Intricate process creates characters that look as cool now as they did in the 8-bit and 16-bit eras.
Talented costumer’s international inspirations are winning her fans around the globe.
Thirty years spanning fifteen iconic “final” adventures. Let the feast begin!
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.
With Nissin’s cup noodles featured heavily in the latest Final Fantasy game, the company decided to gift Square Enix employees with a ramen donation.
The last round of glitches was traumatizing for players, but this one looks like it’s worse for the game’s characters themselves.
One of Nintendo’s most popular franchises ranks high, but fails to snag survey’s top spot.
Gamers set their alarms and brave the cold in Akihabara.
Illustration and blade that inspired it to be shown together at Tokyo museum.
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.
It’s hard to believe this photo of a barista in a Michigan Starbucks is a real photograph of a real person, not an image created by the team at Square Enix.
Some of the video game franchise’s greatest heroes appear in promotion for its latest title.
From the wig to the makeup and even the elaborate costume, these eye-opening video tutorials will help improve any type of cosplay.
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.