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It looks like some trouble is brewing in the creative department of the latest Final Fantasy game. Apparently the main character's outfit was just way too sexy for some people. In fact, the outfit was so sexy that Square had to change it.
Did you have a chance to play the Final Fantasy XV demo and have a few thoughts about your experience that you would like to share with the developers? Well, you're in luck, as Square Enix today opened up a feedback survey, perfect for voicing your opinion about the upcoming game.
Final Fantasy fans might want to power up their mobile devices today and get to battling the forces of chaos as Final Fantasy: Record Keeper finally arrives on both iOS and Android here in North America.
Square Enix is making a change to one of their older Final Fantasy titles: they're shutting down Final Fantasy XI on the PS2 and the Xbox 360, and they're bringing the game to mobile devices.
How much would you pay to play a demo? If your answer was, “About half what the full game will actually cost” and you have an itch to check out Final Fantasy XV, then you’re in luck! Because that’s exactly what people are paying on eBay right this very minute.
The Square Enix buzz train keeps on rolling, this time fueled by a comment from company President Yosuke Matsuda who teased a new JRPG being announced for consoles sometime this year.
Square surprised everyone by having the whole game overhauled for the Xbox One and PS4 and released it in the West, and then they tossed in a demo of Final Fantasy 15 for extra brownie points.
Let the games begin! The latest update for Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn has gone live and, amidst the usual assortment of tweaks, added missions and new content is the highly anticipated inclusion of the Manderville Gold Saucer.
More than 40 minutes of gameplay have been made available for public viewing of Final Fantasy XV. The video features some of the day and night time gameplay, the camping, the combat, the weapon micromanagement and some of the open-world monsters players can fight.
Square Enix made its latest in a long line of questionable moves over the weekend, giving up hope that the developer will ever be able to fix the iOS version of its popular touch-controlled RPG/Action game, The World Ends With You: Solo Remix, and instead opting to simply pull it from the mobile platform altogether.
Square Enix is opening up their cache of IP to independent developers to take to Kickstarter so that gamers can fund the games and then Square can publish them. The move has already garnered tons of feedback, and Square is now moving ahead with allowing indie devs to resurrect a few more old intellectual properties from their vault.
Square Enix has decided to offer another pay-what-you-want bundle of their PC games. Humble Square Enix Bundle 2 offers eight games for cheap now with more on the way in the near future.
It’s crazy when a demo that’s included on the disc for another game is more newsworthy than the game itself, but that seems to be the case with the highly anticipated preview of Final Fantasy XV, which is slated to launch alongside the console release of Final Fantasy Type-0. And for those who want to know more about what they’ll experience during the test drive, Square Enix has finally revealed a few new details worth checking out.
One dedicated fan of Square Enix's Final Fantasy VII has gone the extra mile and recreated Midgar... on top of their old PlayStation console. Yes, Midgar has been rebuilt and recreated on top of an actual PlayStation One console.
Square Enix wants to make sure you’ve had another opportunity to play all of their recent games, including six last gen titles that should cure your itchy trigger finger, thirst for stealth and love of explosions. You’ll be able to enjoy all of that and more as a pair of “Triple Packs” make their way to retail, including a trio of games focused on stealth and another trio with a heavier emphasis on action.