Like every week, I’m here to bring you a new episode of my little column, DualShockers Weekly. Here I show you the five hottest story of the past week, to help you catch up if you didn’t have time or the chance to read them all in the past seven days.
So, without further ado, I leave you with the five stories that were the most popular between March 6th and March 12th:
Sony Computer Entertainment leaked this week an update revamped PlayStation Store pages dedicated to games, before taking it down and replacing it with the old setup. The new pages included several new features you can discover in the article as we took plenty of screenshots for your enjoyment.
Atlus’ Wii U exclusive JRPG Genei Ibun Roku #FE will be localized to the West under the name Tokyo Mirage Session #FE. Well, it looks like the name isn’t the only thing that they decided to change from the original version. On the trailer shown during the latest Nintendo Direct, the heroine’s outfit was revamped to hide her cleavage. You can watch the trailer and our comparison screenshots in the article.
During a livestream hosted by Naughty Dog, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End‘s Programmer Edward Pereira and Game Designer Vinit Agarwal unveiled more details about what players should expect when they get their hands on the game on May 10th. In the case you were among the lucky ones who managed to try out the multiplayer mode during the stress test, you should probably get your inhaler ready. The content that was available during the stress test represents about 20% of what the final game will offer in terms of multiplayer mode. More interesting details about the upcoming game can be found in the article.
The beta test period for PS4 next system software update 3.50 “Musashi” is still ongoing, and new features are gradually being unveiled. A new option will be available allowing players to hide the notification icon when taking a screenshot, which was very annoying in the case where you wanted to take several screenshots. On another note, Manager of Product Planning Toshimasa Aoki and President of Worldwide Studios Shuhei Yoshida seemed quite enthusiastic about an idea submitted on Twitter, about adding a “Saved Data” option which could be accessed right from the game menu. You can read more in the article.
Square Enix Japan held yesterday a Final Fantasy XV fan meeting event at its headquarters in Tokyo. As you may guess, it didn’t take too long for pictures of the event to be shared on social media. We gathered several photos showing new screenshots and amazing pieces of artwork. You can check them out in the article along with a few details that were shared during the event.