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12:30 AM on 12.20.2014

Okay, Final Fantasy XV looks pretty damn awesome

Jump Festa is happening today in Chiba, Japan. What does that mean for us? Well, a stunning new trailer for Final Fantasy XV for one thing. It feels good to be excited about Final Fantasy again. The reel also gives us o...

Kyle MacGregor


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10:30 PM on 12.19.2014

Theatrhythm Dragon Quest looks, sounds AMAZING!

This is the first trailer for Theatrhythm Dragon Quest. Marvel at its majestic beauty. It's a JRPG-shaped swizzle stick here to stir up your emotions. You feel that? Yeah, that's a double shot of nostalgia clinking up against your heart like rocks in a glass. Or something. Feels good, baby.

Kyle MacGregor



Finally! Final Fantasy XV English trailer photo
Finally! Final Fantasy XV English trailer
by Steven Hansen

"I could do with a baaaaaahhhhth." Got to have a Brit to help differentiate the bro-cast, innit? These are, for the first time, the English voices for Final Fantasy XV. Same ones you'll spend two hours with in the March demo if you buy Type-0. I encourage you to all get into a nice debate over subs versus dubs, because those are always fruitful and healthy. At least we'll all agree that the music is good. Right? 

Mostly, I appreciated the handsome Noctis voice at the end: "Been a long time. Too long. Not much longer." 

Got to show some self-awareness at this point. 

There's also a recent Jump scan that shows off the boys' mechanic. It's possible she'll serve as this entry's Cid, taking care of the boys' town car with her car skills and inexplicable cleavage. I bet that car ends up being a sentient Knight Rider or something. It can't just be the bro'd trip vessel. 

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2:30 PM on 12.17.2014

Life is Strange releases its pent up teenage angst next month

The introductory episode of Dontnod's Life is Strange is scheduled to bend time and break the rules on January 30. The indie-tinged five-part adventure game about all the mixed emotions of being a teen is coming to PC, ...

Brett Makedonski



Review: Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris photo
Review: Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris
by Darren Nakamura

Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light was a surprise hit for me. I had never been a huge Tomb Raider fan, but its focus on puzzles, asymmetric cooperative multiplayer, and replayability drew me in. It's hard to believe that was already four years ago.

Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris (abbreviated as Lara Croft: TOO, which any word nerd will appreciate) picks up the torch from Guardian of Light, adding four-person multiplayer, new puzzle mechanics, and updated visuals. It has a great formula for success, but it slips a little in execution.

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Review: Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD ReMIX photo
Review: Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD ReMIX
by Brittany Vincent

The odd concept of melding a host of characters from Square Enix’s seminal Final Fantasy series, Disney’s perennial film favorites, and a cast of original personalities, seemed as though it was destined for failure. I mean, who would want to hear Donald Duck’s honking lisp while sharing the screen with the likes of Cloud Strife or Sephiroth?

Being a Square fan, I had to try it out though, and not only did I fall in love with the games, but I rediscovered my love for the Disney franchises of my youth. Although it took almost four years for a sequel to be released, Kingdom Hearts was and is a series that has stuck with me. Then, when Kingdom Hearts II was released in early 2006, I bought it immediately.

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10:30 AM on 12.15.2014

A new SaGa game is coming to the PlayStation Vita

Squaresoft's SaGa series never really caught on like Final Fantasy, but it still has a rather dedicated fanbase that looks forward to every release. Recently during the SaGa 25th Anniversary livestream, Square Enix ...

Chris Carter

2:30 PM on 12.12.2014

Final Fantasy Type-0 has a pretty, pricey collector's edition

It's $100 and doesn't even come with a monstrous statue for you to find room for. It does come with: - A 200 page manga that takes place during the game's opening- Cards you can throw and bend and then regret throwing- A 15 ...

Steven Hansen

6:30 PM on 12.11.2014

Final Fantasy X, X-2 HD coming to PS4

Final Fantasy X and X-2 HD is coming to PlayStation 4 in spring of 2015. Square Enix announced the news at a PlayStation China press conference in Shanghai. The PlayStation 4 and Vita are officially launching i...

Steven Hansen

5:30 PM on 12.11.2014

Final Fantasy VII PS4 will cost more than the recent PC port

Last weekend, Square Enix screwed with its fans with too much pomp around announcing a PS4 release of the original Final Fantasy VII, seemingly a port of last year's PC release. You can get last year's PC release for $12 on Steam, but when Final Fantasy VII comes to PS4 in spring of 2015, it will be $16. I guess that's $4 for "system-exclusive features." The Share button, maybe? 

Steven Hansen

5:00 PM on 12.11.2014

New SaGa and Deception games are in development

It has been over ten years since Unlimited Saga. There have been re-releases in the interim. And a Gree social game, Emporers SaGa, a couple years ago in Japan. From the same source that brought us confirmation of Gravity Rus...

Steven Hansen





8:00 AM on 12.10.2014

Final Fantasy XIV deploys marriage patch this week

Want to get married in Final Fantasy XIV? Now is your time. The Ceremony of Eternal Bonding is now live, and to get married, all you have to do is submit an application on the Mog Station portal. Up to 80 guests can attend, ...

Chris Carter

1:00 AM on 12.10.2014

Square Enix announces Theatrhythm Dragon Quest

Theatrhythm isn't just a Final Fantasy spin-off anymore; it's an established brand, one Square Enix hopes to expand into a full series of rhythm games based on its classic properties.  Theatrhythm Dragon Quest is the nex...

Kyle MacGregor

1:15 PM on 12.09.2014

Microsoft is the publisher of Rise of the Tomb Raider

Ever since Microsoft's gamescom exclusivity reveal, there's been plenty of speculation about the state of Rise of the Tomb Raider. Although it was soon found out to be a timed-exclusive, there are still many uncertainties sur...

Brett Makedonski

11:00 AM on 12.06.2014

Final Fantasy XIII resolution patch finally dated

The PC port of Square Enix's perennially controversial Final Fantasy XIII didn't get off to the best start. As far as console-to-PC ports go, it wasn’t the worst that I’ve come across, but it had a lot of roo...

Rob Morrow

5:00 PM on 12.04.2014

This is Eidos' new engine for Deus Ex

You're looking at Eidos Montréal's new engine for current-gen consoles and PC, the Dawn Engine. The studio says it "will form the cornerstone" for future core games in the Deus Ex franchise and "any other projects that...

Jordan Devore