Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward – Review

June 30th, 2015 by Josh Lanxner


When you heard somebody talking about Final Fantasy XIV a few years back, you generally only heard negative things. After all, the first iteration of the game, or 1.0 as it is called nowadays, was a deeply flawed game. So flawed that a new team of developers led by Naoki Yoshida took over and eventually shut it down to be replaced with with A Realm Reborn (2.0), an almost complete rebuild. The game has been extremely successful since then, and with any successful MMORPG, expansions are imminent. Fast forward to now, almost two years since 2.0’s release, and the game’s first one: Heavensward (3.0) is out in the wild. Will this expansion send Final Fantasy XIV’s popularity toward the heavens? Or will it fall back to Earth (or Eorzea)? You’ll just have to click “Read More” to find out…

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Seiken Densetsu: Final Fantasy Gaiden

A brand new Seiken Densetsu: Final Fantasy Gaiden, better known as Final Fantasy Adventure in North America and Mystic Quest in Europe, is currently in development by Square Enix.

This new title was revealed at the end of a trailer announcing a tie-in between the original Seiken Densetsu: Final Fantasy Gaiden and Rise of Mana on iOS and Android devices. Details about the upcoming title remain unknown at this time.

Source: Gematsu

Final Fantasy VII in June 25th Famitsu!

June 24th, 2015 by Will


Along with Kingdom Hearts 3 and World of Final Fantasy, the Final Fantasy VII Remake was also featured in the latest Famitsu magazine. We’ll have translated scans for you soon!

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World of Final Fantasy Famitsu Scans!

June 24th, 2015 by Will


The latest Famitsu Weekly released today which features a large interview with the Director of World of Final Fantasy, Hiroki Chiba. These scans will be translated soon!

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Square Enix has revealed that the PC-to-PS4 port of Final Fantasy VII will be releasing Octover 16th 2015 in North America and Europe for $15.99/£12.99/€15.99.

The PC-to-PS4 port was first announced late last year during the first-ever PlayStation Experience for a Spring 2015 release, but was delayed to this Winter while an iOS version of Final Fantasy VII will be releasing this Summer.

Update: Square Enix has told GameInformer that the release date on their website was incorrect and the official date for the PS4 port has not been officially announced.

Source: Nova Crystallis



Japanese media website Degenki interviewed Tetsuya Nomura about Final Fantasy VII Remake [Title Pending] and Kingdom Hearts 3. The lovely translator Goldpanner has given us the translation of the interview, which you can read below!

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New Details about World of Final Fantasy

June 17th, 2015 by Josh Lanxner


Remember that other title Square Enix unveiled during Sony’s Monday night E3 press conference? You know, the one that’s not the Final Fantasy VII Remake for PlayStation 4? Well we’ve got some more info about that other game, World of Final Fantasy.

In WoFF, you play as two siblings who, throughout the game will collect, raise and battle with various monsters from the Final Fantasy series, including cactuars, chocobos and behemoths. The game will use classic RPG elements coupled with the toy-like visuals, creating an experience that caters both to newcomers and series veterans. A new feature coming to the game is referred to simply as “stacking.” Through stacking, the player can adjust the siblings’ sizes to fit gameplay situations, something you see on display in the new batch of screenshots posted below.

World of Final Fantasy is releasing on PlayStation 4 and Playstation Vita in 2016.

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FINAL FANTASY XIV: Heavensward is just days away, with early access beginning this friday, May 19th and the full game releasing that next Tuesday, May 23rd and Square Enix wants to make sure you know that, releasing an action-packed launch trailer for the expansion just after their E3 2015 press conference.

The trailer features your character and company taking their first steps into Ishgard, as well as giving some more insight into the conflicts you’ll face upon arrival. Also featured are the new Limit Breaks that are exclusive to each class.

Preloading of the game begins tomorrow on PlayStation Network, and the game will go down on Thursday at 2:00am PDT for maintenance in preparation for the expansion’s release 24 hours later. If you haven’t entered your early access code for the game yet, make sure you do so on the game’s preorder website, prior to Friday. See you in Ishgard, Warriors of Light!




Riding on the heels of last night’s announcement of a Final Fantasy VII remake (we’re still in awe ourselves), today’s E3 2015 conference for Square Enix brought us more developments for the PC to PlayStation 4 port of the game. If you recall, this iteration of the game was announced at the PlayStation Experience event earlier this year to luke-warm reception, mostly due to­­— well, that doesn’t matter now, does it?

After replaying last night’s trailer, Shinji Hashimoto, executive producer of the KINGDOM HEARTS series, took the stage to announce that the PC version of the game will be arriving on iOS devices this summer and PlayStation 4 this Winter. That’ll give fans both old and new two new ways to experience the adventures of Cloud and company before the eventual release of the remake.

Watch the trailer for the PC to PS4 port below:

World of Final Fantasy Announced at E3 2015

June 15th, 2015 by Arielle Haddad


Square Enix has revealed World of Final Fantasy, their upcoming Final Fantasy title at Sony’s E3 2015 Briefing with character designs by Tetsuya Nomura. World of Final Fantasy will release in 2016 on Playstation 4 and Playstation Vita.