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The Quiet Collection is a package of four totally cute games with an 8-bit retro feeling. I’ll review each of those games over the course of the week, and today, I’m reviewing the first game of the package: Quiet, Please!
XSEED Games has let us know that The Legend of Heroes: Trails Of Cold Steel, their upcoming RPG release, will be getting a limited edition they have named the “Lionheart Edition”
The “Lionheart Edition” will contain an art book featuring over 100 pages of art from the game as well as its sequel, The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II, and a 1.5′” pin displaying the emblem of the country of Erebonia, packaged with the game in a custom collectible clamshell-type box that will also be able to house the sequel when it releases in 2016 so that collectors can store the initial Cold Steel duology in a single package. The Lionheart Edition will be available for pre-order at select retailers shortly.
Considering that the regular price for The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel on PlayStation 3 and PS Vita in North America will be $39.99, the Lionheart Edition at $49.99 is a great deal.
Are you ready to save all of the scientists, find out what happened to the world and fix it? What is your ultimate weapon? SCIENCE!
Welcome back! It’s another week of news and a full podcast crew as we dive into court documents confirming changes to Destiny’s story. We also get a release date for the first Witcher 3 expansion and information about some changes to the magic system in Dark Souls 3.
Metal Gear Solid V was in the news with a very strange bug that could cause your save file to get corrupted. Luckily Konami was able to figure out what the cause was and issued a notice about how to avoid the error. Speaking of Metal Gear, Xya and I get into a discussion about the game but we only spoil up to mission 14 so you don’t need to worry if you’re not done with the game yet. It’s taking us a while to finish it but I’m sure we’ll have a nice long spoiler discussion once we’re both done.
What about you? Have you finished Metal Gear or are you trying to do everything? Let us know in the comments below!