Posts From Chris Del Castillo

More Final Fantasy XV Ultimate Collector’s Editions will be available

Square Enix originally announced that only 30,000 of the Final Fantasy XV Ultimate Collector’s Edition would be available worldwide for both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Half an hour

Sega’s Steam releases to see mod support and new virtual hub

Do all those Sega Master Drive/Sega Genesis games you own on Steam have an interface that feels a little plain and boring? Well, Sega Europe has something for you with

Square Enix to hold English live stream for I am Setsuna now

Square Enix will be holding the first ever live stream for the upcoming retro-style RPG I am Setsuna. Developed by Tokyo RPG Factory, the game shares many similarities to many of Square

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst delayed by two weeks

Originally scheduled for release on May 24, 2016, DICE has announced that Mirror’s Edge Catalyst will be delayed by two weeks. The new release date is June 7th for North America

Hands-on preview with Suda51’s Let It Die

When you hear about a free-to-play title, what are your first thoughts? Could it be a mobile puzzle games? Perhaps an RPG or MOBA (such as League of Legends)? One

Watch Guile in action in new Street Fighter V trailer

Following last month’s release of Alex, Guile will be the second DLC character added to the roster of Street Fighter V. Over the last few days, Capcom has revealed more

Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force coming to PS4 4 on July 29

Idea Factory International has revealed that Compile Heart’s Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force for the PlayStation 4 will be available physically and digitally on July 26th in North America and

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Special Edition announced for North America and Europe

It wasn’t very long ago that Nintendo revealed that Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE will be released on June 24, 2016, in North America and Europe for the Nintendo Wii U. A

Capcom finally has solution for Rage Quitters in Street Fighter V

Ever since Street Fighter V released back in February, rage quitting has been one of the game’s many issues. Honestly, it should have been something that Capcom should have implemented right from the start, mainly due to

Guile’s Street Fighter V theme still goes with everything

Capcom is going a different route with revealing this month’s DLC character, Guile, compared to how it did it with Alex. With Alex, we only got a breakdown of his

Quick look at the Yu-Gi-Oh! Millennium Pack

Konami’s latest release in the Yu-Gi-Oh! trading card game is a blast from the past, featuring reprints of popular cards along with brand new cards that were never released. Millenium

Corpse Party heading to Steam this month, Nintendo 3DS this summer

Corpse Party is coming to two more platforms, as XSEED Games has announced that the horror adventure game will be released on Steam April 25th, followed by a release on

RAY GIGANT coming to PlayStation Vita on May 3

Publisher Acttil announced that it will release Experience Inc.’s latest PlayStation Vita dungeon crawler Ray Gigant on May 3rd. That’s right, the game will be available digitally in a little over

Mai Shiranui announced as next character in King of Fighters XIV

SNK Playmore has released the twelfth trailer for The King of Fighters XIV, which reveals one brand new fighter and the next returning fighters for the new installment. Mai Shiranui is

Final Fantasy IX now available on Steam

It’s been 16 years since Final Fantasy IX first arrived on the original PlayStation console, and now it’s available to play not just on your PlayStation 3/PlayStation Vita via the

Atlus’ Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse coming summer

It looks like it’s going to be a great year for fans of the Shin Megami Tensei series, as Atlus is set to release Persona 5 on the PlayStation 4

Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book coming June 7

Tecmo Koei has revealed that the next installment of Atelier series, Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book, will be coming to North America on June 7, 2016, and

Trillion: God of Destruction review (PSVita)

Trillion: God of Destruction sounds great on paper, but there was just something about the game I could just never get into. It’s definitely nice to see a certain company

Atlus to release King of Fighters XIV in North America

Since The King of Fighter XIV was announced, SNK Playmore has been doing a great job of keeping the fans excited with new trailers being released every few weeks, highlighting

Final Fantasy VII producer explains why Remake is happening now

In an interview with Game Informer, Final Fantasy VII Remake producer Yoshinori Kitase was asked some questions we’ve all been wondering about like why is it taking so long for