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Let’s Play Final Fantasy VII With Video Commentary – Part 7 February 4, 2016

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I know you guys couldn’t wait to rewatch today’s two-part stream of Final Fantasy VII on the PlayStation 4.  On today’s stream we pick up from the aftermath of an important character’s kidnapping, and begin our plans to rescue her.

We had a small issue with the first two minutes of the stream getting lost during its archive and export process, so please forgive the abrupt start!  Enjoy!

Part 8 should be up tomorrow!

Final Fantasy VII is out now on PC, PS1, PS3, PS4, PSP, iOS and Android.

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Final Fantasy II Free on iOS and Android Through Final Fantasy Portal App February 4, 2016

Posted by Maniac in Game News.
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We recorded nearly three hours for a live stream of Final Fantasy VII, so while you wait for us to finish processing that, here’s a free game to tide you all over. If you call yourself a Final Fantasy fan and have a iOS or Android SmartPhone/Tablet you owe it to yourself to download the Final Fantasy Portal App.  It’s a great free program that keeps fans up to date with the latest Final Fantasy news, bundled with a fun Triple Triad free-to-play app.

Well, to celebrate the one year anniversary of the app’s launch in Japan, Square Enix is giving away the cult classic Final Fantasy II through the app for a VERY brief time.  To get it, download the latest version of the app to your Android or iOS device using your device’s respective App Store, and select Final Fantasy II from the App’s side menu.

You won’t need a Square Enix account to download Final Fantasy II, but you will need an iTunes or Google Account (depending on your device).

If you don’t have a SmartPhone, don’t worry, Final Fantasy Portal App will work on Tablets like the iPad just fine.

Quantum Break: Zero State Novel Announced February 4, 2016

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Literature fans looking for a great story can rejoice. Remedy has announced a companion novel for the Xbox One exclusive game Quantum Break will be released on the same day as the game, April 5th, 2016.

The book is titled Quantum Break: Zero State and has been described as a novel that combines the action of a Jason Bourne book with the fantastic nature of time travel. Sadly, any further inquiries I’ve made about the book were not returned, so it’s unclear if this book will be a retelling of the game, a prequel story, or a sequel to the game.  I guess we will just have to wait to find out.

Quantum Break is coming April 5th, 2016 exclusively to the Xbox One.