Square Enix makes positive changes to Final Fantasy XV, Eidos ditches controversial pre-order campaign, Activision trolls Singapore, and One-Punch Man is set to debut in the news of the week!
AAA developers have no sympathy for VA pay grievances, Konami lets off some steam, Retro VGS crowdfunding campaign is going nowhere, and Funimation translators insult gamers in the news of the week!
The announcements of TGS are recounted, PS2 Classics may be coming to PS4, the trial version of Mighty No. 9 is delayed, and the live action adaption of Prison School will begin screening next month in the news of the week!
Nintendo looks set to release Pikmin 1 again, PC gamers are getting a FANTASTIC version of Final Fantasy V, Miyamoto explains why Nintendo cannot be bothered making 3d Mario games anymore, and Umaru is a delightful Otaku blob in the news of the week!
Konami upsets gamers still further this week, Rovio cuts its workforce in half, Deus Ex’s pre-order campaign is the greediest yet devised, and lewd Otku are all up in your children’s education in the news of the week!
Metal Gear Solid V’s reviewers fail at their jobs, the Final Fantasy VII remake fails at combat, Nintendo fails to patent a disc drive, and Gate fails in its Japanese duty to lewdness in the news of the week!
Aftermarket wonder device renders Amiibo obsolete, Schafer Kickstarts perpetual fraud, AAA developers step-up to support gamers in the wake of SPJ Airplay terror madness, and sexual terrorism finds an adorable new leading lady in the news of the week!
Another Kickstarter project fails to deliver, Ex-Bioware Kickstarter falls on its arse, Tale of Tales may have exaggerated their quitting [launching a new Kickstarter], and My Wife is the Student Council President is wholly unrelated to Kickstarter.
Final Fantasy XV will release in 2016, Microsoft makes digital support exclusive for the control pad aristocracy, Konami has been treating their staff absolutely disgracefully, and Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F has done better than it had any right to!
Keiji Inafune is bought by the Chinese, Nomura “dramatically changes” Final Fantasy VII’s battle system, the Wii U dies in a ditch, and Neon Genesis directed recants unpopular opinion in the news of the week!