Square Enix has more Final Fantasy Type-0 HD and Final Fantasy XV to show off, so another live stream is set for October 31. Previously dubbed Final Fantasy Type-0 HD Flash Talk Show, the next broadcast switches over to Director Tabata's Active Time Report, and is scheduled for 8:00pm Japan Time. More after the jump.
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn players have plenty to look forward to. In addition to the upcoming Patch 2.4, Square Enix is cooking up the MMORPG's first major expansion, Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward. Hit the jump for a teaser and more.
If you've been looking for a way to enjoy Square Enix's Final Fantasy XV and Final Fantasy Type-0 presentation in English, a new version of the 50-minute video has you covered. Square Enix uploaded one with English subtitles, so now you can get the full details straight from the creators after the jump.
A couple more jobs have been unveiled for Final Fantasy Explorers, which hits Nintendo 3DS in Japan on December 18. According to Weekly Shonen Jump magazine, the latest job options to join the action-RPG are Red Mage and Machinist. Hit the jump for more.
Square Enix unleashed a new trailer for Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn's Patch 2.4, including a little over 8 minutes of footage. You can look forward to a peek at the battle against Shiva, the new Rogue class, some new adventures and dungeons, the Final Coil of Bahamut, and more in the Dreams of Ice preview after the jump.
Square Enix recently announced plans to release a Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn The Art of Eorzea - Another Dawn - art book, and it's making its debut soon. The book will go on sale at the Final Fantasy XIV Fan Festival in Las Vegas, which takes place October 17-19 at the Rio Hotel and Casino. More after the jump.
The latest episode of Man at Arms: Reforged—the Man at Arms spin-off on the AWE Me Channel that has a new set of blacksmith forging hybrid weapons from TV, film, and games—tackles some fan-favorite Final Fantasy VIII gear after the jump.
Folks who played Final Fantasy Explorers at Tokyo Game Show noted that it didn't feature stereoscopic 3D graphics, despite being on Nintendo 3DS. Square Enix has since confirmed that the action-RPG won't support one of the portable's key features. Hit the jump for more.
While it could be pretty much anything, it's worth noting that Square Enix trademarked something called Mevius Final Fantasy in Europe. The trademark was filed on October 3, and at the moment there aren't any other details to go on. Read on for more.
In an effort to alleviate some concerns, Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata answered some burning questions as part of a Type-0 HD Extended Talk Show. Hit the jump for more, including some new footage.