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Final Fantasy XIV’s First Expansion Heavensward Coming In Spring 2015

Announced during Final Fantasy XIV Fan Festival this weekend, Heavensward, Final Fantasy XIV's first expansion, is coming spring next year.

Square Enix announced the expansion with a tweet reading, "Announcing FINAL FANTASY XIV: Heavensward! The 1st expansion for FFXIV set to release in Spring 2015! #Heavensward."

The expansion takes place in a very cold climate, but other than that no additional details have been offered yet. You can find a trailer for the the oppressively icy expansion below.

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SteamWorld Heist goes turn-based in spring 2015 [Update]

Image and Form Games announced its next project today, turn-based strategy game SteamWorld Heist. The next entry in the SteamWorld series is all about “space adventures and survival,” according to the developer’s announcement blog. In it, players…
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No Minecon 2014, Mojang ‘shooting’ for spring 2015

Minecon will miss its annual appearance this year, Mojang COO Vu Bui announced on the company blog. Instead of crafting a 2014 iteration of its Minecraft-themed convention, the next Minecon will be tentatively be held in 2015.

“While we don’t have a…
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GOG kicks off Insomnia Spring Sale

Polygon has reported that online games retailer GOG is currently hosting its Insomnia Spring Sale.

Players can grab 100 DRM-free PC and Mac games, for up to 90% off.

All titles are limited in stock, and are being put on sale for a limited time, in rotation, until activation keys run out. The title you’re looking for might be on sale right now as you read this article, so head on over to the official GOG webpage fast to make sure you don’t miss out on their latest offerings.

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Deal of the Week: Spring Sale on the Humble Store


The Humble Store rolled out its Spring Sale yesterday. The sale currently features hundreds of titles, and continues to get additions every day until May 21st. The titles range from classic titles like Final Fantasy VII, high-rating indies like FTL: Faster Than Light, and recent games like Thief.

The sale carries almost all the videogame genres discounted up to 90%.

The Humble Store thrives on selling discounted games to give to charities like the American Red Cross, Electronic Frontier Foundation, and Child’s Play Charity. Ten percent of all the proceeds goes to these charities and more.

To find out more about the Spring Sale, visit this Humble Store website.


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Humble Store Spring Sale knocks 90% off some games

The Humble Store Spring Sale runs through May 21 and features new deals every day, plus some nifty, eight-hour flash sales thrown in for good measure. Games are discounted up to 90 percent. Good luck spring cleaning your pile of shame with prices…
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Teaching kids to dev: The Flappiest of spring breaks

During Spring Break of this year my partner and I at Gamebot School taught 15 students ages 7-14 how to make their own Flappy game, and some of the results came out really well. …

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Natsume set to re-release Bust-a-Move 4 on the PSN this spring

Natsume has announced that puzzle game classic Bust-a-Move 4 (originally released in the arcade, PS1, and Dreamcast back in the day) is getting a re-release this spring on the PSN. The title will be available on the PS3, Vita, and PSP.

P2 is so totally screwed

Hiro Maekawa, CEO of Natsume Inc., shared these words on the upcoming bubble fest:

Bust-a-Move 4 was a very successful and popular title, and fans have been asking for a re-release for years. We were very happy to bring this classic back to new systems as a digital download!”

You and me both; I used to play the crap out of this back in the PS1 days. Bust-a-Move 4 features eight modes, like Puzzle Mode, Versus Mode, and Edit Mode. Edit Mode allows players to make 25 of their own stages, which is groovy. Bust-a-Move 4 was also the first title in the series to use chain reactions to utterly destroy your opponent, and also pulleys that required gamers to play the entire field so the weights on the sides of the stages didn’t rise or fall too low.

As far as story goes, you play as Bub or Bob as they rescue the seven shattered rainbow bubbles, but you only really care about popping the colored bubbles and the cool sound your machine makes when you shoot (PWEEE). There are a total of ten playable characters in all, with four additional unlockables.

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Bust-A-Move 4 on the PlayStation Network this spring

Natsume announced that it will release a digital PSone Classics version of Taito’s Bust-a-Move 4 this spring, bringing the classic bubble-bursting puzzler to the PlayStation 3, PSP, and PS Vita.

Bust-a-Move 4 expands on the color-matching gameplay…
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Telepathic crime and noir stealth due in spring with Third Eye Crime

Third Eye Crime, the telepathic stealth game from a team of former Bungie developers at Moonshot Games, is due out in spring for mobile devices from publisher gameblyr. Moonshot will have a playable iOS build at PAX East later this week.

Third Eye…
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