Are we there yet?
Are we there yet?
This goes way beyond a guy who are sick.
Square Enix's flagship series is known for its innovation, but this entry was particularly ahead of its time.
For years Square Enix has been building up an army of monsters that we all know and love. Now it’s time to go out and catch ‘em all.
Square Enix's latest entry in its flagship role-playing series promises a huge open world, but there's not a lot to do there.
Why should Ariana Grande have all the fun?
Watch 'stumble bros' Noctis, Ignis, Gladiolus, and Prompto banter their way through hordes of foes -- and race a few chocobos too.
Soon you can refuse to believe Ondore's lies in true 1080p.
Now here's a road trip.
The one-hour performance is streaming live on Youtube and Twitch... starting now!
While FFXV undergoes final tweaks and re-cert, we already have a good look at the first minutes of the game.
'We have put our whole lives into developing this game.'
As well as other vocal tracks from the English artist to be included in the game.
Square Enix's effort to bring current-gen cinematics to its mobile line-up saw a lukewarm response when it first launched in 2015.
Hironobu Sakaguchi, it seems, is nowhere remotely close to being done with RPGs.
Finally, a date and a price for the PSVR.
Missed the Xbox livestream? Don't worry: we got ya covered.
As things wind down ahead of next week's E3, let's have a look back at some of this week's smaller stories.
In a new interview, Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata says this pervasive syndrome affects both fans and Square Enix employees.
Those interested in the special $270 Collector's Edition for Square Enix's newest fantasy game won't have to turn to eBay scalpers -- but they might have to wait past the September release date.