Grace and her husband got married last month in Hawaii (congrats!). Since they’re big Final Fantasy fans, they decided that the logical thing was, well, a Final Fantasy themed wedding.
Final Fantasy Type-0 HD will be out for PC on August 18, Square Enix announced this morning. It’s a messy, clunky game that I loved way more than I should have. The PC version will have graphical improvements as well as “improved in-game battle camera, full Steam achievements and trading cards, scalable motion blur…
Final Fantasy Type-0 was released in Japan this past Thursday—two days later than in America. But like many of you, I was more interested in the Final Fantasy XV demo than Type-0 itself.
Final Fantasy Type-0 can be more than a little overwhelming. Between the barrage of proper nouns and 14—fourteen!—playable characters, it'll probably take you some time to get adjusted to the pace of Square's newest role-playing game.
While Final Fantasy Type-0 HD isn't due out in North America until Tuesday, a special ending cinematic teaser from the end of the game has hit YouTube, suggesting game director Hajime Tabata's desire to make Final Fantasy Type-1 is being realized.
Here, for your enjoyment, is an official Square Enix comparison video that shows how they've transformed Final Fantasy Type-0 from a dark ugly PSP game to a GORGEOUS new-gen console game.
A couple months ago at PAX Prime, Final Fantasy Type-0 director Hajime Tabata told reporters that this game was dark. Really dark. "It's a much more mature game than what you've seen before," he said.
This past week in Tokyo, Kotaku was able to sit down with Final Fantasy Type-0 director Hajime Tabata and talk with him about the game's upcoming HD remaster—what's new, what's cut, and why the game is so damned hard.
When Final Fantasy Type-0 HD goes on sale next year, it will include a demo voucher code for Final Fantasy XV. Today at the Tokyo Game Show, director Hajime Tabata explained what players can expect.
The long awaited Final Fantasy Type-0 is coming to the West in its brand new HD-remastered form this coming March. This past Tuesday, Brian Ashcraft and I stopped by Square Enix HQ in Tokyo for some hands-on time with the game.
Final Fantasy Type-0 has long been one of Square Enix's most anticipated games and the Tokyo Game Show 2014 trailer does a good job showing why.
UPDATED POST: Looks like someone at IGN accidentally pulled the trigger early on publishing English gameplay footage from the HD version of Final Fantasy Type-0, which will be out on March 17, 2015 for PS4 and Xbox One.
The first current-gen Final Fantasy will be out within the next year, it'll serve as something of a stopgap before Final Fantasy XV, and, well, it's got kind of a silly name.
Last week, the creators of an unofficial English translation for the role-playing game Final Fantasy Type-0 announced that they were taking down the patch and all blog posts associated with it.
The story of Final Fantasy Type-0 is long and depressing: released for PSP in 2011, Square Enix's role-playing game never made it outside of Japan, despite being announced at E3 in North America, and for years now, fans have been wondering whether we'll ever get to play it in English.
One of the only Final Fantasy games to never make it to North America could actually be headed our way.
Where's Final Fantasy Type-0? For whatever reason, Square Enix's medieval PSP game has never made it to the United States, and it's hard not to be bummed about that, because people who have played the Japanese version report that it's pretty great.