It has become clear, in the wake of the disastrous Unsung Story, that we may never get a proper successor to Final Fantasy Tactics. Fortunately, the original game is as good today as it was in 1998.
If you’ve pre-ordered the upcoming Hitman game, you’ll be able to play the beta soon. The beta lets players go through the game’s opening sequence, which you can play over and over. On PS4, the beta will be live from February 12 to 15 and on PC, it’ll be open on February 19, ending on February 22.
This week, Square Enix released Adventures of Mana, a remake of the classic Game Boy action-role-playing game Final Fantasy Adventure. Like many of Square’s other mobile games, it’s both A) pricey and B) excellent.
Remember the exciting battles fought in the second coming of Final Fantasy XV Episode Duscae? They’ve got nothing on the awesome Niflheim base battle footage show during the final Active Time Report. Check out new combos, warp kills, magical explosions and more.
Magic! Stealth! Magitek armor! Exclamation points! Plus an update on the March event where we expect more useful information, like a release date, all in the latest Final Fantasy XV Active Time Report, kicking off live at 11 PM Eastern.
Right now, there is a giant Dragon Quest mural up in Tokyo’s Shinjuku. It’s apparently made completely from Diablock, which are basically Japanese LEGO. The blocks look like pixels, so if you are going to make a Dragon Quest mural, do it like this.
Today in Japan, Square Enix held a Dragon Quest-themed press conference to mark the 30th anniversary of the series. It sucked.
What was the hottest game in Japan last year? Do you know? Let’s find out! Right now, even.
It’s a new year. Can you believe it? Sure you can. While you ponder how you’ll spend it, here is what some of Japan’s most famous game creators hope to accomplish.
The PC version of Final Fantasy IX, announced last week in Japan, will be out this month according to Steam. And, critically, it’ll let you turn off random encounters.
Rise of the Tomb Raider is coming to Steam and Windows 10 on January 28, Square Enix announced today. Well, that was quick!
Final Fantasy IX, one of the best Final Fantasy games, is coming to PC and smartphones at some point in 2016, Square Enix announced today in Japan.
If you ever need inspiration for wedding invitations and like JRPGs, here’s a good place to start.
Final Fantasy XIII’s pink-haired star is modeling for Louis Vuitton now, but that doesn’t mean she’s made of money.
When Square Enix brought Final Fantasy VI to PC last week, they brought with it a graphical overhaul that most fans can’t stand, complete with washed-out sprites and inconsistent tiling. It’s a bummer, to say the least.
Look at tiny Yuna. Look at her giant, adorable head. You think she’s worried about what Tidus is up to right now? She probably is, and that just makes her even more adorable. I can’t even handle tiny Lightning and tiny Faris. I just can’t.