Theoretical Remake

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We have no release date for the first episode, no idea how many episodes there will be, and no idea how long it will be between episodes, but gosh darn it, we will have toys by June! The Final Fantasy 7 remake has shown little to no progress since it’s official announcement almost two years ago. I hope my grandchildren enjoy it.

 

-Trevor

SUPER SLEEPY GAMER!!

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Hello everyone! This is Josh, one of the creators of Double XP. I wanted to tell every one about a new Youtube channel we are starting up called Super Sleepy Gamer. It’s me, basically Trevor personality wise form Double XP, covering games and other things sleep deprived people might talk or care about. Please check out the videos and like and follow and do all that sort of good stuff if you like it.

Youtube:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeE8klSYa9rpMy5EELYDkMw

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/supersleepygamer/

Twitter:

https://twitter.com/SSleepyGamer

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Losing Creediblity

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128_dxp_mscSad but this seems to be the only concern Ubisoft has with Assassin’s Creed games these days. They lost me aft AC3 with how buggy and just downright boring it was compared to the earlier games. Watching the reviews and humorous glitches on the series entries following that game has been more entertaining than if I had kept playing them.

-Isaac

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Two Steps Forward, One Step Back

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124_dxp_msc_980There’s lots that could be say about FFXV so far, but lets talk about Cindy/Cidney.

After playing the demo, the original reports that she is the ‘Cid’ in this game may or may not be true, but if she is that’s progressively cool they made her a girl.. but….

-Isaac

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Sold Separately

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Nintendo decided that their new 3DS doesn’t need to include a charger. You know, for the rechargeable battery that is the power source of the system. Nintendo’s official reasoning is something along the lines of wanting to save money for the people who already have a previous version’s charger. So, what, they would have seriously raised the $200 price to reflect their cost of including a charger all the way up to $201? Yeah, the consumers will have to pay far more to obtain this additional item than Nintendo per unit, which makes me think that MAYBE, just maybe, Nintendo’s reasoning is that they want more money. I know, what a crazy thought!

I understand, you crazy corporations. You guys like to cut costs, but I think that this may be the first time a system will be sold without means to turn it on. There’s going to be a lot of people buying this as a gift for their kids who do not have a previous version, and I would be willing to bet that they won’t read the fine print on the boxes telling them they aren’t paying enough for their kids to play this system just through the purchase price.

So, a couple things. One, Nintendo, a video game system is a portal for people to buy and pay you lots of money for games, goods and services. They are not usually the main source for profit. You should let your consumers at least turn that portal on after buying it. And two, I worked for Nintendo’s customer service department once upon a time, and this is definitely one of those things you’ll be getting a lot of calls about. This Christmas there will be more than a few callers that will blame Nintendo for ruining Christmas.

-Trevor

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