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Final Fantasy XV DLC Event “Moogle Chocobo Carnival” Revealed in New Video

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Prompto Doesn’t Care About Your New Recipe, Ignis

Today on Highlight Reel we have new recipes, Rainbow 6 Montagne strategies, perfectly synchronized titans, rodeos, face glitches and much more! Watch the video then talk about your favorite highlight in the comments below. Be sure to check out, like, and share the original videos via the links below. Subscribe to Kotaku on YouTube for more! Advertisement Highlight Reel is Kotaku’s regular roundup of great plays, stunts, records and other great moments from around the gaming world. If you record an amazing feat while playing a game (here’s how to record a clip), send it to us with a message confirming that the clip is yours at Or, if you see a great clip around that isn’t yours, encourage that person to send it in! READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!

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Prompto Is My Boyfriend

Illustration by Angelica Alzona I’m leaning against a tree. The back of my shirt is beginning to itch and my palms are sweaty. It’s a humid August day, but on our ride home he insisted we stop. Advertisement “Isn’t that a nice tree?” he had said. It is: the branches hanging low, filtering the light like fireflies. There was no power I could have possessed that would have stopped him from taking a picture there. “What’s bokeh mean, sweetheart?” I say as he adjusts his tripod set up. His lean arms are at a ninety degree angle, his fingers gliding lightly across his SLR, fussing with the focus and the aperture. “You say it all the time about your pictures but I’ve been too embarrassed to ask.” Advertisement “Why were you embarrassed?” he asks, leaning down and pressing his face to his camera, squinting through the viewfinder. “Because you know a lot about cameras. I didn’t want you to think I was stupid or something.” The only film camera I’ve got is a Holga, a cheap toy camera people get into because the plastic lens READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!

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Japanese Sales Chart: PS4 Sales up, Final Fantasy XV Crosses 900,000

In the first full week of 2017, there weren’t any notable new releases, but software sales did see an increase, with Super Mario Maker for 3DS finishing in first after rising by 27,000 copies. Minecraft: PlayStation Vita Edition was the highest-charting PlayStation game in 4th (up 8,200), while Final Fantasy XV for PS4 sold 23,300 copies and pushed its lifetime total over 900,000. On the hardware side of things, PS4 repeated at #1, rising by 5,000 units and easily defeating the 2nd place New 3DS LL. PS Vita sales were also up, keeping the handheld in 3rd, but PS4 Pro sales fell by nearly 1,700. PS4 Pro and Xbox One were the only systems to see week-on-week drops. According to Media Create, here’s the 20 best-selling retail games, along with how each system sold in Japan from January 2 to 8, 2017: Games (Lifetime) Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS (3DS) – 100,308 (890,838) Pokemon Sun/Pokemon Moon (3DS) – 90,298 (3,039,585) Momotaro Dentetsu 2017: Tachiagare Nippon! (3DS) – 47,905 (244,357) Minecraft: PlayStation Vita Edition (PSV) – 32,031 (1,074,494) Miitopia (3DS) – 23,867 (144,838) Yo-kai Watch 3: Sukiyaki (3DS) – 23,698 (585,206) Final Fantasy XV (Limited and Bundled Editions Included) (PS4) – 23,346 (907,768) Animal Crossing: New READ FULL…

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Final Fantasy XV Narrative Showcase Earmarked for GDC 2017

Square Enix will be in attendance at the 2017 Game Developers Conference, and we now have word that the Japanese publisher will host a narrative showcase of Final Fantasy XV. Designed to offer a behind-the-scenes peek at the creative process, Dan Inoue, Lead Writer and Localization Director, will host the event at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. There’s currently no mention of an exact date and time, but we understand Inoue plans to divulge how a “fantasy based on reality” came to exist, including all of the many nuances involved in crafting a cohesive and, crucially, compelling story. Here’s a primer from the folks behind GDC: “So come learn how the fantasy came to life — you’ll walk away with techniques for bringing realism into a fantasy world, insight into the challenges of maintaining a cohesive narrative across companion projects and promotions, and strategies for turning the universe to your advantage, all with a unique AAA JRPG spin.” Final Fantasy XV touched down late last year and has already shipped upwards of 6 million copies. GDC 2017, meanwhile, begins on February 27 and will continue through until March 3. [Source: GDC] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!

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Final Fantasy XV Passes Six Million Copies Shipped

Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy XV has now moved over six million copies since launch in late November. This number includes the amount of physical units shipped to retailers plus digital sales. “Having received critical acclaim across the world for its beautiful world design and graphical quality, along with the open-world freedom and exciting new battle system, the game continues its strong sales after recording five million units on day one,” Square Enix said. If you have the Holiday Pack (free or paid version), the limited time Moogle Chocobo Carnival in-game event that brings a festival to the whole city of Altissia will begin on Tuesday, January 24. With 2017 set to be a year where Square Enix gives back to players, the company revealed that “regular updates enhancing the main game will be coming soon, such as premium DLC content that will provide players additional gameplay experiences.” We’ll likely hear more about their 2017 plans for Final Fantasy XV in the next Active Time Report, which is “coming soon.” [Source: Final Fantasy XV (1), (2) via Gematsu] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!

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Final Fantasy XV Ships Over Six Million- In-Game Event Starts Soon

Square Enix’s Final Fantasy XV Exceeds Six Million Worldwide Shipments – In-Game Event ‘Moogle Chocobo Carnival’ Announced Square Enix’s Final Fantasy XV reaches a huge milestone, shipping over six million copies of the game since its launch on November 29, 2016. The total sales number was collected from both physical shipped copies as well as digital downloads on PlayStation Store and Xbox Live worldwide. It should also be notably mentioned that Final Fantasy XV sold over five million units on its release date, which means that an additional million have been purchased since. The latest installation in the whimsical and action-packed JRPG series will also be getting the promised in-game event very soon! On January 24th, gamers will be able to jump in and play “Moogle Chocobo Carnival” for a limited time. Luckily for those who downloaded the first DLC, the Holiday Pack (Free Version) or the Holiday Pack+, the “carnival passport” ticket should already be available for them to access the event when it starts. More expansions, DLC packs, and features will be making their way to the game sometime soon, but until then, enjoy the Carnival. SOURCE: Press Release The post Final Fantasy XV Ships Over Six Million- In-Game Event Starts…

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Final Fantasy XV Shipments Exceed Six Million Units Worldwide, Square Enix Announces


Final Fantasy XV Player Glitches Out Of Bounds, Explores Second Half Of The Game

The second half of Final Fantasy XV ditches the open world road trip in favor of a series of linear areas connected by train, which raises an obvious question: How much of that was meant to be bigger? One player did some digging to try to find out. Advertisement Using an out-of-bounds glitch to escape the invisible walls of Cartanica (the mine area), Fotm Hero was able to explore the entire second continent, as showcased in this video: It’s a fun video, full of sprawling, unused environments and floating train tracks. Also fun: Fantasizing about exploring that big snowfield. We may never find out exactly how much of Niflheim was planned to be explorable before Final Fantasy XV’s various reboots and directional shifts. These areas certainly hint that bigger things were planned. Still, it’s worth keeping in mind: Environment art is relatively easy to implement. Far harder would be filling those environments with people, quests, and real content. Plus, a lot of this stuff may exist simply to give you something to look at when you’re on the train. READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!

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Watch This Final Fantasy XV Player Explore the Niflheim Open World Using a Glitch

[embedded content] Final Fantasy XV players recently discovered a glitch whereby they are able to explore the game’s unfinished second open world during its linear half. A number of videos have since popped up, showing a little bit of Niflheim but this particular video above by YouTube user Fotm Hero gives you a pretty good look at it. Check it out if you’re curious. Fotm Hero writes: NOTE that only the area around Cartanica is fully loaded, that’s why it’s well detailed compared to the rest. To access the other zones, I had to avoid an infinite loading screen, so those areas aren’t loaded. I’m trying to find a way to glitch directly from Tenebrae or Gralea. TIMESTAMPS:0:00 : Cartanica12:33 : 3 kilometers before Cartanica station16:34 : 5 kilometers before Cartanica station (African Savannah looking area)24:32 : Eusciello (snowy area)39:30 : Area where Prompto falls from the train50:56 : Pagla, area where Noct is having a conversation with Ignis on the phone while being on top of the train56:05 : Tenebrae What do our readers think of this? READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!

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Xbox One Deals: Pick Up GTA V, FFXV, Rainbow Six Siege, Slashed Now

Pick Up GTA V at 50% Off, FFXV for 22% Off, or Take A Look At Some Xbox One Deals for Headsets and Console Bundles Here are our Xbox One deals for this week, and there are some great titles alongside accessories and console bundles on sale. This week’s top deals: Grand Theft Auto V is 50% Off! Final Fantasy XV is 22% Off! Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is 62% Off! Amazon Xbox One Deals – Consoles: Xbox One S1TB Bundle FIFA 17 Bundle – $300.00 ($99.99 Off) Xbox One 1TB Console – $314.00 ($85.99 Off) Xbox One 1TB The Division Bundle – $266.00 ($83.99 Off) Amazon Xbox One Deals – Accessories: Xbox Wireless Controller – $48.99 ($11.00 Off) Turtle Beach – Ear Force Recon 50X Stereo Gaming Headset – $29.99 ($9.96 Off) Turtle Beach – Stealth 420X+ Fully Wireless Gaming Headset – Superhuman Hearing – $119.99 ($29.96 Off) Amazon Xbox One Deals – Games: Final Fantasy XV – $46.75 ($13.24 Off) The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Special Edition – $37.99 ($22.00 Off) Dishonored 2 Limited Edition – $39.99 ($20.00 Off) Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege – $18.78 ($31.21 Off) ReCore Collector’s Edition – $76.17 ($103.82 Off) Deus Ex…


PS4 Deals: Start 2017 Right with Final Fantasy XV, the Uncharted Series

Start Off 2017 Right by Getting Final Fantasy XV, the Uncharted Series, and Dishonored 2 with These PS4 Deals Patrick is out this week (we let the doge out sometimes here at COGconnected) but we still have PS4 deals compiled for you! These are this week’s top deals: Final Fantasy XV is 20% Off! Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is 40% Off! Dishonored 2 Limited Edition is 33% Off! Check out our full list below! –> STILL AVAILABLE: 1 Year PlayStation Plus Membership is $10.00 Off! Final Fantasy XV – $48.20 ($11.79 Off) Far Cry Primal – $27.04 ($22.95 Off) Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End –  $35.88 ($24.11 Off) Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection – $17.96 ($22.03 Off) Skyrim Special Edition – $37.00 ($22.99 Off) Dishonored 2 Limited Edition – $39.99 ($20.00 Off) Titanfall 2 – $38.95 ($21.04 Off) Destiny The Collection – $39.99 ($20.00 Off) Assassin’s Creed The Ezio Collection – $39.99 ($20.00 Off) PlayStation Gold Wireless Headset – $69.99 ($30.00 Off) Watch Dogs 2 – $39.79 ($20.20 Off) Rise of the Tomb Raider 20 Year Celebration – $48.44 ($11.55 Off) Deus Ex Mankind Divided – $23.41 ($36.58 Off) Deus Ex Mankind Divided Collector’s Edition – $41.88 ($58.11 Off) Call of Duty Infinite Warfare – $34.99 ($25.00 Off) Call of Duty Infinite Warfare Legacy Edition – $50.99 ($29.00…

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Conan’s Clueless Gamer Is Getting Its Own Series

Because No One Else Can Insult Our Favorite Games and Get Away with It Like Conan In case you are not familiar with Conan O’Brien, first off, you need to rethink your life; next, start watching him asap. Besides the fact that he is an outstanding and lovable comedian, he delivers the funniest set of ‘reviews’ that make no sense. We’re talking game ‘reviews’ from his popular series Clueless Gamer. In the show, Conan provides commentary alongside a guest celebrity, as he does his best to navigate whatever game he’s playing. Usually, it’s a triple A Title. His most recent ‘reviews’ include Final Fantasy XV with Elijah Wood and Battlefield 1 alongside Terry Crews. Originally a segment from his Late Night with Conan O’ Brien show, it seems Clueless Gamer will be getting its own episodes. It started out as rumors saying Conan might shift from a nightly to a weekly series. But TBS President Kevin Reilly recently clarified the matter to The Hollywood Reporter; instead, aspects of the show are being reorganized. Since the comedian’s YouTube uploads consistently go viral, Reilly stated: “We’ve gotten to the point where video game companies are sending us their new product for us to play and make fun…

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Rocket League Tops PlayStation Store’s Top Downloads of 2016

2016 was a fantastic year for games. It was arguably the greatest year ever for shooters, with the release of games like Overwatch, DOOM, Titanfall 2, Battlefield 1, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Gears of War 4  …Read More The post Rocket League Tops PlayStation Store’s Top Downloads of 2016 by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.