We're just 11 days away from Final Fantasy XIV's next major update, Patch 3.2: The Gears of Change. Square Enix shared a full trailer for the patch, previewing everything from a battle in Containment Bay S1T7 to the Alexander: Midas raid and more after the jump.
This week's issue of Jump has Square Enix announcing a couple of additions to World of Final Fantasy, which is in the works for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita. In addition to a new item-selling character named Chocolatte—voiced by Seiko Ueda, who voiced the similar-sounding Chocolina in Final Fantasy XIII-2—Quistis from Final Fantasy VIII will be joining in on the fun. Hit the jump for more.
Square Enix announced plans to bring 2000 PlayStation RPG Final Fantasy IX to PC and smartphones back in December, with "coming soon" as the release date. As usual they hit everyone with a relatively stealthy launch this week, and the RPG is now available on iOS and Android. More after the jump.
If you're looking to collect all the fighters you can in Final Fantasy Record Keeper, stay tuned right now because until February 12, you can recruit Penelo of Final Fantasy XII fame. Hit the jump for more!
If you've downloaded Square Enix's Final Fantasy Portal App, you've got a surprise coming to you. In honor of the app having been around for an entire year, Final Fantasy II is being made available for free, down from its normal price of $7.99. Hit the jump for the details!
Dissidia isn't the only Final Fantasy game getting in on Japanese arcades. Square Enix announced plans to bring its portable rhythm game series Theatrhythm Final Fantasy to arcades, with Theatrhythm and Dissidia Final Fantasy producer Ichiro Hazama on board. Hit the jump for more.
After showing off Ramza Beoulve from Final Fantasy Tactics in a small set of screens, Square Enix is here to put the tactical hero's moves on display in the latest Dissidia Final Fantasy trailer after the jump.