While there is no way I'm not going to replay Final Fantasy VI on mobile—it's one of my favorite games of all time, and I want it on my phone—these sprites are seriously bumming me out. They feel flat and boring and lifeless, like the artists were told to transform everyone into goofy, watered-down cartoon caricatures. »
Square Enix will be releasing a modified version of the beloved Final Fantasy VI, originally released in North America in 1994 as Final Fantasy III, this winter for iOS and Android, long-time Square director and producer Takashi Tokita told Kotaku today. The game won't be a straight port. »
Inspired mostly by Medieval architecture and the Middle Ages, fortified stone castles in video games are always among the most exciting locations. These bastions are the keepers of many secrets, hidden cellars and lost knowledge all awaiting the player to find them. »
Steampunk games that feature steam-powered machines and settings in an alternate history of the Wild West or the industrialized British era of the 19th century are rare. Maybe even rarer than cyberpunk titles. »
Almost as far back as I can remember, I've been a gamer. At the age of four, my family got an original Nintendo with the Super Mario Bros., Duck Hunt, and the World Class Track Meet combo game—light gun and power pad included. Until I was in middle school, that Nintendo (and the aging Atari 2600 that lived forgotten in … »
Reader Dan Hobart has been cutting long Super Nintendo games into digestible five or six-minute "abbreviated" video versions. They're fun to watch, especially if you haven't played some of these games in a while. »abridged. abridged. abridged. abridged. abridged.
If you've played Final Fantasy VI, you've probably seen some weird glitches. »First up, play through the game's intro until you're leaving the city of Narshe with Terra and Locke. Save the game. Here's the annoying part: From here on out, you can't die. If you get a game over, you'll have to start the whole…
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. »