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Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Release Date Announced, Collector's Edition Revealed

Square Enix has announced that Dissidia Final Fantasy NT will be released for PlayStation 4 on January 30, 2018.

Three versions will be available for preorder including an Ultimate Collector’s Edition, which features an 8.25-inch Warrior of Light statue, soundtrack, 80-page art book, and steelbook case. The set will also include a Season Pass, which will add six additional characters post-launch.

The Ultimate Collector’s Edition will be $189.99 and is available exclusively from the Square Enix Online Store.

A Steelbook Brawler Edition will be available at the standard $59.99 for anyone who preorders and will offer one of three case designs featuring characters from the series. A Digital Deluxe Edition featuring five songs and the Season Pass will also be available digitally for $84...

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Game of Thrones: Season 7 Finale Promo All But Confirms a Popular Fan Theory

Game of Thrones is already closing in on its Season 7 finale, and the promo for next week’s episode is doing a good job of setting up a popular fan theory coming to life.

Full spoilers for Game of Thrones’ latest episode, “Beyond the Wall,” continue below.


Jon Snow has his wight, Daenerys Targaryen is firmly anti-Night King, and almost everyone on Game of Thrones is heading south to King’s Landing. Almost everyone, it seems, including Sandor Clegane. (Not Sansa, though. She’s still at Winterfell.)

The promo for the Season 7 finale of Game of Thrones is setting up Daenerys Targaryen bringing all of her forces to King’s Landing, plus the Magnificent Six Five who came back from their ranging mission north of the Wall...

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Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi Standalone Film Reportedly in the Works

A standalone Obi-Wan Kenobi Star Wars film is reportedly in the works, and a possible director is supposedly in early talks for the project.

Sources have told The Hollywood Reporter that an Obi-Wan film project currently has no script or stars attached to it, but Billy Elliot director Stephen Daldry is reportedly in early talks to helm the film. If he signed on, according to THR, he would oversee the development and scripting of the film. THR’s report mentions that Lucasfilm is continuing to reportedly look into developing Yoda and Boba Fett films, among other spinoff Star Wars entries. The talks for Daldry’s involvement are at very early stages according to THR.

IGN has reached out to Disney and Lucasfilm for comment on the report.

Last year, Ewan McGregor, who starred as Obi-Wan Kenobi ...

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WWE 2K18 Roster Reveal: First 47 Playable Superstars Announced

You know what they say about WWE superstars: you wait a whole year for a bunch of new playable ones to be announced and then 47 come along at once! I mean, nobody actually says that but that doesn’t matter because today we’re bringing you the first of many WWE 2K18 roster announcements and we’re starting with what is known in the business as “some absolute bangers” (you can see a full list at the bottom of the story).

WWE and IGN have partnered exclusively to bring you 4 huge roster reveal shows over the coming weeks. In the first episode, WWE’s Renee Young and WWE Raw commentator Corey Graves are joined by the delightfully weird (and playable) superstar Goldust to reveal the first 47 superstars that you can go toe-to-toe with in WWE 2K18.

And here’s a mugshot of every single...

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No Man's Sky Atlas Rises Update 1.3 Full Details: New Story, Limited Co-Op, Much More

Hello Games has released full details and a new trailer for the Atlas Rises update, which appears to be being prepped for release today.

After being teased earlier this week, a huge changelist and a new trailer have now been released:

You can find full details of the update on the No Man’s Sky website, but here’s an abridged list of the major hits:

  • “30 hours” of new story content, including the appearance of a new interdimensional alien race
  • Limited online co-op called “Joint Exploration” (more on that below)
  • Improved galactic mapping and better waypointing
  • Variety and visual quality of planets improved, with new rare planet types
  • Crashed freighters, buried resources and scavenging missions
  • New mission board introduces constant extra missions and NPC guilds
  • Full galactic trading system
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Accessory Company Sues Nintendo Over Switch Design

Nintendo is being sued by accessory company Gamevice over the Switch’s design.

Engadget reports Gamevice filed a lawsuit against Nintendo because the design of its latest system is too similar to Gamevice’s Android gaming tablet, the Wikipad. The accessory company believes Nintendo violated a patent, and that the Switch’s detectable Joy-Con controllers are too close to what Gamevice had in mind for its portable device.

Accessory Company Sues Nintendo Over Switch Design The Wikipad, image via Wikipad’s official site

You can check out an image of the Wikipad above. It features dual analog sticks, four analog buttons, and an analog D-pad.

Gamevice is demanding Nintendo to stop selling the Switch, cover all the costs related to the lawsuit, and pay damages for infringing the patent...

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NVC Episode 368: Rocket League's Journey to Switch

Welcooooooome to the latest episode of our weekly Nintendo talk show, Nintendo Voice Chat! In Episode 368, we welcome a special guest: VP of Publishing at Psyonix, Jeremy Dunham. Jeremy made the jump from games media to game development almost eight years ago. Tune in to hear him talk about his personal journey, as well as the fascinating success story of the company’s flagship title, Rocket League, and its journey to Nintendo Switch later this year. What’s it like first laying eyes on development hardware? What’s it like working with Nintendo? Answers in the second half of our show.

Join Brian “Mother Brian” Altano, Zach “Young George Lucas” Ryan, and Peer “amiibo ate my kids’ college funds” Schneider for our interview with Jeremy, as well as our thoughts on the latest Nintendo announce...

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New Star Wars: The Last Jedi Magazine Covers

Ahead of Star Wars: The Last Jedi’s release this December, a pair of new magazine covers offer a new glimpse a Mark Hamill’s Luke Skywalker and Daisy Ridley’s Rey.

The covers are featured on the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly. See them both below:

New Star Wars: The Last Jedi Magazine Covers Luke Skywalker EW magazine cover (Credit: Bruno Dayan//© 2017 Lucasfilm Ltd.)

New Star Wars: The Last Jedi Magazine Covers Rey EW magazine cover (Credit: Ed Miller//© 2017 Lucasfilm Ltd.)

In addition to sporting stunning covers, the latest issue of EW sheds some light on John Boyega’s Finn, who is said to be a “big deal” now in the Resistance. Joined by the “nobody” Resistance mechanic Rose Tico, played by Kelly Marie Tran, Finn will go on a mission to the casino city Canto Bight.

Don’t miss our interview with Boyega to find out what the actor had to say about Finn going ...

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Star Wars: John Boyega on Finn Going Undercover in The Last Jedi

Finn spent most of Star Wars: The Force Awakens running like hell away from the First Order, who had raised him since childhood to be one of their followers and ultimately a Stormtrooper. Actor John Boyega told IGN today that Finn’s next encounter with the First Order in this December’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi “doesn’t come without a fight” for his character.

As was revealed during Star Wars Celebration, at one point during The Last Jedi Finn is joined by new character Rose (Kelly Marie Tran), a Resistance worker, on a mission that takes them undercover in The First Order. I asked Boyega during a phone interview today how Finn must feel returning to the very organization he so desperately tried to escape from in the previous film.

Star Wars: John Boyega on Finn Going Undercover in The Last Jedi
Finn captures Captain Phasma in Star Wars: The Force Aw...
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Game of Thrones Behind-the-Scenes Video Breaks Down Epic Loot Train Battle

Warning: Game of Thrones spoilers follow. For our thoughts on this week’s new episode, check out IGN’s “The Spoils of War” review.


HBO has released a new behind-the-scenes video breaking down what went into the incredible loot train attack that took place during the latter half of “The Spoils of War.” Several members from the cast and crew, including executive producer Bernie Caulfield, showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, stars Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Emilia Clarke, and many more discuss the work that went into bringing this epic battle to life.

In the video, Matt Shakman, who directed the episode, sheds light on his approach to helming the incredible fight, saying he wanted to convey what it would feel like to be on the opposing side of a dragon attack, and as such put the focus...

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