Not Just Another World
For many, the wait for Final Fantasy XV’s approaching release has been torturous. Many of today’s gamers consider themselves fans of the Final Fantasy franchise, and part of that feeling comes from a shared sentiment for the series’ beloved characters and storylines. Well, I’m here to tell you that not only has a new game in the Final Fantasy universe already released, but it has finally brought together the many characters from each of the franchise’s many installments, culminating in an adorable, tactical monster-collectathon.
Continue reading World of Final Fantasy Review
After spending some time with the World of Final Fantasy Dungeon Demo now available on the PlayStation Store, we are ready to share with you a few of our early impressions of Square Enix’s newest Final Fantasy game.
Continue reading World of Final Fantasy First Impressions
Like many of you, Middle of Nowhere Gaming is anticipating the debut of World of Final Fantasy (WoFF) with breath so heavy, it might be mistaken as a Chocobo in heat. Here are a few reasons why we’re ready to hop on board the train:
Continue reading 8 Reasons to be Pumped for World of Final Fantasy
Though there is no official confirmation yet, comments made at a recent Distant Worlds event seem to indicate that a remaster of 2006’s Final Fantasy XII is in the works. Continue reading Rumor: Final Fantasy XII Remaster?
In 2002, streamlined video game achievement systems were first introduced and welcomed as the beginning of the newest innovations. Questions of a game’s trophy or achievement support feel age old (in fact, exclusive to a previous generation), so much so that today, we live with the expectation that our purchases will always supply those little indicators of success. Whether you’re the achievement fanatic or trophy contrarian, these imaginary awards are, more than ever, an unavoidable part of the entire gaming experience.
Continue reading Achievements: What We Need to Have Fun