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Final Fantasy 15 is aiming for a more "dynamic feeling" between the story and game, and part of that includes retaining the commitment from Final Fantasy Versus 13 to keep the player in control during cutscenes. Read more

by Steve Watts, shacknews.com, Jul 25, 2013 1:30PM PDT

The Cleveland Cavaliers' Kyrie Irving has been picked as the cover athlete for EA's NBA Live 14, the first entry in the series since NBA Live 10. Read more

by Alice O'Connor, shacknews.com, Jul 25, 2013 9:00AM PDT

DICE is giving Battlelog a hefty kick in the pants for Battlefield 4, expanding it from a fairly straightforward social network to an all-singing, all-dancing companion. It even has a mobile app letting you find servers, change loadouts, and view live minimaps on your phone or tablet. Come, come, watch a new trailer detailing its many wonders. Read more

The Xbox One will now allow indies to self-publish their games. Developers behind Monaco: What's Yours Is Mine, TowerFall, and Tengami are among those that offer their reactions to Shacknews. Read more

Speaking to Shacknews, Marc Whitten, corporate VP of Xbox Live, told us that their indie vision is based on the following idea: "our goal is that everybody can decide to stop playing and start creating." And key to that strategy is that "the box you get at retail can be a dev kit, period." Read more

Decisions from previous Dragon Age games "will carry" into Dragon Age: Inquisition, according to producer Cameron Lee. Read more

It turns out that the Xbox One version of Twisted Pixel's LocoCycle hasn't been in development for very long -- about six months, to be precise. Read more

Stephane D'Astous, founder and general manager of Eidos Montreal, has resigned from Square Enix. D'Astous blames Square Enix for a "lack of leadership, lack of courage" following the company's "extraordinary loss." Read more

A lengthy new Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag video shows off several of the open world mechanics including land and sea missions. Read more

Madden NFL 25 will be out on PS3 and Xbox 360 on August 27, well before the launch of any next-gen version. So what's a fella gotta do if he wants to play Madden as soon as the season starts, and wants to continue that experience on next-gen? Well, you buy two copies of the game, of course. Read more

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