Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood expansion announced at Fan Fest 2016!
World of Final Fantasy demo now live on the PlayStation Store!
Watch the First Hour of Final Fantasy XV’s Latest Improved Version!

Final Fantasy XV is launching on Playstation 4 and Xbox One in just a little over a month. On November 29th, EB Games Australia will be releasing Final Fantasy XV themed t-shirts. There are three designs you can preorder: one based on the Regalia, one featuring a Chocobo Crossing sign, and another featuring the Lucis Crest. Each t-shirt will cost $25 AUD and are available in five Men sizes.


Regalia Shirt


Show your passion for Final Fantasy games in this great Regalia T-Shirt!
Small | Medium | Large | XL | XXL


Lucis Crest

If you are obsessed with all things Final Fantasy, you can’t go past this T-Shirt!
Small | Medium | Large | XL | XXL



If you are a fan of Final Fantasy games then this shirt is going to fit in well with your wardrobe!
Small | Medium | Large | XL | XXL

Final Fantasy XIV 3.45 Patch Coming Soon

October 20th, 2016 by Chelsi



A minor update is coming on November 1st  in Final Fantasy XIV expanding the experience in Palace of the Dead and prolonging the saga weapons of anima with new quests. More details can be read in The Lodestone.





Final Fantasy XV’s release is just around the corner, with only around a month left for waiting. The game promises an open and breathing world consisting of beautiful scenery and populous towns and environments full of life, which the players will encounter through the journey of Noctis and his friends.

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Polygon has published a video highlighting Final Fantasy XV’s first fifteen hours of gameplay, avoiding spoilers as much as possible. Polygon’s impressions consist of positive remarks about the game’s overall quality, claiming the game has proven itself to diminish various concerns regarding player expectations of the newest mainline title.

GameSpot on the other hand has published a similar video commenting on the game’s story, open-world environment, and combat.


In the third instalment of the ‘FINAL FANTASY XV: The English Voice Cast” series, the voice actors for the main characters reflect on what Final Fantasy means to them, what their favourite games in the series are, and more.
Ray Chase, voice of Noctis Lucis Caelum, proudly announces his favourite games in the series;

“My favourite Final Fantasy is a bit controversial. I enjoyed V, and I enjoyed VIII. Go ahead, take me on.”

He also revealed that, much like the characters in-game, the voice actors were able to be compatible, friend-wise.


Adam Croasdell, who voices Ignis Scientia, says the epic scale of Final Fantasy XV appeals to him;

“…it’s been a thrill to be a part of it and to discover and to sort of understand what it’s like creating the world of it”.

Darin De Paul reveals in the video that it was on his third callback for Ardyn Izunia that the auditions were for a Final Fantasy game;

“I didn’t know until I think my third callback that this was Final Fantasy, and I was just like ‘what!?'”

Amy Shiels, voice of Lunafreya Nox Fleuret, reflects on the first time it felt real when working on the game.

“My favourite, that sticks out to me, is one of the days an actor had brought in a magazine that had Final Fantasy XV on the front of it. It was the first time we saw something that was tangible, that we were thinking ‘This is real! It’s actually happening! We are not just in these little studios! It’s happening outside, guys!'”


Robbie Daymond, voice of Prompto Argentum, is a long-time Final Fantasy fan. He recalls fond memories of blowing on a Final Fantasy NES cartridge to get it to work.

What appeals to me most about Final Fantasy XV is the themes that are involved, and I think that is a huge part of Final Fantasy games.

Robbie explained his sentiments on these themes;

For me, this one is about a coming of age story wrapped up in fealty and brotherly love. That idea of brotherly love is something that the world could use a little bit of now.


Matthew Mercer, voice of Cor Leonis, gave his own interpretation of the themes of Final Fantasy XV.

Noctis’ journey and his path with his friends is one of loss, of acceptance, that the world is full of darkness, the world is full of evil. Even contesting with your own internal struggles, it’s coming from that naïve, youthful frustration, that things in the world are how they should be and then deciding to accept responsibility to make the changes to form the world to that vision of what you want it to be.

You can watch the full video below, which features more interviews with the cast of Final Fantasy XV.

Final Fantasy XV will launch on Playstation 4 and Xbox One on November 29th 2016.


Mobius Final Fantasy is a mobile game that launched in Japan on June 4th 2016 and World wide on August 3rd 2016. Announced today, the game will be making its way to Windows systems via Steam in Japan. It will be available on November 2016. No announcement has been made on whether or not it will be available on Steam in other regions.

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If you want to get a taste of World of Final Fantasy or you are still on the fence about purchasing it, a demo is now available on the PlayStation Store! The Dungeon Demo allows you to get a feel for the controls while meeting various Final Fantasy characters such as Warrior of Light, Vivi, Squall, and more!

You can download the demo for both Playstation 4 and Playstation Vita using the following links:

North America: Playstation 4 / Vita
Europe: Playstation 4 / Vita
Australia: Playstation 4 / Vita
Japan: Playstation 4 / Vita

World of Final Fantasy will be available in North America on October 25th, Japan on October 27th, and Australia on October 28th!


Square Enix announced the newest expansion for their highly-popular MMO game Final Fantasy XIV at Fan Fest 2016 in Los Vegas this past weekend, and have released over 30 new screenshots and concept art for Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood.

Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood will take players to Ala Mhigo as they try to regain control of the region from the Garlean Empire. The new expansion will include new jobs, an increased level cap up to level 70, new areas to explore, a revamped battle system, and all-new dungeons and raids.

More information about Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood will be shared at Tokyo Fan Festival on December 24-25 2016 and European Fan Festival in Frankfurt on February 18-19 2017.

Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood is slated for an early Summer 2017 release.

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World of Final Fantasy trophy list revealed

October 16th, 2016 by Arielle

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World of Final Fantasy is a little over a week away from releasing in North America on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita so it is not surprising that the trophy list for the game has finally been revealed on PSNProfiles.

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Square Enix announced during Final Fantasy XIV FanFest 2016 that a brand new expansion, Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood will be releasing early Summer 2017 on PC and PlayStation 4.

Square Enix also revealed that they will be ending support of the PlayStation 3 version of Final Fantasy XIV, stating that there has been a huge migration of users from PlayStation 3 to PlayStation 4. As a way to show appreciation to fans who have supported the PlayStation 3 version of Final Fantasy XIV, there will be a free PlayStation 4 upgrade campaign once support of the PlayStation 3 version officially ends.

Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood will explore Ala Mhigo as players try to regain control of the city-state from the Garlean Empire.

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