Not everything developed in the wake of Final Fantasy XV‘s release is as painful as A New Empire. Noctis is going to be a fighter in the upcoming fighting game Dissidia NT on the PS4, which will be launching in North America and Europe on January 30th. The pretty boy prince will carry over all of his iconic moves and weapons, fitting nicely in the current roster that spans most of the Final ...[Read More]
Alright game industry, while you may have convinced me to love angry chaos bunnies running amok in the Mushroom Kingdom, I am even more unsure about white hooded assassins riding chocobos. From now until January 31st of 2018, Noctis and his beautiful boys will be able to don the cloth of the brotherhood from Assassin’s Creed. This comes as a free event for Final Fantasy XV, taking place in t...[Read More]
Ubisoft and Square Enix have just revealed that the worlds of Assassin’s Creed and Final Fantasy XV will be colliding when the newest DLC for Final Fantasy XV, Assassin’s Festival, drops later this month. On August 30th, FFXV players who have collected the Moogle Chocobo Carnival event’s Dream Egg will receive an Assassin’s outfit for Noctis. On August 31st, the day after, ...[Read More]
Final Fantasy XV continues to expand its universe, and this time it brings a mobile retelling of the proper game in Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition on iOS, Android, and Windows 10 devices. This retelling will take place over ten downloadable episodes launching simultaneously, with the first being free, and features a unique artstyle with the characters taking a chibi look.
Yesterday afternoon, gamers around the world got a brief glimpse at the next big games and accessories coming within the next few months. Some of the most exciting announcements revolved around upcoming games such as Destiny 2, Shadow of War, Assassin’s Creed Origins, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Star Wars Battle Front 2, and other big name titles. In celebration of all the major announcements, ...[Read More]
I will admit, its not often that I even consider doing a full review for downloadable content. However, there’s enough to talk about for this DLC that it warrants some discussion, resulting into some sincere criticism that I would love for Square Enix to consider for future content. Sure, some games almost add seemingly better content well after release, while Square Enix seems to be enrichi...[Read More]
Square Enix started the Final Fantasy 30 Year celebration today! Pretty incredible that the series began as a company’s last chance hail mary play and is now celebrating 30 years, and 15 main series entries and quite a few of spin-off titles. This celebration is going to be a year long, and what better way to kick things off with some updates of the franchise’s most anticipated project...[Read More]
Back in 2006, an amazing trailer made waves at E3, blowing my teenage mind away as a young Prince stood his ground against an army of soldiers as partially invisible weapons danced about his person. That trailer was for Final Fantasy Versus XIII, a game to be released on the PS3 as part of a larger narrative called the Fabula Nova Crystallis, which was to include three games in the same world. Fin...[Read More]
If you are in the mood for a video game themed soda, then there is no better place to go than Target. Jones Soda, Square Enix, and Target have teamed up in order to offer a sweet deal to Final Fantasy XV shoppers.
It’s actually happening isn’t it? Final Fantasy XV, possibly one of the biggest projects from Square Enix in its legendary history, is coming to PS4 and Xbox One on November 29th. As a long time fan of the series, I’ve been waiting on pins and needles to get my hands on the game, purposefully avoiding any spoilers that come from the leaks and only watching trailers on occasion.
After ten years of waiting, Final Fantasy XV is just weeks away from its fabled release. Personally, I won’t accept that this is actually happening until I get my copy, go home, put it into my PS4, and see the game booting up. Although, seeing it boot up immediately doesn’t seem to a reality, as Final Fantasy XV will have a sizable day one patch file.
Unfortunately, we got the news that one of the most anticipated games of the past decade was delayed from September to November. For most fans of the Final Fantasy series, waiting isn’t a bad thing as the games tend to live on as a part of an extended universe to be played over and over again. In short, no matter how much time it takes, we just want Final Fantasy XV to be an amazing game. Lu...[Read More]