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The loud voices of fanbases have become quite a powerful motivator for publishers over the last decade. For four years now, those who loyally follow Square Enix’s Final Fantasy franchise have been begging the publisher for a localization of the PSP spin-off Final Fantasy Type-0, and the game is finally knocking on our doorstep on the new generation consoles!





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We’ve had this conversation several times over the last few months, but I’m going to chip in and say that in the grand scheme of licensed video game history, Dragon Ball Z has done quite well for itself. From the card-based RPGs on the original Famicom to the PlayStation 2-era fighting games, the series has established a fairly dependable reputation for fun games without too many stinkers bogging down its name.