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Final Fantasy XV really is coming in 2016, more details will be revealed in March

After dropping a few hints that Final Fantasy XV would be released next year, director Hajime Tabata confirmed at PAX that the game would indeed be released in 2016, and that Square Enix will hold an event to announce the release date in March.

Gaming

Top 17-inch laptop bags for gamers, professionals and photographers

Having trouble with your brick of a laptop? We've rustled up the best 17-inch bags, packs and cases around to store your desktop-replacement for every type of travel.

Computing

Getting sweaty, disoriented, and astonished at the world’s first VR film festival

Leave your expectations in Telluride. Participants at Kaleidescope are pushing the limits of VR technology, forging the rules of VR filmmaking, and sweating all over everything.

Cool Tech

Not getting over here: Mortal Kombat X last-gen versions canceled

Mortal Kombat X released on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC more than four months ago, but publisher Warner Bros. has announced that the last-gen versions of the game have been officially canceled.

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Handsome Jack is ready for his closeup: Lionsgate developing a Borderlands movie

Lionsgate has announced that it is developing a film based on Gearbox Software's popular Borderlands series of first-person shooters with producers Avi and Ari Arad.

Gaming

Razer’s Nabu offers fitness tracking and social connectivity to PC gamers

The newest wearable from gaming peripheral designer Razer features a discreet OLED screen, fitness tracking, and social connectivity targeted at PC gamers.

Wearables

Konami killing off dozens of legacy iOS apps in Japan

Veteran games publisher Konami will permanently retire a large number of its paid iOS apps in Japan, including Metal Gear Solid Touch and Silent Hill: The Escape, as it shifts its focus toward free-to-play titles.

Gaming

UK police arrest six teens for using Lizard Squad’s hacking-for-hire tool

Authorities in the UK arrested six teenagers this week for attempting to attack several major websites using Lizard Squad's hacking for hire tools. All six are out currently on bail.

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Deadly Premonition nets a special edition five years after launch

PlayStation 3 survival horror cult favorite Deadly Premonition is getting a special edition re-release more than five years after its initial launch from publishers Rising Star Games and NIS America.

Gaming

No longer in November, XCOM 2 pushed back to February 2016

Fans of Fireaxis Games' XCOM franchise are going to have to wait a little longer to get their hands on XCOM 2, as the team has decided to push the game back to February 2016.

Gaming

Here is the first gameplay of the Gears of War creator’s new arena shooter, LawBreakers

Gears of War creator Cliff Bleszinski has shared the first gameplay footage from his upcoming, independently-developed arena shooter, LawBreakers, highlighting its fast-paced, high-flying, futuristic gunplay.

Gaming

Humble Store proceeds target thousands of newly added charities

Humble Bundle's organizers have greatly expanded the service's Humble Store charity lineup, allowing buyers to donate toward one of more than 35,000 listed charities with every game purchase.

Gaming

Mad Max will run at 1080p on PS4 and Xbox One, players can drive forever

In a recent interview, developer Avalanche confirmed that the upcoming Mad Max will run at 1080p on both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Even better, you can drive forever because there is no actual end to the game's map.

Computing

Shovel Knight knighted by Nintendo as first Indie game with its own Amiibo

Shovel Knight is a wonderful throwback to the 8 and 16-bit eras of gaming, and fans can't get enough of the game. First a retail release was announced, and now it is the first indie game to get its own Amiibo.

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