#133 E3 2019 Final Day Wrapup

Wrapping up E3 2019 with some final thoughts, along with some ideas on what to expect next year. Oh, and here’s the link for the Miller Lite “Cantroller”.

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#131 E3 2019 Day 1 Recap

What all happened today at E3? Here with our Day 1 recap along with some interesting Uber Air news and Opera launching a “gaming browser”!

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Just Cause 4 Has A New Tornado-filled Trailer, Square Enix Reveals

Square Enix has announced something big this month for its fans. When it took onstage at this month’s E3 event, it actually dropped an explosive news for all gamers. This as the company announced the return of Just Cause 4.

Just Cause 4 Has A New Tornado-filled Trailer


Square Enix said that Just Cause 4, the company’s explosive open-world action game is coming to PS4, Xbox One and PC. This means to say that a gamer like you could play and feel the character of Rico Rodriguez.


Check the game’s trailer below:


Unknown to many, Rodriguez is the action-hero in the 80’s which is an inspiring figure in the Just Cause games. The fictional hero character is up against The Black Hand which has been described as a powerful private army.


Square Enix’s Just Cause 4 is set in the fictional South American country called Solis. Avalanche Studios is the company that developed Just Cause 4, the same company that created the previous Just Cause game series.


Aside from the gigantic explosions and huge infrastructure, one thing that should excite the player is the game’s option for traversal. This means that playing the game allows you to use the much-heralded wingsuit.


Of course, this is on top of the game’s parachute, helicopters, fighter jets, tanks, boats, and cars —all available from the previous Just Cause game instalments. What you will also be seeing in the Just Cause 4 is the updated weather effects, among others.


Just Cause 4 is slated to release on PC, PS4, and Xbox One come December 4th, 2018. Are you excited about the upcoming game? Comments are highly welcome!



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Square Enix To Release Final Fantasy VII Remake in 2023?

Back in 2015, Square Enix had announced that the company was working on a remake of the Final Fantasy VII. But the company opted not to give a hint as to its possible release date. A check made by gaming fans last time revealed that the remake of the game was in progress. They also noted that the game has many things to be worked on.


Final Fantasy VII Remake in 2023


But recent reports suggest that the remake of the legendary Final Fantasy VII would take a little bit longer. This comes after a report from The Lifestream (via Destructoid), pointing out of an alleged talk about the remake of the popular game. The information was taken from a recorded conversation during a closed-door event at the Final Fantasy 30TH Anniversary.


In the said conversation, both producer Yoshinori Kitase and development lead Naoki Hamaguchi discussed about the game’s possible release date during Final Fantasy’s 35th Anniversary, which would be five years from now in 2023.



Also, the recorded discussion shows Hamaguchi’s comments about that possible release date. Of which, Hamaguchi seemed to find this date unacceptable. But all these details remain to be seen because both the top executives were merely discussing the possible launching of its game on the franchise’s 35th anniversary.



Moreover, it should be noted that a transcript of the recorded talk was obtained by someone attending the event. Square Enix was informed of the details and has yet to comment on the matter. What is clear though is that the company will have a more concrete date to share at E3 2018 which will be happening next month.

Kingdom Hearts 3 Will Feature Retro-Style Mini Games

Avid fans of the popular Kingdom Hearts III would be experiencing something new in the coming months. This comes after developer Square Enix has revealed that Kingdom Hearts III would feature a mini-games.


Retro-style games coming in Kingdom Hearts 3


Square Enix, in a statement, said that Kingdom Hearts III’s mini-games are inspired by the LCD games in circa 1980s. Aside from the mini-games, fans should also expect the animated shorts of the classic Mickey Mouse.


The game’s new development was unveiled in a new trailer released by the game studio. A quick random view of the trailer shoes the character of Sora using a device to play four several games. These games are the Barnyard Battle, the Karnival Kid, Giantland, and Musical Farmer, respectively.

In case you don’t know, the game’s mini-games feature is likened to the classic Nintendo Game and Watch titles. This is because of the mini-games’ old school aesthetics.


However, fans of the game should wait for the announcement as to how they would access these mini-games. To date, there are four games that Square Enix announced so far. These four mini-games, according to the game studio, could be played in the mobile RPG spin off called the Kingdom Hearts Union X.


Square Enix’s Kingdom Hearts III is slated to be released later this year on Xbox One and PS4 consoles.

Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition Arrives At Google Play

Gaming enthusiasts of Final Fantasy XV could now enjoy playing the game on their Android smartphones. Final Fantasy XV fans could now download the game at Google Play Store.


This comes from Square Enix Co., Ltd has reportedly left the pre-registration section of the Google Play Store. However, players are informed that the popular game is not completely free. The game developer said that players would pay for some in-app purchases.


Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition Arrives At Google Play


The game’s first chapter can be downloaded for free at no cost. Gamers should purchase the succeeding chapters after they played the first chapter of the game. If players are planning to make a in-app game purchases, prices range from $0.99 to $19.99. So if gamers want to completely play the 10 chapters of the game, they should pay $9.


Moreover, players can take advantage of the Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition’s simplified gameplay. This works by simply tapping only a simple action that involves moving to entering a battle.


The game’s gameplay in the mobile version is different from the game’s console version. The difference is evident in the game’s graphics since the game developer has reworked it to make it more suitable for the smartphones.



Also, Final Fantasy XV’s gameplay mechanics could be easily recognized especially from players who are fond of playing role-playing games. Regarding the game’s specs, the mobile version of the game requires only at least 2GB of RAM or higher. The game could also consume a storage space of at least 5GB of storage for the low-resolution version of the game to function.

Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition Launches Feb. 9

Heads up Final Fantasy fans!

Game developer Square Enix is planning to release a pocket edition of its popular game Final Fantasy. The developer would release Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition this coming February 9, Friday.


Square Enix to launch Final Fantasy in iOS


News of the Square Enix’s popular game coming to Apple platform has surfaced after a listing was found on the App Store. Fans will be able to discover the story as it was retold in the Final Fantasy XV. The developer said that the game would have the same characters both for the console and PC versions.


However, the mobile version of the game is optimized, according to Square Enix. The reason why the developer made a pocket edition of the game is to allow gamers to play the game anytime and anywhere.


Fans of Final Fantasy would be able to maximize the game’s friendly touch controls. Using the mobile version would allow them to “tap to move, tap to talk, and tap to fight.”

The game’s pocket edition is compatible with iPhone and iPad models running iOS 11.1 or later. Specifically, the game works with iPad Pro, iPhone 6s, 5th generation iPad, iPad Air 2, iPad mini 4, among others.


Apart from iOS, the game can also be downloaded on Android, especially on devices running Android 5.0 Lollipop or later. On Android, the game requires at least 1.5 GHz CPU and at least 2 GB of random access memory of RAM.


Regarding the game’s storyline, Square Enix wrote: “After years of fighting, the nations of Lucis and Niflheim, at last, agree to an armistice.”


“As a symbol of this promised peace, Noctis, crown prince of Lucis, is to wed the Lady Lunafreya of Tenebrae. The prince sets forth for his wedding on the eve of the signing ceremony, sent off by his father, King Regis. Unbeknownst to Noctis, however, the journey ahead is fraught with perils..”

Exit mobile version