22 Dec 2021
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FFXIV Endwalker Guide: The Mothercrystal

Spoiler warning! This guide for the level 89 trial contains information from the FFXIV Endwalker Patch 6.0 Main Scenario.
21 Dec 2021
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FFXIV Endwalker Guide: The Aitiascope

Spoiler warning! This guide for the level 89 dungeon contains information from the FFXIV Endwalker Patch 6.0 Main Scenario.
20 Dec 2021
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Aetheryte Radio 211: Endwalker Review

Once again, spoiler free! In a strange turn of events, Aetheryte Radio has the most dissenting opinions amongst ourselves that we've ever had! Join us as we disagree (cordially) over Endwalker!
13 Dec 2021
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FFXIV Endwalker Guide: The Tower of Zot

Spoiler warning! This guide for the level 81 dungeon contains information from the FFXIV Endwalker Patch 6.0 Main Scenario.
6 Dec 2021
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Preview: ELEX II

In October of 2017, German developer Piranha Bytes asked a question: “What would an open-world RPG that mixed worldbuilding elements of both fantasy and science fiction look like?” The provided answer to this question was ELEX, an acronym representing the words Eclectic, Lavish, Exhilarating, and Xenial.
22 Nov 2021
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Review: Arcadia Fallen

One of the perks of being a game reviewer is learning about upcoming games that may be easy to miss. Sometimes, these hidden gems can provide more entertainment than big named titles, and when that happens it’s ALWAYS the best feeling. I recently had this experience with Arcadia Fallen, a modern fantasy visual novel developed
22 Nov 2021
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Aetheryte Radio 209: FFXIV Food

Lemon Drop, aka @ARecipeReborn, and Anonymoose join Rook, Fusion, and Xenedra to talk over the recently released FFXIV Cookbook by Victoria Rosenthal. Each one of us made a recipe or two from the adorable pages and we can't wait to share them with you!
8 Nov 2021
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Aetheryte Radio 208: Letter from the Producer LXVII

Join Fusion, Aldianaux and Rook as they explore the ups and downs of the latest Live Letter!
8 Nov 2021
3

Welcome to the New Gamer Escape!

Last month we gave you a first look at a brand new Gamer Escape. Today we’re excited to announce that those updates are now live! All of us here at Gamer Escape are incredibly excited about the update, which is something that we’ve been hard at work on for more than a year. We’ve been
6 Nov 2021
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FFXIV Letter from the Producer LIVE LXVII Summary

As we approach the launch of Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker, Producer and Director Naoki Yoshida still had more to tell us during what will be the last Live Letter broadcast before the new expansion arrives. Information was shared about the new small-scale PvP: Crystal Conflict, as well as details about the changes coming to crafters
5 Nov 2021
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FFXIV: Endwalker Delayed by Two Weeks

Producer & Director Naoki Yoshida announced tonight during the 67th Letter from the Producer Live that the release of Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker, the upcoming expansion pack, is being delayed by two weeks. The new release schedule is as follows: Official Release: Tuesday, December 7, 2021Start of Early Access: Friday, December 3, 2021Patch 6.01 Scheduled
4 Nov 2021
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Preview: Weird West

If you’ve been a semi-casual Gamer Escape reader this past summer (which you should be, duh), you’ve probably come across our past coverage of Weird West, a top-down cel-shaded action RPG developed by some of the core staff behind Arkane Studios and games such as Dishonored. Published by Devolver Digital, it drew me in since
3 Nov 2021
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Preview: Shadow Tactics – Aiko’s Choice

I always have an interest in rare genres, things new or resurrected. It’s for this reason that I leapt at the chance to preview Shadow Tactics: Aiko’s Choice, despite not being familiar with the original Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun. A strategy stealth game, it combines isometric control of a squad of characters with
2 Nov 2021
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Review: Panorama Cotton

The Cotton games are a series of shoot ’em ups (or cute ’em ups, if you prefer) that haven’t seen much popularity outside of their native Japan. Up until this year, Cotton: Fantastic Night Dreams, the franchise’s first entry, was the only one to receive a North American release on the TurboGrafx-CD in 1993, and
29 Oct 2021
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Review: Unsighted

I’m going to die. I don’t care about that. I care about what it means. It happens. I consider myself decent at video games, and I rarely get particularly angry with games. It’s part of my job. Sure, it might be a bit annoying to get stunlocked and killed, but there’s no reason to get
27 Oct 2021
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State of Play Reveals New Star Ocean, Bugsnax Update and more.

Today, PlayStation went live with their latest State of Play broadcast which gave us our first look at the next Star Ocean game from Square Enix as well as a free update coming to Bugsnax! Read on to see all of the trailers from today’s presentation!
25 Oct 2021
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Review: Gleylancer

Ever since finally getting my hands on a PC Engine Duo (or, as it was known in the US, the TurboDuo), I’ve been on a bit of a shmup kick. The system is known for its absolute glut of space shooters, after all, so why not dive in and see what it actually had to
25 Oct 2021
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Top 10 Questions We Want Answered in FFXIV: Endwalker

Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker is said to answer many questions that players have had over the games lifespan. Since the original 1.0 version of the game launched in September of 2010, we’ve been presented with a lot of different story beats- some of which have maybe deliberately never been addressed, and some which have simply
21 Oct 2021
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Review: Tandem: A Tale of Shadows

It’s that time of year again. The autumnal season is in full swing, and our current proximity to Halloween could very well move you to seek out TV shows, movies, music, and video games to commemorate the month of harrowing haunts and spectral spirits. There’s no shortage of spooky titles asking for your time, but
19 Oct 2021
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Review: Assassin’s Creed Valhalla – Discovery Tour: Viking Age

Before I begin this review in any sort of proper context, let me just say how I am deeply and personally wounded by the fact that this title is not Educator’s Creed. I thought of that joke when I was first told that this was a thing to be reviewed and I am, in hindsight,