It’s not clear why Square Enix isn’t making new Chrono games, but hey, at least there’s I Am Setsuna, which will be out for PS4 and Steam on July 19. (New trailer above.)
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.
As promised, Square Enix RPG Romancing Saga 2 arrives on iOS and Android this week. Never released outside of Japan, the remastered version of the Super Famicom classic will be available on May 26 for $17,99.
It’s Friday, which is still Kotaku JRPG Day in my heart. So here’s an interesting thought on what made old Final Fantasy games special, from two veteran designers who have plenty of insight on what it’s like to make video games.
Final Fantasy X originally came out on the PlayStation 2 in 2001. One modder is trying to make it conform to modern PC gaming standards—with mixed results.
Final Fantasy X, a video game about ghosts playing soccer, showed up on Steam this week alongside its peppy sequel, FFX-2. Seems like they’ll be coming to PC soon.
Final Fantasy Brave Exvius, a wonderfully titled RPG for iOS and Android, will come to North America in the near future, publisher Square Enix announced today. The game launched in Japan last October.
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!
In a somewhat unexpected move, Yokai Watch characters are coming to Final Fantasy XIV in a future update.
Here is your reminder that in addition to Uncharted 4, Overwatch, No Man’s Sky, Star Ocean 5, Zero Time Dilemma, Final Fantasy XV, Mafia III, Danganronpa 3, Gears of War 4, Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, Doom, and all of the other cool-looking games scheduled for the next few months, not to mention all the stuff that’ll be…
To those of you out there who have been holding your breath since 1993 waiting for a western release of Romancing SaGa 2, it’s time to exhale. After 23 years, Square’s finally bringing it here.
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.
It may be a free-to-play mobile port of a browser-based game, but Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ crams a lot of what series fans love into a tiny space.
In 2014's Bravely Default, there was no real explanation for the random encounter slider, a toggle you could use to reduce or amplify the rate of invisible enemy attacks. It just kind of existed. The sequel, Bravely Second, does things a bit differently.
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.
The folks at Polygon have posted over an hour of English language footage of Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness, well ahead of its June 28 North American release. I’ve been agonizing over whether to import the Japanese version for a week and a half. This should help tide me over.
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.