Brendan    2016-07-24    0 comments

It's Comic Con weekend here in San Diego, California and Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV has made a respectable showing. We already knew that the movie would have a limited theatrical release on August 19. In addition to the theatrical release, Kingsglaive will release digitally on August 30th with a solo physical release on October 4th. However, the deluxe and collector's editions of Final Fantasy XV--set for release on September 30th--will also contain the movie. Square Enix debuted a gorgeous new trailer to celebrate the news.

Final Fantasy XV NA Box Art Confirmed

Brendan    2016-07-23    0 comments

During their marathon livestream of E3 2016, Square Enix revealed the almost-final North American version of Final Fantasy XV’s box art for PS4 and Xbox One. This week the developer confirmed that, with some minor changes, the version from June is indeed the final version that will ship with the game on September 30, 2016. For purists, the cover will...

Kingsglaive’s Warm Reception + Soundtrack News

Brendan    2016-07-23    0 comments

Final Fantasy XV’s CGI film prequel, Kingslgaive, launched in Japan at the start of the month and unlike Square Enix’s prior cinematic outings, Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within and Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children, the movie has debuted to highly positive reactions in Japan. Square Enix revealed that the film, which debuted in 44 cinemas throughout Japan on July 9,...


GameStop Gets Preorder Bonus Exclusive: A King's Tale

Brendan    2016-07-23    0 comments

GameStop is receiving an adorable exclusive preorder bonus for Final Fantasy XV. A King’s Tale, a spritely retro-game for PS4 and Xbox One, will accompany preorder purchase from the U.S. videogame retailer. A King’s Tale follows the adventures of a young Regis and his companions—including Cid!—as they fight their way through hordes of monsters. Be sure to check out the...

Mobius Final Fantasy Arrives on August 3

Brendan    2016-07-23    0 comments

Mobius Final Fantasy, a high-budget mobile game for Android and iOS, is due out in North America on August 3 which, coincidentally enough, is my birthday. Square Enix must have known, those sweethearts, and rushed the localization of this 2015 game to get it here just in time. Excluding the phenomenal ports of Final Fantasy VII and IX, I’m usually...


World of Final Fantasy Gets Awesome CE

Brendan    2016-07-23    0 comments

Square Enix is showering its hilariously adorable PS4 title, World of Final Fantasy, with lots of love. The chibi-style mashup of all things FF will hit shelves in the US on October 25 and for fans who are looking to go all-out on this unique game, Square Enix and Sony have you covered with this one-of-a-kind collector’s edition. And we...

I Am Setsuna Available Now

Brendan    2016-07-23    3 comments

Tokyo RPG Factory’s newest title, I Am Setsuna, is out now for PS4, PSVita, and Steam. It arrives to overall middling reviews that nevertheless still capture a fondness for the game's style and story—which isn’t bad given its $40 price tag. Polygon, awarding the game an 85/100, wrote: It's not a new classic by any stretch, but I Am Setsuna...


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Final Fantasy Type-0 HD: The Square Insider Review

Brendan    2015-05-28    2 comments

When Type-0’s localization was finally announced at last year’s E3, gamers in the western hemisphere breathed a sigh of relief. Hajime Tabata’s second outing on the PSP would finally be reaching avid fans via an official release on the PS4 and X1. For gamers desperately searching for a sign that the Final Fantasy series is, at long last, correcting its...

Tomb Raider: The Square Insider Review

Brendan    2014-03-13    3 comments

Lara Croft’s presence in the gaming industry could be called ubiquitous, to say the very least of a character that has been a staple of the gaming experience since 1996. Lara Croft has played a key role in the birth of the action-adventure genre, has spanned four generations of hardware, all in more than 9 games that have collectively sold...

The Art of Thief: The Square Insider Review

Brendan    2014-03-05    3 comments

After five long years of development and fomenting anticipation, Eidos-Montreal’s Thief was released to expectant gamers worldwide last week. While Garret’s long-awaited reboot has proven to be divisive, developer Eidos and publisher Square Enix partnered up with Titan Books to release The Art of Thief. This book of concept art and other artistic assets celebrates the game’s release, the artistic...


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