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With three distanced weekends of Final Fantasy XIV goodness now behind us, it's time to reflect on every main sliver of information that dropped out of the weekend's curtain call event.

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Maybe spilling his mouth a little too soon, Todd Howard has recently let numerous publications know that Bethesda Game Studios has around 7 projects currently in the works.

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There's still a few months between us and The Surge. While it may very well be ready for release, you wouldn't want it to show up in the height of the Winter/Spring releases, would you?

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Wrapping up with a final event in Frankfurt, Germany, it's time for the last major set of announcements regarding Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood.

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Ready for a little more Birthdays in your life? Yeah, we're still not entirely sure what it means, either, but there's a new Birthdays the Beginning trailer up to take our mind off things.

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Relic Entertainment and SEGA Europe are ready to show us the three faction leaders, Gabriel Angelos, Farseer Macha, and Gorgutz from Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III in a new gameplay video that's titled 'Prophecy of War'.

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Getting back into the swing of things, Epic Games are promising to follow with their 2017 pattern of releasing a new Paragon hero in a somewhat timely fashion.

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PDXCON 2017 is set to be a slightly different affair than its predecessors. Similar to this year's E3, Paradox have decided to swing the doors open to the public for the first time to their traditionally industry only event. With this, comes something a little different...

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Writing up so many news stories per day, it's hard to imagine there's anyone out there with no games to play over any given period of their free time. There's too many, they're too cheap too often and they're usually pretty good. But if you're still in need of something new to play, there's two major sales going down this weekend.

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Seeing Yomawari: Night Alone in the recently updated tab of Steam would usually be cause for either concern or celebration. A PC port of a fairly simple Japanese indie game originally released on the PS Vita, is isn't the first you'd expect to receive updates months after launch.