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Final Fantasy Type-0 HD releasing in March 2015 photo
Final Fantasy Type-0 HD releasing in March 2015
by Kyle MacGregor

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD is launching worldwide next March, Square Enix announced today.

The remastered role-playing game will debut in North America on March 17, followed by releases in Japan on March 19 and Europe on March 20. The publisher also confirmed a downloadable demo of Final Fantasy XV will come included with the package.

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9:00 PM on 09.17.2014

Final Fantasy Agito+ announced for PlayStation Vita

Final Fantasy Agito+ is coming to PlayStation Vita, Square Enix announced today.  The role-playing game launched on mobile devices this May, and will be available via PlayStation Network starting January as a free-...

Kyle MacGregor



Final Fantasy XV TGS 2014 Trailer is pretty sharp photo
Final Fantasy XV TGS 2014 Trailer is pretty sharp
by Alessandro Fillari

TGS 2014 is already off to a big start with the release of a brand new trailer for Final Fantasy XV. Much to the disappointment of many, it was absent from this year's E3 and gamescom shows, but the nearly three-minute trailer aims to make up for the lost time.

In this trailer, we get to see our heroes travel around outside of the city in a rather expensive car -- which by the way looks be to be fully controllable. Their trip down the scenic route shows off some massive wildlife and other foes looking for a fight. But our heroes are more than up for a challenge, and they even display some clever team focuses attacks.

It's a pretty sharp trailer, which isn't a surprise. Square Enix knows how to make its games look stunning, and this trailer certainly does a great job of showing that. With TGS already underway, we can expect to hear some more info about the state of FFXV, and hopefully when it will be released.

Stay tuned to Dtoid for more info from TGS 2014 as it's released.

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3:30 PM on 09.17.2014

Dragon Quest Heroes is all kinds of pretty

Square Enix has released some new images of its newly announced collaboration with Koei Tecmo, Dragon Quest Heroes, and they look just stunning. The action role-playing game is slated to debut in Japan next spring for PlaySta...

Kyle MacGregor

11:30 AM on 09.17.2014

The original Final Fantasy is coming to the 3DS eShop, will be in 3D

If you haven't played one of the kajillion ports of the original Final Fantasy yet, you'll get your chance yet again on the 3DS. In December Final Fantasy Explorers will launch in Japan, which will come with a downl...

Chris Carter

8:00 AM on 09.17.2014

Report: Final Fantasy XV will get a demo in 2015 packed-in with Type-0 HD

Final Fantasy XV may be getting a demo next year. Game Informer unleashed some info with a March 17 release date for Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, which had another tidbit embedded in it -- anyone who buys Type-O HD will...

Chris Carter

7:00 AM on 09.17.2014

The official Final Fantasy XIII Portal site now has a Steam logo on it

TGS is imminent, and in a seemingly early case of jumping the gun, the official portal site for Final Fantasy XIII has added a peculiar Steam logo to the bottom of the page. This is likely not a mistake, and we may hear ...

Chris Carter

10:00 AM on 09.16.2014

Final Fantasy XIV's patch 2.38 brings personal housing, new Relic quest extension

Patch 2.4 for Final Fantasy XIV, which is set to bring the Ninja job and a ton of other content is still a tad off, but in the meantime patch 2.38 has dropped. Inside you'll find a number of quality of life updates, as w...

Chris Carter

10:00 AM on 09.15.2014

Final Fantasy XIV kicks off Dragon Quest crossover event

Square Enix has started the Dragon Quest X crossover event in Final Fantasy XIV, bringing over Golem enemies into the world of Eorzea. You can start the quest over in Ul'dah, which leads to a series of FATE battles for a...

Chris Carter



Review: Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call photo
Review: Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call
by Chris Carter

Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy was a very nice surprise. After many people had become disenfranchised with the series due to a number of mishaps and weak core entries, Theatrhythm reminded us that Square still had reverence for all of its classic characters, and of course -- its timeless music.

As a sequel, Curtain Call doesn't really change a whole lot from its predecessor, shortcomings and all, but it does pack in a whopping 221 songs on top of the already winning formula.

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7:00 PM on 09.10.2014

Final Fantasy XIII on a phone? Square launching Dive In streaming app

Square Enix is launching a new service in Japan on October 9. Dive In streams games to Android and Apple mobile devices, allowing players to experience titles like Final Fantasy XIII on cellphones.  The service is l...

Steven Hansen

12:30 PM on 09.10.2014

The pen is mightier than the sword in the latest Final Fantasy mobile game

The latest Final Fantasy mobile spin-off title (not pictured above, as there are currently no assets) will have players fighting enemies Typing of the Dead style. In Final Fantasy World Wide Words, players will fight enemies ...

Brittany Vincent





10:30 AM on 09.10.2014

Dragon Quest X sales and shipments stopped for 3DS temporarily

Dragon Quest X hit the 3DS in Japan, and it did so well that Square Enix is temporarily halting the shipments of the game. Wait, what? Due to a huge number of players flooding into the game at the same time, as well as the st...

Chris Carter

8:00 AM on 09.07.2014

Square Enix wants to bring Dragon Quest X west

Square Enix producers Yuu Miyake and Noriyoshi Fujimoto told Siliconera they would "love to" publish Dragon Quest X overseas. That doesn't mean it's terribly likely, though. “In terms of this being an MMO, again, we hav...

Kyle MacGregor

2:15 PM on 09.05.2014

CONFIRMED: Shiva will snap her fingers for Diamond Dust in FFXIV

Rejoice, Final Fantasy fans. Some time ago we got confirmation that Shiva would be coming to Final Fantasy XIV in the form of boss fight, but one lingering question remained -- will she snap her fingers for her Diamond D...

Chris Carter



How Final Fantasy Type-0 came to PS4 and Xbox One photo
How Final Fantasy Type-0 came to PS4 and Xbox One
by Kyle MacGregor

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD wasn't on the show floor at PAX last weekend, but Square Enix did show off the action RPG behind closed doors.

During our meeting with the publisher, Destructoid touched base with director Hajime Tabata to discuss how different the game is from the rest of the series. We also learned about the Tabata's strong desire to create a MOBA.

Now let me tell you about the part where we delved into title's strange development history.

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