Both Final Fantasy XV and Final Fantasy Type-0 looked impressive in motion during last week's Tokyo Game Show, but how about some still frames? Square Enix responded to the demand of more XV and Type-0 with a batch of screens you can see after the jump.
Yesterday we posted a report saying that Final Fantasy Type-0 HD is coming to the west next March, and it looks like that was dead on. The HD version of the PSP original is set to hit PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in North America on March 17, 2015, followed by Europe on March 20. See the visual improvements after the jump.
Game Informer recently posted a report about an upcoming Final Fantasy XV demo, but the article has since been removed. According to the post, Square Enix is planning a downloadable demo for Final Fantasy XV for next year, and Final Fantasy Type-0 HD will come packing a voucher for said demo. Hit the jump for more.
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.
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.
During E3 Square Enix revealed plans to release Final Fantasy Type-0 HD in English on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, with Final Fantasy Agito coming to smartphones. Some of the English cast members followed up with excitement of their own, announcing their roles in the upcoming localizations. Read on for more.
Ever since Final Fantasy Type-0 was first released on PSP in Japan, fans in the west have been clamoring for it. Before you reach out for that homemade translation, though, know that Square Enix just announced plans to bring it to PS Vita in North America and Europe. More after the jump.
While those of us who didn't bother to import it never got a chance to play Final Fantasy Type-0, we can at least see how two of its characters look in Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call after the jump
A potential localization for Final Fantasy Agito rumbled even more recently when Square Enix filed a trademark for the title and logo in Europe. According to producer Hajime Tabata, Agito "will definitely be localized," and there's even still hope for Final Fantasy Type-0. Read on for more.
It's been so long since an international release was confirmed for Final Fantasy Type-0 that many folks have likely rightfully forgotten about the PSP game. According to Square Enix, Type-0's journey to the west is still on hold. Hit dat jump.