Cloud and a bunch of Smash Bros. trophies. That’s one way to create a new gen Final Fantasy VII.
Just look at him. Where’s the sportsmanship, bro?
Cloud, the angsty star of Final Fantasy VII, will be available later today for Smash Bros., limit breaks and all. You can see his various moves and abilities in the above video.
Final Fantasy VII’s Cloud being announced for Super Smash Bros. got me thinking—what other games could benefit from the addition of stoic little Clouds? That’s right, this week you’re all the evil anti-Bob Ross.
Oooh, that looks painful. In this piece of 3D Final Fantasy VII fanart, done in a Bravely Default-esque style by Sketchfab's HongZhihao, Cloud scores a huge hit on Sephiroth, making him drop his blade. Make sure to check out the embedded model below for more angles on the scene.
Last month, Former Square Enix top man Yoichi Wada announced that he would be helming a new company named "Shinra Technologies." No, they're not going to try to drain the planet of its life force to use as energy. Yet.
Streaming video games could be so clutch, if it wasn't for maddening lag time. Microsoft researchers have a solution in DeLorean, a "speculative execution system" that predicts what you'll do next and shows you the most likely result—before you've even mashed a single button.
As amorphous, mercurial and intangible as its atmospheric namesake, the Xbox One's Cloud is a feature that is hard to appreciate without a strong example. Luckily, Titanfall developer Respawn Entertainment has one — dedicated servers.
The cloud — that's a powerful term these days. If you release a product that doesn't do something with the cloud, then you probably shouldn't even bother putting it out. Snack foods, floor cleaners, maid services and even consumer electronics like the newly-announced Xbox One use the cloud to do great and magical…
The Fox Engine. You've heard about it. You've seen the PR. We know it's going to be the game engine for
the next Metal Gear The Phantom Pain. So what's it all about? Metal Gear creator Hideo Kojima, in a recent tweet, revealed the concept of the Fox Engine, his thoughts on games, and reminded people that he is a…
Cloud Strife is one good looking video game character. He really is. Dude's got spiky hair, piercing eyes, and nice threads. But what if he wore cosmetics? What would he look like?Male protagonists looking feminine? Madness!
The PS4 will not feature backwards compatibility with older PlayStation titles, according to today's PlayStation 4 conference. Instead, Sony will use cloud gaming to allow the system to access older PlayStation back catalogue. No details as of yet in regards to whether or not we'll be able to play games we already own.
At today's PS4 event in New York, Gaikai explained how it's improved remote play for its upcoming home console. One way Sony was about to do this was integrating Sony's Gaikai cloud tech into the console, turning the machine into a server and making the PS Vita a client.
Yesterday, Square Enix confirmed that it will re-release Final Fantasy VII on PC at some point in the near future.
Friday night, we went out to a movie. And when we stepped out of the theater to come home, we found ourselves standing in a maelstrom the likes of which neither of us had ever before seen around DC. The storm caused astonishing levels of damage in under an hour, and left 1.3 million of our neighbors sitting in the…
When Seth Hay arrived at the "Distant Worlds: Music From Final Fantasy" concert last weekend in Toronto, he was met with a lovely surprise. His girlfriend, Cheryl Murray, had bought him tickets to a meet-and-greet with legendary Final Fantasy composer Nobuo Uematsu and conductor Arnie Roth. After the show, they would…