“Final Fantasy” is one of the longest-running video game series of all time, with roots dating back to 1987.
Food and cooking are “absolutely essential element” of the game.
This isn’t one of Ondore’s lies. Gamers are really getting the chance to go back to Ivalice, and it’s never looked better.
Anime North cosplayers bring their “A” game proving you don’t have to be in Japan for your favorite characters to come to life!
The animated series will be free to watch on YouTube, and the movie will see release later this year.
By now we’re all well aware that guys can make cute girls, but can a girl make a badass guy?
Moms are the best, especially when you make an off-hand comment asking them for something and they turn around and give you pure awesomeness.
Luckily, it’s just the rock band rather than an actual Powerman5000, but this could still mean big trouble for the game’s makers.
It’s a beautiful way to save and restart during uncertain times in life.
Two-concert event to cover decades of video game musical history.
David Bowie’s creative genius even inspired works by a legend of the Japanese video game industry.
Like a star athlete who just won a championship, video game heroine Lightning has followed up on saving the world of Final Fantasy XIII by landing an endorsement deal.
Akira‘s theatrical poster is almost as iconic as the movie itself. But who knew that a character walking towards their ride could look as badass as Kaneda?
The video game-loving owner of this bird must feel like a winner every day.
Cloud and company are coming back…multiple times?!?
“I never thought this day would come,” says the Final Fantasy VII hero. Neither did we, Cloud. Neither did we.
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!”