Final Fantasy
11 hours ago.
Final Fantasy Explorers Jump Festa 2015 Trailer
Square Enix has released a brand-new Final Fantasy Explorers trailer at Jump Festa today. Final Fantasy Explorers launched in Japan on December 18th. The trailer shows off various classes, summons & iconic Final Fantasy characters. Square Enix is yet to announce a Western release. Watch the trailer below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8egQIoaXtvk…
19 hours ago.
Final Fantasy Worldwide Words Jump Festa 2015 Trailer
Square Enix has released the Jump Festa 2015 trailer for Final Fantasy Worldwide Words today. Final Fantasy Worldwide Words is a free to play typing RPG for IOS/Andorid devices. Watch the trailer below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OWHn_vJeCo4…
3 days ago.
Square Enix reveals Mevius Final Fantasy for mobile devices
Square Enix has announced Mevius Final Fantasy, the latest spin-off from their big-budget series - and the game appears to be an interesting combination of mobile-based gaming with larger, more ambitious sensibilities more traditionally associated with console. While Square Enix has put out a number of ports of classic Final Fantasy games and smaller-scale FF projects on mobile, Mevius, revealed in Famitsu this week, is designed to be a traditional RPG for mobile that doesn't feel 'inferior' to a full console-based…
1 month ago.
Square Enix announces a handful of Final Fantasy smartphone titles for 2015
Square Enix has revealed their Final Fantasy smartphone ambitions with a trio of new titles announced at a media presentation in Japan yesterday. First on the list is Final Fantasy Legends: The Space-Time Crystal, which is a follow-up of sorts to Final Fantasy Legends (Final Fantasy Dimensions) featuring new characters Tomo and Emo from two different time periods who travel across history to save the world. The game's character design and art is being worked on by CyDesignation. Square Enix also…
1 month ago.
Final Fantasy Explorers screenshots show off new legacy characters, classes, more
Square Enix has updated the Final Fantasy Explorers official website, revealing new classes, trance cameos, and summon monsters. Engineers use a gun to attack from long range and have the ability to induce status effects. Red Mages are well-rounded fighters who can use physical attacks and many magic types. Bartz (FF5), Tidus (FF10), and Yuna (FF10-2) have been revealed to be available transformations for use with the Trance ability. Finally, series' classic summons Odin and Leviathan, as well as newcomer Amaterasu…
2 months ago.
Red Mage and Machinist jobs added to Final Fantasy Explorers
Final Fantasy Explorers adds a couple more job classes to its roster, along with new summoned beasts as revealed in this week's Jump Magazine. The sword and magic wielding Red Mage and quick-fire gun-using Machinist have been added as available job classes. Additionally, classic Final Fantasy summon Odin makes his appearance with Sleipnir along with newcomer Amaterasu who joins the likes of ifrit, Shiva, Ramuh, and Bahamut. Final Fantasy Explorers releases on December 18th in Japan. While Western localization has…
2 months ago.
Square Enix has filed for "MEVIUS FINAL FANTASY" Trademark
Square Enix has filed for "MEVIUS FINAL FANTASY" trademark in Europe. It was filed on 3rd of Oct, 2014, and is under examination. It is currently not known if this is an iOS, handheld or a console game. We'll keep you guys posted as soon as we find out more. …
2 months ago.
Celebrate the music of Final Fantasy, Kingdom Hearts and more with the Video Games Orchestra
Fans of video game music no doubt know of the many concerts on tour today. From Distant World to Video Games Live, game music has been presented on the public stage for years now, often endorsed by the original game publisher or composers themselves, and changing the way we view game music as a medium. To that end, the Video Games Orchestra has risen in recent times to put a modern twist on many of the themes we know and…
3 months ago.
Final Fantasy Explorers TGS 2014 trailer
Square Enix has released their Tokyo Game Show trailer for Final Fantasy Explorers, the action RPG heading to 3DS in Japan this December. The trailer shows a bit of the various job classes and classic Final Fantasy summons such as Shiva, along with four player combat and the recently announced Trance system "Legend Characters" from previous FF titles such as Cloud, Tina, Squall and Lightning. …
3 months ago.
Squall, Tina (Terra) and Lightning to appear in Final Fantasy Explorers
Cloud won't be the only familiar Final Fantasy series face to join you in Final Fantasy Explorers. Square Enix has revealed that Tina/Terra (Final Fantasy VI), Squall (Final Fantasy VIII), and Lightning (Final Fantasy XIII) will also have the ability to fight by your side, if only temporarily. Using a system called Trance you'll be able to transform into one of these Legend Characters to face enemies in battle. Each Legend Character will have their own unique abilities in addition…
3 months ago.
Launch copies of Final Fantasy Explorers bundled with the original Final Fantasy for 3DS
First run copies of Final Fantasy Explorers will receive a voucher to download the original Final Fantasy from the 3DS eShop, Square Enix revealed today. Due out on December 18th, Final Fantasy Explorers is also set to receive a demo in the coming weeks leading up to release. Titled "Final Fantasy Explorers Light," the demo will allow players to experience the beginning of the game in both single and online multiplayer modes. A release for said demo was not announced.…
3 months ago.
First look at Final Fantasy Worldwide Words
Our first look at Square Enix's Typing RPG, Final Fantasy Worldwide Words has been posted online. While short, it's easy to see the visual style shared by the Theatrhythm Final Fantasy series has been mirrored here, and players play the game by typing out words corresponding the various Final Fantasy themes. Input said word and your characters will attack a variety of normal and boss enemies. Of course, you'll also be able to customize your group and level up as…
3 months ago.
Final Fantasy World Wide Words announced for mobile
The latest Final Fantasy spin-off heading to mobile platforms is called Final Fantasy: World Wide Words, Famitsu reveals this week. According to the magazine, Square Enix is preparing a "text-input battle RPG" where players will take on enemies by using the power of words that appear on screen. The game is set to feature a large variety of characters and references from the Final Fantasy series, seen in the same style both Theatrhythm games made use of. The RPG side…
3 months ago.
Final Fantasy Explorers gets an Ultimate Box special edition, new screenshots
Following last week's update for the Hunter and Paladin, two more classes have been revealed for Final Fantasy Explorers. Both the Ninja class and Time Mage are playable. In addition, two more classic summon monsters that players can face have also been revealed. First up is classic lightning god Ramuh, and second is the monstrous wolf Fenrir. Finally, Square Enix has announced an Ultimate Box collector's edition in Japan. Priced at 14,040 yen, the ultimate box comes with a 3DSLL cover…
3 months ago.
Final Fantasy Explorers dated for Japan, new job classes revealed
Final Fantasy Explorers will be arriving in Japan on December 18th, according to a leak from this week's Jump Magazine. Slated for the Nintendo 3DS, this action RPG combines the classic Final Fantasy job system with multiplayer, exploration and combat. The magazine also revealed two additional player classes, Time Mage and Ninja. Square Enix has also released a couple of videos detailing the Knight, Monk and Black Mage classes in the game. The Knight uses a sword, shield, and heavy armor,…
4 months ago.
Square Enix game sale on North American PSN this week
A large collection of classic and recent Square Enix titles are on sale through the PlayStation Store this week, offering up some great discounts for games that are rarely offered at a cheaper price. Aside from Final Fantasy, both Chrono series games and Crystal Defenders join fairly recent releases such as Lightning Returns and Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD. Check out the full list here: Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy (PSP) – $9.99 Dissidia: Final Fantasy (PSP) – $9.99 Final Fantasy III (PSP) –…
4 months ago.
Select Android Final Fantasy titles on sale starting today
Several mobile Final Fantasy titles found on the Android Google Play will be going on sale within the next few weeks, Square Enix has announced. Starting today, both Final Fantasy III and Final Fantasy IV will be available for $7.99 each through July 30th. Then, starting from July 31st through August 6th, Final Fantasy V will be discounted with Final Fantasy IV: The After Years and Final Fantasy VI to follow from August 7th through August 18th. More details and…
6 months ago.
More Final Fantasy Explorers screenshots
The official website for Final Fantasy Explorers has updated with new screenshots for the initial four classes. Additionally, this week's Famitsu magazine provided some early details on the game. Gameplay is action based somewhat in the vein of the Monster Hunter series, and will support both local and internet multiplayer. Many jobs from classic Final Fantasy games will return, such as dragoon, ninja, and bard. There is also a mechanic were you can recruit monster enemies to fight alongside your characters. Final…
6 months ago.
Final Fantasy Explorers website opens with first screenshots
Square Enix has opened the official website for Final Fantasy Explorers today, offering up a look at the new action RPG coming to the Nintendo 3DS. FF Explorers is taking a more traditional approach to the series by focusing on various jobs such as Knight, Monk, Black Mage and White Mage. Players will be able to battle together in four-player multiplayer against classic Final Fantasy summons such as Ifrit and Bahamut. …
6 months ago.
Final Fantasy VII G Bike doesn't affect the story of the Compilation
The newly announced and free-to-play mobile title set in the Final Fantasy VII universe has been confirmed to apparently have "no bearing on the canon". The producer for the game, Ichirou Hazama, stressed that although he would like players to consider it as having occurred during the original Final Fantasy VII the game hasn't got a story and therefore doesn't necessarily need to fall anywhere along the timeline. It was also confirmed that the game is more about chasing down…