Monday, February 20, 2017

News:: Review: Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin

Not that you need any more reminders, but dang, it sure has been a while since the first Psychonauts. More than a decade later, Double Fine's funny psychic-power platformer has stuck with us, thanks in part to re-releases and also the uplifting fact that a full-on sequel is in production at the studio.

Before Psychonauts 2, though, we're off on an excursion with Rhombus of Ruin, a first-person puzzle-adventure title created for PlayStation VR. This game is meant to bridge Psychonauts and its forthcoming sequel, but don't let that timeline deter you if you haven't yet played the original. Even though existing fans who already know (and probably love) these characters will be at a clear advantage to get more out of Rhombus of Ruin, it works as a standalone experience. Quite well, I might add!

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News:: This year's DICE Summit will feature a game dev Quake tournament

The DICE Summit is an annual get-together for game developers to discuss ideas for new games and emerging technology within the industry. While it doesn't hold much for the mainstream gaming public, it looks like the executives in charge of organizing the event have decided to shake things up for 2017. This year, a one-on-one Quake tournament will be held and streamed at the convention for all to see.

The contestants include a lot of game industry professionals with the likes of Sean Dunn, Ted Price, Tim Willits, and Randy Pitchford participating. There doesn't seem to be any prize, just a chance to see developers at play (and possibly a smug sense of superiority when they suck). I'm pretty sure Tim Willits would win, seeing as how he works for the company that created Quake. The full lineup is as follows:

This year's DICE Summit will feature a game dev Quake tournament screenshot


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News:: Claim your Nintendo Switch online account name right now

We're a little over a week away from Nintendo releasing its next console, the Switch, and the company is prepping the launchpad. If you want to secure your Nintendo Account user ID for the system, now's the time to do so. Apparently this replaces the Nintendo Network ID from previous consoles, according to the ever-vigilant Wario64. That's not confusing or anything. If you manage to get your account set up (a few of us here are just being hit with password-reset pages), let us know in the comments.

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News:: 'Rogue Legacy' studio returns with a retro co-op brawler

The developer behind hit indie game Rogue Legacy has a new title coming in 2017: Full Metal Furies. The teaser trailer shows off a brawler with a retro aesthetic, four unique classes of female protagonists, and a serious sense of humor.

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News:: PSA: You can select your Nintendo ID before the Switch comes out

It doesn't seem to be common knowledge, but sometime over the last couple of days, Nintendo opened up the section of their website that allows you to select your online name. You can change your user ID any time, and it will be attached to your Nintendo account. For some reason, you won't automatically be assigned the name already associated with your Nintendo Network ID (NNID). Fortunately, it's not too difficult to set it up, so I'll walk you through it using my own ID as an example. 

If you haven't set up a Nintendo ID and/or My Nintendo account before to use the Wii U or 3DS, you'll need to do that first. After that's done, head to, and look for the "User ID" section. Click the Edit button, as shown.

If you've set up 2-factor identification, the website will send a verification code to the email address on file. It may also require you to change your password if you haven't logged in for a while. Once you've entered the verification, you'll be returned to the screen above and will be able to request your desired username. Usernames have to have at least six characters, and as you might expect there are filters in place to prevent usernames from having any slurs or profanity in them. 

Once you have your desired name in place, it will show up on this page, and will presumably be shown underneath your chosen avatar icon on the Switch's version of a friends list. If you're unhappy with the name you chose, you can always come back and change it later. That's all there is to it. What name will you be going by?

PSA: You can select your Nintendo ID before the Switch comes out screenshot


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News:: Former NBA player Rick Fox explains why he invested big in eSports

Los Angeles Laker almost-great Rick Fox isn't spending his retirement like most former players do. He's the owner of the eSports team Echo Fox, an umbrella with eight teams and 35 players under it. That's a noteworthy investment from a former professional athlete, a class of people who are incredibly likely to disregard the notion that competitive video game players are also athletes.

Fox's venture was profiled on The Players' Tribune today. Normally, The Players' Tribune's pieces are of little value. It's a collection of ghostwritten softballs, a place for Derek Jeter to say "baseball's a part of my family" or for Carson Wentz to say "We play a special brand of football up in North Dakota." The kind of stuff that makes you reflexively pantomime a jerkoff motion. But, for as obnoxiously filtered as it all is, there's usually a good anecdote or two.

The piece starts with Fox describing a raucous arena. The reader is meant to think it's during a college rivalry game or an NBA playoff series. It's not. It's during the League of Legends championships. Fox says this is the moment when he knew he had to invest in eSports -- both as a smart business opportunity and as a chance to bond with his son.

The rest plays out like every Players' Tribune article plays out. It inflates Fox's purpose while also portraying him as personable and relatable. But, there are some highlights that are worth pointing out.

Maybe the thing that would most surprise non-eSports followers is this quote from Fox:

Former NBA player Rick Fox explains why he invested big in eSports screenshot


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News:: Here They Lie won't require PlayStation VR after the next update

I played a little of Here They Lie during the PlayStation VR's launch period last year, but never felt compelled to return and wrap things up. I might just have to do that soon -- the horror game is being updated with better head tracking, sharper visuals, and a chapter select on February 21.

That's the least surprising piece of news here, though. On that same day, Tangentlemen is also making the game accessible for folks who do not own a PlayStation VR. From that point on, you'll be able to play on PS4 or PS4 Pro with the new "Standard" version of Here They Lie. What's more, current game owners will have access to this VR-less option in the aforementioned free update.

"Here They Lie is also getting an insanely juicy PS4 Pro patch on the same day! That means 4K (users need a 4K display device to view in 4K) / HDR support for the Standard version of the game, and an all-around higher quality render-mode for PS4 Pro on PS VR. Better shadows, post-processing effects, dynamic flashlight shadows, and ambient occlusion!"

Realistically, it might be too late for me and this game after Resident Evil 7, but this is a great move for VR and non-VR players alike. The developers easily could've moved on to a new project by now.

Here They Lie Updated with PS4 and PS4 Pro Support on February 21 [PlayStation Blog]

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News:: AI turns Game Boy Camera photos into decent shots

Many people have fond memories of using the Game Boy Camera, but to call its low-resolution black-and-white shots "photos" would be... generous. Don't tell that to Roland Meertens, though. He recently devised a neural network that turns Game Boy Camera images into more presentable pictures. He trained the AI to clean up, colorize and fill in details for images by feeding it thousands of photos reduced to Game Boy-level image quality. The results aren't exactly good enough to frame for posterity, but they're far easier on the eyes.

Via: Prosthetic Knowledge (Tumblr)

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News:: You can pre-load this week's Ghost Recon Wildlands open beta

Impressions out of the Ghost Recon Wildlands closed beta haven't been all that encouraging, but I did see some people say they were thankful for having tried it anyway. The early hands-on time told them what they needed to know about the open-world shooter, which is that there's something to its co-op sandbox, but ultimately, it falls short of reaching its potential. Maybe it'll get there one day.

If you're curious to see what if anything Ubisoft has changed going into the open beta, you can start downloading the game client now. It's available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Steam, and Uplay, and the open beta is scheduled to run from Thursday, February 23 to Monday, February 27.

Pre-loading has become fairly common, but it's not always a guarantee, so this is nice to see.

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News:: Best Presidents Day gaming laptop deals: Alienware, Lenovo, HP, and more

Finally thinking of retiring ye ol' current gaming laptop? Struggling to play the latest titles at non-blurry graphics settings? This Presidents Day we're spotting some decent and great gaming laptop deals from major manufacturers, from more-reasonably-priced Alienware laptops to HP and Dell budget rigs.

In the best value-vs.-performance department we have two sub-$800 gaming laptop picks: Dell has an Inspiron 15 7000 series gaming laptop at $782.49 after a $50 coupon (SAVE50). It comes with a Quad Core i5-7300HQ Kaby Lake 7th-gen processor, GeForce GTX 1050 Ti, and a 256GB SSD. Over at HP, they are discounting the Omen 15t with Quad Core i7-7700HQ and GeForce GTX 1050 to only $799.99 (no coupon required). Both of these machines will run modern games without a sweat at medium or high settings.

The straight-up value champion from the list of 15 laptops below? HP's Pavilion 15t which sports a Quad Core i5-7300HQ 3.5Ghz Kaby Lake 7th-gen processor along with a GTX 1050 for only $689.99 (use code LIBERTY17 for $10 off). It's very similar spec-wise to the Dell 15 mentioned above, but you're looking at a non-Ti GPU (slightly lower clock), plus a regular hard disk drive compared to the SSD found in the Dell. 

In the pricier and today-only department, all the Alienware machines are at a steeper-than-usual discount, but the deals are fairly limited in terms of time frame. The new Alienware 15 R3 with Core i7-7700HQ and a GTX 1060 is "only" $1,299.99. While pricey, this model comes with a sexy 300-nits IPS panel with G-SYNC enable -- a rare feature in a laptop. The deal is today-only, won't stack with coupons, and is currently 84% claimed as of writing.

*Note: Deals with an asterisk are today-only and will expire after tonight.


Use code: SAVE50


Use code: SAVE50


Use code: LIBERTY17



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News:: Rogue Legacy developer's next game aims to make you 'rethink what a brawler could be'

If there's a genre of games that doesn't require much thinking, it's brawlers. Those games typically ask that you punch and shoot everything on the screen, and then move forward to do it again. Subtlety and nuance and strategy are not its fortes; finding a baseball bat and then hitting someone with it is hardly a mentally-tasking gameplan.

Cellar Door, the developer of 2013's Rogue Legacy, has a take on brawlers that it says will make you "rethink what a brawler could be." That's Full Metal Furies, a game that supports four-player cooperative play both locally and online. It's coming to PC and Xbox One sometime this year.

The hook to Full Metal Furies seems to be that it leans on asymmetrical play from its four heroes as a means to methodically attack the opposition. For instance, some enemies might have barriers that one hero needs to eliminate before the others can join in the fray. That's hopefully an overly simplistic example, though; it's hardly an original idea.

Another major bullet point is that two characters can be selected for solo play. They can be switched out on the fly, to make use of different combinations of abilities. Also, one can revive the other if they go down.

Other systems in Full Metal Furies are: RPG mechanics for leveling up the heroes, blueprints to further customize their style of attacks, and secret puzzles (we don't yet know the point of these). Cellar Door says that it's probably 15 to 20 hours in length, and about as difficult as Rogue Legacy.

The rest of the game's broad outline can be seen on the Full Metal Furies page of Cellar Door's site. We'll have to wait to see if this is the sly subversion that it's said to be. Right now it seems like a stylish brawler with some neat mechanics -- but probably not something that will make us rethink a genre that hardly requires any thinking in the first place.

Full Metal Furies [Cellar Door]

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News:: The Simon Optix headset gave me a headache

The classic game of Simon is a test of memory and reflexes. How long a sequence can you remember, and how fast can you repeat it? The new Optix headset turns it into a test of stamina as well: How long can you stand having flashing lights directly in front of your face?

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News:: Look for Nioh's free PvP update and first DLC in April

You know that feeling when you get a new game and you become deeply, terribly invested in it as if it's some sort of curse you have to take with you to the grave? A week in, you pause for a rare moment of reflection. You wonder how you could've possibly spent dozens of hours in this game, count your blessings that your wrists aren't irreversibly shattered (yet), and continue on. That was Nioh for me.

Thankfully, Nioh is literally and figuratively out of my system right now, but I know I'll be back. Team Ninja has plans for DLC and updates, some of which were made clear on a Koei Tecmo live stream.

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News:: Yoku's Island Express looks like pure fun

There are some combinations that just make sense and are easy to see: chocolate and peanut butter, phones and cameras, Sonny and Cher.

Then there are those combos that you didn't know you wanted until some brave soul put them together: bacon and donuts. Frisbee and golf, Metroidvania and pinball.

Metroidvania is perhaps my favorite game genre and I will play any pinball game that comes across my path, yet I never thought of mashing the two of them up before I saw this trailer for Yoku's Island Express.

Yoku's Island Express looks like pure fun screenshot


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News:: The sequel to 'Alto's Adventure' arrives this summer

Last week, Snowman -- developer of beloved snowboarding game Alto's Adventure -- announced that its next game, Where Cards Fall, would be out this fall. However, we're going to get another game from the studio before that. Alto's Odyssey, the sequel to Alto's Adventure is set to launch this summer. From the brief teaser trailer released today, it looks like Odyssey will change things up in at least one significant way: Alto and his crew will be visiting the desert.

Source: Built By Snowman

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News:: Chroma Squad coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in May

Although Chroma Squad is a game that lets you simulate your own tokusatsu (essentially the "person in rubber suits" genre) show with influences drawn from Japanese shows like Kamen Rider and Super Sentai, Behold Studios ran into a bit of legal trouble with Power Rangers licensor Saban and now has to add in an "inspired by Saban's Power Rangers" into every mention of the game. I'm glad they were able to sort through all of that craziness, and after being announced last year, Chroma Squad's console release now has release window. 

After coming out two years ago on PC, Bandai Namco confirms Chroma Squad will come to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in May. And only to those two consoles. Bandai Namco also confirmed the Vita version in the works has been cancelled. 

It's a shame since this would've been the perfect game to play on the go, too. RIP Vita. 

Chroma Squad coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in May screenshot

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News:: 8-4 won't be handling Xenoblade Chronicles 2's localization

It's a bit weird for me that we're getting a new Xenoblade Chronicles game in the first year of the Nintendo Switch. Barring any unforeseen delays, we'll be returning to this wonderfully expansive sci-fi world once more before the end of 2017. I thoroughly enjoyed the original game on the Wii and was fascinated by Xenoblade Chronicles X, but I know with the later game there was a lot of frustration with the localization.

If you were one of the people who didn't care for X's translation in the west, know the team behind that job, 8-4, won't be doing it for Xenoblade Chronicles 2. On Twitter, company co-founder John Ricciardi told a fan who was hoping 8-4 would be localizing the game that his company is "busy on other stuff."

There is currently no word on who will be doing the localization this time around.

Xenoblade Chronicles 2's Localization Will Not Be Handled By 8-4 [Siliconera]

8-4 won't be handling Xenoblade Chronicles 2's localization screenshot

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News:: Man, Nintendo Switch game cases sure do stand out

Seeing the Nintendo Switch in person at a tradeshow was all the proof I needed that the concept worked. Sure the Joy-Con might not be as comfortable for some games as a Pro Controller, but as a whole, the system is sleek and I came away impressed.

That includes the game cases, which are a blast from the portable past -- well, the not so distant past of the PSP. Note that they basically don't have any flair, and are the polar opposite of the UMD and instruction manual-stuffed PSP cases. Nope, just a tiny little cart and no literature. It works for me, but I will miss those little Club Nintendo inserts (RIP).

The system, also unlike its counterparts, doesn't vie for living room attention. It's small, and begs you to take it on the go, even if it's upstairs for a quick Zelda-in-bed session (oh, it's happening). Although I can't really say much more right now, you can take a look at some comparison shots in the gallery below.

Expect our full hardware and Zelda impressions to come shortly before launch.

Man, Nintendo Switch game cases sure do stand out screenshot


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News:: Nioh's William joins the cast of Musou Stars

The last time I wrote about Musou Stars (an anniversary musou drawing from many Koei Tecmo properties), community member Enou wondered if we'd see Nioh's William Adams added to the roster. I figured they'd be correct, but wasn't sure if William would be lucky enough to be part of the initial character line-up and instead relegated to DLC. But I'm glad to be wrong in this case. 

Announced on a Nioh live-stream (and caught by Gematsu), Koei Tecmo announced William as the final character. Here's the full Musou Stars line-up: 

  • Tamaki (Original character)
  • Shiki (Original character)
  • Setsuna (Original character)
  • Zhao Yun - Dynasty Warriors
  • Wang Yuanji - Dynasty Warriors
  • Ouka - Toukiden
  • Sophie - Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book
  • Yukimura Sanada - Samurai Warriors
  • Ryu Hayabusa - Ninja Gaiden
  • Hajime Arima - Harukanaru Toki no Naka de
  • Kasumi - Dead or Alive
  • Millenia - Deception
  • Plachta - Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book
  • Mitsunari Ishida - Samurai Warriors
  • Horo - Toukiden
  • Darius - Harukanaru Toki no Naka de
  • Opoona - Opoona
  • Marie Rose - Dead or Alive
  • Honoka - Dead or Alive
  • Rio - Rio
  • Zhou Cang - Dynasty Warriors
  • Lu Bu - Dynasty Warriors
  • Naotora Ii - Samurai Warriors
  • Nobunyaga Oda - Samurai Cats
  • Laegrinna - Deception
  • Tokitsugu - Toukiden
  • Ayane - Ninja Gaiden
  • Arnice - Nights of Azure
  • Christophorus - Nights of Azure
  • William Adams from Nioh

Musou Stars releases in Japan March 30th for PlayStation 4 and Vita. Fingers crossed for a Western release sooner rather than later. 

Musou Stars adds William from Nioh [Gematsu]

Nioh's William joins the cast of Musou Stars screenshot

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News:: Parks are still trying to figure out how to deal with Pokemon Go

If you played Pokemon Go during its peak, you probably saw how a lot of institutions, both public and private sector, reacted to the game.

Some embraced it, encouraging folks to petition to add them as a Pokestop, and had deals for players. Others were cautious, posting rules and regulations for folks who didn't typically visit places like public parks -- things like "make sure you respect the wildlife." Others reacted negatively, and didn't want anything to do with it, asking Niantic to remove their locations as Pokestops.

While everyone has their own prerogative on how to cope with the phenomenon, the Associated Press is reporting that in Milwaukee, one park is signing off on a proposal that requires all AR (augmented reality) games, not just Go, to get permission before adding any areas as hotspots. Others are aiming to get expedited removal in the case of protected areas.

This is all still relatively new, even if Pokemon Go launched roughly eight months ago.

Milwaukee to 'Pokemon' monsters: Get a permit to enter parks [AP]

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News:: Zelda: Breath of the Wild DLC is still 'in development'

Although Nintendo has been embracing DLC more and more in recent years, and even had adopted the season pass model several times, fans are still pushing back. The latest battle is over the Zelda: Breath of the Wild season pass ($20), which includes two expansions of sorts, with a Cave of Trials challenge, new hard mode, "an additional map feature," another story, extra challenges, and another dungeon.

Sure, putting DLC in a hack and slash (Hyrule Warriors), fighting game (Smash Bros.), or racer (Mario Kart 8) is easy to digest, but a new mainline Zelda title is something else entirely. To defend the decision, Marketing Manager of Nintendo of America Bill Trinen appeared on the IGN Nintendo Voice Chat podcast, and provided a few insights.

In addition to finding it "tough" to even announce (probably due to backlash), he also noted that "it would be a waste to just make one game and have that be it." He also explains that the content is still "in development," and not launching the "day or the week after" (I'll remember this if Nintendo ever does decide to start doing that).

Most of this is marketing speak (from the marketing manager no less!), but I do find it funny that up until recently, folks were just fine with "playing one game and having that be it." Speaking solely of the massive legacy of Zelda, "it" was generally weeks of exploring the open world with a fine-toothed comb, only to find new secrets years later that encouraged constant replays throughout my lifetime. Like most DLC I'm willing to give it a chance, but don't sell the old formula short, Bill!

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News:: 'Hot Wheels Track Builder' is an AR den for your creations

Hot Wheels is best known for its extensive line of die-cast model cars, as well as some racing video games for younger kids. However, at this year's Toy Fair the brand is aiming to combine the best of both in its new Tango augmented reality game. Track Builder gives you a virtual play area to construct custom tracks for your cars. The only limit is what you can imagine, and not the amount of physical space in your home.

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News:: Here's what you'll look like to other Switch players

Ever since consoles began connecting to the internet, choosing an avatar for your online persona has been part of the experience. While prior Nintendo consoles made you create Miis as your online representation, it looks like the Switch will also let players choose from a number of preset options in addition to Miis. 

You can see the premade icons below. As you can see in the video, you'll be able to customize the background color of these icons, and choose the facial expression and pose of your Mii if you choose to use it as your online avatar. There's a wide range of familiar Nintendo avatars available.

We're less than two weeks away from the Switch's launch, and it's hard not to be at least a little excited about getting to try out a new console. I'll probably be using one of the Inklings as my avatar, for obvious reasons. There are lots of options here, though I admit I was surprised not to see Kirby or any Pokémon. I suppose the icons are limited to first party Nintendo titles exclusively, though there's nothing saying more can't be added at some point down the road. Which is your favorite?

Here's The User Icons You Can Use on Nintendo Switch [MyNintendoNews]
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Japanese3DS [Twitter] 

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News:: Real life Splatoon guns exist, and they shoot ink

Last weekend at the Toy Fair 2017, toy manufacturer Jakks Pacific unveiled new Splatoon-themed toys, and they look to bring back the glory days of Super Soakers. Allegedly releasing this year they're based on the designs from the games, and shoot officially licensed "ink" (a slime of some sort).

As long as the slime tanks can be refilled easily with water, I'm down to get at least one of these. Let's see if lightning strikes twice for Splatoon 2 later this year -- wouldn't it be crazy if it outsold the Wii U edition early into the Switch's lifecycle?

Real life Splatoon guns exist, and they shoot ink screenshot


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News:: Blizzard will be ceasing support for Windows XP and Vista this year

Windows XP was the defacto operating system for a very long time. I remember immediately upgrading in 2002 and not really thinking about changing until I eventually tried out Windows 7 in 2010. The removal of MS-DOS was pretty big, but the legacy support and general stability made up for some missing features. Surprisingly, a lot of people are still running XP, despite Microsoft ending support for the operating system eight years ago!

It looks like Blizzard is now following suit as they have announced that their newer games will be dropping support for Windows XP and Vista sometime this year. The games affected will be World of Warcraft, Diablo III, Starcraft 2, Hearthstone and Heroes of the Storm. To be clear, anything not mentioned in this list will still function normally on any OS.

Blizzard issued a statement over the weekend that explains their decision behind this:

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News:: Here's how much space Nintendo Switch games take up

You're going to get access to roughly 29GB of the Switch's 32GB onboard space, so if you aren't planning on buying a memory card and want to go digital, pay attention to the file sizes of each game before you buy them (or better yet, spring for a card).

That's going to be a lot easier as of this week, as Nintendo's Japanese Switch site just obtained a bunch of new information, which thankfully confirms that many games are only going to be in the 1GB range.

That includes Snipperclips (1.60GB), I Am Setsuna (1.40GB), and Puyo Puyo Tetris (1.09GB). A few are on the higher side, like Dragon Quest Heroes 1+2 (32GB), Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (7GB), and Nobunaga's Ambition: Sphere of Influence (5GB). As a reminder, Breath of the Wild is 13.4GB.

With a sizeable card, it seems as if it's not going to be as bad as a lot of other systems, where first-party releases approach 40GB. Not yet, at least.

Nintendo Switch [Nintendo]

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News:: 'Final Fantasy XV' update boosts framerates on PS4 Pro

While the in-game carnival continues, Final Fantasy XV's latest patch upgrades the graphical options for PS4 Pro owners. While the game launched with a 4K (and HDR) capable version for Pro consoles, the team didn't have time to repurpose the power for the sake of frame rates. That option arrives in Patch 1.05, alongside a new level cap (up to 125), more camera space (up to 200 snaps), and an MP3 player for the protagonist prince when he's riding a giant yellow bird. It's important, okay?

Source: Neogaf

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