The trailer unveiled at the Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV panel at San Diego Comic Con earlier today has been released.

Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV will be released across select theaters in the US on August 19th. It will be available for digital download on August 30th and on Blu-ray and DVD on October 4th.



Square Enix held a Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV panel at the San Diego Comic Con on July 23. The panel featured Takashi Nozue, the Director; Dan Inoue, the Lead Writer; Liam Mulvey and Andrea Tivadar, the voice and motion capture actors for Libertus and Crowe; and Mat Kishimoto, the Square Enix US Product Manager.

While it has been known for a while that Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV will be out in select theaters across the United States on August 19th, Square Enix has revealed that it will be available for digital download on August 30th and on Blu-ray and DVD on October 4th. It is included in the Deluxe Edition and Ultimate Collector’s Edition of the game, which will be released on September 30th.

Additionally, the movie’s Blu-ray boxart has been revealed along with a list of the current US theaters in which it will be shown. Don’t worry at the short list; Square Enix reassures that there will be more theaters added to the list in the future. Check those out below.


Not much is known about A King’s Tale: Final Fantasy XV. It was announced during Square Enix Presents during E3 2016 and is a homage to old school video games.

Today Square Enix released the first trailer for the upcoming game. The extra is a preorder bonus from exclusive retailers (Gamestop in North America, Game.co.uk in the United Kingdom, EB Games in Australia).

Square Enix also released a description of the game:

Taking place in a fictitious 30 years before FINAL FANTASY XV, this game features retro-style inspired graphics centered around a fast-paced combat system with influences from modern gaming. The in-depth combat system blends intense attacks, devastating magic, mighty summons and unique companion attacks into a singular gaming experience through three diverse locations in the world of FINAL FANTASY XV.

Restless before bed young Noctis asks his father, King Regis, to tell a fairy tale full of fantasy and adventure instead of just another generic bedtime story. Regis begins with a peaceful day being disrupted when monsters raid the royal capital, Insomnia. Young Regis, joined by Weskham, starts his adventure from the royal capital. Eventually they are joined by friends Cid and Clarus, where they travel to the plains of Duscae only to discover a mysterious cave where their enemy resides. Throughout the tall tale, King Regis and Noctis interject their own commentary, adding depth and perspective to the story itself.


World of Final Fantasy has captured the hearts of many since it’s unveiling at E3 2015. For what is shaping up to be one of Square Enix’s busiest years, the title will release shortly after Final Fantasy XV graces Playstation 4 and Xbox One consoles world wide. Releasing October 25th in North America and October 28th in Europe, Square Enix welcome you to the world of Grymoire with their latest trailer!

There are three editions of the game that will be available at launch.

Collector’s Edition
● Presented as a physical pop-up book, WORLD OF FINAL FANTASY comes to life through striking 3D paper cutouts. As the pop-up book is opened, fantastic physical content concealed in the book is revealed, including:
○ Physical game disc
○ A special 80-page hardback artbook showing off the fresh toy-like visuals
○ The original soundtrack of the game’s enchanting score
○ A set of three mini-figurines including the legendary Cloud, Lightning and Squall
○ Extra digital content, including White Chocobo®, Glow Moogle and Red Bonnetberry mirages, a Sephiroth summon and a Japanese voice-over option add-on
● Available exclusively through the Square Enix Online Store for $119.99 USD

Limited Edition
● Unique packaging including the physical game disc plus a 24-page artbook
● Extra digital content, including White Chocobo, Glow Moogle and Red Bonnetberry mirages, a Sephiroth summon and a Japanese voice-over option add-on
● Available at select retailers for $59.99 USD

Day One Edition
● Physical game disc
● Extra digital content, including White Chocobo, Glow Moogle and Red Bonnetberry Mirages, a Sephiroth summon and a Japanese voice-over option add-on
● Available at all retailers for $59.99 USD





Square Enix has announced that Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV has garnered 105,611,860 yen, which is almost $1 million USD in sales since its premiere on July 9. The movie has brought in approximately 70,133 fans and viewers across 44 theaters in Japan, with the numbers still rising.

Famitsu has also shared that fans who go to the theaters and watch the movie from July 23 will be gifted a set of cards that feature Nyx Ulric, the movie’s protagonist; King Regis Lucis Caelum, the king of Lucis and Noctis’ father; and Glauca, the mysterious leader of the Niflheim Empire’s Magitek Infantry.

Square Enix will have a panel on the movie at the San Diego Comic Con on Saturday, July 23. Fans can anticipate new behind-the-scenes footage, the debut of a new movie trailer, and a talk on the franchise from the perspective of the movie’s development team and cast. More information on the panel, its panelists and other panels Square Enix will have at Comic Con can be found here.

Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV will make its premiere in select theaters across the United States on August 19. It is slated for a worldwide release in September.



Nintendo is bringing back the 80s with their newly announced Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) which will launch on November 11th 2016 for $59.99 USD. This mini replica of the original NES can be plugged right into your HDTV and will bring back 30 fan favorite games including the original Final Fantasy.

The Nintendo Classic Mini: Nintendo Entertainment System comes packed with an HDMI cable, a USB cable for powering the system, and one Nintendo Classic Mini: NES Controller. An AC Adaptor is required to power the system, but is not included with with the Nintendo Classic Mini: NES and must be purchased separately.

Gamers can also purchase a second Nintendo Classic Mini: NES Controller ($9.99 USD) for two-player games and can be used to play Virtual Console NES games on a Wii U or Wii console, or a Classic Controller/Classic Controller Pro can be attached to the Nintendo Classic Mini: NES to play any of the 30 games on the console.
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Square Enix has announced this morning that Mobius Final Fantasy will launch on mobile devices next month on August 3rd. This brand new Final Fantasy title offers fans a completely brand new RPG adventure with deep character customization and HD graphics that push the boundaries of the mobile platform.

Written by Kazushige Nojima (Final Fantasy VII, Kingdom Hearts) and produced by Yoshinori Kitase (Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy X), Mobius Final Fantasy introduces the story of a young man who wakes up in a world called Palamecia with no memories of his past. He is called upon to become a hero of Palamecia and uncover a mystery surrounding the prophecy of the legendary warrior of light meant to save the world.

Mobius Final Fantasy is free-to-play on  iPhone, iPad, and Android devices. Pre-registration for Mobius Final Fantasy begins today on the official registration website where fans can receive Final Fantasy X-themed items like Tidus’ sword, a Yuna character card, and other rewards to help players advance through the game.

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The long awaited mobile game, Final Fantasy Brave Exvius, is now available on iOS and Android devices world wide! Square Enix released a press release detailing its various features:

The free-to-play app (with in-app purchases) fuses the epic features of all FINAL FANTASY titles, including captivating story, strategic turn-based gameplay and the legendary conflict between heroes and foes with modern streamlined battle mechanics and intuitive touch controls. Appealing for both newcomers and long-time fans alike, the game has already found resounding success in Japan, with more than 6.5 million players.

This version includes the following:

– New items and daily quests
– High-definition graphic support for tablet devices
– Achievements and Leaderboards
– Game balance refinements based on the Japanese version
– Facebook Login Integration
– Two types of bundles for purchase:
– “Early Bird Bundle” (a one-time purchase at $3.99) will be available at for beginners who wish to grow their characters at a faster pace

Other bundles available regularly for purchase for players to obtain characters and items quicker
Adventurers begin their quest for a highly-coveted crystal, shortly meeting two knights from Grandshelt, and a young girl. With special appearances by classic FINAL FANTASY characters like Cecil, Vivi and Terra, players adventure through fields and dungeons discovering items, collecting gil, uncovering hidden paths, and unlocking high-quality CG-animated summons.

Players can download the game through the through the following links:

App Store
Google Play

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A few months ago, Adventures of Mana released on smartphone devices in the west but many fans of the series wondered what happened to the Vita version that was included with the Japanese release just a month prior. There seemed to be no plans for a Vita release in North America or Europe, but the development team announced that they would look into the possibility of it happening.

As a surprise to fans in order to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Mana series, Square Enix announced that Adventures of Mana would be releasing on PlayStation Vita today.

This remastered version provides enhanced visuals, revamped menus, and a rearranged soundtrack from the game’s original composer. The background music for the original Game Boy version of Final Fantasy Adventure will be available on all platforms.

Fans can purchase the game digitally for $13.99 from the PlayStation Store right now and dive back into this timeless and epic story about protecting the sacred life-giving Mana Tree from the powerful Dark Lord of Glaive.

The mobile versions of Adventures of Mana and Secret of Mana will be available at a discounted rate on iOS and Android as a part of the 25th anniversary celebrations.

Brand new Final Fantasy XV screenshots

June 24th, 2016 by Arielle Haddad


Yesterday, 4Gamer released 32 brand new screenshots for Final Fantasy XV showing off the massive boss battle against Titan that was demoed at E3 2016 along with a look at some quests and combat against monsters. Check out all of the screenshots below.

Final Fantasy XV releases September 30th worldwide on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.