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Culdcept Revolt multiplayer trailer, and free day one DLC sign-ups

NIS America has released a new trailer for Culdcept Revolt, which focuses on multiplayer, as well as showcasing gameplay, spells, and land effects.

In addition to the new trailer NIS has also opened up a sign-up for players to receive two free DLC packs for the title on launch day. These packs include the following:

  • Challenge from Hell DLC – A challenging bonus scenario and special map that can be used in single and multi-player game modes!
  • Soltis Book Cover DLC – Show off your book locally and online with a glorious book cover based on the god of Soltaria!

The free offer will only last through 9:59 a.m. PT on October 3, 2017. Your download code will be e-mailed to you on launch day at 10:00 a.m. PT. You can find the links below for the sign-up:

(North America, Europe, Australia)

Culdcept Revolt for the Nintendo 3DS arrives in North America on October 3, 2017 and in Europe on October 6, 2017.

You can check out the trailer below.

You can now download A King’s Tale: Final Fantasy XV “FREE” on PS4 and Xbox One

Today Square-Enix has released A King’s Tale: Final Fantasy XV, a former Final Fantasy XV preorder bonus exclusive to specific retailers, is now free for everyone on the Marketplace, and Playstation Store.

You can check out a quick overview  about the game below:


A King’s Tale: Final Fantasy XV is an action game with retro-styled graphics and fast-paced combat. Taking place a fictitious 30 years before Final Fantasy XV, the action centers around King Regis and his faithful companions (Weskham, Cid and Clarus) defending the royal capital from raiding monsters.

Key Features

  • Deep Combat System – Combos, counters, and Regis’ signature “Warp Strike” combine for lightning fast real-time combat that rewards fast reflexes and smart tactics.
  • Companions – Three distinct companions offer unique and new ways to attack as well as tailored super moves that deal massive damage.
  • Magic – Ignite the battlefield, freeze your enemies, or electrify your foes with Fire, Ice, and Lightning magic.
  • Summons – Call upon epic Astral entities to decimate your foes in jaw-dropping ways.

Lost Odyssey is Free for Xbox One for a Limited Time

In celebration of the Xbox One Backward Compatibility catalog exceeding 300 games, Microsoft announced Lost Odyssey to be a free download.

Originally released on Xbox 360, this RPG from Final Fantasy creator Hironobu Sakaguchi and Mistwalker is a n awesome title to add to your library, but you can only get it free until December 31st.

Here is a quick overview of the game.


A man without a past fights for a world without a future.

From famed creator Hironobu Sakauchi of Mistwalker comes a revolutionary RPG experience rich in depth, emotion, and cinematic gameplay. In an age that has harnessed the dark power of magic, you are the mysterious, immortal Kaim—on a quest to reclaim 1,000 years of lost memories. Surviving violent wars and encountering friends, lovers, and enemies, you will discover the true meaning of both sorrow and joy.


  • Immerse yourself in an unparalleled story-line set in a massive world.
  • Unique combat system with the use of the Aim Ring System, Skill Link, and more.
  • Photo-realistic visuals and cinematics intensify the tension and tempo to take you beyond traditional RPGs.
  • Experience epic gameplay never before seen with hundreds of field maps, monster characters, and much more.

Play Overwatch for Free this Weekend on PS4 and Xbox One

Do you play Overwatch, or are you still not sure about picking it up? Well if this weekend Blizzard is allowing PS4 and Xbox One player’s download the game on their console for a free-play weekend. Players will have full access to the game, but only for a limited time.

The trial has already started (September 9 11am PDT), and will run till September 12, 4pm PDT. This would be the best time to try the game out and see if it a game you would like to pick up.

Will you be playing this weekend, or do you already own Overwatch? Leave your thoughts in the comment section below.