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.
Thirty years spanning fifteen iconic “final” adventures. Let the feast begin!
It’s time to go to Shinjuku Station.
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.
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.
Policy officially addresses the gray area of Kingdom Hearts.
Some of the video game franchise’s greatest heroes appear in promotion for its latest title.
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.
Square Enix set to open new cafe in downtown this autumn.
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.
Not all blackboard doodles are created equal.
Grab your tickets and your keyblades, because two Kingdom Hearts concert series are coming with a total of 15 performances in six countries.
A creative Dragon Quest Builders player has managed to build a Mario Kart-inspired in-game race course so impressive, he received praise from the game’s producer himself.