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Theatrhythm, Kingdom Hearts 3D Coming in July

The two 3DS exclusives have been given American release dates.

Square Enix previously announced both Theatrhythm Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts 3D [Dream Drop Distance] for the US, but failed to provide a release date for either. Today, both titles have received western release dates, and both are coming in July. Theatrhythm Final Fantasy kicks the month off with a July 3 release date and Kingdom Hearts 3D closes it out, releasing on July 31. For those who can't wait, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy will be playable at PAX East at the Square Enix booth (#850).

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More Final Fantasy XIII-2 DLC with Lightning on the Way

Check back in May for another Paradigm Shift.

Square Enix has announced the latest batch of planned DLC for Final Fantasy XIII-2, which will once again focus on Lightning. In Lightning’s Story: Requiem of the Goddess, players will be treated to hidden truths behind the game’s mysterious endings. It will depict the battle between Lightning and Cauis not shown in the main game. Outside of Lightning, the expansion will also rope in Final Fantasy XIII stars, Sazh and Snow.

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Army Corps of Hell Review

Who needs level design, differed gameplay, or strategy as long as you're ripping off a popular IP?

Army Corps of Hell is one of several games that have tried to replicate the successful Pikmin formula, but have failed miserably at doing so. Although the mechanics suffer from very few issues, the gameplay is excruciatingly repetitive.

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Final Fantasy XIII-2 Review

Final Fantasy takes a journey into the future of the franchise, but hits some potholes on the way.

Final Fantasy XIII-2 had a lot to make up for, being the follow-up to one of the most divisive games in the beloved RPG series. For a franchise that was built on every iteration being wildly different from the last, Final Fantasy XIII perhaps changed a little bit too much in removing many of the core elements that the series—and JRPGs in general—are known for. While that game took over 5 years to develop and was met with confusion and in some cases rage, Final Fantasy XIII-2 is a game that went from announcement to release in about a year. Is it possible that a game so rushed could hope to right the perceived wrongs of its predecessor? The short answer is “yes”, but there’s a pretty big “but…” to go along with it.

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Dungeon Siege III Review

It's all about the co-op, baby!

Remember couch co-op? There was something special about having a buddy over, ordering a pizza, and flopping on the couch to marathon through a great game. That intimate kind of cooperative game play has kind of fallen by the wayside in recent years, thanks to the proliferation of stable online matchmaking. As remarkable an achievement as that is, nothing will replace the fun and energy of having a partner sitting right next to you as you triumph over a challenging game. The folks over at Obsidian haven’t forgotten about couch co-op; it’s the focal point for Dungeon Siege III, a game that is at its best when shared.

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Lightning Will be Playable in Final Fantasy XIII 2, For a Price

The previous FF XIII leading lady will only be playable through DLC.

According to an article posted at Andriasang, Final Fantasy XIII’s previous heroine, Lightning, can be acquired as a playable character in the upcoming sequel, provided you purchase the DLC.

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PlayBit - Final Fantasy XIII-2 Video Preview

Join JD as he both previews and explores the worlds of Final Fantasy XIII-2 in this original video production.

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Scarygirl Coming to XBLA, PSN, and PC

Based on the graphic novel of the same name, players can dive into the game in just 2 weeks.

Square Enix announced today that they plan to publish Scarygirl on Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network, and PC. Appearing as soon as January 18 on XBLA, with a January 24 PSN release to follow, players will be able to action-platform with the titular, tentacle-armed protagonist. Scarygirl is haunted by bad dreams and sets out on a quest to determine their meaning.

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Square Enix Servers Compromised

Another intrusion in a year full of them.

If you are a member of the Square Enix Members club, look for an email from the publisher themselves about a "limited server intrusion." On December 12, a server was compromised and had to be temporarily shut down. This has only affected North America and Japan.

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Rumor: Sazh to Appear in Final Fantasy XIII-2 DLC?

The weathered gunslinger isn't in the main story.

It’s difficult to believe that we’re less than two months away from the U.S. release of Final Fantasy XIII-2, especially when you consider that it isn’t part of the infamous Fabula Nova Crystalis initiative that was announced long before XIII came out. We’re still waiting on Final Fantasy Versus XIII to be in playable form, but this direct sequel to the divisive entry in the long-running series is almost here. Expect a full preview from PixlBit soon, but for now, we have some interesting information about this anticipated release.

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