Final Fantasy XV is highly anticipated, and with good reason. I played the demo earlier this year and mostly enjoyed it, although there were some areas I found lacking. Apparently, others also found those things lacking, and Square Enix is updating it to make it better. Wait, they're updating a demo? Yes, yes they are.
If you haven’t seen Epic’s Unreal Engine 4 Boy and his Kite demo, you’re missing out on a glimpse of the future. The engine’s shaping up to be rather impressive stuff, and the demo shows us how the engine could be utilised to transform open-world gaming. Epic’s now detailed the tech that’s gone in to the demo.
We had that wonderful debate last week about the size of games. While the saying goes that it's not the size that counts but how you use it, we all know that size sort of does matter. We want games that will keep us occupied for a long time, either thanks to awesome replay value or due to an expansive and immersive experience to begin with. I don't normally demand this from a demo, but it seems we'll be getting that anyway.
There was some controversy around the Final Fantasy XV demo, aka Episode Duscae. Was it going to be included in all copies of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD? Would it magically disappear from your console's hard drive after a while? All your burning questions are answered. Maybe.
News about Final Fantasy XV seems to be coming fast and loose these days. Director Hajime Tabata is much more candid about what's going on, making fans happy to know that progress is continuing as compared to the prolonged silence on the matter we had for years. Here is some more news about the upcoming demo, and the overall size of the game.
Now that it's finally 2015, we're getting closer to the release of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD. With that comes the Final Fantasy XV demo. So what will we get to experience as part of Episode Duscae? Well, not the car we've seen so much of.
A new generation of Final Fantasy games are coming. No, I'm not talking about the awful mobile things we're going to get, but the two new massive JRPGs - Final Fantasy Type-0 HD and Final Fantasy XV. Here is a new trailer for the one.
During a lifestream about Final Fantasy Type-0, Game Director Hajime Tabata also ended up talking about Final Fantasy XV. While he didn't drop too many details about the demo, he did raise some eyebrows from fans.
At some embargoed events, they will actually take away people's phones to ensure that they don't record what transpires. Someone obviously forgot to do that at a Final Fantasy XV demo session, leading to this leaked video.
The Evil Within was a pretty good game. It didn't blow me away, but it certainly offered some fun gameplay at times. If you're still curious but don't want to commit to spending the money, Bethesda has you covered... on PC.
Oh I’m turning Japanese I’m turning Japanese. Right now, the Tokyo Games Show is blazing a trail of new announcements, most of which happen to be in some sort of language that I can’t understand. Still, some info is beginning to leak out of that trade show. And it’s all good news for Final Fantasy fans today.
Do you want to be the best? The very best, like no one ever was? To catch ‘em all, without needing to drop several hundred bucks in the process? In an age long past, such an option was available to gamers. It was known as “the demo”, a slice of a game that gave players a chance to experience what was in store. Fore free. And now, the new Pokémon remakes are getting into that try it before you buy it idea.
FIFA 15 is coming later this month to the new generation of consoles and PC. For a change, the PC versions is actually going to share the same underlying engine and technology as the console versions. Yes, it’ll be using the fabled Ignite Engine for more realistic everything. And you’ll be able to give it a test run today.
We’re edging closer and closer to another wave of virtual reality hardware. Headsets like the Oculus Rift and Sony’s Project Morpheus are supposed to enhance our gaming experiences, providing a closer, more immersive look at the game world we’re playing in. Now that doesn’t exactly have to apply exclusively to gaming. At the very least, Team Tekken knows exactly what I’m talking about.
I may be a completely rubbish driver in the real world, but when it comes to video games, I’m even more dangerous and unskilled…Wait, that doesn’t sound right. Anyway, if I’m going to be crashing constantly in a racing game, you can be damn well sure that I’ll want to do so with a vehicle that comes with a price tag that makes the Nkandla not-a-compound look like small change in comparison. And Forza Horizon 2 has plenty of those cars available.