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Dissidia Final Fantasy New Gameplay Video Showcases Bartz, Squall

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Even though Dissidia Final Fantasy, the new entry of the series launching this year in Japanese arcades, has yet to be confirmed for home consoles, fans of the Square Enix series have been eagerly anticipating every bit of news on the playable characters that the new fighting game will include.

Yesterday it’s been confirmed that two characters who have been playable in the previous PSP games will also be available in the new Dissidia Final Fantasy arcade game – Bartz from Final Fantasy V and Squall from Final Fantasy VIII. Gameplay footage of both characters has been made available online a few hours ago in a new video which also details the most recent location test for the game which has been held in Japan not too long ago. You can find the Bartz and Squall footage from the 46:35 mark of the video at the end of this post.

Another Dissidia Final Fantasy gameplay video has been made available online around a week ago. The video showcases several of the confirmed playable characters  – Warrior of Light from Final Fantasy I, Onion Knight from Final Fantasy III, Terra from Final Fantasy VI, Cloud from Final Fantasy VII and Y’shtola from Final Fantasy XIV.

Even though the full initial roster has yet to be confirmed in full, we already know Dissidia Final Fantasy is going to feature 14 characters at launch, with more characters getting added with future updates. Among the characters that will be made available after launch is Ramza Beoulve, main characters of the tactical role playing game Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions.

Dissidia Final Fantasy is currently set for a Fall 2015 release in Japanese arcades. While a console version has been confirmed, chances are high for a PlayStation 4 version as the arcade version uses the console’s hardware. A home console release, however, will only come some time after the arcade version launches.

As a long time gamer, Francesco has survived more zombie invasions, meteor strikes, magic spells than he can count. He still keeps fighting today to bring hope into countless gaming worlds. Or destruction, depending on his mood. Writing about video games was only the natural step for such a dangerous life.

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PS5 Alone in the Dark Reboot Stars Jodie Comer, David Harbour This Halloween

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On October 25, 2023, THQ Nordic’s Alone in the Dark reboot will star Killing Eve’s Jodie Comer and Stranger Things’ David Harbour. Comer will play Emily Hartwood, while Harbour will play Edward Carnaby.

The demo, loosely based on the 1992 original, is available for download from the PS Store. This prologue, starring supporting character Grace Saunders, is inspired by Alone in the Dark 2’s Jack in the Dark demo and allows you to explore the Derceto Mansion.

The showcase didn’t focus on combat, but previous showings have shown a frantic over-the-shoulder shooter, and developer Pieces Interactive promises a variety of puzzles. Depending on how much guidance you want, you can adjust the difficulty.

We’re excited about the final product. Alone in the Dark hasn’t been respected in recent years, despite its huge influence. A compelling reboot that updates the 1992 classic looks to put the franchise back on track.

 

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Warhammer RTS Realms of Ruin Masses for PS5 Invasion

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Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Realms of Ruin, a new real-time strategy game where players command one of four warring factions, is coming to PS5 in the grimdark future.

PlayStation’s strategy gaming renaissance makes us feel like we’re living in the best possible time for console gamers who love command. Realms of Ruin could be a cool addition if it succeeds. As fans know, Warhammer games are unfortunately inconsistent in quality, so we’ll reserve judgment until we see some gameplay.

Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Realms of Ruin: your thoughts? What do you think of Age of Sigmar’s controversial rebranding in general?

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One of PS5’s Worst Games Is The Lord of the Rings: Gollum

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According to Metacritic, The Lord of the Rings: Gollum is the worst-rated game of 2023, setting a new low for AAA releases. OpenCritic’s story is similar. See our video or written review to understand why.

Only eFootball was more universally hated. Balan Wonderworld and Babylon’s Fall are other villains in that awful rogue’s gallery.

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