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On the day we lucky folk on the European side of the pond get our hands on World of Final Fantasy, Square Enix have unleashed a brand new trailer for next month's Final Fansaty XV.
Entitled Omen, it shows a possible future, which looks almost as catastrophic as the one we may well face if Donald Trump says mean things about Vladimir Putin's mum.
It's been made in collaberation with Digic Studios, who are the team behind Kingsglave, and according to Square Enix is an "epic production that can only be described as a nightmare for the struggling Noctis".
You can check it out right here, right now, and join in the excitement for when the game drops at the back end of next month.
The internet has been falling over itself with Red Dead Redemption 2 this week, and finally the wait is over for that promised trailer, it's here and you can watch it now.
Aside from the stunning backdrops, and grand theft cowboy based fun, we know that the game is coming out in Fall next year, but there's a little bit more that has come direct from Playstation Blog.
The game will have "select online" content that will hit PS4 first, and the game has been (in their words) handcrafted to take adantage of the PS4. Also, the game will have online multiplayer features, and that's about it for now.
Lastly, Rockstar have announced that the game's predecessor, Red Dead Redemption will be coming to Sony's PlayStation Now service, meaning that we'll be hearing the collective screams from a disgruntled Xbox community who just lost their backwards compatibility exclusive.
More on this as we have it, but for now...YEEHAW!
After months of speculation, and after many bitter comments about how the Wii U failed harder than Donald Trump would at a women's rights rally, Nintendo have finally announced their next console.
It was codnamed Nintendo NX, and this time it's called Wii Thrii! OK, that was a lie, it's actually called Nintendo Switch, and aside from having a name that makes sense, shows that the company seem to be distancing themselves from the Wii brand, and finally given me a reason to use that awful Wii Thrii pun. Twice...
So, what do we know about the console? So far, the rumours of it being able to switch (see what they did there?) between console and portable mode, the Nintendo Switch are true, also the Nintendo Switch looks to be very versatile, with a controller that can be pulled apart, fitted to the sides and played much like the Linx range of gaming tablets.
We also see in their official video, which you can watch right here, right now that the console will take a card, much like the 3DS does, and that it will be release in March next year.
Have Nintendo pulled something special out of the bag, and given us something which could well be a saviour for the brand? Only time will tell. We've yet to see spec, price, launch games, and the usual important information we need, but for now we can check out 3 minutes of something that looks rather promising indeed.