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Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remake Completes The Mobile Remasters This February

9 February, 2022 by

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Square Enix have announced the sixth and final entry into the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster series will release on iOS, Android and Steam on the 23rd February. If you’ve already purchased the bundle featuring all six original titles, then this will unlock on the same day.

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The Gallery – A New FMV Game Releasing On Consoles, PC & In Cinemas In April

11 January, 2022 by

Full Motion Videos, or FMVs were penned as the future of video games back in the late 80s. By the late 90s, they’d have all but died out but with the advent of high-def gaming and a reduction in costs to make films, FMVs are coming back in a big way. Enter, The Gallery, an interactive game from Aviary Studios that is not only seeing a release across all consoles, PC and mobile devices, but is also heading to the Silver Screen. Let’s have a look and see what it’s all about.

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After 18 Years, RuneScape Says Bye-bye To The Duel Arena

4 January, 2022 by

RuneScape has seen it’s fair share of shake ups but levelling The Duel Arena has been it’s biggest change for a while. The old PvP combat area which originally launching in 2004 has been flattened to make way for a new way to upskill your characters and mix with other players, turning the competitive arena into a co-operative place to play.

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Niantic Announces Second Pokémon Go Community Day For January

4 January, 2022 by

Pokémon Go players have been treated to a lot of in-game events over the last few months, monsters sporting Christmas and New Year’s hats have taken over the app and there’s a variety of rewards to enjoy for completing tasks relating to the Season of Heritage. Today, Niantic have announced a second community day later in January featuring Pokémon #001 – Bulbasaur.

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Alien: Isolation Gets Mobile Port – Out In December

19 November, 2021 by

Sega and Creative Assembly have announced that one of the best survival horror games of recent times, Alien: Isolation, has been ported to both iOS and Android devices by Feral Interactive and will release in December. This is great news if you’ve not already been scared to death on PC or Consoles.

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Rec Rally Brings Vehicles to Social Game Rec Room Today

29 September, 2021 by

Developers Rec Room Inc, have finally released one of the most requested features of Rec Room as Rec Rally brings the vehicles to the game/social network. This update joins the free to play social network and releases across a wide variety of platforms – Android, iOS, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, Steam & Oculus Quest 1 & 2.

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Gamescom 2021 Indie Booth Presents: Inked

24 August, 2021 by

After originally launching on PC in 2018, and with mobile versions releasing earlier in the year, it is finally time for the consoles to get some love when Inked is set free on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 & Xbox One in just three days (that’s 27th August). If you think the hero image looks good, wait till you see it in motion.

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Mortal Kombat 11 Sells Through 12 Million Copies

27 July, 2021 by

As development to Mortal Kombat 11 comes to an end and the attention turns to the future of the series, NetherRealm Studios and Warner Bros Games have announced that the latest entry in the near-30 year old saga has reached a staggering 12 Million copies sold. This includes both digital and physical copies sold since the game’s release in 2019.

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Final Fantasy I, II & III Pixel Remasters Secure July Release

1 July, 2021 by

When Square Enix announced at E3 that they are working on HD remasters of the first six Final Fantasy games, there was a short lived celebration as the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster collection was revealed to be coming to mobile systems and Steam. Today they’ve announced that the first three titles in the series will be releasing at the end of the month.

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VGamingNews Headlines 6th April 2021

6 April, 2021 by

We hope everyone had a lovely Easter holiday and managed to make use of the extra days off to eat chocolate and play video games. If you had to work, we hope that you weren’t too rushed. As there has been a long weekend, the video game announcements are a little on the light side, but we do have a few new games that are worth keeping an eye on.

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