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PSN Fall Sale kicks off tomorrow; DeathSpank, Peace Walker and more half price

If you've still got a few bills or coins tucked betwixt the cushions of your couch that have managed to go unspent in this deal-heavy season, you might want to hold them tight until tomorrow, when Sony kicks off the PSN Fall Sale. The week-long promotion will cut the prices of select downloadable...

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Amazon discounts Crystal Bearers, other Square Enix oddities

At a $20 price point, we'd have no problem recommending Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers to any Wii owner looking for a totally unique new experience. Luckily, Amazon has dropped Square Enix's telekinetic adventure to just that price as part of its Deal of the Day. In...

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CESA: 5.2 million illegal downloads of Dissidia: Final Fantasy in Japan

Siliconera has some more insight on those Consumer Entertainment Software Association piracy figures, and while the "money lost" totals are still a little inflated (it's very hard to agree with the sentiment that all pirated software would otherwise have been purchased legitimately at full price if...

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GameStop's 'GameDays' sale includes cheap Assassin's Creed 2 and more

GameStop's annual GameDays promotion has started up once again, bringing a pretty good selection of discounted games. Perhaps the best deal in the whole lineup is Assassin's Creed 2, available on both Xbox 360 and PS3 for $29.99. Other exciting deals on those systems include Fallout 3 for $20,...

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Best of the Rest: Andrew's Picks of 2009

Flower This year had a number of terrific downloadable games (this list is a testament to that), however no game -- retail or digital -- connected with me like Flower. Jenova Chen's flOw was an interesting experiment, but Flower is an actual game. In fact, Flower is one of the few experiences I...

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Best of the Rest: Griffin's Picks of 2009

DJ Hero What started out as tepid fascination in DJ Hero quickly turned into a deep, passionate love. I initially thought it was just another rhythm game knock-off with an obtuse peripheral and a too-high price point. However, as my turntabling improved, my fondness for the game multiplied. Based...

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Swag Saturday: Final Fantasy spinoff pack (PSP)

If you're like us, you're ready for The Future of Digital Entertainment™ and want to get rid of all that silly, antiquated physical media still laying around the house. We're using some for coasters (something's gotta hold our Zima!), some for Halloween treats later this month, and some for...

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Upload your Dissidia smackdowns to Square's site

Was your recent aerial quarrel with Ultimecia in Dissidia: Final Fantasy particularly thrilling? Are you doing the world a disservice by hording the replay footage for yourself? Don't let this burden hang on your shoulders for a second longer -- Square Enix's official Dissidia site now supports...

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Review: Dissidia: Final Fantasy (PSP)

Dissidia: Final Fantasy is just okay. While the time I spent with the game's combat was certainly fun, if repetitive at times, a truly awful story and seemingly arbitrary customization options weigh down an otherwise decent fighting game. After 10 hours and a handful of characters, I was left...

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Japan getting international version of Dissidia, coincides with PSP Go launch

Square Enix is planning on tapping into a time-tested recipe for success in the Japanese games market -- if a game you release is overwhelmingly successful, then ... release it again! This time around, the title receiving the revamp treatment is the soon-to-be-released-in-America RPG brawler,...

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