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Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Coming to PS3 this Summer

blank It may be a few years late, and a completely different game to that we were expecting, but Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn is finally making it to the PlayStation 3. The PS3 release will coincide with the PC re-release. The MMO has something of an infamous past, in which the game was released to complete critical failure and then basically remade from the ground up. A slightly more solid release window is a hint that things are well on their way to improving within the world of Eorzea.

 

Epic Citadel Hits HTML5

blank HTML5 tech truly is amazing, and there’s no better way of quickly checking it out than by running Epic Citadel, now available for play in browsers. Originally released to show off the Unreal Engine working on mobile devices, Epic Citadel is a beautiful tech demo that doesn’t take long to wander through and which shows the Unreal Engine will be a beast in browsers. The HTML5 version of the demo suffers from being too similar to its mobile counterpart. There’s…

 

Mars War Logs Launches into Retail Space in UK

blank Mars War Logs is a decent looking action-RPG available at the reasonable price of ¬£14.99 on Steam, and available soon, digitally, on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The PC version of the game has had its retail launch today as well, although I imagine it basically boils down to sticking a code into Steam anyway. Mars War Logs tells the story of a planet in the midst of a civil war. In a world where water is scarce,¬†corporations¬†battle…

 
 

Okami Announcement Likely for Japan Only, Not a Game

blank The official Okami Twitter account fired up last week, teasing an announcement for the beginning of golden week, a set of holidays in Japan. Although the same Twitter account was quick to confirm it would not be a new game, it hasn’t stopped people getting excited for the possibility of an HD port of Okamiden or an iOS release of the original PS2 classic. Capcom have today confirmed that’s not the case, and that actually, the announcement is probably Japanese-only.…

 

Grand Theft Auto In Real Life

blank Forget Grand Theft Auto V, the best Grand Theft Auto experience can be had just by jumping in a car and doing some really reckless stuff. I'm sure that wasn't the intention of the gentleman in this video, but the addition of the GTA IV HUD and a few well-timed sound effects make things even crazier than they were to begin with.

 

Ratchet & Clank movie announced

blank By way of a teaser trailer on YouTube, Insomniac Games have announced that the Ratchet & Clank Movie will be hitting theatres in 2015. A Facebook page, Twitter account and a website have also been created in conjunction with the announcement of the film.

 
 

Neverwinter now on open beta

blank Perfect World and Cryptic Studios this week announced that Dungeons & Dragons: Neverwinter, the most anticipated MMORPG of 2013, has finally entered open beta. You can download and play for free.

 

Xbox Live free for all this weekend

blank Microsoft will offer all players to enjoy free this weekend. The free Gold weekend will take place from midday BST on Friday, 3rd May 2013 until 23:59 BST on Sunday, 5th May. You'll have the opportunity to play online without paying anything so those of you who have been holding onto the likes of Gears of War: Judgment, FIFA 13 Ultimate Team Spring Classic, Halo 4 or Tomb Raider are in luck. So prepare yourself for an epic weekend of online gaming and entertainment with your friends on Xbox LIVE.

 

Leviathan: Warships Launches Today

blank I thought I'd seen the weirdest trailer of the day after watching the Killer is Dead trailer, but it's been topped. Leviathan: Warships, a real-time naval combat title from Paradox and Pieces Interactive, has you battle boats with up to three friends. Exactly how the marketing department got from that to the above video is beyond me, but it's still pretty much the funniest thing I've seen all day. "I'm not buying this ship."

 
 

Lex Laser Saves The Galaxy, Again – Andrew Grant Interview

blank Lex Laser Saves the Galaxy, Again is a tactical puzzle RPG for Windows, Linux and Mac, with a tentative release date of the first half of 2014. Currently on Kickstarter, the team from Defiant Mouse are working towards gathering $65,000 towards the finished project, and are currently around 18% there. Within the game, Lex Laser must explore a huge alien world across multiple episodes, whilst collect mining samples and killing aliens. Defiant Mouse are billing it as a tactical rouge-like…