Final Fantasy 14: Dad of Light hit Netflix last month, featuring a heart-tugging narrative of a young man, Akio, trying to reconnect with his father through their shared love of Final Fantasy. This Japanese drama is sweet, clean, and the appropriate amount of campy, featuring the growth of both Akio Continue Reading
Final Fantasy XV, previously known as Final Fantasy XIII: Versus for those who tracked it’s development cycle from 2006, has faced its fair share of praise and criticism. From a cast that unexpectedly captured hearts to the strangely linear final chapters, it is a compelling ride that tugged at the Continue Reading
Because a few sites ruined the surprise, we learned early yesterday that the release date for this newly anticipated Final Fantasy game was slated for September 30th. But what else did we gain from the live event last night?
At yesterday’s Uncovered Final Fantasy XV event, we found out that not only are we getting the Final Fantasy XV game this September but we are getting a five episode anime as well AND IT STARTS RIGHT NOW! Watch the first episode below!
Yesterday we released a list of 8 games that people are sure to buy that are coming out in 2016. One of those on the list was the upcoming Square-Enix title, Final Fantasy XV and in creating that list we learned quite a bit of information about the next adventure.
This year, as we have said before, has been insane for nerds everywhere and today at the 2015 Playstation Experience it just got even better. We received a new Final Fantasy VII trailer and actual Gameplay footage, which appears to be more in Kingdom Hearts’ gameplay style, and that’s fine Continue Reading
By Kenneth Shipp I’ve never liked the idea that I should like something simply because it’s expected or that the majority prefers it. When I tell people I prefer VIII over VII, you would think I killed someone’s dog. I have played VII over and over again; I love the characters and Continue Reading
5 Games That Give You The Feels We all know them, we all hate and hate them sometimes. Every once in a while you play through such a beautifully developed story with characters that you get thoroughly attached to. Maybe in such a way that it genuinely makes you cry at some Continue Reading