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  1. Not only did it say on the screen they also stated out loud "FIRST TO PLAYSTATION 4" which means its not exclusive.
  2. No where did it say exclusive, so no doubt it will be on Xbox One and PC.
  3. >https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kznek1uNVsg
  4. http://www.ign.com/videos/2014/12/06/final-fantasy-vii-ps4-announcement-trailer But its another port. no HD remaster or remake. nice job trolling us SE.
  5. Hate to burst your bubble but this just happened today: http://www.joystiq.com/2013/06/11/kingdom-hearts-3-final-fantasy-15-coming-to-xbox-one/
  6. Mandatory game installation required for all games; second install on separate Live account sits behind paywall Microsoft has confirmed that all Xbox One games will require mandatory installation onto the system's hard drive and, to install the same disc onto another user's drive, a fee must be paid. Individual games will be tied to Xbox Live accounts, Microsoft said, meaning that the software giant can detect whether a game has been sold to a retailer and repurchased, or handed from one friend to another. In such instances, the second user must pay a fee. "On the new Xbox, all game discs are installed to the HDD to play," a Microsoft representative told Wired. The company added that, once discs are installed on the hard drive, games can be played without a disc being in the tray. The Wired article then elaborates: "What follows naturally from this is that each disc would have to be tied to a unique Xbox Live account, else you could take a single disc and pass it between everyone you know and copy the game over and over. Since this is clearly not going to happen, each disc must then only install for a single owner." It added: "Microsoft did say that if a disc was used with a second account, that owner would be given the option to pay a fee and install the game from the disc, which would then mean that the new account would also own the game and could play it without the disc." Microsoft did not disclose what the second-user fee would amount too, and did not clarify further on the matter. The article claims that there is no sweeping 'always-online' requirement for future Xbox One games. http://www.computerandvideogames.com/407912/microsoft-confirms-pre-owned-fee-for-xbox-one/
  7. In one of the blooper clips of Durarara!! Shizuo calls Izaya a Power Ranger. So I decided to make this for a friend. http://cloud1414.deviantart.com/art/Durarara-Power-Ranger-372362697
  8. Thing is is that the breast is not a sexuall organ all it is is just fat on the body. I never understood why people make a big deal about it. Just like mothers cant breastfeed their children in public because people think its so wrong. Well fuck them, im glad women are finally getting a break and I hope this goes on throughout the nation. Equallity for all.
  9. Ladies of New York, you are free to walk bare-breasted through the city! New York City's 34,000 police officers have been instructed that, should they encounter a woman in public who is shirtless but obeying the law, they should not arrest her. This is a good step towards gender parity in public spaces. This decision means that breast exposure is not considered public lewdness, indecent exposure, or disorderly conduct. It also notes that, should a crowd form around a topless woman, the officer should instruct the crowd to disperse and then respond appropriately if it does not. Relative coverage is no longer a factor. This policy shift comes after several years of litigation and protest. In the 1992 case People v. Ramona Santorelli and Mary Lou Schloss, the New York Court of Appeals ruled in favor of two women who were arrested with five others for exposing their breasts in a Rochester park, holding the law void as discriminatory. The ruling was put to the test in 2005, when Jill Coccaro bared her breasts on Delancey Street in New York, citing the 1992 decision, and was detained for twelve hours. She subsequently successfully sued the city for $29,000. In 2007, Go Topless, a national organization supporting gender equality in shirtlessness laws, established Go Topless Day. Dozens of women protest – often topless – in thirty cities around the United States, promoting equal rights to be shirtless. Protests usually include chants of “Free your breasts. Free your minds” and a song “Let ‘em Breathe” to the tune of the Beatles’ “Let it Be.” While some who have witnessed these events have suggested that "[t]his is extreme liberalism and why America’s in decline” or “t’s degrading to women,” others have been supportive. One man even said he would encourage his wife to join them. Though bare-breasted women might shock the sensibilities of some in the public, it is encouraging to see the police responding positively to gender bias, even on such a seemingly small scale. After all, no one thinks twice about a man shirtless on a summer day. However, the female nipple or chest is still considered “lewd.” By reminding its officers of this, the NYPD is publicly declaring that it will no longer perpetuate unconstitutional gender discrimination, a standard to which all law enforcement should be held and a decision for which it should be applauded. http://www.policymic.com/articles/42359/topless-women-in-public-not-breaking-the-law-says-nypd
  10. Thats because they redid everything basically from the ground up like how nintendo made OOT for the 3ds. Redid all the character models.
  11. I have to say, some hand held games were fine. 3rd birthday was great, same as Crisis-core. Never got the chance to play type-0. but yeah those ios games such a slap in the face for the fans. People are still depanding KH3 and FF7 on PS3 but its like I keep on telling everyone, no KH3 until they are done with V13 and FF7 will take at least 10 years to redo everything to match the graphics like 13. Also they wont do it until they make a game that beats 7 so yeah thats never going to happen. Even though I think 6,8-10 are so much better then 7 imo.
  12. Some shocking news has recently come to light regarding the Japanese branch of Square Enix. Yoichi Wada, the CEO of the company, will be stepping down at the end of June. He will be replaced by Yosuke Matsuda, who is currently the representative director of the company. Matsuda joined Square in 2001 as senior vice president and has steadily climbed the ranks of the company over the past dozen years. The exact date of his instatement has not been revealed as of yet. This piece of news sure has spiced up what would have been a regular Tuesday evening. I’ll admit, I’m not entirely surprised; the company revealed that it lost quite a large sum of money last year, and just recently, they slashed their consolidated results forecast. The company is expecting less digital sales, and are expecting to lose just over $106 million USD. What do all of you make of this? Do you think this will be good for the company, or is it too early to tell? Maybe a new boss is just what Square Enix needs to dig itself out of its current situation and win back its fans. Here’s hoping for an improvement http://operationrainfall.com/yoichi-wada-resigns-june/
  13. Well europe will be getting the international versions again. But im sure that since were getting the final mixes for Kingdom Hearts 1.5 we will have the international versions for these games as well. Off screen recording of the trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=58OQuuSRdMY
  14. In the first screen they made him look more like how he is in the cutscenes. Which is good IMO, before his hair didnt even look like it was on his head right.
  15. Square Enix has confirmed that Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 are coming to PlayStation 3 and Vita remastered in HD. Final Fantasy X HD is the remake of the first Final Fantasy game on the Playstation 2. It is the first FF game to use voice acting and a massive leap in the cinematic approach to storytelling. Final Fantasy X-2 was released in 2003 for Sony’s PlayStation 2. Here are the first in-game screenshots of the remake. Source: http://www.psmania.net/2013/03/first-high-res-in-game-screenshots-of-final-fantasy-x-x-2-hd/
  16. Beginning today, AT&T, Cablevision, Comcast, Time Warner Cable, and Verizon have all agreed to start spying on their users. That's right. The US's largest Internet Service Providers are implementing a new "online infringement" plan to identify and punish, with virtually no due process, users suspected of downloading copyrighted content. Click here to tell the ISPs: no cyber-snooping, no punitive new copyright rules. After a year of back room dealing with the MPAA and RIAA, the nation's top ISPs have agreed to use the so-called "Copyright Alert System" (or "Six Strikes") to go after customers suspected of file-sharing Following a series of escalating warnings, the plan would allow ISPs to slow down, or "throttle," the Internet connection of suspected copyright violators. And if you want to contest the accusation? That will cost you $35. Click here to put the ISPs on notice: stop overly punitive infringement policies or we'll take our business elsewhere. The new plan would jeopardize open and public WIFI networks, and lead to widespread wrongful accusations for those who share a network at home, in a WIFI hot spot, or in the workplace. Six Strikes is designed to safeguard the profits of America's wealthiest industries by tracking, targeting, and punishing internet users. Click here to oppose Six Strikes. Please urge your friends to take action TODAY by forwarding this email or using these links: If you're already on Facebook, click here to share with your friends. If you're already on Twitter, click here to tweet about the campaign: Tweet
  17. Fanservice has been in animes since the 80s. Dragon Ball back in the 80s had nudity. And people still complain about fanservice. People will complain about everything.
  18. Still they never got permission to use anything from the show. Hasbro had to protect their IP. Hopefully they can work things out. Its still a good thing I still have the leaked beta on my computer. People are starting to think since they had a charity tourney at EVO 2013 with FIM thats probably how Hasbro got wind of them making money off of the game, even though the money was going to cancer research.
  19. I know there are some bronies on the forums and you might already know this but I wanted to share it anyways. As per a note on Mane6's website, the team behind Fighting is Magic- the in-development, non-profit fighting game based on Friendship is Magic- has received a cease and desist letter from Hasbro's lawyers. According to the site's blog post, various legal measures have been considered and enacted, but for now the team must comply with the order. As such, production has been shut down indefinitely. A staff member of Mane6 has also resigned from the project, effective immediately. You can find the blog post here. For those interested, Lauren Faust has something to say on the issue. Here is a petition if you feel like signing it, it already has over 7,700 over just one night: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/526/847/063/allow-the-continuation-of-the-development-of-mane6s-mlp-fighting-is-magic/ Source: http://www.equestria...ase-desist.html
  20. I enjoyed it at least. But yeah pretty much all anime coming from japan nowadays is just fanservice. I dont mind fanservice but when its done way over the top is when it becomes borderline hentai in a way.
  21. We already knew there was more Highschool of the Dead in the works; now we know what the next round of manga is calling itself: Highschool of the Dead Apocalypse. Sounds cheerful, doesn’t it? I feel like the cast of The Walking Dead would be proud. Are you ready for spring 2013? Between new Oreimo, another Gen Urobuchi series and now HotD’s return, it’s looking to be a fine time to love anime and manga. Considering the anime’s insane popularity, think we’ll get a season two based off Apocalypse? Source: http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2013/02/09-1/new-highschool-of-the-dead-manga-has-a-name
  22. Namco Bandai has announced that its all-star-brawler Project X Zone will be coming to North America and Europe sometime this summer. Project X Zone was released in Japan last October and features a massive 200 characters across 29 different franchises. The game has been developed by Sega, Namco-Bandai, Capcom, and Monolith Soft. http://mynintendonews.com/2013/01/21/project-x-zone-coming-to-north-america-and-europe-this-summer/
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