Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Is Essentially Final Fantasy Royale

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Upcoming Final Fantasy fighting game gets more details.

We got to take a further look of the upcoming 3v3 fighting game Dissidia Final Fantasy NT during the Twitch stream and it sure looks fun. As we presented previously, Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is a console port of a Japan only arcade game. You and 2 other computers or players are pit against 3 other players or computers, using iconic characters across the Final Fantasy franchise.

From the stream we noticed the intricacies of unique character classes such as assassins and vanguards, and learned about the brave system, which adds strategic combat elements to the game to effectively defeat your opponents. We also got a look at how summoning will work in the game, which looks awesome. Regarding maps, you will be able to fight in very iconic locations from different Final Fantasy games as well. There doesn’t seem to be a leveling system between characters, but there will be unlockable outfit and weapon skins you can attach to different characters within the roster. We can assume that this will be the principal staple for purchasable DLC.  There does seem to be some kind of character tier set up, but each character’s unique skills, abilities, and classes help contribute to success across the board.

Dissidia NT looks like a really promising game for Final Fantasy fans and newcomers alike. The team based optimizations for the 3v3 combat has a lot of potential for making coordination integral for success. Dissidia Final Fantasy NT will come early 2018.

More Super Mario Odyssey Gameplay Revealed

Mario releases his inner T-Rex as part of an interesting mechanic in Super Mario Odyssey.

Mario releases his inner T-Rex as part of an interesting mechanic in Super Mario Odyssey.

Remember the Mario game where he was standing next to humans in a New York looking city? Well in today’s Nintendo event we got to take a further look at what the game is actually about. Titled Super Mario Odyssey, the game allows you to explore several different cities and lets you manipulate and control different bodies throughout the world. This is done using Mario’s special abilities via his cap that allows him to inhabit those bodies or objects.

The game will play similar to Mario Galaxy in terms of movement, but provides a fresh take on the franchise, combining 3D adventure with 2D gameplay. The 2D stuff involves Mario being sucked into walls via the iconic green pipes and he must maneuver through the obstacles while in the wall, similar to the main mechanics of The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds. The trailer shows off different, large worlds that Mario and his magical cap must explore. There also appears to be a dress up feature for Mario, allowing him to dress up in a variety of outfits presumably reflecting the locations he has explored. You can see this and more in the trailer below:

Super Mario Odyssey will release on October 27 exclusively for the Nintendo Switch.

Despite Rumors of Delay, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Comes Out This Holiday

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 expected to come holiday 2017 despite rumors of delays.

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 expected to come holiday 2017 despite rumors of delays.

Despite rumors claiming that the game would be delayed into 2018, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 will launch on the Nintendo Switch this 2017 holiday season. A sequel to 2010 game, which was later ported to the New Nintendo 3DS, the Xenoblade Chronicles 2 trailer showed off some nice details to the game’s storyline and introduce a glimpse of the combat and gameplay we can expect to see in the game.

Akin the the Xenoblade series, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 will continue the Fantasy/Sci-Fi themes and allow players to explore a massive and beautiful world as the main characters search for a land called Elysium. We’ve already had a glimpse of the capability of Chronicles 2 through Xenoblade Chronicles X, a spiritual successor to the Chronicle series, with its sprawling and beautiful landscapes and fast paced combat. The trailer shows that there will also be massive ships and beasts to encounter in the world as well through the game’s story as well as naturally in world.

Check out the trailer below to see more of this anticipated RPG for the Switch:

New Monster Hunter Title Coming to Consoles

Monster Hunter makes its way to consoles and will add some pretty cool features.

Monster Hunter makes its way to consoles and will add some pretty cool features.

A trailer dropped yesterday showing Monster Hunter World, a new Monster Hunter title making its way to consoles. Monster Hunter World was debuted with larger than life monsters and iconically over sized swords and crazy environmental mechanics to defeat these giant monsters.

According to Kotaku, the game plans on keeping its iconic four player co-op system, but it will be redesigned to adapt to an “online drop-in multiplayer system which allows cross-region cooperative play between Japan and the west”. All this will be done seamlessly without the worry for having loading screen while waiting for players to drop in. The game will retained its skill based progression and crafting system, adding emphasis for hunting and gathering for materials to upgrade their arsenal. It also appears that there will be dynamic environments in play as well, which will affect how players interact with the world. A day/night cycle will also be incorporated into the game and it may also include some kind of stealth based elements.

Not only does there seem to be seamless drop in multiplayer functionality, but the area that the game will take place in can also be seamlessly explored without the worry of loading screens.

As noticed in the trailer, there also seems to be a cool use of environmental manipulation to trap and immobilize the giant beasts to gain the upper hand. Monster Hunter World is coming early 2018 for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

Horizon Zero Dawn Gets its First DLC Coming Later This Year

The first Horizon Zero Dawn DLC will make its way this year with an all new area to explore.

The first Horizon Zero Dawn DLC will make its way this year with an all new area to explore.

Horizon Zero Dawn finally got its first DLC content revealed at Sony’s event last night. The Frozen Wilds presumably will take place after the cliffhanger that was the ending of the main game and will feature a new region to explore and new machine beasts. It is expected that new armor and weapons may also grace the new content as well. Hopefully the Frozen Wilds will answer some questions left behind in the first game. Check out the trailer below:

The DLC will make its way this year, but there hasn’t been any official release date as of yet.

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