Theme park announces its first-ever tie-up with the pair of massively popular anime, video game franchises.
Over ten new designs showing off battles so epic they transcend art periods.
Prompto, Noctis, Gladio and Ignis settle down around a fire, and look good doing it.
A shed-load of plastic surgery and cosmetic products later, the model looks (a bit) like his Final Fantasy VIII video game mercenary inspiration.
From Sailor Moon to Pokémon and even the cast of Final Fantasy XV, this chocolate box is proving to be the perfect canvas for all sorts of different characters.
Watch a party of adventurers take down an evil dragon on the wall of the InterContinental Yokohama Grand.
Makes train ride feel like an adventure, passengers feel like victorious heroes.
To reproduce these melodies, it takes two players, sometimes three!
Creative celebration includes a tip of the hat to one more beloved Japanese RPG franchise too.
The project stems from a collaborative effort between one of Tokyo’s biggest landmarks and the celebrated video game series, which turns 30 this year.
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.