Square Enix has announced that the Nintendo Switch will be receiving a lot of attention in 2017. The company seems to be very interested in Nintendo’s latest console and has gone on record stating that they are developing multiple projects for the Switch. The companies CEO had the following to say about this awesome information:
* Having more platforms is a good thing, and Matsuda hopes the Nintendo Switch succeeds for this reason.
* In addition to developing new titles for Switch, he hopes to see more of Square Enix’s existing titles get ports wherever it’s possible.
Sounds promising for Nintendo and the Nintendo Switch. It’s awesome to see these two companies playing nice again…
It seems like the PS4’s hits just keep coming… Nier: Automata is headed to the popular system and here is the launch trailer for the game. The frenetic battle between androids and machine lifeforms to reclaim Earth begins now. Embark on the perilous mission with the android YoRHa squad: 2B, 9S, and A2 to uncover mysteries of the planet invaded by aliens and abandoned by mankind. In the ongoing proxy war between humans and alien invaders, death is only the beginning.
NieR: Automata is now available on PS4 in North America, will be available on PS4 March 10th 2017 in Europe. NieR: Automata is coming to Steam on March 17th.
For those who want to test out the game before they buy, there is also a demo available. Check it out.
If you are in the mood to play a new RPG and haven’t picked up Final Fantasy XV, now may be the time. Amazon is currently offering the popular game for $40, which saves gamers a cool $20. Click here to score the deal…
No word on when Amazon will raise the price back up. Let me know if you decide to take advantage of the deal.
Even though I don’t understand a single word, this all new Dragon Quest XI footage is beautiful. Check out some sweet, new footage of the highly sought after title in action and let us know if you plan on picking up the game. Dragon Quest XI is headed to PS4 and Nintendo 3DS and is HEAVILY RUMORED to be releasing on the Nintendo Switch as well.
Final Fantasy XV is now officially available to purchase for PS4 and XBOX One gamers. The launch trailer shows off some amazing gameplay but I am not sure if the song “fits”….I feel like it should’ve been a large orchestra or something. Eminem playing during a Final Fantasy game? Let me know what you think…
Square Enix has decided to disable the “share” feature for Final Fantasy XV. Players are able to take screenshots but are not able to share gameplay via video. For those wondering why, here is what the good people over at PurePlaystation had to say:
For those wondering why, one possible reason would be Japan’s weird copyright laws. Long story short, if there’s Japanese voice acting on the disc even for a localized version, it cannot be “copied or replicated” unless done in an official capacity. This is what Bandai Namco did for Tales of Zestiria last year which angered some fans. Time will tell if the even bigger, JRPG juggernaut will receive a larger response. Those with capture cards (Hauppague, Elgato, etc.) will still be able to utilize their machinery as long as the ‘Enable HDCP’ box isn’t checked in the system settings. We’ll let you guys know if this roadblock happens to be disabled come launch day but it would be the first title to do so.
I thought that they just wanted to avoid spoilers for other gamers but this makes much more sense…
One of my favorite segments that the late night talk show host Connan O’Brien does is one entitled “Clueless Gamer”. The latest episode features the upcoming RPG Final Fantasy XV and, as usual, it’s pretty funny. Check it out and let us know if you found it amusing.
“Omen” is a conceptual CG cinematic trailer by DIGIC Pictures, inspired by Final Fantasy XV.
A rapidly shifting world, enemies that appear endlessly, gradual loss of abilities… and a madness that brings harm to the beloved fiancée.
This epic production, which can only be described as a nightmare for the struggling Noctis, is a collaboration between Final Fantasy XV and DIGIC Pictures, the world-renowned 3D animation studio that also took part in the creation of Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV.
This beautiful yet violent vision inspired by the world and story of Final Fantasy XV depicts an “omen” for Noctis’ father, King Regis, of a catastrophic future that must be avoided.
Final Fantasy XV will be available worldwide on 29th November, 2016 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
An all new video showcasing the upcoming Final Fantasy XV has arrived and it shows the amount of depth that the team has put into the customization options for the game. As expected, the game looks absolutely incredible and I am very eager to see how this one pans out. A demo was (is) available on the PSN store and I left wanting more of the game…
I still want to get my hands full on the game but things are looking very nicely with this new Final Fantasy.
Final Fantasy XV is headed to PS4 and XBOX One this Holiday season.
Square Enix has revealed their Gamescom 2016 lineup and you can check it out below. I can’t wait to see at least 8 titles on the list, so I better start saving up my money. I am very excited to hear more about all the Final Fantasies, Dragon Quest, Tomb Raider and Kingdom Hearts. Check out the full list below:
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
Dragon Quest Builders
Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age
Final Fantasy XIV
Final Fantasy XV
Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8
Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration
World of Final Fantasy
The Turing Test
Black the Fall
Oh My Godheads
Dues Ex Go