Did you play Final Fantasy Type-0 back on the PSP? First of all, I'm very jealous of you. Second, you will still need to play it again just to take in all this prettiness.
I used to be addicted to surveys. I loved answering all the questions, ticking the boxes. I think back in the day, I used to be a member of one of those places that would give you points for answering surveys and eventual prizes. But this survey seems a whole lot more useful, although I wonder what strange and wonderful games it will inspire.
If I could only play one JRPG franchise for the rest of time, it would probably be Final Fantasy. I've been playing these games since the very first one and I am beyond excited for FF XV. However, Square Enix is looking to hire someone and the position is getting me a bit worried.
I love JRPGs, but the translated voice actors are often horrible. You just need to play Final Fantasy X and listen to those awful voices and laughs to realize that localization isn't always a smooth process for Japanese games. Luckily, it seems the latest Final Fantasies have some excellent voice talent on board.
Final Fantasy 7? Puh-lease, who wants to be trolled with a PC port of that game onto the PlayStation 4? There are far better Final Fantasy games to port on over, instead of that over-hyped seventh instalment in the franchise. Unfortunately, the next game getting all tarted up doesn’t even rhyme with Shminal Shmantasy Date, and will instead be that one game from the series that has frightful daddy issues. Mon.
Hey, it’s Friday! And you know what that means. It’s time to listen to our podcast, or die trying. Today on the agenda, we’re talking about the fantasy that will never be final. And sexy Australian accents.
We have been starving for some Final Fantasy (or just general JRPG) loving on the new consoles for quite some time. In Q1 next year, we will get our hands on what appears to be an epic game that will make us ridiculously happy - this latest trailer shows more story and gameplay.
Lightning never strikes the same place twice, right? Wrong, it strikes the same place thrice! You should know this because I told you way back in September that Square Enix were bringing their entire Final Fantasy XIII trilogy to Steam. The first of the series arrived just over a month ago, on the 9th of October. The second will be landing just in time for Christmas.
I’m a huge fan of the Final Fantasy series. I’ve played every single title in the main numbered series other than the PlayStation 2 and online entries. One spin on the franchise I’m interested in playing is Type-0. It’s a 2011 PSP title which is being given a HD spit and polish for the new generation of consoles. It may not stop there though.
I wasn't excited for Final Fantasy Type-0 getting a Western release. The game was presumably cool on PSP, but I didn't think putting it on PS4 would look great. In fact, the only reason I was planning on getting the game was to get my hands on the FFXV demo. However, my eyes have been opened and I was so very very wrong to not be excited.
Who doesn't know Where's Wally? If you ever scanned over any of his books as a kid, you’d know that he’s not always so easy to find. The striped, spectacled fellow likes to hide away in all sorts of incredibly busy images, making life difficult for eyes everywhere. Think you’re a master? Try spot your favourite SNES character in this image.
One day I will go to the Tokyo Game Show. One day. It seems a bunch of publications got to chat with Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata while there. I already told you some of the details revealed, but now we get the best comparison ever - Final Fantasy XV will be like Red Dead Redemption.
Thanks to a change of director, we're finally getting new details about Final Fantasy XV. It's going to be an impressive game, of that I have no doubt. However, director Hajime Tabata isn't going to be satisfied unless it defines the generation.
The PlayStation 4 has done gangbuster numbers around most of the world since it launched. One place where it’s struggling? Japan, surprisingly. The PlayStation 4 doesn’t exactly have a home field advantage, with sales being lacklustre so far. One game that could determine the future of the PlayStation 4 however, is Final Fantasy XV.
We’ve spoken before about trends in games. Right now, the current fad is something akin to a good ol’ fashioned mob stomping, four on one action. But there’s another trend circling the industry. MOBA games. Well, to be precise, the fact that every developer wants a piece of that lucrative pie. Could Final Fantasy spin a game off in that genre direction?