Articles tagged with: Final Fantasy
Daniel Wolf of San Diego, Californian, individually and on behalf of all similarly affected users, has filed a class action lawsuit against Square Enix and Sony for selling copies of Final Fantasy XIII which allegedly caused their “PS3 consoles to freeze and become totally and permanently inoperable.” The plaintiff is seeking more than $5 million in compensation.
Final Fantasy IX is now available to download from the Japanese PlayStation Store.
We have never doubted Final Fantasy XIII’s credentials as an RPG, it’s never crossed our minds to do so. After all, the series it belongs to is widely regarded as one of the most influential in RPG history. But when you put Final Fantasy XIII under intense scrutiny, does it live up to its classification? Daniel Erickson, Writing Director of BioWare, has been telling Strategy Informer that it doesn’t.
Square Enix just announced that Final Fantasy IX will be re-released in North America.
Final Fantasy fanatics will be able to play Final Fantasy IX in two weeks.
It seems that someone has put a rocket up Square Enix – as they have announced that development on the PSN version of Final Fantasy IX is now complete.
That was so quick even Superman had to do a double take!
The new soundtrack for Final Fantasy XIII features unreleased music.
The digital download version of Distant Worlds II: More Music from Final Fantasy is now available! It’s absolute greatness.
Fans have been waiting for the arrival of the FFXIII costumes for quite some time. The wait is finally over.
There’s also a Monkey Island personal space in Europe, a Wireless Keypad giveaway in North America, and so much more!
Square Enix has brought up the topic of monsters when talking about Final Fantasy XIV – and it seems some familiar faces will be making a return.
Do we cheer or run away in terror?
Mutinies. Hardware wars. Dying consoles. Tax laws. A month in the games industry can cover a variety of headline-catching topics, but these should never steal the attention away from the true stars of the industry – the games.
It’s time to cue the Victory Fanfare. Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy IX is officially coming to the PSN!
Square Enix has just released the first gameplay video of Final Fantasy XIV in action.
Square Enix likes to torture its fans with vague tweets.
Final Fantasy XIII has received stinging criticism from certain quarters, leading some to believe that the world has moved on from its fixation with the legendary Japanese RPG series. This death knell, however, may have been sounded prematurely given the excellent sales figures for the latest instalment.
Last week we reported that producer Shinji Hashimoto was looking to see if gamers wanted FFIX on the PSN. The overwhelmingly positive response led to Hashimoto-san stating that he will be proposing the idea at the next Square Enix board meeting.
He has since announced that details will be revealed this Friday. Is it time to cue the Victory Fanfare yet?
Square Enix was smart to release some of the classic Final Fantasy games on the PSN. Final Fantasy VII and VIII have sold like hot baked goods so it’s only a matter of time before IX reappears.
Will it be sooner rather than later?
Final Fantasy XIII is the latest Role Playing Game developed by Square Enix. Every Final Fantasy title has generated tons of hype and this game is no exception. Not only is this the biggest RPG release of the year, but it’s easily one of the biggest releases of this generation.
Square Enix stripped away many of the genre’s foundations and the result is a more streamlined experience. This may or may not please fans that have grown accustomed to certain gameplay elements.
After waiting four long years for Square Enix to release the next entry in the Final Fantasy series, the game has finally arrived. Is Final Fantasy XIII all sugar and rainbows or is the game just a colossal disappointment?
Yoichi Wada, President and CEO of Square Enix, has said that the company will sit down and consider the possibility of a remake to the hugely popular Final Fantasy VII.