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Top 10 Final Fantasy RPG Games Of All Time

Final Fantasy Top 10 RPG Games of All Time - RealGamerNewZ

Happy Easter! Welcome to another RealGamerNewZ Top 10 List. This one comes near and dear to our hearts as we prepare a special meal and gather around telling tales of young and the old adventures throughout gaming’s vast universe. Today we will revisit some of our favorite games of all time, the gem of the Square Enix portfolio, and one of the top selling franchises of all time – Final Fantasy.

  1. Final Fantasy VI – PS3+Vita / *Super Nintendo – A realm perfected, a world of ruin, an evil empire, and an adventure of exploration with resilience in the face of adversity. The long lost and forbidden technology of Magic is finally explained to humankind, and its shameful secret revealed. Originally titled “Final Fantasy III” in the United States version, FF6 is a masterpiece that shows the peak design of the classic retro 2D JRPG genre and defines Final Fantasy mechanics as a franchise.
  • Noteworthy Features: Living Espers turn to Summons and Magic Artifacts that any character can learn spells from, Open World with much variety in locations made available through a steady storytelling process that gives the illusion of free roam. Airships and Gambling on to-the-death Battles in Coliseum are also featured. Memorable characters with well fleshed out identities coming together to play various roles in an evolving plot around the battle for ultimate power in a world under threat of being lost to madness.

2. Final Fantasy VII – Steam / PS4 / PS3+Vita – Open rebellion against a sinister rogue state engulfed in genetic engineering, a massive city floating above the sky and a vast overworld with hidden treasures abound. Memorable and universally acclaimed blockbuster of an experiment in disc-based classic retro 2D meets 3D JRPG genre FF7 is currently being remade into a modern day AAA experience, and the original is a must-play experience for turn-based RPG gaming fans.

  • Noteworthy Features: Materia Magic System, High Tech / Modern World Version of Final Fantasy is brought together by intriguing characters who each have their own weapons class of training and path of skills in addition to the Materia System. An entire subset of mini-games leads to a Gamers-style Casino suspended above a quicksand-filled jail.
  • There’s a massive overworld that slowly opens up to gamers across what was originally a 3 disc-campaign on the original Sony PlayStation and cinematic cut-scenes are introduced to the series while paired with exploratory scenes of 2D backgrounds and 3D models in addition to 3D battles taking place in ATB Turn-Based Combat.
  • This title told the tale that cemented Final Fantasy as a gamer’s go-to franchise for solid RPG gameplay systems and stories paired together, and the discovery of FF7 has also led many to retrace the series’ roots in search of gems from previous iterations.

3. Final Fantasy IV – *PlayStation Portable / *Super Nintendo – A time before time, where swords and kingdoms were a noble folk, mages and wizards were of confusion and mystery, and the secrets of the mystic creatures within and around the world made them that much more intriguing. Visit the moon, and reveal the secrets of the inner-earth in FF4, originally titled “Final Fantasy II” in the United States version, an incredibly well polished JRPG that can also be looked to as a defining moment for the Final Fantasy franchise.

  • Features: Guardians of the crystals, the redemption of a dark knight, towns and villages at the mercy of a kingdom and its overthrown ruler’s army, these are the backdrops for Final Fantasy IV. An incredible set of classic-inspired gameplay systems lead this story-based, combat-heavy turn based title by the original Squaresoft who also made FF7 and FF6.

4. Final Fantasy X – Vita / PS3 / PS4 – When we Sin, where does it go? What does it become? If it was all spiraling chaotically into a tsunami-breeding storm, would we stop and pay it attention then? Perhaps our Sin would simply wash over us again and again as we cling on, barely surviving, looking at the civilizations of ancient times left behind as wreckage for a foggy memory we attempt to remind ourselves of. Or is it all just a dream? Final Fantasy X brought the series to a higher graphical presentation while sacrificing some of its open world roots in exchange for a cinematic storytelling experience.

5. Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII – *PlayStation Portable – Another life, another time, the layer behind the story of the man we all looked to

6. Final Fantasy IX – PS3+Vita / Steam

7. Dirge Of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII – *PlayStation 2

8. Final Fantasy Mystic Quest – *Super Nintendo

9. Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call – Nintendo 3DS

10. Final Fantasy V – PS3 / *Super Nintendo

Honorable Mentions: Final Fantasy XV, Final Fantasy IV: The After Years, Final Fantasy Tactics.

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*Super Nintendo, PlayStation 2, and PlayStation Portable titles are provided under the Bill Clinton Act of 1995 in which gamers who own a copy of the original game in physical format are allowed a 24 hour copy of the digital version (emulated) in order to provide backup playing in the event of a hardware failure on the original cartridge. You must own this game to play it.
**Where there are modern day re-releases or remakes that are of an acceptable quality, RGN has provided the link to purchase this game that way instead – however, some remakes of FF games have been deteriorating to the franchise due to the employment of mobile support for iOS and Android touch controls.

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Will FPS / War Sims be #1 choice in VR Gaming? + PlayStation VR Comparisons to Oculus Rift

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Hey gamer family, this question is to everyone: What do you think is an exciting idea for a video game that does not involve guns?

With the prevelance of Virtual Reality hitting us sooner than later, starting off with a 1st generation round of hardware including the PlayStation VR for PS4, we are about to see real-life “Murder Simulators” that anti-video game fanatics have been ranting about for decades. And while war / shooters have their place in entertainment, historical knowledge, tactical survival skill, etc. – will shooters and the so-called “Murder Sims” the industry has been condemned by time and time again really remain the #1 choice for gaming experiences once Virtual Reality begins to slowly take over?

I enjoy war games of all types but once in awhile I feel like shooter games are all the same.

This is why I don’t heavily invest in the Fighting and Racing genres as well. With Virtual Reality Gaming 1st Gen approaching, I’m hearing that shooting people nonstop and whipping your head around massive speeds isn’t going to be available right away and isn’t even recommended for obvious reasons.

The genre of shooters will need to be recreated from the ground up with some amount of realism added to the pace of gun fights at least, never mind the psychological implications of shooting on end in what seems more and more real each hardware cycle.

To see projects like DayZ, H1Z1: Just Survive, or RUST where shooting happens but isn’t a main objective or a nonstop, unrealistic event when it does happen. But let’s be honest these games are still quite buggy, unfinished, boring at times, and need to be replaced by more robust franchises that have been given the proper TLC a new genre birth deserves, not Early Access hell for years upon years of stagnation!

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Alternatively this also opens the door brilliantly for titles with new mechanics and genre concepts. Its very hard to predict and invent what that would be exactly but thankfully many developers worldwide are already working on the initial waves of design. I can at least say I’m glad that No Man’s Sky has been confirmed for PlayStation VR compatibility and it would be great to see a World of Warcraft type game some day on this hardware. I wouldn’t mind seeing something like Sea of Thieves reach VR as well.

Unfortunately, it has been practically confirmed that some games available now will get support patched in. Most likely Sony will keep an eye on quality control for these patches and make sure it only happens when it makes sense. It has been relatively proven in VR already that shooters coded for a TV, Monitor, Mouse and Keyboard, or GamePad Controller are not as good on a VR headset as they need to be to avoid motion sickness.

This was found out thanks to the research & development of great minds like John Carmack who led up Oculus prior to Facebook purchasing the company, and of course engineers at Valve who essentially used Oculus as a shell to do R&D with then ditched for their own standardized Steam VR platform now competing with Oculus Rift via the HTC Vive. A number of specs were gathered and future R&D was revealed by HTC and Valve advancing the release of this round of VR hardware to occur more quickly. While Oculus has attempted to adopt most of this new research and has accomplished much of this in the Consumer Rift, the two technologies still have differences and it remains unclear how the market will shift in terms of support for either headset.

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For this reason and the hefty cost of investing in PC parts to handle running such a device, many gamers are looking towards news, development, and eventually impressions of the best content PlayStation VR has to offer. PSVR will not run at the high level of specs that HTC Vive and Oculus Rift are now calling their minimum standard. But initial impressions are that the PSVR is still a satisfying experience. Sony will be showing off a lot over the next few months and has remained firm on a 2016 release date for the PlayStation VR headset at a price range of $399.99 (base unit) with a $499.99 bundle for people who don’t yet already own a PS4 Camera since it is required to use the PSVR headset. The $499 bundle also includes a game demo disc, headphones, 2 PS Move controllers, and PlayStation Worlds – .

Some controversy surrounds the fact that the recently leaked PlayStation 4K specs (AKA PlayStation 4.5 or codename NEO) give mention to improved experience for the PSVR headset. This seems a little bit unjustified to me, since it’s obviously going to perform better doing EVERYTHING as a system with a higher speed, bus speed, bandwidth, and memory in its APU (CPU / GPU) as well as RAM – Of Course, PSVR will perform better too!

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However, both the standard PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4K are capable of allowing traditional players on DualShock 4 / Television while another player is using the PlayStation VR headset and PS Move Controllers (or DualShock 4) and interacting in an experience together while viewing the different screens. This is possible because the PSVR comes with an additional processing unit mounted to it. And although some may even find it unfortunate that PS Move controllers and a PS4 Camera are required for the ultimate experience, this is a very early but great time for VR technology.

Oculus and Vive both have their own similar controllers with additional technologies added to them and while Vive comes with them, it’s built into cost at $799. Currently the Oculus Rift doesn’t come with these but a future bundle will and is called Oculus Touch. For now, that bundle is not available and Oculus Rift is going for $599. These are early adopter prices and early adopter bundles, with the expectation that if you are buying PSVR you can afford a PS4 Camera. If you want the ultimate experience, you will eventually afford some PS Moves since you probably already sold yours at the end of the PlayStation 3 era like most of us did (D’oh! *Homer Simpson voice).

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RGN Comment Blast: Reader Reviews – What Do YOU Score Black Ops 3 Out of Ten?

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In the comments section below; describe in as much detail as possible what you think about the game’s graphics, storyline, gameplay, multiplayer modes, and what you’d give the game overall # out of 10 as a score along with why it earned that score from you. The best Reader Reviews will get talked about on RGNTV LIVE at the RealGamerNewZ Channel on Twitch.TV and if you’re really, really good at these we might take your opinions seriously while evaluating our own review of the game in cases where there’s a good point in what’s being said in the Reader Reviews sections. This is your chance to get your voice heard about what score / review notes a game truly deserves out there so spill your guts and tells us what you think. No word limits, no censorship, no rules. Go ahead!

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Killzown Invades: Pixel Pop Festival 2015 – Part 1

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Killzown makes his triumphant return to Saint Louis’ Premiere Indie Game Festival, Pixel Pop 2015. This year featured over twenty independent game devs in both Video and Table-Top/Card Game format on the show floor as well as panels, contest, and game tournaments during the show’s two day stretch. This years event was hosted Dynamic Midwest Events and Happy Badger Studio at Webster University’s East Academic Building. Check out the video below and for more info on Pixel Pop be sure to visit  www.pixelpopfestival.com/ today.  If you want to keep with Killzown check him out on www.djkillzownjones.com, Twitch, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Google+ and subscribe to his channel on Youtube then as always keep it locked to RGN for all of your event coverage.

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Killzown Invades – Gateway Geek Fest – Part 2

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Killzown returns to the Gateway Geek Fest show floor to show you the folks at home more of what you missed. If you missed the last episode of Killzown Invades GGF click here and come back when your finished  watching it so you’re all caught up.  Gateway Geekfest will be back next year August 5th – 7th 2016 with more information to be announced soon. Check out the video below and then be sure to visit www.gatewaygeekfest.com/ for everything GGF.  Keep with Killzown on Twitch, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Google+ and subscribe to his channel on Youtube. Thank you for watching and make sure to keep it locked to RGN for your event news and coverage.

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Killzown Invades Gateway Geek Fest – Part 1

Killzown Invades Gateway Geek Fest

 

DJ Killzown Jones was recently invited to cover the “Gateway Geek Fest”  in Bridgeton Missouri hosted by Toyman STL of Toyman show Fame. GGF blends the Toy/collectible show aspect from a traditional Toyman show and  elements of  the various Comic Cons and Anime Cons bringing in Special Guest in geek culture. Check out the video below and be sure to comment below with your thoughts on Gateway Geek fest. If you want more info about GGF or the Toyman Collectibles Show visit www.gatewaygeekfest.com/ & www.toymanshow.com/. Keep up with Killzown on Twitch, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Google+ and subscribe to his channel on Youtube. Thanks for watching and be sure to keep it locked to RGN for all your event coverage.

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Top 11 Most Anticipated Games

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Fun fact, this is really a top 12 list. Just wanted to slightly troll. The following video will show all.

 

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Planetside 2 PS4 BETA Gameplay Highlights by Tommarello – Part 1 [HD]

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Planetside 2 PlayStation 4 BETA.. Game footage on Amerish, Indar and Esamir. Created with PlayStation ShareFactory.

Hello All,
Here’re some highlights of the brilliant Planetside 2! Release is tomorrow and it’s a FREE game so no excuse to not give it a try :)) Had so much fun with this game so far, as I hope you’ll see. It really is a game for any type of player of any level! We play as the blue guys, New Conglomerate (NC) and I hope to see all of you very soon!
Make sure to catch the very end of part 2, to witness a classic bit of team play by the man himself

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All the best Tom M…
:))

[Update 6/23/15: Planetside 2, 4pm GMT today and 1pm Pacific, according to the PS2 Forum..
Beta testers will have access to some exclusive camo’s, XP boosts and tittles etc, with the first update which is expected for the week of 29th June.]

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E3 2015: Nintendo Press Conference Final Verdict

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If there are words that seem to be ringing true after watching Nintendo’s Digital Event of 2015, those words would be: Disappointment, underwhelming, and milquetoast.

They kicked it off in high gear with Star Fox Zero’s announcement, and some awesome looking gameplay footage that really showed off a heralded return to the classic Star Fox gameplay that we all know and love. Not only that; they announced that Platinum Games, the same folks behind Bayonetta 2, is the developer, so we kicked off with a guns a blazin’ start.

What happened after? Well, let’s just simply say it was almost an absolute disaster. So after Star Fox Zero’s reveal, we were shown a game called Metroid Prime: Federation Force which is being made for the 3DS. The negative reaction to the game was so strong that there’s actually a petition on Change.org calling for the game’s cancellation. Seriously, no joke, it’s a legit petition, but I do not think it’ll amount to anything.

Aside from that, Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival looked interesting, though many were quick to dismiss it as a Mario Party knock-off, and another excuse for Nintendo to unleash even more Amiibo upon us when current Amiibo are near impossible to find as is. Not only that, both Metroid Prime: Federation Force and Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival seemed to do nothing but frustrate fans and add fuel to the fire regarding the notion that “Nintendo doesn’t listen.”

To make matters even worse, they focused once again on familiar turf, games that were already announced, like Super Mario Maker (which does look absolutely awesome) and Yoshi’s Woolly World. These two games are expected to be released soon so it’s natural to want to hype them. But we already know these games are coming and both games look solid, so why devote more time than necessary to hyping the titles? That’s time that could be used to talk about further upcoming titles that were conspicuously absent from the show.

The Xenoblade Chronicles X trailer was a sight to behold, for the first time we actually saw English menus and dialogue in the game itself. The game’s release date is finally set for 12/05/15, which while a long ways away, gives is plenty of time to go reserve the game if we so desire. Not a bad thing at all if you ask me. I get the feeling they’re working on polishing things up and getting a possible English dub done too.

Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash looked good as well, and could very well serve as a precursor to another Mario Golf game for the console. But the game did look solid, and I am sure we will find out more about it in the near future. I’m pretty sure this game will have on-line play considering its predecessor did. The game also had some interesting features like being able to morph into a bigger version of your character to make matches either easier or more challenging depending on how things go.

A surprise that was accidentally released was Hyrule Warriors: Legends for the 3DS, which is not a straight port of Hyrule Warriors for the Wii U but rather it seems to take cues from Samurai Warriors: Chronicles in that you switch between characters and perform combos. The game has all the previous characters from the Wii U version, and includes Tetra and another character, The King of Red Lions, both of whom can be unlocked in the Wii U version of the game as well.

Then for some bizarre reason, Nintendo decided to show off Shin Megami Tensei x Fire Emblem even though that game is nowhere near close to release yet. Heck, the trailer seemed to be almost the exact same one shown in April’s Nintendo Direct. Why they did this is beyond me. Again, they could’ve, and should’ve used the time much better than they did. They did show Mario x Luigi: Paper Jam though, which is a nifty cross-over title of the two RPG franchises, very cool and looked awesome as well.

However, some titles that we know are coming, like Devil’s Third and Fatal Frame were conspicuously absent from the Digital Event itself, why? I can’t put my finger on this, especially considering that we both know these games are coming to North America and Europe. Believe it or not, Europe already has a confirmed release date for Devil’s Third, 8/25/15, while North America? Still trying to find out when it’s hitting these shores. Funny thing is though; Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water got a new trailer and the official name revealed after the Digital Event was done.

Final Verdict: Nintendo E3 2015:

All in all, I agree with the consensus, the Nintendo E3 Digital Event of 2015 was underwhelming, to me it felt half-baked and needed more time in the oven. So much greatness was held back by many missed marks. Things that would’ve been perfect to show off during the event were instead held off until further notice, and things that should’ve been revealed at the event, were completely absent. Simply put, the whole thing was a mess and when compared to last year’s incredible showing, not only does it come up woefully short, but suffice it to say, the undercooked cake they served left a bitter taste in many a gamers’ mouth.

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Mega Ran’s E3 2015 Wrap Up

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I had the pleasure of attending this year’s E3 in Los Angeles for the fourth straight year, and this time, I was determined to make the most of it in ways I never had before.

I’m typically very impatient when it comes to waiting in lines, and I usually never understand the desire to do so, just to play games that will be available to the general public in a few months. But this time, there were a few blockbusters that I couldn’t wait to get my hands on. So I decided to do whatever I could to play and see what all the fuss was about this year at E3. I broke them down into categories.

Ran’s Best of E3 (with hands-on time):

#1. Star Wars Battlefront

SWB was awesome. They allowed us to play 6 waves of co-op multiplayer, and in it, you’re a rebel soldier taking on waves of Stormtroopers and Walkers increasing in difficulty. You get to choose a pretty neat loadout in the beginning, including perks like personal shields and jet packs. I found it hard to aim and get headshots going, but I performed decently, making it to wave 5 before meeting my demise. I’m upset that this game isn’t going to have a single player story mode, but local multiplayer was a nice surprise and I can’t wait to get this one in November.

#2. Mad Max

WOW. It’s a combination of every game I’ve loved in the last 10 years: Shadow Of Mordor/Batman Arkham fighting mechanics meets GTA style open worlds and missions meets Twisted Metal car combat. Biggest surprise of the show in my eyes. The plot is independent of the movie but contains enough similarities to bring you right back to the awesome theater experience. I had no idea this game would be this good. Must buy.

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#3. Mighty No. 9

I had a meeting with Nick Yu of Comcept before I played the game, and he was so excited about showing it off. The game is being distributed by Square Enix, who had a HUGE display booth at E3. He couldn’t believe that his game, funded by a mere 4 million dollar budget, was on display on a huge screen, sandwiched between the new Tomb Raider and Final Fantasy titles, which both boast budgets well over 100 million. But onto the game, it’s fun and fast. Plays a little like Mega Man X, but not totally. Reminds me a lot of the Capcom remakes on PSN and Xbox live, like Strider and Bionic Commando. Much more than a Megaman clone, MN9 contains chain combo bonuses, fun dialogue and huge colorful bosses. Looking forward to more playtime in September.

#4. Street Fighter V

I wasn’t hugely into SF4, but I really enjoyed the few rounds I played on SF5. The new moves, combos and slightly slower gameplay was a welcome pace change from the last one. Seems to be a bit more detailed after a close look, but at first glance it looked just like the original. I got whooped pretty quickly, but I have to say I’m a fan of Birdie early on.

#5. Super Mario Maker

Nintendo stays winning. This is the most fun game I played on the show floor. All the characters and graphical styles of EVERY Mario game, fully selectable and customizable. I can see this game lasting for years, people will be creating their own levels and trading them online forever.

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Best Games I Didn’t Play:

#1. Last Guardian/Horizon/Uncharted 4

Sony ran a 3 room extended demo of each of these games and I really enjoyed it. Super excited and it might be just enough to get me to cop a PS4 this year. Particularly impressed with Horizon.

#2. Halo 5

The lines were about 2 hours to play and I didn’t have that much time, so I watched some videos and it looked really cool. Saw a little 24 player multiplayer and that REALLY excited me. Can’t wait to grab that one.

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E3 2015 Winners:

Bethesda – probably had the most packed booth. Fallout 4 plus the amazing Fallout Shelter iOS app.

Square Enix – Kingdom Hearts, scooping up Mighty No 9

Microsoft – Backward Compatibility, Recore, New Gears, Rare Replay, Minecraft Hololens…nice.

Sony – FF7, Shenmue 3, Uncharted, Horizon, and a whole lot more.

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E3 2015 Losers:

Nintendo – no Zelda, StarFox looks pretty much the same…but the puppets were cool.

Playstation Vita – no mention at all. Womp.

EA Sports – Madden looks pretty much the same, and why bother with NBA Live. But FIFA always comes through.

Overall, this might have been my favorite E3 in a while, good combination of great games coming soon, as well as really good stuff in the future to look forward to. Here’s to gaming.

Ran
@megaran

Random AKA Mega Ran Mega Man Legacy Collection E3 2015 RealGamerNewZ

 

Tour Dates:

w/special guest brentalfloss
June 20 NYC @ Webster Hall
June 21 New Haven, CT @ Cafe Nine**
June 21 (NIGHT) Providence, RI @ DV8
June 23 Boston @ TT The Bears Place*
June 24 Syracuse @ Singers**
June 25 Watertown – Flashback Lounge**
June 26-28 Oaks, PA @ Too Many Games Fest*
June 29 Detroit, MI @ Garage Cultural
June 30 Yellow Springs, OH @ Super-Fly Comics
July 1 St Louis, MO – The Demo
July 2 Milwaukee, WI – 42 Lounge
July 3-4 Chicago, IL Anime Midwest
July 5 Minneapolis, MN @ 7th St. Entry^
Tickets at megaran.com/shows
**with Sammus + DNilsz *with brentalfloss and Sammus + DNilsz ^Ran & K Only

>> Tickets And More Info Info Available At MegaRan.com

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