Kotaku spoke with Final Fantasy Type-0 director Hajime Tabata during this weekend's PAX Prime in Seattle, WA and managed to ask some much-anticipated questions about Final Fantasy Type-0 HD. Topping the list was "When is Type-0 coming out?," to which Tabata said it will be within the next year. Read on for more.
Yesterday we posted about how classic FF characters like Final Fantasy VII's Cloud will be briefly playable in Final Fantasy Explorers, and now Square Enix has a few screens showing the first confirmed Legend Character in action after the jump.
A variety of Jobs aren't the only thing you can look forward to diving into in the upcoming action-RPG Final Fantasy Explorers. During this morning's livestream Square Enix further discussed the Trance feature that will let players transform into characters from other FF games, including Final Fantasy VII's Cloud. Hit the jump for more.
It's time for the 10th round of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call DLC in Japan. This one brings in a handful of new tracks to tap along to, including "Battle in the Forgotten City" from the Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children CG-animated movie. Full list after the jump.
A new trailer is here for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call, which is bringing more FF rhythm action to the west next month. This edition of the "Legacy of Music" series is all about jams from Final Fantasy Type-0. Tap along after the jump.
Square Enix announced a special package for Final Fantasy Explorers with the introduction of an Ultimate Box limited edition. The set is up for pre-order at the Square Enix e-Store, and will be priced at ¥13,000 ($125) when it hits Japan on December 18. Hit the jump for pics and more.
Final Fantasy Explorers was recently given a Japanese release date of December 18, and now Square Enix is rolling out some introduction trailers. The first batch offers up a quick look at three of the action-RPG's job classes—Knight, Monk, and Black Mage—after the jump.
Following up on yesterday's post about Final Fantasy Explorers and two of its playable job classes, Paladin and Hunter, we now have a release date. The action-RPG makes its debut on Nintendo 3DS in Japan on December 18. Hit the jump for more.
Final Fantasy Explorers is currently in the works for Nintendo 3DS, and the action-RPG comes packed with a bunch of playable job classes. While one of the two profiled in the latest issue of Famitsu magazine was previously listed, we officially have two more jobs to add to the list: Paladin and Hunter. More after the jump.
If you prefer your Chocobos pleasantly plump, Square Enix now has its Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call Fat Chocobo up for pre-order. The 270mm wide x 430mm tall plush will run you ¥6,800 ($66), and you can look forward to it shipping in September. See some pics past the break.
PAX Prime is adding one of gaming's greats to its convention lineup with the announcement that Final Fantasy creator Hironobu Sakaguchi will be hosting his own panel. Sakaguchi will use the panel to discuss his personal history of developing RPGs and his new game Terra Battle. More after the jump.
Originally revealed last month, Final Fantasy Record Keeper puts players in the role of Deci, the best student working in the history department under Dr. Mog. The smartphone game has Deci entering paintings of past Final Fantasy worlds to view sealed stories and relive some of the greatest battles, and you can stir up some nostalgia with a promo after the jump.
Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call makes its way to Nintendo 3DS in the west next month, and Square Enix is previewing more of its tunes. Watch as the beat moves on from Final Fantasy VIII through Final Fantasy X after the jump.
Square Enix's Rise of Mana mobile game is getting a crossover with some of the characters from Final Fantasy Agito, the smartphone entry set in the Final Fantasy Type-0 universe. Hit the jump for some footage.