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On one hand, we at DualShockers are very bummed that Final Fantasy VII Remake got delayed. On the other hand, the recent swell of attention and news is driving a ton of new and impressive FFVII cosplay. And some of the best of the bunch? New takes on fan-favorite Tifa Lockhart, including a fantastic photoshoot from cosplayer Shade Cramer
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Our peers at Dengeki Online published an interview with Aquaplus following the announcement of the second and third Utawarerumono games’ Steam ports,  Mask of Deception, and Mask of Truth. The end of the interview has Aquaplus mentioning multiple new Utawarerumono console games are in development: “We’re working on multiple console games. We hope you’ll play
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Dimensional Ink Games’ was recently founded as part of Daybreak Game Company’s “Franchise First” initiative, and its focus at inception is on both DC Universe Online and an unannounced action MMO. DC Universe Online is still going strong; in fact, Daybreak is pleased with the results from its recent Nintendo Switch release. While Executive Producer
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Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath HD has launched on Nintendo Switch today, bringing the 2005 classic to a modern console. However, while reviewing the game there was a noticeable lack of subtitles present. DualShockers learned that the game will be getting full subtitle support shortly after launch. Throughout Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath HD, there’s a plethora of dialogue that takes
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Daybreak Game Company, the developer formerly known as Sony Online Entertainment, juggles several different MMO franchises including PlanetSide, DC Universe Online and EverQuest. In order to give each of these franchises more creative freedom, Daybreak’s “franchise first initiative” has created dedicated studios created for all three of the aforementioned franchises. The three studios are now
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Have you had an overwhelming desire to don an eye patch and break into ’24 Hour Cindarella’? It looks like SEGA has you covered. Following the release of Yakuza: Like a Dragon in Japan, SEGA has released every Yakuza game soundtrack on Spotify. In other words, it’s karaoke time. Noticed first by the Yakuza community on Reddit, the SEGA Sound Team
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Back in September of last year, Frogwares revealed that many of its games, including Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments, were delisted from digital storefronts by Focus Home Interactive. The developer had been concerned that their flagship title Sherlock Holmes would not be salvageable due to various technical reasons. But a small internal team worked to
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In an interview with Gamesindustry.biz, Bruce Straley, game director on 2013’s The Last of Us, says games can be character driven and compelling even without shooting. “Can you create a game that’s as interesting and character-driven and compelling as an Uncharted story or Last of Us story without shooting? I think you can,” says Straley.
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While the Utawarerumono series originated on PC in 2002, its more recent entries have avoided the platform. Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception and Utawarerumono: Mask of Truth only released for PS3, PS4, and PS Vita and they both came westward with the help of Atlus in 2017. Today, DMM Games’ localization team ShiraVN revealed that Utawarerumono:
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Were you (among the many) let down by Fallout 76? Are you wishing you were in the good ol’ Fallout days–specifically Fallout: New Vegas? Well you’re in luck — the Fallout 4 mod project that is adding in New Vegas is around the corner. Titled Fallout 4 New Vegas, the development team of modders is recreating and remastering New Vegas within the Fallout 4 engine. Even better,
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While many of us are holding our breath for the upcoming Final Fantasy VII Remake, others are using their anticipation in more creative outlets. Married cosplayers Natalia and Alexy Kochetkov (Narga and Aoki Lifestream, respectively) have created a photoshoot between FFVII series favorite Aerith and Zack that look so realistic, I would have thought it was a leaked
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King of Cards and Showdown will be completing the Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove package next week. Prior to then, DualShockers caught up with Yacht Club Games to reflect on the game’s development and lengthy post-launch support. While you can expect the full interview tomorrow, David D’Angelo from Yacht Club Games did reveal something surprising to
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