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Square Enix Announces NYCC 2017 Lineup

by Peter Paltridgeon September 29, 2017
What is Square Enix prepared to show during New York Comic-Con next month? What will attendees be able to demo, and are there any surprises in store? Multiple games from Square’s upcoming lineup will be playable at their NYCC booth including Dissidia Final Fantasy NT, Final Fantasy 15 Pocket Edition, the Windows PC edition of […]
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PAX West: Secret Of Mana Remake

by Peter Paltridgeon September 5, 2017
Can the Square Enix of today recreate Secret of Mana, one of the best games in their history, and do it justice? There’s a demo live at PAX West — how did it turn out? What no one expected was just how close of a remake the “new” SoM truly is. Except for the 3D […]

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PAX West: Final Fantasy Director Busts Fan Theories

by Peter Paltridgeon September 5, 2017
Is most of Final Fantasy VIII actually a dream? Are any of the differently-numbered FF games connected? And was there ever a plan to resurrect Aerith at any point in Final Fantasy VII? These questions and more were given to Yoshinori Kitase by Kotaku during PAX West. They’re fan theories that have been bouncing around […]
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PAX West: The Massive Final Fantasy 15 Artbook

by Peter Paltridgeon September 3, 2017
Think we’re overdue for a big, heavy hardcover showcasing behind-the-scenes art from one of 2016’s biggest RPGs? So does Square. How does the Final Fantasy 15 artbook measure up to similar books of its type? The Art and Design of Final Fantasy 15 was revealed during PAX West and it’s up for preorder now. The […]

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PAX West: The First 20 Minutes Of Final Fantasy 15 Pocket Edition

by Peter Paltridgeon September 3, 2017
Ever since Final Fantasy 15 Pocket Edition was announced, people have wondered: just how much of the game is in there? Is it a “Greatest Hits” medley or do you get everything? If Square’s demo from PAX West is to be believed, this is apparently a remake of the entire game, just with cuter, easier-to-render […]

Secret Of Mana Remake Coming To PS4, PC, Vita

by Peter Paltridgeon August 25, 2017
Ask any Square fan, “What are the best games the studio has ever put out?” Secret of Mana, released in 1993 for SNES, is usually near the top of the list. Isn’t it time this classic got its day in the polygonally rendered high-resolution sun? We’re totally getting it, people! Square Enix unveiled the new […]

Final Fantasy 15 Crosses Over With Assassin’s Creed Next Week

by Peter Paltridgeon August 24, 2017
Why does that hooded guy running around Lestallum look a lot like Prince Noctis? And why is he climbing that wall? Wait…what’s he doing with that big knife? Worlds will collide when Final Fantasy 15 introduces the Assassin’s Festival, a DLC event that incorporates elements from Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed series into Square’s Final Fantasy world. […]
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Gamescom 2017: Introducing Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition

by Peter Paltridgeon August 23, 2017
Has Square actually gotten Final Fantasy XV to run on a mobile phone? Yes, but not without some graphical…alterations. What’s the story behind the Pocket Edition? By far the most unexpected announcement from Square was Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition, an alternate take on the latest big-budget FF that tells the same story but with […]

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Gamescom 2017: Final Fantasy 15’s Inevitable PC Version Revealed

by Peter Paltridgeon August 21, 2017
Dealing with skeptical friends who believe Final Fantasy 15 will never, ever be ported to PC? Ready to BLOW THEIR MINDS with the following news? Yeah, it’s not that big a surprise. But Square hadn’t officially announced the product until today. Final Fantasy 15: Windows Edition, as it’s called, will contain the entire game, all […]
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US Release Confirmed For Dragon Quest XI

by Peter Paltridgeon July 28, 2017
Ready to squish some smiley-faced Slimes? Square-Enix confirmed today that the latest chapter in the Dragon Quest series, the eleventh, WILL be given an English translation and sold in the US. Why did Western audiences not get Dragon Quest X translated? Mainly because it was a different type of game — an MMO, which requires […]