Like Final Fantasy XV’s previous two pieces of downloadable content, Episode Ignis is short, action-packed, and exists to explain an unresolved plot point from the main game. This time, we get to learn how our boy Iggy got... changed.
Have you noticed? Some of the biggest recent Japanese role-playing games feature older sister type characters instead of predominately kid sister ones popular in years past.
Because I run our video game concept art feature, I sometimes get sent art books to take a look at. Yesterday was the first time I barely got one through the front door.
To some, Final Fantasy XV’s multiplayer expansion pack is an entertaining (if mildly frustrating) way to experience Square Enix’s epic RPG with friends. For others, it’s a hell of a lot of work to find a decent dress shirt. I’m somewhere in between.
It’s the one-year anniversary of Final Fantasy XV’s launch, which means it’s nearly time for Square Enix to finish the game. Today, the studio announced plans to let you play it all as one of Noctis’s pals.
When I think about fishing, I think about relaxation: chilling out somewhere beautiful in the sun, watching the shimmering water, waiting for fish to bite. Admittedly all of my real-life fishing experiences took place in the rain-drenched Highlands of Scotland and were absolutely horrendous, but video games are about…
Tekken 7 isn’t the only fighting game Noctis is headed to these days. He’ll also be gracing Dissidia Final Fantasy with his presence. Square Enix showed off the young prince’s moves in a two year anniversary stream for the game earlier today.
Final Fantasy XV’s multiplayer expansion, Comrades, launched this week, and players have been putting its ridiculously detailed character creator to good use.
If there’s one place you could get a black car, hit the highway and have it look just like Final Fantasy XV, it’s Arizona.
Final Fantasy XV’s ‘Episode Ignis’ downloadable content, which will explain what happened during Ignis’s disappearance in Chapter 9, will be out on December 13. You can check out the new trailer here.
Fight for Your Dreams, the new Prescription for Sleep album that turns battle music from Final Fantasy, Undertale, Mega Man, Transformers and more into sumptuous jazzy lullabies, is now available for purchase on iTunes, Bandcamp and Spotify. Do not operate heavy weaponry while listening.
Due out on October 10, Prescription for Sleep: Fight For Your Dreams turns pulse-pounding battle themes from Final Fantasy XV, Undertale, Mega Man, Transformers: The Movie and more into the musical equivalent of sleepytime tea.
Monster of the Deep, the VR fishing game based on Final Fantasy XV, is a fairly standard video game fishing experience, right up until the moment you have to bust out the crossbow.
Titled “Comrades,” Final Fantasy XV’s online expansion will be released on October 31. Set after Chapter 13 in the main game, players create their own FFXV character and meet up with three friends online for questing in the land of Eos.
There’s one big plot point left ambiguous at the end of Final Fantasy XV, so I thought I’d ask director Hajime Tabata about it. In an interview earlier this month, he offered some helpful clarification, also acknowledging that the game’s story was a bit... messy.
Last month, Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata teased a version of his game for the Nintendo Switch. But when I asked him about that port to Nintendo’s hot new console, he wanted me to share a different message: He can’t actually find one.
If, like me, your favorite part of Final Fantasy XV was the mind-boggling Pitioss Ruins, here is a fun fact: It was designed by one person, according to director Hajime Tabata.
An Assassin’s Creed logo has been hiding in a Final Fantasy XV trailer since last October, hinting at the collaboration that Ubisoft and Square Enix announced yesterday. Ubisoft says there are also Final Fantasy easter eggs in the AC Origins announcement trailer and in this week’s Gamescom CGI trailer. Well done,…
In what’s as natural a combination as chocolate and french fries, Final Fantasy XV and Assassin’s Creed Origins will have a crossover that Ubisoft says “will result in the two franchises paying homage to each other’s gaming universes.” It’ll start next week with a festival inside FFXV.