Prompto, Noctis, Gladio and Ignis settle down around a fire, and look good doing it.
Final Fantasy XV
If you’re looking to bulk up for a cosplay or crossplay session, you don’t have to hit the gym as long as you raid the cupboard.
Talented costumer’s international inspirations are winning her fans around the globe.
We would gladly take more of this Gladiolus cosplay!
Take a real-life cooking class with Ignis while enjoying music, costumes and iconic images from the game.
Put together by the XV development team, this is being billed by its producers as the first-ever official mashup TV commercial in the history of Final Fantasy.
The last round of glitches was traumatizing for players, but this one looks like it’s worse for the game’s characters themselves.
Gamers set their alarms and brave the cold in Akihabara.
Gamers report that bizarre fused characters and man/machine hybrids appear while sometimes the entire ocean does not.
Square Enix producer cites amount of demand as key factor in decision whether or not to add controllable heroines to upcoming video game.
The makers of Final Fantasy are also now the makers of awesome burgers and cake at this Akihabara restaurant and gift shop.
The video game developer always makes aesthetics a priority in its software, and it looks like it’s doing the same for its new restaurant in Akihabara.
Cup Noodle sidequest, in-game product placement shown
Final Fantasy XV still hasn’t been released, but its heroes were out and about all over the Tokyo Game Show.
Tokyo Game Show 2016 got under way today with the first of two press-only days (the public event will be held over the weekend!), and RocketNews24 was on the scene!
“Final Fantasy” is one of the longest-running video game series of all time, with roots dating back to 1987.
The animated series will be free to watch on YouTube, and the movie will see release later this year.
While the stories for Final Fantasy games generally have nothing to do with each other, there have been a few threads that tangentially tie the games together, such as magic, a character named Cid, and an airship. Another popular element is a set of characters that have been around since the third installment of the game, the humble Moogles.
So when the official Final Fantasy XV Twitter account polled its followers to see if they wanted the beloved Moogles in the franchise’s newest game, the obvious answer was a resounding, “Of course, kupo!”
It’s hard to say which game is more highly anticipated, Final Fantasy XV or Kingdom Hearts 3, but with both of them tentatively scheduled for a 2016 release date, we just might find out. Or not…because a recent tweet about the latest Final Fantasy game is causing us to believe that a 2016 release date could be a pipe dream. Although there has been no delay announced, if the date is pushed back it might be in part due to the rocky situation they are in: they need more rocks!
As the graphics in video games have become increasingly sophisticated, a new and unexpected expense has surfaced for design teams hoping to make their game’s environments as realistic as possible: the so-called “location hunt.”
While in the good ol’ days of pixel graphics, design teams could just look at some photographs or even paintings of real-world locations for inspiration, modern gaming’s open, 3-D worlds demand level and object design so advanced that it becomes a near-necessity for teams to travel to locales that closely resemble the digital worlds they’re hoping to create, getting actual eyes on, say, that volcanic mountain they plan to have the player venture through, or checking out the minute curves and angles of some military hardware they plan on dropping into the game.
Ironically, though, while the “location hunt” is still considered work, outside of the unlucky design team that has to go inside of a volcano for that epic RPG boss fight or something, these excursions can actually end up looking suspiciously like a vacation. Just ask the Final Fantasy XV design team, who recently posted a YouTube video of their location hunt.