Due out on October 10, Prescription for Sleep: Fight For Your Dreams turns pulse-pounding battle themes from Final Fantasy XV, Undertale, Mega Man, Transformers: The Movie and more into the musical equivalent of sleepytime tea.
Monster of the Deep, the VR fishing game based on Final Fantasy XV, is a fairly standard video game fishing experience, right up until the moment you have to bust out the crossbow.
Titled “Comrades,” Final Fantasy XV’s online expansion will be released on October 31. Set after Chapter 13 in the main game, players create their own FFXV character and meet up with three friends online for questing in the land of Eos.
There’s one big plot point left ambiguous at the end of Final Fantasy XV, so I thought I’d ask director Hajime Tabata about it. In an interview earlier this month, he offered some helpful clarification, also acknowledging that the game’s story was a bit... messy.
Last month, Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata teased a version of his game for the Nintendo Switch. But when I asked him about that port to Nintendo’s hot new console, he wanted me to share a different message: He can’t actually find one.
If, like me, your favorite part of Final Fantasy XV was the mind-boggling Pitioss Ruins, here is a fun fact: It was designed by one person, according to director Hajime Tabata.
An Assassin’s Creed logo has been hiding in a Final Fantasy XV trailer since last October, hinting at the collaboration that Ubisoft and Square Enix announced yesterday. Ubisoft says there are also Final Fantasy easter eggs in the AC Origins announcement trailer and in this week’s Gamescom CGI trailer. Well done,…
In what’s as natural a combination as chocolate and french fries, Final Fantasy XV and Assassin’s Creed Origins will have a crossover that Ubisoft says “will result in the two franchises paying homage to each other’s gaming universes.” It’ll start next week with a festival inside FFXV.
A recommended specs list for the upcoming PC version of Final Fantasy XV had indicated that the game would be 170GB, but Square Enix says that’s an error. “The specs listed were not final as the game is still in development,” the company told Kotaku. “We will officially publish both minimum and recommended specs for…
Alright, well, as near as I can figure, Square Enix said something about Final Fantasy XV and Nintendo Switch today at Gamescom. It was less than an announcement but more substantial than a routine “we’re thinking about it.” Here’s what happened.
Square Enix is making FFXV all adorable and pocket-sized with an iOS and Android take on the adventures of Noctis and his buddies.
Final Fantasy XV, a video game about male friendship and good hair, will come to PC in early 2018. The fifteenth mainline Final Fantasy, which came out in November 2016, was previously only available on PS4 and Xbox One.
Final Fantasy XV’s multiplayer beta went live today, and in it, you can hack-and-slash through a few short quests. You can also spend hours creating your very own avatar, adjusting everything from facial tattoos to, uh, lower jaw width.
Since camping is such an important part of Final Fantasy XV, it’s cool that this team of cosplayers decided the best way to recreate the game was to get out into the wilds or Arizona and shoot on one of only two nights of the year that the Milky Way is visible to the naked eye.
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.
It’s not clear why Final Fantasy XV, a game about the power of male friendship and good hair, is getting a multiplayer expansion. But it’s happening, it’s called Comrades, and next week you’ll be able to get a taste of it.
You wouldn’t think that Fantasy Fantasy’s cacti enemies would have terrific tushies. Then again, you’ve probably never thought about their backsides.
Everybody knows a Prompto in real life, don’t they? Prompto is the guy who’s always cracking dumb jokes, who hits on everything that walks, who tries his hardest to keep everyone smiling and feeling good. He’s also the guy harboring deep-seated insecurities that sometimes manifest as visions of his childhood self.…
Here is a thing you can do in Episode Prompto, the surprisingly good Final Fantasy XV DLC that’s out today. Impressions coming tomorrow.