Coming from a Eurogamer interview with Final Fantasy 15 director Hajime Tabata... "We're actually doing very specific technical investigations into what's possible at the moment. Where we are at the moment - we've completed those tests and have worked out where the ground lies. Show More Summary
Create your own character and join up with three friends as you set out to learn more about the disappearance of Noctis.
30 years of Final Fantasy are on full display in the RPG-inspired brawler Dissidia Final Fantasy NT and the latest addition taps the most modern entry for its new character. Announced during Tokyo Game Show and shown in a new trailer...Show More Summary
The main character of Final Fantasy XV will square off against other Final Fantasy protagonists in Square Enix’s fighting game.
Final Fantasy XV is already a big game, and it's continuing to grow on a regular basis thanks to constant content drops, new modes and the like.
Coming from a GameSpot interview with Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata... "I've heard a lot from the dev team and their reactions to having played it. But just from hearing the stories and the feedback, you know, we can tell that it's a really complete game. Show More Summary
Square Enix bankrolls a ton of projects, so it's really hard to keep up. I mean Final Fantasy XV is practically its own studio at this point, augmented by a heap of mobile spinoff games, one of which just launched this week. But they...Show More Summary
Final Fantasy XV is almost its own thing at this point. It has more side projects and spinoffs than many AAA franchises just a year into its life cycle, and if I know Square, they aren't stopping anytime soon. They aren't stopping today either, as King's Knight: Wrath of the Dark Dragon just arrived worldwide on iOS and Android. Show More Summary
Final Fantasy XV has been a significant success for Square Enix, after spending years in development, and the publisher has recently discussed plans to continue playing within that world. Early comments led some to believe a port ofShow More Summary
The following comes from a Kotaku interview with Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata... - Tabata cannot find a Switch to purchase - he has already purchased multiple Switch games, but has no hardware to play them on - someone from...Show More Summary
Sitting at my gate at SEA-TAC waiting for my flight back to Chicago, I was thinking we posted so much so quickly from PAX this weekend that it's possible folks missed some of the games we covered. (It being a holiday weekend probably didn't help.) If you weren't paying attention over the weekend, here's a
Recently game director for Final Fantasy XV, Hajime Tabata, teased the release of Final Fantasy on the Nintendo Switch during a live-stream. A lot of people picked up on the news and were curious about what that could mean for Switch owners. Well, Tabata clarified that you...
Final Fantasy XV is going to have mod support on PC, but its director wants to keep things PG.
Formally announced only a week or so ago, Square Enix’s Final Fantasy XV can now be seen listed in the Windows Store. The game is only hitting general availability in 2018 however, so, for now, we can only gawp. Final Fantasy XV Windows...Show More Summary
Square Enix practically bet the farm on Final Fantasy XV. Before its release they diversified their portfolio with a film and multiple spinoffs, most of which seem to have paid off given that it sold five million copies on launch day. But...Show More Summary
The Final Fantasy XV team has been busy. Gone are the days where you ship a AAA game and be done with it -- now you have to optimize patches, free/paid content, and spinoffs. Final Fantasy XV is busting out nearly every facet of that...Show More Summary
PAX West demo may not be indicative of final PC product. We sure hope not.
While Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition was stealing the show when it came to mobile stuff in the Square Enix booth at PAX, the upcoming King's Knight was nothing that we expected. It's basically a strange combination of a dungeon crawling hack and slash type game that got mashed up with a vertical shooter, complete
While Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition was stealing the show when it came to mobile stuff in the Square Enix booth at PAX, the upcoming Knight's Knight was nothing that we expected. It's basically a strange combination of a dungeon crawling hack and slash type game that got mashed up with a vertical shooter, complete