Both Final Fantasy XV and Final Fantasy Type-0 looked impressive in motion during last week's Tokyo Game Show, but how about some still frames? Square Enix responded to the demand of more XV and Type-0 with a batch of screens you can see after the jump.
Just off the top of your head, how many Final Fantasy battle themes can you hum? What about main themes? Unforgettable music is one of the most enduring parts of the Final Fantasy franchise, and the Theatrhythm spin-off series returns to celebrate it all with Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call! Check out our full review after the jump!
As previously revealed, Final Fantasy Record Keeper targets the nostalgia of FF fans by letting them enter paintings of past Final Fantasy worlds to view sealed stories and relive some of the greatest battles. Yes, that includes the beloved Final Fantasy VII, which you can see making the transition from 3D to 2D in the trailer after the jump.
Square Enix has had no shortage of Final Fantasy related news throughout Tokyo Game Show, and another recent announcement has Final Fantasy Agito coming to PS Vita as Final Fantasy Agito+. The Vita port of the smartphone game is set to hit Japan on January 15, 2015. Teaser and more after the jump.
Another preview out of this week's Tokyo Game Show event has Final Fantasy Explorers showing off its various features, from Jobs to summons, Legend Characters, and more. See the latest peek at the 3DS action-RPG after the jump.
Final Fantasy VII G-Bike is bringing the Gold Saucer mini-game to iOS and Android, and Square Enix is previewing more of the obstacle-dodging action in a special Tokyo Game Show 2014 trailer after the jump.
We now know we can look forward to the Final Fantasy XV Episode Duscae demo when Final Fantasy Type-0 launches next March. There's more interesting news on the next game out of this week's Tokyo Game Show event, though, with Square Enix announcing that Tetsuya Nomura is no longer the director. Hit the jump for more.
Yesterday we posted a report saying that Final Fantasy Type-0 HD is coming to the west next March, and it looks like that was dead on. The HD version of the PSP original is set to hit PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in North America on March 17, 2015, followed by Europe on March 20. See the visual improvements after the jump.
Action-RPG Final Fantasy Explorers has plenty of nods to the series' history, so its first-print bonus is appropriate. Those who pick up early copies will get a product code that can be redeemed for a copy of the original Final Fantasy via the 3DS eShop. More after the jump.
Game Informer recently posted a report about an upcoming Final Fantasy XV demo, but the article has since been removed. According to the post, Square Enix is planning a downloadable demo for Final Fantasy XV for next year, and Final Fantasy Type-0 HD will come packing a voucher for said demo. Hit the jump for more.
Call it Typing of the Final Fantasy if you must, because Final Fantasy World Wide Words shares a similar key feature with Sega's zombie-blasting typing game. No, it's not the zombie part, but World Wide Words does have you battling enemies by typing the names of special attacks and magic spells. Hit the jump for a trailer.
Action-RPG Final Fantasy Explorers is one of the games Square Enix will have in playable form at this weekend's Tokyo Game Show, and Famitsu is swooping in early with a handful of fresh footage. The latest batch showcases single player, multiplayer, the central town of Libertas, and Jobs after the jump.