We’re nearly three months away from the launch of Final Fantasy XV, which means there’s a whole lot of pressure on director Hajime Tabata.
The director of Final Fantasy XV says they haven’t worked with the new consoles from Microsoft or Sony yet. In fact, he says he found out about the upcoming Project Scorpio while sitting in Microsoft’s green room.
The flying is smooth. The landing? Not so much.
Prompto Argentum is razor thin, sports Final Fantasy hair and wears Final Fantasy style clothes. But he wasn’t always that way.
Good news for old-school Final Fantasy fans who miss turn-based combat: FFXV will offer an option called Wait Mode, letting you freeze time and pick attacks at your own leisure.
You’ll be able to play as Prompto in the “Final Fantasy XV VR experience,” which Sony announced tonight at their E3 conference. The new RPG, which comes out September 30, will support PlayStation VR for a certain mode.
Demonstrated at Microsoft’s press conference today—yes, a JRPG at a Microsoft press conference!—here’s the Titan battle in Final Fantasy XV. Presumably you get to summon him once you take him down.
CGI feature film Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV is set before the events of Final Fantasy XV. As we’ve seen, the movie looks beautiful. But now, let’s get to know the incredibly real looking characters of Kingsglaive.
Do you have it? According to Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata, “lots” of fans do. From the sound of it, some people at Square Enix have been infected, too.
Hironobu Sakaguchi was the first director of Final Fantasy. Hajime Tabata is the latest director of Final Fantasy. When they get together, the results are surprisingly hilarious.
As Final Fantasy fans across the world wait impatiently for FFXV, let’s take some time to celebrate an important milestone. Yesterday, Final Fantasy Versus XIII’s announcement turned ten years old. Happy birthday, announcement!
Kingsglaive Final Fantasy XV, the full-CG Final Fantasy XV spin-off flick, will be out in Japanese movie theaters on July 9. No word yet on its international release date.
Nearly three years ago, while showcasing what we now know was a game that had barely even started development, the people behind Final Fantasy XV demonstrated a flashy fight between the hero Noctis and a Final Fantasy stalwart, the hulking Iron Giant.
Last week, Square Enix showed it was throwing all it had behind Final Fantasy XV. This is a big game and has the anime and
CGI spin-off to prove it. While Square Enix might seem like it’s back on sure Final Fantasy footing, it was only a few years ago things seemed anything but.
The newest playable teaser for Final Fantasy XV is short, but it still has a few cool things secreted away inside the dreamscape of young Noctis. The best thing players have found so far is a weapon that makes the final boss fight a breeze.
Final Fantasy XV might be a fantasy based on reality, but making that fantasy real sure is expensive.
Last night, Square Enix announced Kingsglaive, a splashy CGI movie connected to Final Fantasy XV which will feature big-deal Hollywood actors in major roles. But the talent best known for playing characters in Game of Thrones and Breaking Bad won’t be playing those parts in the actual game.