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Costume Quest 2 Launch Trailer October 29, 2014

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I know a lot of players out there are going to be familiar with the work of Double Fine Studios. Creators of Psychonauts and Brütal Legend, they have been releasing a lot of unique downloadable titles as of late, and their newest release is a sequel to a downloadable title I enjoyed a lot when I played it, Costume Quest. Since the game’s expansion ended on a pretty big cliffhanger, I’ve been waiting for quite some time to play a sequel!

Today, Microsoft has announced that Costume Quest 2 has been released for digital download on Xbox 360 and Xbox One, which means that the game should be downloadable on practically every platform out there.

Costume Quest 2 is out for digital download right now on PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4, and Wii U.

Halo 2 Anniversary Cinematic Launch Trailer October 29, 2014

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I have to admit I was a little skeptical when I heard that Blur Studios were going to be producing the cinematics for the Halo 2 Anniversary Edition which is going to be included with Halo: The Master Chief Collection. Out of all the Halo games, Halo 2 remains my favorite, and I still maintain that it had some of the best story moments in the history of the Halo franchise, with some of the best writing in the history of gaming. I was concerned that Blur would not be able to reproduce the magic that made those original cinematics so good.

Today, Microsoft released this trailer to show off what Blur Studios have done with Halo 2‘s cinematics. After having seen it I can say I’m not concerned anymore.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection is coming November 11, 2014 exclusively on the Xbox One.

Final Fantasy Type-O HD Enter the Fray Trailer October 29, 2014

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Many JRPG players in North America were disappointed to learn that Final Fantasy Type-O would not get released, but when it was announced that the game was getting an HD facelift and rerelease on the new consoles, that upset slowly faded away.

As promised, Square Enix has released a new trailer for Final Fantasy Type-O, and it does a great job explaining the game’s story and setting the stage for the game’s universe. More than that, if you had any question about how good this portable game was going to look on the new consoles, take a look at this.

Final Fantasy Type-O HD is coming March 17, 2015 to the Xbox One and PS4. All retail copies of the game will include a download code for the Final Fantasy XV demo.