Final Fantasy XIII-2 arrives on Steam December 11, complete with support for 60 frames-per-second and variable display resolutions. The second game in the trilogy is now available for preorder at $17.99. Square Enix has also announced plans to patch support for multiple resolutions into last month's PC release of…
This might be the coolest thing Square has done in a decade—instead of just making a boring ol' story recap video for Final Fantasy XIII and Final Fantasy XIII-2, they made one in the style of Final Fantasy VI for Super Nintendo.
In Japan, Square Enix just announced Final Fantasy XIII-2 Digital Contents Selection for the Xbox 360 and the PS3. According to Square Enix, the version is FFXIII-2 plus a selection of the game's post release DLC items. Packed in an original box, this version goes on sale July 18 in Japan.
Final Fantasy XIII has sexual tension. Ditto for its sequel, Final Fantasy XIII-2. Some apparently thought the tension wasn't palpable enough. So they took things into their own hands. Digitally.
Back in 2006, Square Enix unveiled three games: Final Fantasy XIII, Final Fantasy Agito XIII and Final Fantasy Versus XIII. All three were linked by a mythos centered on crystals, and the series was dubbed "Fabula Nova Crystallis".
Binge drinking. Jerking off. Squids. It's just another wild night in the world of Final Fantasy.
Over in Hong Kong, PlayStation's Asia branch just announced a limited edition Final Fantasy XIII and Final Fantasy XIII-2 pack.
Square Enix is readying a new Final Fantasy game, which has been referred to as "Lightning Saga". It's probably going to be Final Fantasy XIII-3: SOMETHING SOMETHING, but as Yoshinori Kitase pointed out today on Twitter, "The title isn't Lightning Saga." Phew!
As previously hinted, Square Enix will be revealing the latest entry in its Final Fantasy XIII "Lightning Saga" at the upcoming Final Fantasy anniversary event in Tokyo's Shibuya on September 1.
Square Enix will announce news about the future of Final Fantasy XIII on September 1, Andriasang reports today.
The ending of role-playing game Final Fantasy XIII-2 was a little unsatisfying. And by "a little unsatisfying," I mean it made me want to throw a keyblade at my television.
At the GDC in Taipei held at the Taipei International Conference Center in Taiwan, Motomu Toriyama of Square Enix held a presentation on the development between Final Fantasy XIII and Final Fantasy XIII-2.
In the above Fire Emblem: Kakusei image, there's a character named "Lightning". In Final Fantasy XIII, there's a character named "Lightning". Hey, wait a second...
Here's Gilgamesh, the newest piece of downloadable content for Square Enix's Final Fantasy XIII-2.
Yes, yes. Japanes role-playing game Final Fantasy XIII-2 is getting downloadable costumes that include Mass Effect and Assassin's Creed outfits. If you didn't find the screenshots thrilling, here is the AC trailer...you might find thrilling.
Final Fantasy characters sure are stylish. Maybe it's their razor thin body types. Or the hair. But they look like models. And now, they don't only look like them, they are.
Thought Square Enix was stopping with Mass Effect suits for Final Fantasy XIII-2 downloadable content crossovers? Nope! The latest issue of Japanese game magazine Famitsu shows an Ezio Auditore da Firenze Assassin's Creed outfit as DLC.
Downloadable content. Everyone hates it—but everyone buys it. Yes, even you in the comments, smart guy. Here's a look at the latest package of extensions and pre-order bonuses designed to crowbar the last dollar out of your wallet. Can you still respect yourself if you buy it?
This is Ultros. And his buddy, Typhon. Be careful. They'll blow you away.