Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV is what you’d get if you took two hours of JRPG cutscenes and edited them into a movie: It’s oddly paced, confusing, and full of corny dialogue. It’s also surprisingly fun to watch.
The second half, says FFXV director Hajime Tabata, goes linear.
To be fair, the $90 ‘Deluxe’ edition of Final Fantasy XV doesn’t contain a DLC season pass either, but then it’s not calling itself ‘Ultimate.’
Announced previously for an early 2017 release on PlayStation 4, Square Enix and Platinum Games’ action-RPG Nier: Automata will be launching on PC via Steam early next year as well.
Straight out of Gamescom, here’s a ton of new footage from the freshly delayed Final Fantasy XV, which will be out on November 29 for PS4 and Xbox One. There’s driving, chocobo riding, fishing, and lots of other promising activities.
To mark World of Final Fantasy’s release, Sony is releasing special PS Vita units in Japan. Available from the Sony Store in Japan, they’re priced at 20,980 yen (US$208).
There is no competition, and no country is better. Japan is the unrivaled king of train games.
Why were there no inns in I Am Setsuna? What’s up with the lack of world map? And will the team’s next game have a bit more... variety?
Today marks the release of Mobius Final Fantasy, yet another ridiculously titled FF game that Square Enix is putting on iOS and Android.
The U.S. version of Kingsglaive Final Fantasy XV will be released digitally on August 30, followed by a Blu-ray and DVD release October 4. Check out the latest trailer. revealed alongside the release dates at San Diego Comic-Con this weekend.
The name “Tokyo RPG Factory” conjures a dreary image. An assembly line for role-playing games, perhaps, where dozens of masked workers flank a conveyor belt, smashing together parts: an oversized sword here, a Firaga there, a melancholy hero to tie it all together. Every day they must crank out a new RPG to be shipped…
Over the decades, Japanese developers have churned out a mind-boggling number of video games. Some are good, and some are bad. These are the thirty-one most important ones.
Final Fantasy Brave Exvius, which may or may not intentionally have an “XVI” in its title, launched today for iOS and Android. It’s a free-to-play RPG with towns, NPCS, turn-based combat, and an actual story
Somehow, Final Fantasy XIV has become one of the best Final Fantasy games in recent memory, thanks to a bunch of winning factors that elevate it from the ranks of MMO dreck to a game that’s worth playing even if you’re by yourself.
Here’s a nice little surprise for RPG fans who don’t like touch controls: Adventures of Mana, the Final Fantasy Adventure remake that came out earlier this year for smartphones, is now on Vita.
The fifth Star Ocean comes out today, and if you get motion sickness easily, you probably shouldn’t play it.
You have probably noticed, being the lovely JRPG connoisseur you are, that September is going to be busy. In just that one month we’re going to see new entries from two RPG titans: the 3DS remake of Dragon Quest VII, on September 16, and the boy band simulator Final Fantasy XV, on September 30.
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.