If you're a fan of both Monopoly and Final Fantasy VII, Merchoid has a treat in store for you. The online retailer revealed Final Fantasy VII Monopoly, which is about as straightforward a description as one would need. This official licensed product is priced at $49.99 and currently set to ship on April 14, 2017. More after the jump.
The May issue of Game Informer has Final Fantasy XV on the cover, so you can expect to read a whole lot about the next game when you have the magazine in your hands. There's also some talk of the Final Fantasy VII remake, though, including clarification on the size of each chapter of the episodic release. More after the jump.
Nintendo set an official release date for the Bayonetta and Corrin Super Smash Bros. DLC. Both characters will be joining the fight in North America on February 3, with Europe and Japan to follow on February 4. Hit the jump for more.
Nintendo posted a new Japanese TV commercial for Super Smash Bros., offering up another look at its latest roster additions. Watch more footage of Final Fantasy VII's Cloud, Fire Emblem Fates' Corrin, and Bayonetta after the jump.
The end of Nintendo's final Super Smash Bros. Nintendo Direct presentation brought with it the announcement of the brawler's final DLC character, and it's a doozy. Platinum Games' action heroine Bayonetta will be the final character to join the lineup, and you can see her in action after the jump.
Nintendo previously said they had one more Super Smash Bros. presentation coming, and the video is set to stream on December 15 at 2:00pm Pacific Time. The "Final Video Presentation" will have info on the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U brawler, with Masahiro Sakurai on hand to provide details. Read on for more.
In addition to Final Fantasy VII Remake being planned as multiple parts, Square Enix divulged some additional information about the hotly-anticipated return of Cloud and the gang. Rather than running on in-house tech, Final Fantasy VII Remake is being made with Unreal Engine 4. Read on for more.
Square Enix has been following up on its latest showcase of Final Fantasy VII Remake with some additional info in the form of press releases and interviews. One of the most revealing tidbits came from the former, with Square Enix's post-PlayStation Experience release describing Final Fantasy VII Remake as being "told across a multi-part series, with each entry providing its own unique experience." More after the jump.
If yesterday's Final Fantasy VII Remake gameplay footage has your mind exploding with questions, you'll get at least a little bit of insight in a conversation video Sony posted with producer Yoshinori Kitase. After waxing nostalgic about the series and the positive reception of FFVII, he talks about the ways hardware has evolved since, and what that means for the way Remake will play. Hit the jump for more.