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LittleBigPlanet 2 fan meticulously recreates Final Fantasy 7

If Square Enix won’t give fans a proper Final Fantasy 7 remake, the fans will just do it for themselves, as evidenced by this massive recreation of the seminal roleplaying game within Sony’s LittleBigPlanet 2.

Hopefully you’ve got no plans for the…
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Watch a 10-minute 1080p jogthrough of Final Fantasy 15′s greenery

It’s essentially a demo to showcase the open environments in 1080p, but Square Enix calls its new Final Fantasy 15 video a “walkthrough.” In reality, it’s more of a jogthrough. After revving round road-trip style for a minute, hero Noctis and his…
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Final Fantasy 13-2 heading to Steam in December

Square Enix is following up on the recent Steam launch of Final Fantasy 13 with a PC version of its direct sequel Final Fantasy 13-2 next month.

Square Enix previously revealed that all three formerly console-exclusive entries in Final Fantasy’s…
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Final Fantasy rides a G-Bike onto Japan’s iOS, Android stores

Final Fantasy 7 G-Bike, the mobile adaptation of Final Fantasy 7′s motorcycle combat mini-game, has arrived for Japanese iOS and Android devices, according to Famitsu (as translated by Siliconera). Announced back in June, G-Bike buckles players into…
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Battlefield Hardline delayed to deepen cops vs. robbers fantasy

Battlefield Hardline is due out in March 2015, following a delay announced in July this year. During EA’s financial call today, CEO Andrew Wilson explained that feedback from beta tests and trade shows drove the decision to give developer Visceral…
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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy issues its final DLC pack

Publisher Square Enix has revealed that yesterday’s burst of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call downloadable content is the last planned for the excellent 3DS rhythm game.

As with prior DLC releases, this final push includes nine additional…
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Final Fantasy XIV’s First Expansion Heavensward Coming In Spring 2015

Announced during Final Fantasy XIV Fan Festival this weekend, Heavensward, Final Fantasy XIV's first expansion, is coming spring next year.

Square Enix announced the expansion with a tweet reading, "Announcing FINAL FANTASY XIV: Heavensward! The 1st expansion for FFXIV set to release in Spring 2015! #Heavensward."

The expansion takes place in a very cold climate, but other than that no additional details have been offered yet. You can find a trailer for the the oppressively icy expansion below.

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Final Fantasy creator finds much to learn from mobile game design

Hironobu Sakaguchi speaks to why he’s made the jump to iOS and Android development as Mistwalker gears up to launch its first free-to-play mobile RPG with a unique download promotion. …

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call gets weekly DLC

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call

Square Enix’s second musical celebration of the Final Fantasy series is set to have weekly DLC, starting this week.

The rhythm-action game already has a whopping 200 songs, including all the DLC from the last Theatrhythm, as well as a bunch of playable characters from across the series, such as fan favourites Cloud, Cecil and Terra.

The new tracks available to download include Final Fantasy VIII – Premonition and Vivi’s Theme from Final Fantasy IX. The rest of the tracks will come from spin-off titles Romancing Saga, Final Fantasy Fables and Final Fantasy Tactics.

There is also a new character on offer: Cloud from the movie sequel to Final Fantasy VII, Advent Children - perfect if you’re either a fan of the film or you’re not happy with only having one Cloud to play as.

Every track and character will only cost £0.89, and more songs and characters are set to appear every week, with next week already a character from the aforementioned Tactics.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call is available exclusively on the Nintendo 3DS.

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Final Fantasy XV director: Game must be amazing or ‘it’s meaningless’

“Before I joined Square Enix, I always looked at Final Fantasy games as the benchmark for game consoles. Each new game showed what was possible on video game hardware.” …

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