The book is available now, both digitally and in paperback format, from Boss Fight Books.
The book, from writer Alexa Ray Corriea, (GameSpot, Polygon, G4), looks to explore how the game portrays friendships, in all their complexity, alongside its mashup of lores and worlds.
Kingdom Hearts II from Boss Fight Books is a new book that delves into the story of the game of the same name, looking at the connection between Sora and Riku, as well as the seemingly-ridiculous connection between Final Fantasy and Disney, and how they form a powerful portrayal of human relationships.
Coma is a 3D action/adventure game where the player is fighting against spirits that want them to give in to death, and can only battle these beasts using their cherished memories and reflections of the people who care about them.
They can fight back on their own, but it’s advised that the player draw upon the memories they can find in this world.
Coma is still in development, but will release on PC and Xbox One when it becomes available.
Pre-order discounts on digital PC games aren’t anything new, but the MMORPG expansion Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood didn’t grace us with the typically big pre-order discounts we expected (it hovered around 15% to 17% off).
The MogStation upgrade key for Stormblood is discounted 25% at the digital retailer Green Man Gaming.
No known expiration exist for these 25% off deals on Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood, but based on our experience it should last at least through 4th of July weekend.