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Pokémon Composer Leaves Game Freak to Pursue Personal Ventures

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The composer for Pokemon X and Y and the man who created the music in Pokemon games since HeartGold and SoulSilver, Shota Kageyama, has announced that he will be leaving Game Freak. Kageyama also said that he still plans on creating in game music even though he will be independent. Kageyama’s colleagues at Game Freak were supportive of his decision to leave and he would not say farewell to everybody there, because he hopes to work with again in the future.

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3 New Final Fantasy X HD Screenshots

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Square Enix has released 3 more screenshots for their upcoming game Final Fantasy X HD. As you may or may not already know, Final Fantasy X HD is a re-release of the PS2 version. The game also comes shipped with Final Fantasy X-2 HD if you get the PS3 version. Both of these game will also be on the PS Vita, but will be sold separately. You can see in the screenshots that the character models are much smoother and just look stunning with the HD graphics.

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New Pokemon X and Y 3DS XLs Announced

pokeeemonTwo new 3DS XLs have been unveiled, launching alongside Pokemon X and Y. The “Xerneas and Yveltal Blue” and “Premium Gold” version will be released on October 12 and include one of the games, stylus, six AR cards, and a 4GB SDHC memory card.

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No word yet on which version of the game gets you which 3DS. Also, no word yet on if there will be a western version. Nintendo has a tendency to release more variants of handheld systems in Japan, which, a lot of times, never see the light of day in the States.

This is the reason I have been holding out on getting a 3DS, and would love for them to release these in the states.

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Once Again, DLC Already On-Disc for a Capcom Game…

So the time has come where another game has been plagued by the controversial “on-disc DLC” condition. It shouldn’t come as any surprise being that this is a Capcom game. It was recently discovered, but long foretold that Street Fighter X Tekken has done DLC content that is partially or in some cases may be completely stored on the discs of the games themselves already (thus making unlocking it cost a fee even though you’re unlocking content you already own).

Despite the many complaints alraedy, to me, this isn’t really a big deal, or at least not more so than any other DLC. The fact is most DLC is made while the game is being made, regardless if they put it on your disc or not. At this point though, we all know what the fighting game niche is like and how Capcom treats their fans. If you didn’t see this coming you should get your eyes checked.

Cinemablend reports: “The news is spreading like wildfire, proving that all of the long-term DLC Capcom had planned for Street Fighter X Tekken is already on the disc. New gameplay footage and additional details confirm that the downloadable content on the Street Fighter X Tekken disc is completely accessible with the right tools.”

[CinemaBlend via GameGrep]

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