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Murdered: Soul Suspect finds a witness to the crime

Not quite dead detective Ronan O'Connor is finding it difficult to solve his own murder, but this new trailer for Murdered: Soul Suspect reveals a break in the case: There was a witness to the crime. Murdered is set for PS3, Xbox 360, and PC sometime after March of next year....

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Moon Diver review: Lunar mayhem

Do you remember Strider? I'm not asking if you have a vague awareness of it or even if you've played it -- do you remember the excitement of its arrival on the Sega Genesis? It was the first game to shove eight megabits of memory into a single console cartridge, a fact loudly proclaimed by an...

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Dissidia 012 [duodecim] Final Fantasy review: A tale of souls and buster swords, eternally retold

As far as lumbering, big-budget franchises go, Final Fantasy's a bit of an anomaly. Yes, yes, the giant swords, giant-er hair styles, and comparatively small horse birds contribute to that, but indulge me for a moment while I discuss business trends. In an ocean of same-y sequels where all the...

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Chrono Trigger turns back DS clock on November 25

Thanksgiving this year will include both turkey and time travel, a magical cocktail made possible by Square Enix. The company said that it'll ship its DS throwback to SNES favorite Chrono Trigger in North America on November 25, just two days before families sit down for the annual feast. Giving...

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Square Enix E3 lineup loaded with sequels, remakes

With 2008's edition of E3 just days away, the role-playing steam engine that is Square Enix has revealed what titles that it will spring on press types as they shuffle past. Of the eleven titles on display, the company's lineup this year is noticeably remake and sequel heavy, with over half of the...

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Dissidia: Final Fantasy script longer than Crisis Core's

Another Japanese magazine, Dengeki Playstation, published yet another interview with the Dissdia: Final Fantasy team. The gang consisting of producer Tetsuya Normura, senior director Takeshi Arakawa and planning director Mitsunori Takahashi were present to answer some burning questions fans had...

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The Last Remnant official Japanese website now open

The official site of the The Last Remnant is now online. There's a trailer, a prologue, information on the battle system, 4 characters with voices and 12 screenshots. You can even choose between three different songs as your background music. The game prologue mentions Remnants as ancient artifacts...

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Dissidia: Final Fantasy website updated with story and characters

The Japanese website of Dissidia: Final Fantasy has just been updated with new material. The story, characters, screenshots, credits, and general game information are now available for viewing. Clicking on Story will lead you to a short scene of the Warrior of Light from the original Final Fantasy...

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Kingdom Hearts composer Yoko Shimomura talks PS3 musical freedom

While video game music is no longer simply the series of 'beeps' and 'boops' it was in the past, it has nonetheless remained one of game design's -- groan -- unsung heroes. This isn't lost on tune-focused Music4Games, and in a recent interview with Kingdom Hearts composer Yoko Shimomura, she spoke...

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Final Fantasy IV trailer gets English subtitles

We here at Joystiq HQ are, as you might imagine, savvy world travelers, and therefore have a vast knowledge of the languages of many countries. Swedish, Italian, Esperanto -- one of us (we shall not reveal who) is even fluent in Klingon. Unfortunately, Japanese is one of our weaker subjects,...

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