Final Fantasy isn't the only Square Enix series that will be enjoying the nostalgia-inducing trip that is World of Final Fantasy. This week's issue of Jump reveals another new Mirage, which is the game's term for the monsters you can add to your party, and this one comes from 1998 PlayStation RPG Xenogears. More after the jump.
Square Enix is bringing iOS/Android RPG Mobius Final Fantasy to PC, with a Japanese Steam release planned for November. Fans who sign up early will get bonus items based on the number of registrations, from a Phoenix Down at 5,000 to a Glow Star at 30,000. Hit the jump for an announcement trailer.
Square Enix continues to lead into the November 29 launch of Final Fantasy XV with another look at the English voice cast. Following up on part one and two is a third trip behind the scenes with Robbie Daymond (Prompto), Ray Chase (Noctis), Adam Croasdell (Ignis), and the rest of the character's English voices as they reminisce over the process.
Square Enix saved up a big announcement for Las Vegas' Final Fantasy XIV Fan Fest 2016. The next big expansion has been revealed as Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood, and it's coming to PlayStation 4 and PC in summer 2017. See a teaser after the jump.
World of Final Fantasy launches in North America on October 25, but eager Final Fantasy fans will get to try it out a week earlier. Square Enix announced plans to release a playable demo for the PS4/Vita RPG, and it will be available to download on October 17. Read on for more.
GameLark, a community of musical artists who specialize in remixing video game music, has released a 2-Disc album that pays tribute to Square Enix's Final Fantasy series of Japanese RPGs. Hit the jump to learn more.