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KitGuru Gaming – Weekly Round Up

A quick roundup of some of the content we have posted on the gaming section of Kitguru in the last week!

“Action RPG by Creator of Final Fantasy Series”

Here’s an action RPG to be excited about – The Last Story was directed by Hironobu Sakaguchi, creator of Final Fantasy and executive producer to many Final Fantasy games.  If that isn’t enough, Final Fantasy composer Nobuo Uematsu created the music for The Last Story.

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“Gamers’ Online Protests Garner Attention”

Recently, gamers made enough noise online to bring two Japanese Wii games to the rest of the world.  We wouldn’t have seen the RPG’s Xenoblade Chronicles or The Last Story if it hadn’t been for a group of gamers on a mission.  It is due to their dedication that these games will be released worldwide.

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“Blizzard Cuts Jobs”

Blizzard has a lot going on this year, developing Diablo III, Starcraft II, and the new WoW expansion.  However, Blizzard announced about 600 employees will be cut.

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“Can You Dance for 2 Days Straight?”

How long can you last playing Dance Central or Dance Dance Revolution? Can you imagine playing for hours at a time, nay days?

Elizabeth Bolinger (aka Kitty McScratch) has broken over 105 records and earned the title Most Prolific Dancing Game High Scorer by the Guinness Book of World Records.  Her current goal?  Beating the 17 hour record for Marathon Motion-Based Dance Game with Dance Central.

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“Alan Wake (PC Review)”

Alan Wake fans rejoice – Alan Wake has hit the PC!  It even includes two DLC continuations – The Signal and The Writer. Check out KitGuru’s game review of this psychological thriller.

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