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  1. Star Ocean developers worked some magic on Final Fantasy XIII-2

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    Did that almost reasonable 24-month turnaround time between Final Fantasy XIII and the just-released-in-Japan Final Fantasy XIII-2 rock your understanding of reality? Who could blame you? The development time of the last "direct" sequel was also pretty short -- two years between Final Fantasy X and X-2 -- but it was five years between Final Fantasy XII and XIII. Did Square-Enix
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  2. How the PS Vita and PS3 connect to transfer data

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    You have two choices for transferring and backing up Vita content, including photos, music, game saves, and downloaded games. You can either connect it to a PC (and, later, Mac -- the app isn't available as of the Japanese launch, to my irritation) with the "Content Manager Assistant" installed, which just enables the computer to read the Vita like a hard drive, or you can connect it to a PS3. The
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  3. Star Wars: The Old Republic hits a million players, 28 million hours played

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    EA has announced that Star Wars: The Old Republic has assembled more than a million registered players in its first week officially live, earning it the self-granted title of "fastest growing subscription MMO in history."

    A million players is a solid milestone, but EA and BioWare still have some parsecs to travel to make SW:TOR a resounding success: The beta test, don't forget, was
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  4. Civilization Revolution, Pirates, 2K sports titles on sale on iOS

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    People have lots of free time with their iOS devices over the holidays -- a fact already recognized by EA and Sega. 2K has now joined the bandwagon, offering a holiday sale on several of its iOS titles. The deepest discounts have been applied to the iPhone and iPad versions of Civilization Revolution, which can be had for $0.99 or $1.99, respectively.

    The publishers has also marked down Sid Meier's
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  5. Myst 3D opens the book on 3DS this March

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    Maximum Family Games has announced it will publish Myst 3D on the 3DS in 2012. Developed by Hoplite Research, Myst 3D promises to take the ancient PC point-and-click adventure into the third dimension and bring along the Rime Age, which was not included in the original PC release.

    Hoplite was also behind the DS and PSP ports of Myst, so it seems likely thatMyst 3D is simply a port of the original
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