To some, Final Fantasy XV’s multiplayer expansion pack is an entertaining (if mildly frustrating) way to experience Square Enix’s epic RPG with friends. For others, it’s a hell of a lot of work to find a decent dress shirt. I’m somewhere in between.
When I think about fishing, I think about relaxation: chilling out somewhere beautiful in the sun, watching the shimmering water, waiting for fish to bite. Admittedly all of my real-life fishing experiences took place in the rain-drenched Highlands of Scotland and were absolutely horrendous, but video games are about…
Final Fantasy XV’s multiplayer expansion, Comrades, launched this week, and players have been putting its ridiculously detailed character creator to good use.
First Injustice 2 gets the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and now Tekken 7 is getting Final Fantasy XV’s Prince Charming. Noctis Lucis Caelum joins the King of Iron Fist Tournament this spring.
Coming to iOS and Android later this fall, the chibi mobile version of Final Fantasy XV will cost between $20 and $30. The game’s split into 10 episodes. First one’s free, second and third are $.99 and the rest are $3.99 apiece. Or just buy the whole bundle for $19.99.
Earlier this year, Square Enix revealed “muteki suits” (invincible suits) as an upcoming free download. Immediately, they were compared to Power Ranger costumes and soon scrapped. Square Enix has now released the new suits. They are scary.
Final Fantasy XV, a Cup Noodles commercial cosplaying as a video game, got its first piece of downloadable content this week, and you really don’t need to bother with it. It’s short, straightforward, and—unless you’re particularly attached to Gladio—really boring.
If you are one of the many people who hated Final Fantasy XV’s thirteenth chapter, you will be pleased to hear that you can now skip it entirely, thanks to a new route that’s full of beefy Gladiolus shots and even political humor (see above).
Final Fantasy XV’s update 1.07 is live, setting up Episode Gladiolus and making big changes to the polarizing Chapter 13. If you’ve already beaten the game, you can see the revised chapter from the menu. If you can’t imagine subjecting yourself to it again, stay tuned: I’ll check it out tomorrow morning and report…
If you, like many Final Fantasy XV players, have been wondering just what happened to Gladiolus when he mysteriously left your party in Chapter 6, here’s your answer: Episode Gladiolus, which comes out on March 28. Over the weekend, the developers at Square Enix released more info about the DLC as well as a new…
One day during the development of Final Fantasy XV, as director Hajime Tabata was leaving for work, his six-year-old daughter came up to him and gave him a hug.
Final Fantasy XV’s PS4 Pro update just hit. Version 1.05 brings the game’s PS4 Pro frame rate up to 60 FPS. On the Xbox One and PS4, the update increased FFXV’s level cap to 120 and added more Camera Roll storage, a portal music player for chocobo rides and limited-time hunts.
Next week, Noctis will adorn his finest chocobo outfit for a trip to the Moogle Chocobo Carnival, which starts on January 24 and transforms the city of Altissia into a theme park full of minigames. There’s dancing, fishing, photography, and of course, machine-gun firing. New trailer above.
The second half of Final Fantasy XV ditches the open world road trip in favor of a series of linear areas connected by train, which raises an obvious question: How much of that was meant to be bigger? One player did some digging to try to find out.
Why buy games on day one anymore? A newly planned set of updates for Final Fantasy XV won’t just fix bugs, they’ll add story cutscenes and improve the game’s slow-paced thirteenth chapter by adding more powers to Noctis’s repertoire.
Behold, my adventures with Final Fantasy XV’s flying car, the Regalia Type-F, which Noctis and crew can really have a good time using, as you’ll see in the video above.
So you’re joining Noctis and crew for the road trip to end all road trips. Now what kind of food should you bring? And how do you convince them to let you be in charge of the music?
You’re four years old, maybe five. Your parents got one of those Nintendos that everyone’s been raving about, along with a brand new game. A role-playing game.
Billboards promoting new video games aren’t usually that memorable. They lack impact! Not this, though. It’s terrific.