Square Enix has tons of high-quality merchandise available through its Play Arts Kai line of collectibles, but this one may be the most gifted.
After it’s promising start on day one, Square Enix has announced Final Fantasy XV’s sales to date.
From its opening moments, Final Fantasy XV is a game that is completely built upon the bond of its four protagonists. The game drops players into a relationship that has been seasoned and seared over many years and experiences. While supplemental material, namely the Brotherhood anime, fleshes out the individual characters and their relationships with … Continue reading Final Fantasy XV and the power of friendship
Having never played any numbered Final Fantasy game in over 15 years (yes I’m old), I was curious by the new world created with Final Fantasy XV. The delays, hyper negative pre-critiques, and overall sourness towards this game never bothered me. Sure, it looked cool and promised an incredible experience, but would that be enough … Continue reading Final Fantasy XV Impressions – NYCC 2016
BROS BEFORE FOES After reviewing Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV, I find myself craving more ways to experience the world Square Enix has built for Final Fantasy XV ahead of its release. But what else is there? Wait. There’s an ANIME?! There we go!
Want something a little bit more sexy than the basic and kinda ugly PlayStation 4 slim? Well good news, Sony has announced that the PlayStation 4 Final Fantasy XV Luna Edition (previously only announced for Japan) is coming to North America and Europe as well.
FOR HEARTH AND HOME Final Fantasy XV (FFXV) is nearly upon us, promising a massive world, lovable characters, and intense battles. While I’ve refrained from peeking at too many videos and previews for this hotly anticipated game, its feature-length Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV animated prequel was much too tempting to ignore. So, how is … Continue reading Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV Review
Fanboys assemble: Square Enix has revealed Final Fantasy XV will run ever so slightly better on the PlayStation 4 compared to the Xbox One version.
Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata has revealed some interesting new details about the upcoming Square Enix RPG.
After announcing the release date for Final Fantasy XV back in March, Square Enix has decided to delay the game. To go along with this news Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata released a video explaining the delay.