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Square Enix mini game service

If the recent barrage of games from Square Enix hasn't sated your appetite for all things chocobo-related, you'll want to be signing up for Game Town, their new mini-game service. The site is currently in beta, with Japanese registration forms. Luckily, IGN has posted a guide on how to sign up wit...

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Paper Mario pencilled into the VC release schedule

The N64 version of Paper Mario is soon to hit the Virtual Console, according to a recent magazine article. If you've just finished Super Paper Mario and are after some more dimension-shifting hyper-realism , then this is the place to get it. The 2001 classic is more of an RPG than its younger sibli...

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Crystal Bearers details coming into focus

Square Enix have been tantalising us with a slow drip of info regarding Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Crystal Bearers for a little while now. We've managed to decipher some of the recent interview with Akitoshi Kawazu, the game's executive producer and Toshiyuki Itahana, the director. The game ...

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Be the King of Clubs

Out in the Nevada desert, next to Big Bubba's Burger Bar and Truck Stop, you'll find King of Clubs. A poker joint? Actually it's a mini-golf course complete with pteranodons on poles and spaceships on strings. Don't worry if the locals look a bit strange; how would you look if you lived on an old ...

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Kurikin epidemic on the way

We let you know about Kurikin Nano Island Story last week, now here's the Japanese TV ad for your viewing pleasure. There's also some new stuff about the game on Nintendo's official site. You can take a look at some of the germs you'll be collecting, Pokemon style, on the viewer pictured above. A...

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Karous blasts onto the Wii

Old school gamers rejoice; vertical shoot-em-up Karous is headed for the Wii. Karous was released a couple of months ago on the Dreamcast and currently stands as the last game released on the system. We've already talked about how many classic shooters are available on the Virtual Console, so it's n...

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Germs: Gotta catch 'em all

Nintendo's Japanese website has been updated with details of Kurikin Nano Island Story for the DS. A few videos and screens demonstrate the soon to be released game, which has a definite whiff of Pokémon about it. Taking on the role of a student at Nano Academy, players must collect bacteria ...

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Grab your Diskarmor: Rygar's back

The guys at Tecmo are bringing Rygar back to our screens. Last seen on the PS2, the Rygar games are set in mythical worlds, filled with Gods, Titans and that sort of thing. The game's motto is 'New Hero, New Enemies, Swing Action.' The new hero can be seen in the concept art above, wielding the Dis...

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Google is watching you

Google has invented a system for monitoring the habits of online gamers. The technology is intended to track gaming habits in order to make in-game advertising more relevant to users. It's targeted at all online platforms, including Wii. Apparently our playing habits can reveal all sorts of info...

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Final Fantasy IV: Vocalist wanted

The official website for the recently revealed DS remake of Final Fantasy IV is now online. There's the usual logo and intro music by Nobuo Uematsu. If you're in Japan this summer, you can audition for the chance to sing the game's vocal track. You need to be over eighteen and have a voice that ...

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