Final Fantasy XV has gone multiplayer with a new expansion that takes place during the events of the main story.
The Final Fantasy spin-off is branching off from PlayStation platforms in just a few weeks.
Square Enix’s long running RPG series get the ultimate treatment.
XV fans will be able to take on multiplayer quests for a closed testing period, but may not be able to team up with their friends just yet.
Hironobu Sakaguchi picks the obvious game, with some incentive.
You can finally take your sweet ride off the beaten path in Final Fantasy 15.
While I didn’t expect release dates for these no-shows, the barest glimpse—just a screenshot!—would have been appreciated.
Suggestions range from new playable characters to more story content.
The FF15 DLC is scheduled to be released on March 28.
The places in FFXV were blends of real world locales, but the characters were all their own, expect one.
We know it sold well from the beginning, but it has been making a profit for Square Enix since November 29.
Sometimes it's difficult to build snowmen, let alone full-fledged scenes like this one.
Chapter 13 and DLC release dates also revealed in a livestream.
I'd have rather had actual news on the game, but art is good.
The PlayStation 4 remaster of Final Fantasy XII will be here sooner than we thought.
Director Tetsuya Nomura revealed that fans who're wanting Kingdom Hearts III and the Final Fantasy VII Remake have a while to wait.
Final Fantasy creator loves the legacy his original Final Fantasy spawned.
The greatest role-playing game to come from Japan in years comes in at number four on our list.
Events will kick off in Tokyo, but no word on what will make its way to the United States yet.
OK, we don't know what they are, but they will be big ... we think.