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Check Out This Final Fantasy XI Virtual Reality Chat Room!

In Featured, Final Fantasy XI, Gaming News by Miroku

Anyone remember .hack//SIGN? It was an anime that hit the States back in the early 2000’s on Adult Swim that was set in the fictitious MMORPG, “The World”, a game that was conceptually ahead of our time utilizing virtual reality (VR) headsets in place of a standard screen. While we’re still years away from VR games becoming the standard, one fan of Final Fantasy XI have made an effort to bring us a little bit closer to our world of …

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Final Fantasy XI Reboot- A First Look

In Featured, Final Fantasy XI, Gaming News by Miroku

This week at the Nexon Developers Conference, the first ever images of the new Final Fantasy Mobile game were shown and wound up on a Japanese blog, the images bearing the title, “Final Fantasy XI Reboot”. As many of you well remember, back in March 2015, Square Enix announced The Vana’Diel Project– a means to finally wind down the epic MMORPG Final Fantasy XI, first through a final chapter to the game’s story in Rhapsodies of Vana’Diel, and second, through …

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Netflix Split In Half, Video Games Added To The Menu

In Gaming News by Klisk

It seems that after the price bump this month for Netflix service, and their rather large (nearly 50%!) plummet in the stock market as consequence, they have planned to re-strategize. Netflix is branching off into two companies – The first one, Netflix, which will exclusively deal with streaming movies and digital content over the internet. The second, “Qwikster“, their new company to host the shipment of supposedly “archaic” DVD’s and Blu-ray discs. The perk, however, is that Qwikster will also open …

Retro Moment: Let Us Revisit The XBAND!

In Editorial, Gaming News by Klisk

For those not initiated: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XBAND The XBAND, an admittedly clunky device, was one of my first steps towards online gaming as a youngin’. It was tough choosing between the SNES and the Genesis version, but I ultimately went with Genesis since it supported more titles I was playing at the time. (Plus I preferred NBA Jam on the Genesis.) I mostly bring this forgotten relic into the limelight because of my recent musing: Would gaming be popular today if it …

The Beginning Of The End?

In Gaming News, Video by Klisk

Hilarious stuff, but I can’t help but understand where this old guy is coming from; Even if he is incredibly misled. Warning: Coarse language within!