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Released in Japan on the original PlayStation console back in 1997, and the following year in North America, EinhÃ¤nder is one of Square’s (note: pre merger with Enix) few dalliances outside the genre they’re renown for – the RPG.
A kinetic and brutal side-scroller, EinhÃ¤nder quickly became popular with shooter fans for its fast action, stellar audio and the use of 2.5D by shifting camera angles and employing 3D graphics while maintaining the purity of a 2D side-scroller.
With Final Fantasy (note: no roman numerals here) appearing on the Japanese Store a couple of weeks ago, and its spritely sequel popping up yesterday, it would appear that Square Enix plan on releasing as many of the classic Final Fantasy games as possible on the PSN.
Final Fantasy XIV was announced at the E3 Sony Press Conference alongside a great trailer. We have managed to get said trailer and even some screens of the game. With the news that this game will be out in 2010 still echoing in the conference hall, we have just one question: Why are you not ogling that sweet, sweet footage yet?
With April 16th literally around the corner, Japan is about to go Final Fantasy bananas when the Final Fantasy VII Advent Children Complete Blu-ray release unleashes the FFXIII playable demo.
Japan’s other popular gaming magazine, Dengeki (which means ‘electric shock’ in Japanese by the way), sat down with Final Fantasy XIII’s Yoshinori Kitase and Motomu Toriyama, producer and director respectively, for a revealing chinwag and see how things are progressing in the land of all things Fantasy.
SEGA’s successes go from strength to strength. Next up is eagerly anticipated “Devil May Cry In A Dress” Bayonetta from DMC auteur Hideki Kamiya.
SEGA have shared some new screenshots with us so we’re now sharing them with you.
I might be going nuts, but I swear that I saw helghast in the FFXIII trailer released today. Have a look at the trailer and then hit the jump for my argument. Pass my meds while you’re at it…
Hours that is. We all know how addicting countdowns can be and the one for the new Final Fantasy XIII trailer is no exception. The website for the game has a countdown that is currently around 11 hours. When that time comes around, I’m sure there will be massive panic across the world as the site crashes due to enormous amounts of traffic.
It has begun. Final Fantasy sites start popping up like wild mushrooms. And they’re just as tasty (and may cause psychotropic delusion). Check out the article for links to the new North American version, a European offering and even the Japanese sites for those that are down with the nihongo ga.
There’s something Christmasy about surveys. Whether it’s being accosted on the street by a clipboard wielding lunatic decked out in an elf costume or listing off your new wares to anyone who’ll listen, we love …