Many fans were surprised when Final Fantasy XIII’s pink-haired heroine traded in her Firaga in favor of being a fashion model. In a completely made-up interview given exclusively to UK’s Telegraph, Lightning reveals how significantly pricey clothing has changed her life.
Final Fantasy XIII’s pink-haired star is modeling for Louis Vuitton now, but that doesn’t mean she’s made of money.
I like to think I’m not a superficial person. (So do we all.) I’m not technically-minded, so conversations about frame-rates and resolution et cetera sort of float by me.
This week, the Final Fantasy XV demo was released across the world to those who picked up Final Fantasy Type-0 HD. However, it's important to remember that it is just a demo and not necessarily the same experience as the full game. I mean, look how much Final Fantasy XIII changed between its demo and final release.
Three Eidolons from Final Fantasy XIII, Brynhildr, Bahamut and Odin, looking all amazing as custom 3D models.
Hope you've got a big hard drive! Final Fantasy XIII, which came out today on Steam, will take up a whopping 60 GB of disk space—probably because of all of those cut-scenes.
Dive In is an up coming game streaming service for some of Square Enix's most popular games to iOS and Android devices. Today at the Tokyo Game Show, I tried out the service on an Android pad. Let's see how that went.
Remember back in the day when Square announced that Final Fantasy XIII would be coming to Xbox 360 and everyone freaked out? Hold onto your keyblades: now it's coming to PC, too.
I previously wrote that a 3-part short novella epilogue to the Final Fantasy XIII trilogy was being released. Now that I've had a chance to sit down and read them all through, I actually like the game series a whole lot more.
With Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, Square Enix has closed the Final Fantasy XIII chapter and is moving on. Just kidding, of course it isn't. Hope you like reading and words and stuff!
Kingdom Hearts and Final Fantasy character designer Tetsuya Nomura recently judged a fanart contest at deviantART, which featured the Final Fantasy XIII series' recurring protagonist and costume aficionado, Lightning. After looking through literally thousands of submissions, he picked three. Here they are.
Square Enix believes that Lightning, the main character of the Final Fantasy XIII trilogy, has a lot of fans.
Tomb Raider DLC for Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII? Sure.
The world of Japanese video game development can often feel mysterious to those of us in the Western Hemisphere, so it's always cool to get these behind-the-scenes peeks at studios like Square Enix.
This might be the coolest thing Square has done in a decade—instead of just making a boring ol' story recap video for Final Fantasy XIII and Final Fantasy XIII-2, they made one in the style of Final Fantasy VI for Super Nintendo.
Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, the third and final(?) chapter of the Final Fantasy XIII saga, came out in Japan last November, and what do you know, it's pretty good. At least Smash Bros. creator Masahiro Sakurai thinks so.
When people ask me what Lightning Returns is like, I always respond that it's a lot like Final Fantasy X-2. A lot of people seem to take this as an insult to Lightning Returns. It's not. While I feel like I am in the minority, I loved FFX-2 and much of what made it so fun to play is also present in Lightning Returns.
This past week, as I’ve been working my way through Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, I’ve noticed the game has—whether it’s minstrels, treasure boxes, or even the crowd at the coliseum—loads of aural Easter eggs just waiting to be uncovered.
Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII was released last week in Japan. As we’ve noted before, Lightning Returns is a massive departure from the previous games in the XIII series with fast-paced action and an open world to explore. But how does it work in action? Check out our video to find out.