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  • Blog Post: Square Enix Orchestrating A Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call Demo

    Square Enix is giving players a chance at a dress rehearsal of sorts, with the news that a demo for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call is on its way. The download, which is available on the 3DS' eShop, lets would-be conductors/heroes a chance to try out a pair of tracks from the game, while unlocking... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy Creator Hironobu Sakaguchi Wants To Make A Ballet Game

    Yesterday, I had the chance to interview Final Fantasy creator Hironobu Sakaguchi about his new mobile game , Terra Battle. As he was demonstrating the game's swirling, graceful combat system, I asked him how long it took to refine it before he was happy. The answer was much more interesting than... More
  • Blog Post: 14-Day Free Trial Available Now For Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn

    If you're a PC gamer feeling the drought of gaming's summer months, Square Enix has just presented an opportunity for players to get acquainted with its hit Final Fantasy MMO. Starting today, players can download Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn free of charge for a 14-day free trial period... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy Creator Hironobu Sakaguchi To Unveil New Project

    At the upcoming Japan Expo in Paris, France, the legendary game designer Hironobu Sakaguchi will be showing off a surprise new project. Sakaguchi left Square in 2001 and formed a new studio named Mistwalker. At Mistwalker, he's overseen the development of the excellent RPGs Lost Odyssey, Blue Dragon... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy Type-0 Coming To PS4, Xbox One

    Originally unveiled as the mobile title Final Fantasy Agito XIII (before its name change ), Final Fantasy Type-0 only saw release in Japan when it was finished in 2011. Despite pleas from series fans, Square Enix never brought the game to the U.S. – probably due to the PSP's flagging support... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy III Is Now On Steam

    Final Fantasy III (Not to be confused with Final Fantasy VI) is now available on Steam. While the title has been available on a variety of platforms including iOS since its 1990 debut, it holds a special place in the series for being the first numbered title that featuring the job-change system. Job... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy III Making Its Way To PC

    After making stops on platforms including Windows Phones and Ouya , Square Enix is bringing its HD remake of Final Fantasy III to PC. The Steam page for the game isn't providing a release date, but it does say that the game will include trading cards and achievements. It also promises upgraded graphics... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Website Inserts Thief's Garrett Into Playable Final Fantasy [April Fools' Day]

    One nice part of Square Enix owning the Thief license is they can do fun stuff with it on days like today. If you go to the official Japanese Thief site , you will be taken to a Final Fantasy battle where you can only play as the "Master Thief" class, who has way lower HP than the other classes... More
  • Blog Post: FFXIV: Realm Reborn Director Blames Troublesome Initial Launch On Franchise Success, Graphical Focus

    Today at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn producer and director Naoki Yoshida shared some insight into why Final Fantasy XIV's original launch was such a failure. Yoshida noted how much success Square Enix had from Final Fantasy XI, making Square... More
  • Blog Post: Lightning May Return As A Guest In Future Final Fantasy Titles

    Lightning's story comes to an end in the recently released Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, but director Motomu Toriyama says this probably isn't the last we'll see of her. Speaking with Siliconera in Singapore where Toriyama was promoting the release of Lightning Returns, he said it... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy Crosses With Akira For An Amazing Temporary T-Shirt

    Today's Teefury shirt of the day combines Cloud and Final Fantasy VII with the iconic 1988 anime classic, Akira . Teefury has flirted with these nerdy crossovers before, combining seemingly disparate nerd culture icons ( like Link and Dr. Who ) into images that we can't believe we didn't... More
  • Blog Post: Cyber Monday T-Shirt Grab Bag Sale

    Many of you have probably been bargain-hunting all Thanksgiving weekend, but there are still great deals to be found. Today is Cyber Monday, the online shopping day of the year, and TeeFury is holding a particularly special sale. TeeFury has a grab bag sale every few months, offering T-shirts at reduced... More
  • Blog Post: Contra III: The Alien Wars Now Available On The Wii U eShop

    One of the 16-bit era's best co-op games is now available on the Wii U's virtual console. The typical Wii U Virtual Console pricing structure applies here: the game is $7.99, but if you purchased and downloaded the game for your Wii, then you will only have to pay $1.50 to upgrade to the Wii... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Holding Large Thanksgiving Sale For Its Games

    Square Enix is holding a huge sale on its website, featuring a huge majority of its library in both physical and digital download forms. Games like Hitman, Deus Ex, Just Cause, Risen, Sleeping Dogs, Star Ocean, Thief, Tomb Raider, Kingdom Hearts, and many others have all been marked down. Even older... More
  • Blog Post: Pick A Side In This Final Fantasy T-Shirt Contest

    Two beautiful Final Fantasy inspired designs are facing off right now on TeeFury, where they're competing to see which can sell the most t-shirts in 24 hours. The first is based on Final Fantasy IX and features the silhouettes of the main party inside a Moogle outline, as seen on the left in the... More
  • Blog Post: Sale On Final Fantasy IV For iOS Devices

    Normally $15.99, the iOS version of Final Fantasy IV is currently on sale for $7.99. The 50 percent price cut is a limited-time offer that ends November 12th. Four additional languages, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Korean, and Thai, are now available for download as well. The game’s sequel, Final... More
  • Blog Post: Square Has Considered An American-Developed Final Fantasy Game

    Lightning Returns' director says that Square Enix has discussed having one of the company's Eidos studios develop a Final Fantasy game. In an interview with OXM, Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII gameplay director Yuji Abe said, "Obviously, Square Enix bought out Eidos a number of years... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy V Hits Android Today

    After hitting iOS earlier this year , the fifth installment of Square Enix's Final Fantasy series is available on Android devices. Sporting revamped visuals over the original 16-bit title, Final Fantasy V is notable in the series for its entertaining job system. Your party members level up in various... More
  • Blog Post: The Crazy Sights Of TGS 2013: Day Three

    For the first day of the Tokyo Game Show 2013 , I gave you an overview of the show floor. On day two of the show , Kim Wallace channeled her JRPG fanaticism to deliver a more informed viewpoint on TGS titles that may be more obscure to U.S. gamers. Day three of TGS is open to the public, and with it... More
  • Blog Post: The Crazy Sights Of TGS 2013: Day Two

    We were back in action scouring the show floor of Tokyo Game Show on the second day, so you don't have to miss out on the party. Tim Turi took the lead on day one , but I got into some mischief on day two. I found Japanese games I hope get localized, tracked down Hatsune Miku, and found video game... More
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