If you have a few extra hours today, spend them watching this three-and-a-half-hour speedrun of Final Fantasy IV, an RPG that was certainly not designed to be completed in fewer than four hours.
Final Fantasy IV’s pixelated original overworld and all the locations on it got a beautiful facelift from artist TJ Townsend. Now it looks like a proper world map from a modern JRPG.
Final Fantasy IV, which has been released on every digital device known to man, is now on Steam, too. It'll run you $16 for the PC version, which is a port of the three-dimensional DS remake of the fourth Final Fantasy that includes some stuff that wasn't on the Super Nintendo, like voice acting and a new "augment"…
Good morning. Here is a rock band covering Final Fantasy IV music as a crowd nerds out at Magfest in Maryland. It is awesome. Enjoy.
The 3D remake of Final Fantasy IV is now available on Google Play for Android devices. For $15.99, I'd make damn sure your device can run it before purchasing.
Have you ever wanted to make Rydia beat herself up? No? Well you might enjoy this anyway.
While not the best Final Fantasy game of all-time (in my reality that's IX), Final Fantasy IV was one of the first role-playing games to feature a deep, character-driven plot and introduced the world to the Active Time Battle system, adding an element of urgency to pressing one button over and over again. That's at…
You know how people like to use the word "rehash" to describe games? "Oh, that Call of Duty 44 is such a rehash." "Can't believe they're rehashing Halo again." That sort of thing?
You are looking at a cosplay that was 8 months in the making. Eight months that were totally worth it. You are looking at cosplayer NealBomBad's Cecil Harvey from Final Fantasy IV. You are looking at greatness.
Offbeat Bride tribe member Kouhotaru wanted to be a video game princess at her renaissance fair wedding, but Peach and Zelda just wouldn't do. Instead, she turned to Final Fantasy IV.
When not making new Final Fantasy games, Square Enix likes to remake old Final Fantasy games. There's one title in particular that the company cannot stop remaking, though I really wish it would.
Final Fantasy II spearheads this week's Nintendo Download, which explores the mysterious worlds of fantasy, horror, and learning Spanish.