kula shakerz    2016-06-20    0 comments

Square Enix has just released the second episode of their five-part web anime series Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV. The series revolves around the four main characters of Final Fantasy XV and is ment to serve as a prequel to the events in the game. In this episode we'll get to take a look at how the friendship between Prompto and Noctis started when they were young. If you haven't seen the first episode yet, then you can take a look at it here.

Kingsglaive Arrives on August 19 in North America

Brendan    2016-06-17    0 comments

Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV, the CGI prequel film to Final Fantasy XV, will arrive in select theaters throughout the United States on August 19, 2016. It follows a month after the Japanese theatrical release on July 9, 2016 which means that anyone who wants to avoid spoilers should probably abandon the internet during the intervening period. In the United States,...

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age E3 Impressions

Brendan    2016-06-17    1 comment

While Final Fantasy XV was having its moment in the sun, Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age was the sleeper hit in Square Enix's lineup at E3 2016. The game was also playable to members of the press who had the chance to experience, firsthand, some of the improvements that are being made to the title in preparation for its...

Final Fantasy XV at E3 2016: Trailers, VR, and ATR

Brendan    2016-06-17    0 comments

With Final Fantasy XV just over 3 months away from becoming a reality, Square Enix's flagship title put in an unusual appearance at this year's E3. A new trailer debuted during Sony's conference, containing mostly recycled footage of areas and combat encounters that viewers have seen previously. This time the familiar footage came with a twist: a Playstation VR experience...

World of Final Fantasy Releases October 25

Brendan    2016-06-11    0 comments

World of Final Fantasy, Square Enix's quirky chibi-esque adventure mixing characters and locations from the Final Fantasy series, will arrive less than one month after Final Fantasy XV on October 25, 2016. A trailer for the game was released ahead of E3 2016 and it looks as though Square really put some effort into polishing this unusual little title. Titus,...

E3 2016 Trailer Debuts for Kingdom Hearts 2.8 HD

Brendan    2016-06-11    1 comment

On the eve of E3 2016 Square Enix is back at it again—this time with a spiffy new trailer for Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue. This game will be the bridge between Kingdom Hearts II and Kingdom Hearts III, the much anticipated next installment in the series. Square Enix has even revealed the release month: December 2016! Check...

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age Coming to PS4 in 2017

Brendan    2016-06-06    7 comments

Originally released for PS2 in 2006, a high definition remaster of Final Fantasy XII was announced today. Square Enix is preparing the previous international version, then known as the Zodiac Job System, for its true, full international debut across the world as Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age. The game will arrive in 2017 for the PS4. It will include...

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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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