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Listen To An Exclusive Track From The Tokyo Symphony’s Performance Of Square Enix Music

In 2012, the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra performed sold-out concerts featuring music from some of Square Enix’s biggest titles. Included in the setlist was music from Final Fantasy, Chrono Trigger, Chrono Cross, Secret of Mana, and Kingdom Hearts.

It’s understandable if you happened to miss out on these events live. Thankfully, you’re getting another chance.

The X5 Music Group is set to release Symphonic Fantasies Tokyo, a live recording of the performances originally held at Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Main Hall. We have an exclusive from the recording, Encore Final Boss Suite.

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The full track list is as follows:

  1. Fanfare Overture
  2. Fantasy I Kingdom Hearts
  3. Fantasy II Secret of Mana
  4. Fantasy III Chrono Trigger Chrono Cross
  5. Fantasy IV Final Fantasy
  6. Encore Final Boss Suite 

The full album will be available for purchase from X5 via the group’s website – The Feed

Exclusive Destiny Video First Look – Bungie Introduces The Dark Below

Last week brought us a glimpse of the intro cinematic for The Dark Below, Bungie’s first expansion to its online multiplayer shooter, Destiny. Today, Bungie is offering a closer look at the expansion in action, with some peeks at the gameplay, and more info directly from the team making the game. 

Check out the video here right now, and then come back next week for more in-depth details on Destiny’s future. We recently visited Bungie, got our hands on the full expansion, and quizzed the developers on some of our biggest Destiny questions. And we'll share more about what we saw in the week leading up to the expansion's launch on December 9th.

Enjoy the video!

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Meta Knight Amiibo exclusive to Best Buy, Lucario to Toys R Us

Where’s the fun in collecting something if you can just place a one-and-done order for the entire set with an online retailer? Amiibo fans are in for some legwork (or a few extra clicks), as two more retailer-exclusive deals have been announced…
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Xbox One Console Exclusive Ori And The Blind Forest Delayed Into 2015

As recently as TGS, Microsoft had sommitted Moon Studios’ Ori and the Blind Forest for release this year. Unfortunately, that is not to be.

In an announcement on the game’s website, Moon Studios informs that the title will not arrive until 2015. “While we’re extremely excited for all of you to get your hands on Ori and the Blind Forest as soon as possible, we made the decision together with our partners at Microsoft Studios that we’ll need just a little more time in order to add a final layer of polish to – what we hope – will be an unforgettable gaming experience,” the developer writes.

For more on Ori and the Blind Forest, check out our coverage from Gamescom. You can also check out a video interview from E3. Ori and the Blind Forest will also be coming to PC next year.

[Source: Ori and the Blind Forest via Joystiq]


Our Take
Ori and the Blind Forest is just one of many smaller titles committed for 2014 that likely won't make it in the few remaining weeks. We'll take a look at the roundup of quietly delayed games as we get closer to the end of the year.

This delay wouldn't be quite as impactful if it didn't mean Microsoft was ending its year of exclusives on the abysmal launch of Halo: The Master Chief Collection. If 2014 was "the year of delays," let's hope 2015 is "the year of launching games that work." – The Feed

The Crew Season Pass is $25 of early, exclusive car access

The Crew Season Pass is $ 25 and grants owners one-week-early access to four add-on car packs totaling 12 cars plus all of their paint jobs and rims, two exclusive cars, 23 unlocked tuning kits, and an exclusive sticker with each new pack. Each of the…
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Reader Discussion – Do You Plan On Watching The Exclusive Video Content Coming To Xbox Live And PSN?

Both Microsoft and Sony are making their online subscription platforms (Live and Plus) more valuable by adding exclusive entertainment beyond video games. Do you plan on watching?

Among other projects, Sony has the upcoming show Powers starring Sharlto Copley based on the comic of the same name. Microsoft has the upcoming documentary Atari: Game Over and also aired a documentary about Minecraft last year. Do you plan on watching these movies and TV shows? Does their inclusion keep you subscribed to Microsoft and Sony's online platforms? Or do you use your consoles exclusively for video games? Let us know in the comments below. – The Feed

Race The Sun Arrives On PlayStation With Exclusive Labyrinthia Level

For Race the Sun's upcoming PlayStation 3, 4, and Vita release, an exclusive world that plays quite a bit differently from the main game has been added.

Typical Race the Sun gameplay involves chasing the setting sun as you avoid obstacles and shadows. This new mode gets rid of the setting sun, and imposes all kinds of difficult obstacles on the player like closing gates or tight hallways. You can check out an overview of Labyrinthia below.

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Race the Sun may have missed its summer playstation release, but it will be coming to PlayStation 3, 4, and Vita on October 21.

[Source: PlayStation Blog] – The Feed

Dreamfall Chapters is now a PS4 console exclusive

A tweet from developer Red Thread Games has revealed that the PlayStation 4 will be the sole console home of upcoming episodic adventure game Dreamfall Chapters: The Longest Journey.

If the term “Dreamfall” sounds familiar to you that’s because…
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Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor PS4 pre-orders earn exclusive missions

PlayStation 4 owners will be delighted to learn that a pre-order of Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor includes exclusive quests dubbed “PlayStation Legion Missions.”

Though it’s unknown how many PlayStation Legion Missions are included with the…
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Joystiq Streams: Tomb Raider 2, Lara’s original PlayStation exclusive

Gamescom 2014 hasn’t even officially opened its doors to the public, but the biggest European gaming event of the year has already yielded up some mad surprises: Rise of the Tomb Raider is going to be an Xbox exclusive. What that means is still…
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