Square Enix is putting more Collector’s Editions of Final Fantasy XV into production thanks to popular demand
It just wouldn’t be Final Fantasy without a few Cactuars or Ruby Dragons roaming the landscape. But expect different takes on old faces in Final Fantasy XV.
Square Enix announced back in January that they’d be bringing Final Fantasy IX to both mobile and PC. It’s been out on mobile since February, and now, finally, it’s available on Steam too.
According to Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata, it was thought that the iconic series had peaked and was in decline.
Ever since Sony showed off what a potential Final Fantasy VII would have looked like running on PlayStation 3 hardware back at E3 2005, fans have been wanting to see more. At least now,the time is right for the Final Fantasy VII Remake.
Final Fantasy XV might be offering players more freedom than ever before, but don’t call it an open-world RPG.
New details on gameplay, story and progression have been revealed for Final Fantasy XV. And a butt-load of quests as well.
Final Fantasy VII Remake will be several games, following a structure similar to Final Fantasy XIII.
There’ll be a trio of different Final Fantasy XV packages available from day one, from the regular ol’ special edition through to the ludicrously expensive.
Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata hopes that his game will also resonate with your emotions, and leave you all snot-faced at the end.
Square Enix may have some love left for the PC platform after all, as some cyber-sleuthing has uncovered a PC release for the upcoming JRPG.
Final Fantasy XV finally has a date! For a reveal of its release date! Prepare for a lavish announcement on March 30 in Los Angeles.