Chocobo’s Mystery Dungeon: Every Buddy!, the enhanced version of Wii title Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo’s Dungeon, is out now worldwide. Its release comes with a new launch trailer introducing Cid and his trusty partner.
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Digital pre-orders are now open for Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster and Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age on Switch and Xbox One. Square Enix also released new trailers for both as well as some new artwork for The Zodiac Age from series artist Isamu Kamikokuryo.
Square Enix has released the prologue animation for Final Fantasy XV’s Episode Ardyn. There is also a release date and some new details for the game’s final DLC, as well as news of a book that may cover those pieces cancelled late last year.
Final Fantasy IX Out on Switch, Xbox One; Chocobo’s Mystery Dungeon, Final Fantasy VII Dates Revealed
One classic Final Fantasy title is now available on Switch and Xbox One. Meanwhile, the release date for another on those same platforms, as well as for a spin-off remake have also been announced.
The final addition to Final Fantasy XV is approaching with Episode Ardyn coming in March. Before then, however, there is time for a prologue animation, and a teaser for said animation.
Square Enix has revealed dates for two of its 2019 Final Fantasy releases. Both Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD and Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age are coming to Switch and Xbox One in April.
Square Enix has revealed more information on their upcoming title Chocobo’s Mystery Dungeon: Every Buddy! This game is set to release in Japan on March 20, 2019, for the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.
The first part of Final Fantasy XIV’s 4.5 patch hits next month. Some new screenshtos show some of the additions, including the new Blue Mage job.
The latest update to Final Fantasy XV has arrived. In addition to the release of a crossover quest with Final Fantasy XIV, the standalone version of Comrades is available on PS4 and Xbox One.
Square Enix is working on a new tactical RPG for release in Japan next year. Platforms have not been confirmed, but mobile currently looks assured.
It has been three months since our beloved Editor-in-Chief Michael A. Cunningham sadly passed away. RPGamer’s former Sound Test curator Francis Gayon has created a symphonic fantasy based on Mac’s favourite RPG, Final Fantasy IV, that we would like to share in further tribute to him.
This weekend’s Final Fantasy XIV Fan Fest kicked off with some big news as Square Enix announced its third expansion. Shadowbringers is coming in early summer next year, with some other major things also announced.
World of Final Fantasy Maxima has arrived. RPGamers can now use their gil reserves to check out the new features that have been added to Square Enix’s adorable stacking RPG.
The biggest RPG news from Microsoft’s X018 event is that the company is acquiring both inXile Entertainment and Obsidian Entertainment. Meanwhile, The Good Life and the Final Fantasy XIII are coming to Xbox One, with Kingdom Hearts III also getting a new trailer.
World of Final Fantasy Maxima is an enhancement of the original game that adds more characters, new gameplay, and Mirages. Maxima comes out in less than a week worldwide.
RPGamer has teamed up again with Scarlet Moon Records to give away four digital copies of William Carlos Reyes’ Guitar Collections FINAL FANTASY IV. There are various ways to enter, with readers having until Sunday to do so.
Terra Battle 2 may have shut down this month, but Mistwalker is still working on the Terra Wars spin-off. Offering a reminder of the upcoming title, its protagonist has crossed over into Final Fantasy XV.
Square Enix has been hosting various presentations throughout TGS for its many upcoming releases. As part of those presentations, a number of the RPGs on show received substantial amounts of gameplay footage.
Square Enix has kicked off its appearance at TGS with a new batch of trailers. World of Final Fantasy, Crystal Chronicles and Chocobo’s Mystery Dungeon are the recipients of the new videos.
With both Final Fantasy VII and IX announced for Switch during the Nintendo Direct, many are asking why Final Fantasy VIII was left out. The game’s odd graphical position between those games is likely a significant reason.