2024, I played the first five hours of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth in the lead-up to its launch in February. I can say that the game goes even further than I expected to breathe new life into these beloved characters of the 1997 classic. This is evident from the game's opening hours, which is oozing with personality. In Chapter 1, we get to play a flashback of a pivotal moment between Cloud and Sephiroth from five years ago. However, as we progress through the story, Cloud, in real-time, narrates the events while the rest of the group occasionally chimes in with their own commentary.

What is really neat about this narrative decision is that players are given choices in the campaign, which then reflect on the campfire story Cloud is telling. For example, there is a hilarious moment where Cloud reveals that he went into Tifa's room, and you can choose to have him say that he looked into her closet. Based on the decisions you make, the group will either scold Cloud or praise him. This design choice not only allows players to experience the story how they want to but it also creates these dynamic moments between the group that add a lot to their relationships. And I mean, it will never not be funny when Barret chews out Cloud for making the wrong decisions.

There are a surprising amount of these moments where players are given multiple-choice decisions. I won't go into detail about all of them, as I want to leave that as a surprise to players. However, since Cloud is retelling a story from his point of view, there is a lot of room for players to improvise the story with their decisions. The flashback narrative also allows Square Enix to really world-build by creating these little details that say a lot about the characters, especially with how they react to Cloud's perspective.

Screenshot of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth multiple choice dialogue
Image via Square Enix

Perhaps the most surprising addition to Final Fantasy VII Rebirth that I encountered is a new relationship system that is, in a lot of ways, similar to the Social Link mechanic in the Persona series. Each character in the game now has an emotional status that I could view at any time. The feature allows the player to change how a character feels towards Cloud, which can become positive or negative based on your choices. An example is that while I was in the city of Kalm, I found Barret sitting in a bar alone and asked him if he wanted to drink with me. After initially saying no, a timed dialogue tree event was triggered, and I was given three choices. Because I chose to have Cloud offer to buy him a drink, my relationship with Barrett increased, and his feelings toward the protagonist became positive.

As I progressed through the story, there were many moments where I could interact with the characters and improve my relationship with them. If you like your Cloud to be a jerk, it is possible to be cold towards everyone and make decisions that upset them. However, the game has a relationship rank system that impacts the story in a few different ways. If you have a good relationship with certain characters, you can unlock side quests later in the story with them. Having a good bond with everyone also increases your overall party rank, which gives you access to new abilities and skills. I'm not sure if every character moment is optional, but how you react during them at least impacts how they feel about Cloud, which has larger ramifications on the overall game.

This new relationship system was probably my favorite part of the Final Fantasy VII Rebirth preview, as it fleshed out the characters in a really big way. Most importantly, it makes the world feel a lot less static as you can discover these dynamic moments through exploration. In Chapter 2, the game sets you free to explore the Kalm, which is a massive bustling town. Yes, I could have rushed to the main campaign mission marker and progressed the story. But the game's side quests and social system had me wanting to explore every inch of the map to see what I could find. Because of this, the city truly felt alive, and like I could stumble upon something new with every corner I walked down.

Screenshot of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth city of Kalm
Image via Square Enix

Witcher 3 fans that love Gwent will rejoice, as another major feature added to Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is a new card game called Queen's Blood. The game is designed around a board with three lanes moving from left to right. In my play session, I had a deck of cards with various characters in. The way the game works is you have to place a card down that matches the rank level of the open spaces on your board. To start the match, you need to place a level 1 card down, as all the spaces start out at level 1. However, based on each card's unique pattern, you can change the level of the other open spaces on your board. So, for example, a level 1 card might turn the space diagonal to it to rank 2, which then lets you put down a more powerful card. With each card you set down in your lane, its overall power ranking is higher.

The goal of Queen's Blood is to have a higher total than your opponent. When every space on the board is filled up, the game will tally up each lane's overall points and declare a winner. The game has a lot of depth and strategy, as certain characters in your deck can increase the ranking of your other cards already on the board. Like Gwent, you also unlock new cards by defeating opponents. What I really like about Queen's Blood, though, is how it's integrated into the game's world. You can find NPCs who play the card game, and the more characters you beat, the higher your Queen's Blood rank goes up, and the more opponents you gain access to.

Queen's Blood could have just been another side activity, but Square Enix went the extra mile to really give the game personality. For instance, one of my first opponents was a guy named "Crybaby Ned." The NPC literally bursts into tears and claims that the more he cries, the better he plays. The moment gave me flashbacks of being challenged by a trainer in a Pokemon game, which, I'm not gonna lie, is ridiculously awesome. Overall, Queen's Blood is a lot of fun, and I could get lost for hours just playing the TCG. It's easy enough to understand that anyone can jump in while being complex enough that veteran players who know a lot about card games will have much to sink their teeth into.

Screenshot of Queens Blood in Final Fantasy VII Rebirth
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My preview of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth was the game's first five hours, so my experience was split down the middle between two sections, which gives us an idea of what we can expect in the overall game. As I mentioned earlier, Chapter 1 is a flashback section with Cloud and Sephiroth. While the section is more similar to the linear sections in Final Fantasy VII Remake, the cinematic portions of the game feel a lot bigger. For example, before you take the trek up to the Mako reactor, Cloud can explore his hometown.

Nibelheim is big and incredibly detailed. Cloud can walk into homes, explore different sections of the town, and interact with various characters. But the environments are wide and gorgeously detailed even when the game funnels you into the more linear sections of climbing up the Mako reactor. The improved levels work much better with the game's action-oriented combat, which feels less claustrophobic to Remake. For example, in the Operator Mode fighting stance, you can dodge and then launch into an aerial attack. Doing this sends Cloud hurling through the air, and you can zip around with sword slashes against enemies to juggle them. If you want to deliver more powerful attacks, you can use Punisher Mode to unleash slower sword slashes with a counterattack while blocking.

Again, anyone who played Remake will already know what I'm talking about. However, I can't stress enough how much more fluid combat feels in Rebirth because of the little improvements. And while Intergrade technically already featured Synergy abilities, they are bursting with much more personality this go around. I won't go on too much about the game's opening section, as I already covered most of it in the Final Fantasy VII Rebirth TGS preview. However, what surprised me is how much of an emotional rollercoaster Chapter 1 is. While seeing the breakdown of Cloud's relationship with Sephiroth was always expected to be heartbreaking, Square Enix uses the game's opening section and the beginning of Chapter 2 to set up various plot points that are gearing up to be real tear-jerkers.

Screenshot of Tifa in Final Fantasy VII Rebirth
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Without giving away too much, a scene between Cloud and Tifa was really intense emotionally and had me choking back tears. There are also a lot of character moments, such as Tifa giving Aerith a back rub and hilariously striking the wrong nerve, to Barret hanging on the edge of his seat like a little kid listening to a bedtime story as Cloud retells the origins of Sephiroth's downfall. The character-building is a major step up in Rebirth, and the emotional stakes have never been higher. While Chapter 1 has more in common with the linear sections of Remake, its story feels much more cinematic.

It is Chapter 2, though, where I got to experience many of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth's new features, as it's where we first get access to the game's open world. Even before stepping foot in the Grasslands, I explored the Kalm for an hour. The massive town is filled to the brim with life. From random musicians having a musical jam session to a romantic couple confessing their love on a bridge. While not every corner of the city leads to an activity or side quest, I really appreciated the detail they put into making Kalm feel like a living, breathing city.

My preview eventually transitioned to the Grasslands, which is the first major open-world section of the game. And it's huge! My initial fear when Final Fantasy VII Rebirth was first announced is that it would suffer the empty-map problem that many modern open-world games suffer from. After all, it doesn't matter how big and detailed your open world is if there isn't actually anything to do in them. From what I played, at least, I can confirm this is not a problem in Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, as the game is packed with side content and quests.

Screenshot of Grasslands in Final Fantasy VII Rebirth
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For starters, Chadley from Final Fantasy VII Remake returns, this time with an interesting twist. While the lovable NPC brings back the VR mechanic from Remake, he now has a new system called "Remnawave Towers," spread across the map. Before you panic and think this sounds like the Ubisoft climb-a-tower mechanic, I think it's handled better here. For starters, you don't actually have to find these towers to unlock your map. It's not mandatory. However, powering up these towers allows Chadley to learn more about enemies and the land, further unlocking new Materia and training. They also act as fast travel points, which is nifty.

Another quest Chadley now offers is Fiend Intel, reminiscent of the Bounty Hunts from Final Fantasy 15. As you explore the map, you will encounter special enemy bosses who have a countdown timer. Your goal is to defeat them within the limit while completing side objectives such as "Blocking" or "Staggering" an enemy. If you fail, you can revisit these spots and try as many times as you want. Finally, the most interesting thing Chadley offers is Phenomeon Intel, a multi-tiered encounter quest.

During my playthrough, I accidentally discovered a locked lighthouse that I had to break into. After finding my way into the area, I stumbled upon a group of pirates trying to hide a treasure. After a cutscene and defeating them in battle, they took off with the item, triggering a "Part 2" to the quest. I love the idea of having side quests with multiple parts and stories to them, as it gives you an incentive to zip around the map to uncover the next piece of the puzzle. While this isn't revolutionary, it's another example of how Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is going to great lengths to flesh out what could have been more simplified in other RPGs.

Screenshot of Chadley in Final Fantasy VII Rebirth
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Even traversal is fleshed out in a fun way. Instead of unlocking your mount from a few dialogue prompts, you earn it through an interesting side story. After finding Bill's Chocobo Ranch that is on the ropes financially (a major corporation is trying to bury this family-owned business), the farmhand asked me to track down a chocobo that had escaped. This led me to an adorable stealth mini-game, where I had to dive into bushes and crouch through a pack of chocobo without them seeing me. Finally, after throwing a rock in the distance to distract it, I could hop on the chocobo to make it my mount. From a mechanical point of view, it's also really accessible that I can click a single button and immediately have Cloud and the gang riding their chocobo in seconds.

Speaking of adorable, chocobo have a lot more personality in this game compared to past releases. While riding on chocobo your mount will sometimes pick up on a smell. If you allow your pet to sniff around the area, it will trigger a treasure hunt. It's up to you to read your chocobo's body language, which can eventually lead you to a buried treasure if you figure out the right direction to run in. There are even little baby chocobo hidden throughout the map, and if you find them, they lead you to chocobo rest stops, which become fast travel points if Cloud fixes the broken signs.

One of my favorite features I experienced in the preview is the Transmuter device. After receiving it from Broden in Kalm, you can convert raw materials into items. While traversing the open-world section, I encountered a lot of raw material on the ground. Thankfully, Square Enix has made this fairly accessible, as you can automatically pick them up with a button press. You can even grab the items while riding your chocobo, so you can farm material as you sprint throughout the map. As you make more items like potions, your crafting rank levels up, giving you access to new crafting recipes. Again, you could just buy items from shops. But it's nice having the option to craft since you will be spending a lot of time in these open-world sections anyway.

Screenshot of Chocobo mounts in Final Fantasy VII Rebirth
Image via Square Enix

So overall, what do I take away from my preview of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth? I had to think a lot about this, as the first five hours of the game were seriously packed with content and features that were almost overwhelming (in a good way). As someone who picked up Final Fantasy VII in 1998, I am truly blown away by how much Square Enix has fleshed out these beloved characters. I think what has stayed with me the most since I played the first five hours is how much I already care about Cloud's relationships with the rest of the cast. More than anything else, I want to jump back into the game to see how these relationships change over the course of the story.

From a purely mechanical point of view, however, I also think Final Fantasy VII Rebirth nails the open-world design. I think most fans will be really pleased with the balance they found with this game in terms of the RPG features, combat mechanics, and item crafting. Even more than Remake, Final Fantasy VII Rebirth truly captures the magic and the spirit of the classic PlayStation One title. I can't wait to dive back into the title and see if the level of detail and scope that I saw in the first five hours is consistent throughout the entire campaign. And I'm also interested to see how they balance the more cinematic chapters which are more linear. If the Nibelheim section is anything to go by, I think we are looking at what could be one of Square Enix's best games in years.

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth will be released on PlayStation 5 on February 29, 2024.

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Siliconera Tuesday, February 6, 2024 6:51 PM

Prepare for the Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Demo

At the February 2024 State of Play, Sony and Square Enix revealed the Final Fantasy VII Rebirth demo. People will be able to download and play through a brief section of the game ahead of launch starting today.

There is an added incentive to playing the demo. In addition to getting to see the start of the game, it will eventually be updated. When it does, a portion of the Junon area will appear for people to explore. There's no set date for that update, however.

As a reminder, Final Fantasy VII Rebirth takes place after Cloud and his allies leave Midgar after seeing Sephiroth returned and the events at Shinra's headquarters. As such, this means there will be multiple characters available. When the story left off, Cloud, Aerith, Barret, Red XIII, and Tifa were all leaving the city together. Yuffie, who appeared in the Intermission DLC for the game, will join the party after they take their first steps into the larger world.

This isn't the first time we've seen a demo for an entry in the Final Fantasy VII remake trilogy. Square Enix also released one for the first game. That one showed up in March 2020, ahead of the PS4 launch. It covered the introduction of the game and offered different difficulty options so people could see what Cloud's first mission with Avalanche would be like in the reimagining. 

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth will come to the PS5 on February 29, 2024, with the exclusivity arrangement ending on May 29, 2024 and a demo out now. FFVII Remake is available for the PS4, PS5, and PC, and FFVII Ever Crisis is available on the PC and mobile devices. 

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Siliconera Tuesday, February 6, 2024 6:00 PM

Hoshi Hikaru Sanran Secret Love starring former Microsoft Silverlight mascot

Coucougemu has opened pre-registrations for Hoshi Hikaru Sanran: Secret Love. The romance simulation game will star the character formerly known as the mascot character of Microsoft Silverlight. The title will be available on mobile devices in Japanese and Chinese languages. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]

When the game launches, it will feature three scenarios where Hikaru gets different roles and personalities. The player can then unlock five more scenarios as they progress through the game. They can also chat with Hikaru with different situations based on the time of day.

The character was originally known as Aizawa Hikaru. Microsoft Taiwan produced her in 2010 as a mascot for the browser plugin Silverlight. The branch also used her to promote other Microsoft platforms like Azure. However, she ultimately retired around the same time Microsoft discontinued Silverlight in October 2021.

In 2022, the team that produced the character became independent and formed Coucougemu. It also changed her name to Hoshi Hikaru. The new company then held crowdfunding sessions to produce Hoshi Hikaru Sanran: Secret Love on the Taiwanese site Zeczec and the Japanese site Makuake, both of which ended successfully.

Hoshi Hikaru Sanran: Secret Love will be available as a free-to-download title for iOS and Android mobile devices in Japan and East Asia.

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Siliconera Tuesday, February 6, 2024 5:00 PM

Ride Kamens - new Kamen Rider mobile game

Bandai revealed a teaser image for Ride Kamens, which will be a new free-to-play game themed after the Kamen Rider series for mobile devices.

The teaser image shows a handsome man dressed like a Kamen Rider who will be the new game's main character. But while Kamen Riders are usually known with helmets that wholly cover their heads, this character's hair and mouth are completely exposed, with the partially transparent visor also showing one of his eyes. The teaser also comes with a Japanese catchphrase that translates to "A hero has an unknown mask/face."

Bandai also announced the key staff members for Ride Kamens, and some of them have been involved for a long time with the Kamen Rider series. Yuya Takahashi, who fully wrote Kamen Rider Ex-Aid and Geats, will create this game's main story and world setting with supervision from Toei's Naomi Takebe, who was also the producer of multiple series shows since 2001's Kamen Rider Agito.

The new game's development studio will be Liber Entertainment, which also used to be involved with the PSP version of One Piece: Romance Dawn and the mobile version of Square Enix's Million Arthur. The character designs will be done by Hiroko Utsumi, who previously worked on the anime shows Free! and SK8 the Infinity.

Ride Kamens will be available as a free-to-play title on iOS and Android mobile devices.

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Siliconera Tuesday, February 6, 2024 4:00 PM

King Dedede Kororon Friends plush

San-Ei revealed a new batch of Kirby Kororon Friends plush. Waddle Dee and King Dedede are two of the seven characters that will newly join the plush collection lineup. The new stuffed animals will appear in April 2024. [Thanks, Game Watch!]

The plushes will come at varying prices based on their sizes. King Dedede, whose plush is the largest, will cost the highest at ¥2,750 (~$18.57).

The full batch lineup, price listing, and sample images are available right below. All prices are listed in Japanese yen and already include the Japanese 10% consumption tax.

  • Waddle Dee: ¥1,760
  • King Dedede: ¥2,750
  • Magolor: ¥1,980
  • Scarfy: ¥1,760
  • Rick: ¥1,980
  • Pon: ¥1,980
  • Con: ¥1,980

Here's a closer look at all the new Kirby plush characters.

San-Ei had previously released the first five plushes featuring Kirby, Gordo, Bronto Burt, Ice Dragon, and Marx in 2021. The company will also restock these plushes in March 2024, but it will raise the prices. For instance, Kirby's plush will go from ¥1,650 to ¥1,760.

This collection will highlight many Kirby characters other than the eponymous protagonist who has been frequently featured in recent merchandise. Good Smile Company has revealed a Pop Up Parade figure of Kirby, and its pre-orders are still open throughout February 2024. Meanwhile, Re-Ment is preparing to release the Kirby Wonder Room dioramas that also include Waddle Dee and Chef Kawasaki.

The second batch of Kirby Kororon Friends plushes will be available in Japan in mid-April 2024.

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PC Invasion - FeedDDD Tuesday, February 6, 2024 6:40 PM
     The fastest way to level up battle pass in MW3It's crunch time again. The end of the Call Of Duty MW3 season is upon us and there are only mere days to level up and complete the Battle Pass. To unlock all the skins, cosmetics, all-important COD points, and other goodies, you need to complete the whole thing and fast. Use XP boosts You've been collecting the damn things for years, and they just sit there in your inventory collecting dust. Well, that's how it goes for me, but I also finish RPGs with every single consumable I've ever found just in case I need it 'later'. Burn through a few XP boosts at the beginning of your sessions to make the most of all the daily challenge boosts, weapon challenges, and weekly challenges. Using them at the beginning of your playtime is always the best, and make sure to focus on them while the XP Boost is active. This will result in levelling up your Battle Pass for MW3 much quicker. Screenshot by PC Invasion You can find the XP boosts on the left o...

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     How to prevent bottleneckingSo it's time to step up your game and buy into Nvidias 40 series of graphics cards. At the time of writing, there are currently nine different iterations of the RTX 40 series. However, do you really need the ballistic speeds of an RTX 4090, or can you save a few dollars and get something a little less powerful? Raw 8k power Money is no object, and you want to play games on your Ultrawide 8k monitor, read your Twitch stream on your second monitor, and watch your Bitcoin farm on your third. You want your eyes to only be treated to the most buttery smooth FPS the world is able to provide while you fly through stutter-free games. Only the best is good enough. The RTX 4090 is the only card for you. The RTX 4090 is the Bugatti of GPUs at the time of writing, and nothing is even coming close to it. AMD is going to have to really pull something out of the bag to challenge the number-one spot. However, this is by far the most expensive RTX 40 series card on the market and will se...

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     Duplicated Resources In PalworldLike any survival building game, Palworld has had its share of duplication glitches. I am usually super skeptical of such things, but after numerous attempts, I can incredulously say that this one really works, and has a decent success rate, too. The Building Duplication Glitch in Palworld This duplication glitch for Palworld revolves around the resources used for building. So you'll need the initial resources for whatever building you're going to duplicate them from. Although this does mean it has a start-up cost, it can be done infinitely and it allows you to duplicate the resources you need the most, such as Ingots, High Quality Pal Oil, all the way up to Pal Metal. You're going to want to choose a structure that requires resources you want to duplicate. I went with the Weapons Assembly Line as it requires 100 Ingots, something I always sorely need. I also had one lying around already, so I disassembled it to get all the resources back so I don't nee...

PC Invasion - FeedDDD Tuesday, February 6, 2024 5:18 PM
     Suicide Squad Kill The Justice League CharactersPerfecting your build is the main endgame goal in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, and that process can be a hassle if you're chasing a specific drop with the right stats. Target farming for certain gear can make the process much easier, but not everything is obtainable this way. How Does Target Farming Work in Suicide Squad KTJL? Screenshot: PC Invasion Once you reach the endgame of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, you can start earning Infamy sets themed around DC villains. The Infamy set in Season Zero is themed around Bane, for example, while Season One's Infamy sets will be themed around Joker, Scarecrow, and Two-Face. Infamy sets grant up to three unique perks as you equip more of them, and they're only obtainable from the game's hardest content. Infamy sets are earned by completing Incursions, endgame missions that require a special currency called Promethium to start. Different Incursions have different gear associated with them...

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     Suicide Squad Kill The Justice League King Shark WinMaintaining a full squad of four characters can be a hassle in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. Most people only want to main one character, but it's important to have each member of the squad leveled up if you want to take on the game's hardest content. Thankfully, leveling up is super easy no matter how far you are in the main story. Whether you're in the process of taking down the Justice League or you're endlessly farming Incursions and chasing better loot in the endgame, you can raise any member of the squad to the maximum level in just a few hours. How to Level Up Fast in Suicide Squad KTJL The best way to level up any character in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is to do as many side missions as possible. If you haven't finished your Support Squad missions, those are the best places to start since they unlock new mechanics, Afflictions, and crafting recipes. There are also repeatable side quests throughout Metropolis that inv...

WGB Tuesday, February 6, 2024 3:56 PM
     The industry might be a little chaotic at the moment, but Nintendo is continuing to quietly and calmly do its thing, seeing positive increases across the board as the Switch becomes the best-selling console in Japan, and closes in on becoming the best-selling console in history, all while posting increase revenue and profit.

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Granblue Fantasy: Relink is more Final Fantasy than Final Fantasy 16.

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MonsterVine Tuesday, February 6, 2024 7:01 PM
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