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Square-Enix Demo Their New Engine

The creators of Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest have released this video of a real-time animation rendering, courtesy of their new Luminous engine. This looks almost as good as current-gen games’ cutscenes, but who knows if the hardware they’re running matches the next consoles from Microsoft and Sony.

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Square-Enix Streaming Sountracks fo’ Free

Don’t want to pay a crazy amount of money for Square-Enix soundtracks? Get ‘em on iTunes for super cheap. Don’t want to pay anything? Check out music.square-enix.com, where the Final  Fantasy and Dragon Quest wizards are streaming select games’ OSTs for free. It’s full of bugs and not-so-full of selection, but if they keep adding games, this could get pretty cool.

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So good.
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Ramona


Ugh, this is the most well-done Hammer I’ve ever seen on a Ramona.

geeksandgaymers:

gameswithboys:

So good.

randomologie:

Ramona

Ugh, this is the most well-done Hammer I’ve ever seen on a Ramona.

(Source : bachsarcopitcairn)

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A Little Bit on the Triforce Cutting Board Side: I enjoy cutting things. With a knife. I’m way too hardcore to use a cutting board, but for the sake of argument, if I were to buy one, it would probably be this one with a Triforce in it. It would give me the stregth, power, and wisdom to cut, chop, and dice like no other.

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LSDJ MIDI Boxes

I used to wonder if this would ever be created, and years later, here it is. These boxes let you hook up your Game Boy (loaded with Little Sound DJ) to a MIDI keyboard. In English, that means you can control your Game Boy’s sounds using a certain type of music keyboard, rather than tediously programming songs into the software. Granted, the cryptic nature of LSDJ is part of the novelty, but being able to actually control the Game Boy’s audio in real time - rather than using emulation-based plug-ins for your digital audio software - is awesome.

The boxes come in two flavors - one to control a single Game Boy and another to control up to four. Since these are so awesome, you’re going to have to pay up, though - $151 for the former and $255 for the latter, to be specific. Worth it.

Cool!

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Zelda 3DS Hardware Is Classy

The limited edition Zelda DS Lite was really cool, but this might be even cooler. It has only been announced for Europe, but I’d be surprised if North America didn’t get it at some point (or at least got some sort of Zelda-branded 3DS). Personally I’m waiting for the 3DS Lite though.

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