Xin    today    1 comment

JumpFESTA 2015 is underway in Japan, and Square are starting out strong with a brand new trailer for Final Fantasy XV. In this newest look, we learn a little more about the game's story, get a look at those long awaited HD towns and even meet a new female character. Check out the trailer, in English or Japanese, below: ENG: JP:

First episode of Life is Strange is coming out in January

kula shakerz    2014-12-18    0 comments

French developer DONTNOD has announced the release date of the first episode of their pentalogy, Life is Strange. Episode one will be released on January 29th on Steam while PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One owners will have to wait until January the 30th before they get to play the game. Each episode can be purchased separately...

Another Type-0 Trailer Arrives!

Brendan    2014-12-18    0 comments

Final Fantasy Type-0 has gotten one more trailer in time for the holidays, although this entry focuses on the various characters of Class Zero, the cadet group charged with countering the invading Empire. Ace, Seven, and King are only a few of the names that pop up the trailer, but long time Type-0 observers will likely be somewhat familiar with...


'Mevius Final Fantasy' Announced

Brendan    2014-12-18    1 comment

Square Enix just announced another mobile title—Mevius Final Fantasy—for its already packed Spring 2015 lineup. Mevius will place a renewed focus on the series' shared mythology and roots. The newest mobile Final Fantasy was announced by the current chief of all things Final Fantasy, Yoshinori Kitase, in a tandem interview with Hironobu Sakaguchi, who needs no introduction among longtime fans....

TGS 2014 English Voiceover Final Fantasy XV Trailer

kula shakerz    2014-12-15    3 comments

Previously released to celebrate the opening of Tokyo Game Show 2014, this latest version of the Final Fantasy XV trailer showcases the English voice actors in the game for the first time. A release date has still not been announced but a demo of the game will be released along with Final Fantasy Type-0 next year.


Type-0 HD Receiving Collector's Editions

Brendan    2014-12-14    0 comments

Following the trends set by Kingdom Heart 2.5 HD Remix and Final Fantasy X | X-2 HD Remaster, the upcoming release of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD will see a Collector's Edition debut across several territories. In North America, Type-0's Collector's Edition will include special steel case packaging, a manga, a selection of OST tracks chosen by Takeharu Ishimoto, an art-book,...

XIII-2 Arrives on Steam

Brendan    2014-12-14    0 comments

PC gamers who have yet to experience the second title in the Final Fantasy XIII series are getting another chance to play the second installment in the polarizing trilogy. On Friday, Square Enix released Final Fantasy XIII-2 on Steam, where it joins the original Final Fantasy XIII as a downloadable title. Unlike its older sibling, Final Fantasy XIII-2 includes DLC,...


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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

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Brendan    2014-02-24    5 comments

There's quite a lot to be said about LIGHTNING RETURNS: FINAL FANTASY XIII but chances are that most of it has been said elsewhere. It’s the concluding game in a wildly polarizing trilogy with a protagonist that is way more popular in Japan than she is in the west and, atop that, Square Enix has borne repeated criticism for developing...


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