Final Fantasy XV and XIV Stormblood, the SNES Classic, and Other Big Headlines From the Past Week

Final Fantasy XV and XIV Stormblood, the SNES Classic, and Other Big Headlines From the Past Week

ENDING CREDITS | Taking a look a back at this week's headlines and everything else you might have missed on USgamer.

Hello! Matt here filling in for Nadia on this week’s Ending Credits. How was your week? Felt pretty long on my end, but that’s that video game grind for ya. Here’s all the sweet USgamer content you might have missed this week.

Let's Tingle

There was a bunch of Final Fantasy XV happenings this week. The story DLC, Episode Prompto, lets everyone take control of the pretty selfie-taking teammate (who apparently isn’t that popular according to character popularity polls). If Prompto isn’t your dude, here’s a teaser for Episode Ignis whose vocal dissonance still kind of bugs me. Oh, and now there’s a FFXV cookbook to download and a hack to let you enter god mode whenever.

Oh, but the mobile FFXV game is bad.

Other USgamer offerings from this week include:

I know Nadia ends these things with an end theme so here’s one of the end themes for Nier: Automata, which is probably my favorite end theme of the year (so far).

Composed by Keiichi Okabe and sung by J’nique Nicole, “Weight of the World (English)” is just one of multiple versions of the ending themes you can unlock. I stuck with the English one so as to not spoil anyone on how awesome the final ending theme sounds.

The Nier franchise always had an amazing soundtrack, and the developers definitely know it. I feel like they went particularly all-out on Automata, but hey, I’m not complaining. I strongly recommend you play through the whole game to listen to the whole album. It’s just so good *crying emoji*

As always, thank you for reading USgamer and tune in next week for even more words about video games!

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Matt Kim

News Editor

Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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