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FFXIV: Endwalker Media Tour Interview With Naoki Yoshida

A couple of weeks ago, after spending a large portion of the day getting hands-on time with Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker, we had a chance to meet with Producer and Director Naoki Yoshida over Zoom to ask about the expansion and future updates.
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Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker Media Tour Overview

We recently had a chance to get hands-on with a preview build of Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker. As we have with previous FFXIV Media Tours, we’ve compiled a post detailing each job and the changes that they’ll see when the expansion goes live, as well as a look at several new areas and a brand
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Exploring the Areas of Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker

We recently had a chance to play preview build of Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker as part of the North American Media Tour. During our hands-on time, we were able to explore Old Sharlayan in addition to two field areas: Garlemald and Thavnair. While exploring the field areas, we made it a point to go around
2 months ago
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FFXIV’s Moogle Treasure Trove Arrives Leading up to Endwalker Release

As players eagerly await the release of Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker, Square Enix is opening up the Moogle Treasure Trove once again. This time, letting players grind Irregular Tomestones of Lore in order to get some of the game’s harder to obtain items, in addition to an exclusive item that can only be obtained during
2 months ago
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Gamer Escape Updates Coming Soon!

It’s been more than four years since we refreshed the look of the site – and wow has it been an exciting few years for us here at Gamer Escape! Since then, we’ve expanded our ranks considerably. We’ve welcomed new writers to our reviews team, allowing us to take on more games than ever, and
2 months ago
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Preview: Book of Travels

The moment it launched its Kickstarter campaign in October of 2019, Book of Travels built itself up to be a different kind of online game. Developer Might and Delight labeled it not as an MMORPG, but a TMORPG (that’s Tiny Multiplayer Online RPG) which places players in a large world with no immediate objective apart
2 months ago
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Review: A Juggler’s Tale

Have you ever wanted to like an experience, particularly one that would normally check all your boxes, but couldn’t bring yourself to do it? This is exactly how I felt while playing A Juggler’s Tale. 
2 months ago
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Review: Actraiser Renaissance

The thing that you have to understand about Actraiser is that it’s a classic game that is at the same time so unique it’s never really had a proper sequel. (Yes, I’m aware there’s an Actraiser 2, I’ll get to that.) The game is already a blend of two different genres in a melange of
2 months ago
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Review: In Sound Mind

Nightmare House is certainly a name that brings back memories. I played that way back in 2010 and, 11 years later, it still stands out as a memorable first-person shooter that managed to genuinely frighten me. So of course when I saw the folks behind it made In Sound Mind, alongside having music from The
2 months ago
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Preview: Young Souls

There’s nothing quite like a good beat ’em up. Tricks of the trade guarantee things like fast-paced action, in-depth combat, and side-scrolling mayhem, with aesthetic flourish typically being the cherry on top. When a developer can successfully integrate all four of these elements into a cohesive whole, it’s easy to find yourself with a pretty
2 months ago
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Review: Lost Judgment

I think it’s pretty well known by now that SEGA is none too shy about how much they’re leaning into all aspects of the Yakuza franchise. Which is great, because lately the main franchise and now the Judgment side of things were supposed to have split off into two separate playstyles. Last year’s Yakuza: Like
2 months ago
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Review: Knockout Home Fitness

Wait, what did that title say? Something about home fitness? Oh no, that means I have to get up and move again… Over the years, many have tried mixing a game console with physical activity. All the way back on the NES, there was the Power Pad mat controller with World Class Track Meet. Then
2 months ago
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Review: Hot Wheels Unleashed

It seems I’ve reached that age where my nostalgia is being pandered to. All the TV shows and movies I grew up with as a kid getting sudden reboots. Games I played in my formative years getting remasters dropped out of nowhere. And, what, can I say, I’m reveling in it. Shoot that ActRaiser remaster
2 months ago
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Review: Astria Ascending

This is a weird review for me to be writing. Not in the sense that it has to be a negative one or anything like that, but in the sense that this is the first time that I’ve reviewed a game I previously previewed. As soon as it was clear we would be getting a
2 months ago
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Aetheryte Radio 205: Tales from the Twilight

FusionX, Aldianaux, and Rook put on their storytelling pants today to regale you all with Tales from the Twilight!
2 months ago
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Preview: Chorus

The space combat genre: probably one of the most overlooked and forgotten gaming genres in the modern era. It seems most developers have forgotten about the pure fun of zipping around space in a fancy ship, shooting down ships or creatures or what-have-you, and upgrading that ship so you can zip around faster and shoot
2 months ago
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What is the FFXIV Endwalker Media Tour and When Will Info be Released?

Earlier this week, a flood of creators and media outlets (ourselves included) were given the greenlight to let followers know that they had been invited to the Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker Media Tour. It’s no secret that the game has seen an incredible surge in players and interest over the last several months and we’ve
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Hands On: MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries – Legend of the Kestrel Lancers DLC

More content is good, yeah? It’s even better when you’re a fan of a franchise that hasn’t seen much action until a couple of years ago. Suffice it to say, we can add the BattleTech fanbase to an apparently lengthy list of folks getting the games that they’ve been wanting for years and being at
2 months ago
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Stephen Critchlow, Voice of FFXIV’s Edmont de Fortemps Dead at Age 54

It is with great sadness that we report that Stephen Critchlow, the voice of Edmont de Fortemps in Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward, passed away on September 19 at the age of 54. In addition to voicing Count Edmont, he also worked in Television on shows such as Downton Abbey and Red Dwarf, with other video
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Letter from the Producer LIVE Part LXVI Showcases Endwalker Job Adjustments

In the months leading up to a Final Fantasy XIV expansion, we will often see “the mother of all Live Letters”, the Mother Porxie if you will- a broadcast that goes on for hours upon hours while continuously flooding our brains with the exciting changes to our favorite jobs, as well as other changes that