Final Fantasy 15 got a new patch on PC yesterday that brought with it official mod tools. Less than a day later, the Steam Workshop is already rife with, among other things, keyblades. Who would have guessed.
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Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition, the revamped release of Square Enix's fancy-panted (and fancy-haired) RPG, will be with us this week. The exact date depends on your choice of retailer, with some adhering to March 7 to sync up with the US, while others are going early on March 6. If you're not super-fussed about being out by a day, price will be your next concern. Let's help you with that.
Buckle up people: the NSFW mods are coming. Well, that's my bet within a month or so after people finally get their hands on Final Fantasy 15 on PC, which drops later this week. And if you want a more brutal experience to share with friends, why not slaughter some Skaven in Warhammer: Vermintide 2.
Families don't miss out though: there's also Scribblenauts Showdown, which I'm low-key hoping is like a less rage-inducing version of Mario Party. If you want something completely different, how about a stylised isometric RPG that blends stealth with anime-esque cutscenes? And by the way, there's an original NES game out this week. I'm not kidding.
Because I run our video game concept art feature, I sometimes get sent art books to take a look at. Yesterday was the first time I barely got one through the front door.
When I think about fishing, I think about relaxation: Chilling out somewhere beautiful in the sun, watching the shimmering water, waiting for fish to bite. Admittedly all of my real-life fishing experiences took place in the rain-drenched Highlands of Scotland and were absolutely horrendous, but video games are about escapism. I hadn't read much about Monster of the Deep, the Final Fantasy 15-themed VR fishing game, before playing it, so I assumed that would be the vibe.