Johnny reviews Tales of Xillia 2. He also discusses about how natural disasters influenced the Japanese games development and how it can be seen in Final Fantasy XIII-2 and Tales of Xillia 2. And oh! The battle system sounds a bit similar to Final Fantasy XV’s!
What does Johnny think about one of the most unpredictable game cross-overs ever? Is Hyrule Warriors a hit or a miss? Does this make him more optimistic or pessimistic about the upcoming Dragon Quest Heroes release, which is developed in collaboration between Koei Tecmo and Square Enix?
A new Final Fantasy game will be arriving to the Japanese mobile marketplace as it gets released for iOS and Android devices later this year. Final Fantasy: Record Keeper is a free-to-play title developed by DeNA and published by Square Enix. The game will also feature microtransactions and […]
A few days ago, we wrote about the new “Voice and Sound” teaser trailer where Square Enix gave a sneak peek of their new game. Now the name and cast have been revealed! “School Girl Strikers” is about school girls who have gained mysterious powers. And why not put […]
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn will be released on 14th April for PlayStation 4. The Beta Phase 2 will be starting this week! The Open Beta of Final Fantasy XIV will be starting on 4th April! All PlayStation 4 users can download the beta client for free […]
Famitsu this week has new details on Final Fantasy XV. The latest issue of Famitsu got some new details on staff information, character descriptions and random development tidbits from interview with director Tetsuya Nomura. Staff Director and Character Designer: Tetsuya Nomura Co-Director: Hajime Tabata Total Visual Director: Takeshi Nozue Composer: Yoko Shimomura Producer: Shinji […]