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Shin Megami Tensei IV Final Gets New Magazine Scan

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Earlier this week Atlus has revealed that a new entry of the Shin Megami Tensei series is currently in the works and that it will be released in just a few months on Nintendo 3DS. The new entry of the series is called Shin Megami Tensei IV Final and it will be a brand new game set in the Shin Megami Tensei IV world and not an enhanced version of the original game as originally speculated.

A few hours ago a new magazine scan taken from the latest issue of Famitsu has emerged online, showcasing some of the Shin Megami Tensei IV Final characters, demons and more. The character design is slightly different from the Shin Megami Tensei IV one, but those who have loved the setting of the original will surely like the new game as well. You can check out this week’s Famitsu coverage of Shin Megami Tensei IV Final by going here.

As mentioned above, Shin Megami Tensei IV Final will be a new game of the series set in the same world of Shin Megami Tensei IV. The game has been described as a multi-story and multi-ending sequel to the original Shin Megami Tensei IV, with players having to select partners from a group of comrades. All characters will come with unique skills that will be quite helpful to players during battles.

Unfortunately, not much else is currently known about Shin Megami Tensei IV Final. Producer Kazuki Yamai has confirmed that the game is 90% complete and that the team has made several improvements to the Shin Megami Tensei IV formula thanks to player feedback. Among the improvements made to the game are changes to controls and demon conversations.

Shin Megami Tensei IV Final will launch on Nintendo 3DS in Japan on February 10th 2016. There are currently no news on a possible Western release at the time but more on the matter is surely going to emerge soon so stay tuned for all the latest news.

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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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In Spider-Man 2, Player Unconventionally Free Roams as Venom

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One player found an unusual way to roam Marvel’s Spider-Man 2’s New York City as Venom again. However, intentionally crashing your game during a story segment requires nerves of steel, so we wouldn’t recommend it. Possible Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 spoilers!

UnderTheHood788 explained their method, which involves reaching a cutscene that switches players to Peter. They unplugged their PS5 when the screen blanked while switching to fidelity mode. As the game renders slower, fidelity mode was used. Players get Don’t Be Scared, a mission without an objective, after reloading the last save.

UnderTheHood788 advises, “Wait a bit and go to an unidentified target mission or talon drone mission to become Venom. Reload and become Venom, committing crimes against hunters, the flame, thugs, and even symbiotes. Bases are possible.”

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If you like causing carnage, get a move on—Insomniac will spoil the fun in the next update. This indirect approach—what do you think?

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Avatar Frontiers of Pandora Could Influence Future Films

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On December 7, Ubisoft’s Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora hits PS5. Fans can expect new creatures, characters, and storylines that are influencing other Avatar projects as part of James Cameron’s canon.

Massive Entertainment director Magnus Jansén told IGN that the game’s new Western Frontier region—from plants to Na’vi clans—is now Avatar lore: “The Western Frontier is no less a part of the world of Avatar than what’s in the movies.” Jansén says one of their creations is in an Avatar exhibition, but most excitingly, “there is already some talk about maybe using some of the stuff that we did in the upcoming movies.”

Jon Landau, producer of the Avatar films, said: “I think clans are a perfect thing to someday try to weave into the movies. However, new environments follow. Go and say, “Okay, let’s explore what you did in the video game in the movie.” Frontiers of Pandora introduces the Aranahe, Zeswa, and Kame’tire Na’vi clans.

In addition, Lightstorm VP of franchise development Joshua Izzo teased: “I can say that there are going to be some future sequel elements in Frontiers of Pandora that will pay off when the movie comes out when Avatar 3 comes out in 2025. Because of ’25, careful Avatar fans may want to revisit certain things.

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CDPR’s Live-Action Cyberpunk 2077 Not Due Until 2025

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CD Projekt’s live-action Cyberpunk 2077 won’t arrive until 2025. In the company’s latest earnings call, the PM project was only mentioned as not expected in 2024.

During a call with IGN, chief commercial officer Michał Nowakowski stated that the company will continue to promote the game and develop the Cyberpunk IP through activities beyond the game.

Nowakowski said, “We’re not really discussing specifics here, but one of the obvious things that we have announced, not happening next year, but going to be developed or moved in the direction next year, is the project we have announced with Anonymous Content.”

Anonymous Content, which produced Crime & Punishment, True Detective, and Mr. Robot, seems like a good fit to bring Night City’s mean streets to life. We don’t know if the project will be a TV show, movie, game adaptation, or standalone story.

Would you attend a live-action Cyberpunk event? Would you like it in what form? Jackie and V lost six months. With Johny Silverhand, Behind the Music?

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