When Square Enix brought Final Fantasy VI to PC last week, they brought with it a graphical overhaul that most fans can’t stand, complete with washed-out sprites and inconsistent tiling. It’s a bummer, to say the least.
Are you having trouble articulating just why the PC version of Final Fantasy VI looks so terrible? Or, alternatively, do you think it looks just fine and find yourself wondering why everyone’s complaining?
It’s been a strange week for the Final Fantasy VII remake, a prospect that once seemed like a nostalgic 20-something’s wet dream but is now, after a whirlwind few months, unexpectedly real.
Last night, Kotaku features editor Kirk Hamilton played through a large chunk of Final Fantasy VI for the first time ever, making his way through the Battle of Narshe. When we last left off, Terra had just turned pink and flown into the sky. What could possibly happen next???
This is it: Summer Games Done Quick is nearly complete. It's time for the final (and hopefully most exciting) run: Final Fantasy VI.
Twenty years ago, an RPG called Final Fantasy VI came out in Japan, and really, it's all just been downhill for video games since then.
One of the greatest RPGs ever made is out on iOS today. It'll cost you $15.99, and it's got touchscreen-adapted controls and a brand new coat of paint.
The Android version of Final Fantasy VI isn't just ugly—it's got a massive, game-breaking glitch, too.
In today's special later-than-normal, screw the top-right box edition of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Slagathorian shares some truly spectacular wooden creations that the editor is pretty sure he'd make a killing selling on Etsy.
Soon all the Final Fantasy anyone could ever need will be found on the PlayStation Network, as Square Enix releases Final Fantasy VI on the Japanese PSN. Between VI and IX, that's all the FF anyone needs.