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Zelda: Majora’s Mask And Breath Of Fire II Coming To Virtual Console Tomorrow

If you missed out on Nintendo 64 classic, The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask, Nintendo has given you ample opportunities to make amends. Between re-releases on GameCube and Wii Virtual Console, as well as a full-on remake for 3DS, Nintendo hasn't been shy about bringing its unique follow-up to Ocarina of Time forward. Now, players have another chance to experience the classic entry in the franchise, as it is listed for release on Wii U Virtual Console tomorrow.

In addition, Breath of Fire II is set to hit New Nintendo 3DS tomorrow. This comes on the heels of the release of the original Breath of Fire, which hit 3DS Virtual Console in late October. Oddly enough, it was released alongside another Zelda Virtual Console release, Spirit Tracks, when it hit last month.

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask is set at $ 9.99 on the Wii U eShop, while Breath of Fire II is $ 7.99 on the 3DS eShop.

[Source: Nintendo (1), (2)] – The Feed

Our Pokémon Sun & Moon Review Goes Live Tomorrow

The newest Pokémon games don't come out until later this week, but you can get our full review on November 15 at 6:00 a.m. PST (8:00 a.m. CST).

As usual, Nintendo is being restrictive about certain topics prior to the game's full release – including story spoilers and specific numbers (and names) of various Pokémon. Those details must be held until Friday (when the game is released), but we are confident that these nitty-gritty details do not impede our ability to share our thoughts about the game's successes and/or shortcomings in full. 

So come back tomorrow morning for the review, and in the meantime, check out the latest trailer for Pokémon Sun & Moon. – The Feed

Mega Man X3 Available Tomorrow On The 3DS Virtual Console

Mega Man X3, one of the Super Nintendo's rarest games, is making its way to New 3DS Virtual Console tomorrow.

The game will be $ 7.99, which is significantly cheaper than its projected value on, which places even loose copies of the cartridge without a box above the $ 200 mark. It's a good game, and until recently, it has been hard to come across. It was the first Mega Man X game to let you play as Zero, which is odd considering the series began with Zero as the star playable character before shifting to starring a different take on Mega Man.

[Source: Nintendo]


Our Take
I love the Mega Man series, but I have only completed Mega Man X3 once. It may be my least played Mega Man X game. It will be nice to have it on the go. – The Feed

Killing Floor 2 Open Beta For PS4 Starts Tomorrow

PlayStation 4 owners will be able to try out the zed-fueled carnage of Killing Floor 2 in an official open beta starting tomorrow.

Tripwire Interactive announced today that the beta will start at 10 a.m. PDT Friday and run through Sunday, Nov. 6. It will feature only select content from the full game, including:

  • Two multiplayer modes, survival and versus survival
  • Three maps: Burning Paris, Biotics Lab, and Evac Point
  • One offline training mission
  • Nine perk classes
  • 14 characters

Players can sign up for the open beta via the game's official site.

Tripwire also released a new trailer showing off Killing Floor 2's PlayStation 4 Pro-enabled 4K graphics. Check out the 4K YouTube video below.

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Killing Floor 2 comes out on PlayStation 4 on Nov. 18. – The Feed

Science-Fiction Weekly – Cloverfield 3, Edge Of Tomorrow 2, Star Trek Vs. Aliens, Exile’s End

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is this week's big science-fiction
release. As strange as it is to link Call of Duty to the science-fiction
genre, I sadly can't go into specifics regarding its quality just yet.
Infinite Warfare hits store shelves (and digital spaces) on Friday, and
our review, penned by the brilliant Dan Tack, will be released soon. I
stand by my claim that Infinite Warfare is my most anticipated game of
the fall. A small sliver of my anticipation comes from the simple fact
that I'm a fan of this series, but I mostly want to dive into this entry
because Activision is taking a real chance on it, something we rarely
see from established and annualized series. Activision may alienate fans
with the hard science-fiction angle, but I believe rocketing into the
cosmos and leaving the past behind is the best thing that could happen
to Call of Duty. This move shakes things up, and also gives us nice
separation between Call of Duty and Battlefield. This year's batch of
shooters all have unique stances in the first-person shooter field, and
that's a great thing.

Other than Infinite Warfare, this week is light on game news and
releases. If you are into old-school action-platformers or Metroidvania
games, you may want to check out Magnetic Realms' Exile's End, available
now for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Wii U, and PC. Exile's End takes place
in the far future, and follows a corporation called Ravenwood, which
has a stronghold on commerce throughout the galaxy. Ravenwood is also a
threat, with its own army and rules. The game begins with Ravenwood's
president disappearing on a mining planet. A mercenary team is sent in
to investigate. This expedition doesn't begin on the best note; an
electrical malfunction leads to the drop ship crashing on the planet's
surface. The mercenaries thankfully make it to escape pods, but now find
themselves separated on the planet. The game follows Jameson, who
awakens with no weapons or means of communicating with this crew.

I only had time to check out about 30 minutes of Exile's End, but
want to dive back into it after I finish up Titanfall 2. Exile's End is
deliberately slow, to a fault even, with little happening other than the
player jumping over space snakes and leaping across chasms in the
opening moments. As repetitive as these actions are, exploration has a
nice Metroid-like vibe to it, and is backed by the hook of discovering
what happened to your crew. You can check out the trailer below for a
brief look at the play style and direction of Exile's End. I wish I had
time for a more thorough breakdown of this title, but if you want to
know more, please leave a comment below, and I'll do my best to play it
this weekend.

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Most of this week's news is tied to the motion-picture industry in
some capacity. I am a huge fan of Bad Robot's science-fiction efforts,
namely anything bearing the Cloverfield name. While I wouldn't mind
seeing a proper Cloverfield 2 some day, I can't recall any other series that has given us such different looks into an established universe. Cloverfield and 10 Cloverfield Lane
are dramatically different in set up and tone, yet  are strongly
intertwined by the time the credits role. The third Cloverfield film may
be hitting sooner than expected. A report from The Wrap states that the J. J. Abrams-produced God Particle may be the next film in this series. God Particle releases on February 24, 2017, and follows a team of astronauts who make a startling discovery. The Wrap
also reports that Abrams and Paramount Pictures hope to annualize the
Cloverfield property. That sounds like overkill to me, but I can never
say "no" to more science fiction, especially if the intent is on making
each installment unique.

If God Particle's plot sounds familiar, you may be confusing it with the recently announced Life.
This film, starring Ryan Reynolds, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Rebecca
Ferguson, follows a team of astronauts who make a startling discovery.
Uh. Yeah, that's the same hook as God Particle. I won't go into
any other specifics, other than a flamethrower is used at some point.
You can check it out in action in the trailer below.

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The most exciting film news is tied to the forthcoming Edge of Tomorrow sequel. I didn't see the original Edge of Tomorrow
in theaters, mainly because my friends deemed it "okay" and "passable."
I obviously wasn't going to avoid seeing a new sci-fi film, and
eventually got around to watching it a few months after it released on
Blu-Ray. I loved it so much that I immediately watched it again, and
proclaimed it to be my movie of the year. I can't even begin to wrap my
brain around the idea of a sequel with Tom Cruise in the lead role
again, but director Doug Liman apparently thinks it's the coolest thing
in the world. In an interview with Collider,
Liman is spitting out hyperbole like it's going out of style. "[Edge of
Tomorrow 2] is the only sequel that I’m considering doing, and it’s
because the story is so amazing—much better than the original film,
and I loved and loved the original film—and it’s a
sequel that’s a prequel," Liman says. He went on to say that it will
"revolutionize how people make sequels." A sequel that's a prequel that
will revolutionize sequels? Someone call Dr. Seuss. Sounds awesome. Now
the bad news. No release date or filming schedule have been revealed
yet. We're going to have to wait for this one, folks.

Comic books allow for a high level of storytelling experimentation.
One such experiment is mashing two properties together for the sake of
fan-boy joy. Judge Dredd took on Batman, Robocop once battled the
Terminators, and now we're going to see xenomorphs invade the Enterprise
in a Star Trek: The Next Generation vs Aliens story. The first issue of
this limited comic series is due out next spring, and is published
jointly by Dark Horse and IDW. The story is penned by Scott and David
Tipton, with art by J.K. Woodward. Yes, there's a chance this comic will
be terrible, but keep an open mind. The examples I listed were damn
good, and since these stories exist outside of their respective
continuities, writers don't have many parameters to follow. Death and
chaos should be expected aboard the Enterprise. We just have to guess
which crew member will reveal the chest-burster. My gut says it will be
Wesley Crusher. Get that punk out of the way within the opening pages.
He's better fodder than a red shirt.

And before you leave, take a look this random video…

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Something Final Fantasy XV-Related Is Happening Tomorrow

Square Enix teased a Final Fantasy XV-related reveal called "Omen" on Twitter today.

Whatever Omen is, it's scheduled for tomorrow at 4 p.m. Central European Time (9 a.m. Eastern and 6 a.m. Pacific in the U.S.) and will be happening on the game's official YouTube channel. That happens to be one hour after Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata is scheduled to go onstage at the Paris Games Week to present new information and content on the game.

While it's unclear what exactly Square Enix plans on revealing, the fact that it's happening on an official YouTube channel means a new trailer is likely. Another possibility, given the title, is a music video – both Final Fantasy VI and Final Fantasy X have songs called "Omen" on their soundtracks.

Final Fantasy XV is set to release November 29 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

[Source: Final Fantasy XV on Twitter] – The Feed

Tune Into Our Titanfall 2 Campaign Stream Tomorrow

Titanfall 2 is set to be released on Friday. We dug the game a lot (check out our review here) and we're going to be streaming a good deal of the campaign tomorrow from 4-6 PM Central Time. 

Be sure to tune in and ask questions in the chat channel. I'll be at the controls and, having played the campaign multiple times, will probably be able to answer whatever questions you have.

See you then! – The Feed

PSA: Free-To-Play Version Of The Tomorrow Children Is Available Now

The co-op sandbox/city-rebuilding sim The Tomorrow Children launched with a paid early access version in early September, with promises of a free-to-play option later down the road. Apparently, the game's child laborers have finished paving that road: Developer Q Games is releasing the free version of The Tomorrow Children today, alongside a Halloween update that includes a free costume. Players who log in between now an November 2 can pick up the Halloween-inspired duds.

Early impressions of the game have been a little mixed (though Reiner thought what he played was fairly fun), but that hasn't stopped players from accruing some dizzying in-game stats, which you can check out at the link below. Q Games says a recently released update has added new islands, powers, and missions to the game, so now may be the perfect time to check it out.

[Source:Playstation Blog] – The Feed

The Division’s Latest Update Releases Tomorrow, See The Full Patch Notes

Version 1.4 of The Division is nearly upon us. Ubisoft already revealed some big changes planned for the latest update, but with the impending release, now players can get a full list of the alterations in store.

This update is so substantial that the development team put the upcoming DLC plans on hold in order to get the core game's mechanics in order. The Division's official site spells out every last detail, but the big additions are the new World Tiers that control the difficulty (and rewards) of encounters. Beyond that, players can expect a variety of balance and quality-of-life tweaks, including adjustments to gear, interface, balance, and other areas.

Update 1.4 releases tomorrow, October 25.


Our Take
The Division came out in March of this year, and keeping players engaged for that amount of time can be challenging – especially when players have complaints about the core gameplay and progression. Even with these changes, The Division could face a challenging few months with a bunch of new shooters like Battlefield 1, Titanfall 2, and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare hitting shelves. – The Feed

Nintendo Is Unveiling The NX Console Tomorrow Morning

Although it's slated to release in March of next year, we still don't know much about Nintendo's upcoming NX console, besides a bevy of rumors and teased information. If rumors are true, the console will be something of a console-handheld hybrid.

Whatever the rumors, come tomorrow morning, we should have the basic details about Nintendo's next foray into the video game market. Tomorrow at 7am Pacific time, the company will be showing a "preview trailer" of the console, which "will serve as Nintendo's preliminary announcement of information regarding the platform."

You can watch the stream tomorrow morning at


Our Take
Wow. This is kind of out of nowhere, huh? I'm a little worried that the "preview trailer" wording means we won't get the deep dive into specifics we're all craving, but my guess is we'll at least get to see what the thing looks like during the stream. – The Feed