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A Complete Guide to Dissidia Final Fantasy NT’s Preorder Bonuses

RPG fans who enjoy dabbling in the occasional brawler are probably looking forward to Dissidia Final Fantasy NT, a game that brings a wide swath of Final Fantasy characters together so they can (what else?) beat each other up. The game is set to launch for PlayStation 4 on January 30, 2018.

But if you’re thinking about preordering Dissidia Final Fantasy NT, you you should read up on the special editions and preorder bonuses that are available. We’ve compiled all the information you need below, so check it out.

Price: $60

Preorder the Steelbook Brawler Edition from participating retailers, and your copy will come in one of the three steelbooks shown below. You’ll also get three alternate art cards for the Final Fantasy Trading Card Game.

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Posted on Dec 26, 2017

Zelda, Mario Devs Comment on Each Other’s Games

Nintendo had a great year, with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey both earning an unbelievable amount of praise, including 10/10 review scores from IGN.

Following both games receiving honors at this year’s Game Awards, we spoke to Mario Odyssey producer Yoshiaki Koizumi as well as Breath of the Wild director Hidemaro Fujibayashi and producer Eiji Aonuma about their favorite parts of each other’s games.

“I think for me, the parts where you’re able to go from 3D into 2D and go into the wall and it becomes the old school style,” Fujibayashi told IGN about Mario. “I especially liked where it looks like there’s nowhere to go, but then the walls curve around. It was super unique. It actually reminded me a bit of Zelda.”

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Posted on Dec 25, 2017

11 Things Horizon Zero Dawn Doesn’t Tell You

From getting free items in stores to surviving the wilds, these are important mechanics and strategies you may not know about in Horizon Zero Dawn.

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Posted on Dec 25, 2017

Jurassic World Evolution: Up Close with the Dinosaurs

All month long we’re highlighting cool games that might not be on your radar, as part of IGN First: Games to Watch in 2018.

Today’s game is Jurassic World Evolution, the park management strategy take on everyone’s favorite dinosaur franchise. Jurassic World Evolution is notable because it’s the highest-profile JP game in quite some time, and at least on the surface is reminiscent of Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis, the excellent park management sim for PS2 and original Xbox. In the JWE video above, you’ll get a brief, in-engine look at some of the dinosaurs you’ll be encountering.

To see all the Games to Watch in 2018 as we roll them out over the month, be sure to head over to our IGN First Hub Page.

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Posted on Dec 23, 2017

Pokemon: Don’t Forget to Get Your Free Dusk Lycanroc

This special Rockruff is the only way to get a Dusk Form Lycanroc, and is available for a limited time. Here’s how to get one.

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Posted on Dec 23, 2017

13 Most Epic Video Game Moments of 2017

Incredible games and excellent moments were all around us in what was the best year for gaming in quite some time. Beloved franchises took exciting new turns, brilliant games delivered unique moments, and surprise hits caught us off guard in the best ways possible!

As a terrific year in gaming closes, join us in remembering the epic moments that made 2017 an awesome year for everyone. But be warned, there are major spoilers ahead for the biggest games of the year, so come back later if you’re not ready, and for everyone else, let’s go down the list of the most epic gaming moments of 2017!

Horizon Zero Dawn does a lot of things well, but its combination of stealth and excellent action is where it really shines. The beginning of the game has you fighting smaller robot-dinos that are just barely bigger than Aloy, but it’s not long before she’s forced to fight foes two-to-three times her height. Yet the true accomplishment comes from her slowly chipping away on enemies that are as tall as a house. It’s gratifying to watch these robot fiends slowly come undone from her precise attacks. You almost start to feel bad for them. And when that huge creature finally has no more fight to give and comes comes crashing down to the ground, it’s a satisfying sense of accomplishment that you can’t wait to feel over and over again. – Mark Medina, Associate Features Producer

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Posted on Dec 23, 2017

Brand-New Switch Games You May Have Missed, Plus: Mega-Sized Question Block

Weeeeelcooome to Nintendo Voice Chat, Episode 387 — our last news and impressions-focused NVC of the year. Don’t worry, we’ll return next week, but with a “Year in Review” focused special episode instead of our regular programming.

This week, Casey DeFreitas joins the panel as we talk about the latest game releases on Nintendo Switch (and some on 3DS), the awards Nintendo secured in our own annual “Best of Awards”, sales data from Japan, and Splatoon 2 and Arms updates, before answering many of your most burning questions.

As always, you can watch NVC here on IGN and on our YouTube channel (subscribe and hit the bell!) or listen to it on your commute in audio format. If you enjoy the show, share it with other Nintendo fans, make a constructive comment, and give us a thumbs up or leave us a review.

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Posted on Dec 22, 2017

Catherine: Full Body Confirmed for the West

Atlus has announced Catherine: Full Body is coming to the West.

While a release date for the West has yet to be revealed, the first official Japanese trailer (below) says the forthcoming Catherine remake will launch “next winter,” which could be as late as early 2019.

Catherine: Full Body was revealed earlier this week for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita. Studio Zero, Atlus’ new internal development team, is developing the remake, which will add a number of new features to the 2011 story-driven puzzle game.

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Posted on Dec 22, 2017

Arms Version 5.0 Is the Game’s Final Major Update

Update: Nintendo has announced Arms Version 5.0 will serve as the game’s final major content update.

“As a big update, this time will be the last update,” a post on Nintendo’s official Japanese website reads (as translated by Google Translate). While major content updates are coming to an end, Nintendo intends to continue to support the game with future balance adjustments.

Arms Version 5.0 launches today, bringing with it a new character named Dr. Coyle. Check out the trailer below to see the fighter in action.

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Posted on Dec 22, 2017

Civilization 6 Is Now Available on iPad

Civilization VI is now available on iPad and costs $30 USD for a limited time, Aspyr Media announced.

The latest entry in the turn-based strategy series requires iOS 11 on an iPad Air 2, iPad 2017, or any iPad Pro in order to be played. Additionally, the first 60 turns of the game will be free to play.

The 50 percent off sale, which is only available on the App Store, will run until January 4. Afterwards, Civilization VI will cost the regular price of $60 USD. It’s also important to note this iPad version is only the base Civilization VI game without any downloadable content.

Civilization VI launched in October last year for PC. In our Civilization VI review, we called it the most full-featured launch of any Civilization game in the series’ 25-year history. The game is getting the new Rise and Fall expansion on PC in February next year.

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Posted on Dec 21, 2017

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