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In 1998, Tim Schafer released a strange and innovative PC game called Grim Fandango, and it would go on to become a cult classic. Now, over 15 years later, Grim Fandango has been re-released with updated visuals, a live orchestrated soundtrack, and new features. Grim Fandango Remastered is available today on PlayStation 4, Vita, Mac, PC, and Linux. You can catch the launch trailer by clicking below!

Resident Evil: Revelations 2 will begin its episode release next month, signaling the return of a fan-favorite character who has been absent for quite some time. The gun-loving Barry Burton returns to the survival-horror series in search of his kidnapped daughter, Moira. Burton will be teaming up with Natalia Korda, a child with mysterious powers, to investigate a dangerous island. You can check out gameplay by clicking below!

Destiny's next expansion, House of Wolves, will not make the same mistakes carried out by The Dark Below, according to statements made by Bungie designer Luke Smith on NeoGAF. In the thread Smith notes that "the mistakes made with the DLC1 reward economy will not be repeated." Specifically, Bungie would like to correct an issue from The Dark Below in which vendor gear made armor earned from The Vault of Glass nearly obsolete. 

Just prior to Gamescom last August, Square Enix surprised us with the reveal of a new episodic "AAA indie" game called Life is Strange. Developed by Dontnod, the team behind Remember Me, Life is Strange is a story-driven adventure that allows players to rewind time, which comes in handy seeing as your actions will influence the story. Episode one of Life is Strange hits Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC on January 30, but you can check out the first 20 minutes right now by clicking below!

Remember the PSN outage that happened in 2011? Sony is currently under a class-action lawsuit for whatever damages and information leaks occurred during this month of downtime. The “class” in this lawsuit includes anyone who registered for a PSN account, a Qriocity, or SOE account on or before May 15, 2011. If you happened to have an account before this mass attack, you may be entitled to some compensation

Head inside to see if you're eligible!

Square Enix is preparing for a simultaneous worldwide launch of Final Fantasy XV, and they're easing the wait with regular updates. Today we've got a new batch of screenshots focused on the combat aspect of the action-RPG. Attacks and defensive maneuvers like the impulse thrust, parry, dodge, and teleport are all present, as well as another look at a Behemoth. Click below to check it out!

It's been a long wait for Final Fantasy XV, and we still don't have a set release date. However, when the game does finally launch, it sounds like there won't be any wait for localization. Speaking with Level Up, director Hajime Tabata stated that, although he cannot reveal a date yet, he wants the game to launch everywhere simultaneously so that everyone can experience Final Fantasy XV at the same time. Hopefully the wait isn't too much longer now!

Update: It seems that a $59.99 price tag is appearing for some users while the $40.99 price tag is still showing for others.

We still don't have a launch window in sight for Kingdom Hearts III, but you can pre-order the hotly-anticipated RPG, and apparently at a reduced price. Amazon and Target both had the game listed at $40.99 earlier this morning, and while Amazon's pre-order price has returned to the normal $59.99, Target is still listing the game with a $40.99 price tag. We're not sure if this is some kind of error, given that Amazon switched the price back, but you may be able to get quite a good deal if you pre-order now!

One of my favorite video games of all time is EarthBound from the Mother series. This SNES cult classic combines standard RPG elements like turn-based battles and experience points, but takes place in a modern setting based on 1980's American culture. Given my love for the series, I was delighted to see Eden Industries take inspiration from it and create a goofy, nostalgia-fueled modern RPG in the same vein. That game is Citizens of Earth, and publisher Atlus supplied us with a Wii U copy for review. Does Citizens of Earth live up to the high standard set by its predecessor? Hit the jump to catch our review!

For all of you PlayStation users out there, the 10% cart discount that Sony is offering as compensation for the network outages suffered this past Christmas is now live, and will remain available until tomorrow, 1/26 at 9:00 AM. This discount applies to an entire cart purchase, but excludes pre-orders, PlayStation Plus subscriptions, Music Unlimited, PS Now, and Rentals. "Transactions made on PlayStation Store via the PS Vita, PlayStation TV or PSP content" are an exception. Sony says that you can still use the vouchers for PS Vita and PSP content, but you'll have to go through the webstore.

Head past the jump to get your voucher!