Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Live Broadcast Event Announced OCTOBER 20TH, 2017 BY RAPTORCHAN
Final Fantasy XIV’s All Saints’ Wake to arrive on October 19OCTOBER 17TH, 2017 BY KAZUMA
The Bizarrely Executed First Two Chapters of Final Fantasy XIIIOCTOBER 13TH, 2017 BY ANDY
Final Fantasy IX: Still the Best Celebration of the Series to Date OCTOBER 12TH, 2017 BY TIM WILLERS
Final Fantasy III’s Cloud of Darkness is the latest to join Dissidia: Final Fantasy’s rosterOCTOBER 3RD, 2017 BY KAZUMA
Final Fantasy XIV Releases New Information and Screenshots for Patch 4.1: The Legend ReturnsSEPTEMBER 28TH, 2017 BY KAZUMA
New Character Artwork and Screenshots Released for the Secret of Mana RemakeSEPTEMBER 26TH, 2017 BY RAPTORCHAN
Final Fantasy XV’s Episode Ignis to Arrive December 2017SEPTEMBER 23RD, 2017 BY KAZUMA
Eorzean Symphony: Final Fantasy XIV Orchestral Full Arrangement Album [Blu-Ray] Now Available for Pre-orderSEPTEMBER 25TH, 2017 BY RAPTORCHAN
Noctis Joins Dissidia Final Fantasy NTSEPTEMBER 19TH, 2017 BY KAZUMA
Final Fantasy Explorers-Force Reveal Trailer and Pre-Registration SEPTEMBER 9TH, 2017 BY KAZUMA
Final Fantasy VIII’s Ultimecia is the latest to join Dissidia: Final Fantasy’s rosterSEPTEMBER 5TH, 2017 BY KAZUMA
Order Now: The Art & Design of Final Fantasy XV artbookSEPTEMBER 1ST, 2017 BY CHELSI
Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Arrives on January 30th, Ultimated Collector’s Edition Unveiled AUGUST 18TH, 2017 BY CHELSI
Distant Worlds IV - Dalmasca Estersand from Final Fantasy XII
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Posts Tagged ‘Reviews’

Final Fantasy XIV: Dad of Light – A Spoiler Free Review

Tuesday, October 24th, 2017
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The sweet, emotional moments between a father and son, often coupled with the beautiful music from Final Fantasy XIV, tugs pretty hard at the heartstrings. The series is equal parts heartwarming joy and soul squeezing sad, and can quickly flip flop between the two without warning.

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Final Fantasy IX: Still the Best Celebration of the Series to Date

Thursday, October 12th, 2017
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Final Fantasy IX is one of the most critically acclaimed entries in the series to date and is often praised for its charm, art direction, characters and soundtrack. Revisiting it today is as much a pleasure now, if not more so, than playing it back in 2000.

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Final Fantasy VI Retrospective Review

Friday, September 29th, 2017
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Nintendo released the SNES Classic Mini this week, and it’s thanks to this little box of nostalgia that people around the world will experience dozens of critically-acclaimed SNES titles for the first time ever – including Final Fantasy VI.

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REVIEW: World of Final Fantasy – An adorable and fun love letter to Final Fantasy

Tuesday, October 25th, 2016
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The past few years have brought many Final Fantasy fans numerous love letters to the almost 30-year old franchise thanks to titles like Final Fantasy Record Keeper, Mobius Final Fantasy, and Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy. As we wind closer to the release of Final Fantasy XV, Square Enix has one more of these love letters to […]

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REVIEW: Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward

Tuesday, June 30th, 2015
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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 […]

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REVIEW: Final Fantasy Type-0 HD

Monday, March 16th, 2015
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After a nearly forty hour play through of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, I find it telling that my first instinct is to jump right into new game plus. The fact that it can successfully combine all the elements of a Final Fantasy title – a world map, airships, summons, and magic – with an action-based […]

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REVIEW: Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call

Wednesday, September 24th, 2014
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If you ask me, the most prominent legacy the Final Fantasy series owns is its incredible music. There’s a lot of it too, spread over twenty-six years and a near dozen talented composers (including many more arrangers and performers) with their own unique style. It helps color the worlds as vividly as gorgeous pre-rendered backgrounds, […]

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REVIEW: Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster

Wednesday, March 12th, 2014
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Final Fantasy X was the game I bought my PlayStation 2 for way back in the day, mowing lawns during the summer in high school before I had any real part-time job. One of my more embarrassing recollections is spending an hour or two playing a PS2 demo unit featuring the game until, after a […]

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