Square Enix recently shared the first screens for its Mevius Final Fantasy mobile game, and now we have a brief snippet of footage. See how the Android and iOS RPG looks in motion in the GDC 2015 video after the jump.
Final Fantasy X | X-2 HD Remaster was just released for PlayStation 3 and PS Vita not long ago, but if you missed out on those platforms and still want to experience these games, there's hope for you yet! It's headed to PlayStation 4 in North America as of May 12 and May 14 in Japan. Hit the jump for more!
Square Enix's attempt at a high-quality, console-rivaling mobile Final Fantasy is on the way with Mevius Final Fantasy. Earlier this week we saw a quick peek thanks to a single screenshot, and now more details are here with even more visual accompaniment. Read on for more.
Square Enix's latest team-up with Japanese social game maker DeNA, Final Fantasy Record Keeper, is making its way to the west this spring. This is the one that lets you relive classic Final Fantasy battles in the style of the 16-bit entries, with the added bonus of forming parties with plenty of characters from the RPG franchise's history. More after the jump.
Square Enix's most recent Active Time Report included a new look at Final Fantasy XV, with director Hajime Tabata sharing the latest details and footage. Thanks to the excerpted footage below, via GamesHQMedia, we can see more of the Episode Duscae demo version's open world, dungeons, and battles. That and more after the jump.
It may not be much, but this week's issue of Famitsu has a peek at Square Enix's upcoming Mevius Final Fantasy smartphone game. It's seriously just one screen, but it does offer a fleeting whiff of what producer Yoshinori Kitase and writer Kazushige Nojima are cooking. More after the jump.
We're not too far away from the release of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, which will come packing a voucher for the Final Fantasy XV: Episode Duscae demo. Square Enix recently busted out a hefty batch of screens for both, and you can see the latest after the jump.
Puzzle & Dragons, king of the crossovers, has another big one brewing. This time it's a collaboration with Square Enix's Final Fantasy series, featuring Cloud from Final Fantasy VII and Yuna from Final Fantasy X. Hit the jump for more.
Square Enix teased a Final Fantasy-related reveal for this weekend's Japan Amusement Expo and delivered. The company is bringing back its frantic Dissidia brawler—which first appeared on PSP—with the announcement of a Dissidia Final Fantasy arcade game. Hit the jump for more.
A new Japanese preview is here for Final Fantasy Type-0 HD thanks to Famitsu. The latest video showcases five minutes of gameplay, highlighting some of the improvements over the original—including the visuals and subtle balance adjustments—as well as the main story and things to do on the side. More after the jump.
It's time for another Square Enix tease! This time the company is teasing an arcade game, and they're doing so with some classic-style sprites of characters from the Final Fantasy series. More after the jump.
The Final Fantasy Record Keeper smartphone game puts players in the role of Deci, the best student working in the history department under Dr. Mog. Deci can enter paintings of past Final Fantasy worlds to view sealed stories and relive some of the greatest battles along with classic characters, and one of the new events takes players back to Final Fantasy VIII. Hit the jump for pics and more.