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  1. It's Friday! Come hang out on the #Twitch stream and catch more of my first playthrough of #FinalFantasy7! It's gonna be a morphenomenal night, oh yeah. ROYZYABOY! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  2. Tonight I'm starting #FinalFantasy7 for the first time! Come swing by the #Twitch stream and have a morphenomenal night as I play through one of the most highly regarded JRPG's ever! ROYZYABOY! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  3. Trying to keep on having fun, smiling, and running #speedrun attempts of #FinalFantasy on PSP! Come swing by the #Twitch stream and have a great time, and remember-- ROYZYABOY! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  4. More #FinalFantasy #Speedrun attempts tonight! Come swing by the #Twitch stream and watch this classic JRPG get completely destroyed. Oh, and be sure to have a Morphenomenal night! ROYZYABOY! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  5. Another night of #FinalFantasy #Speedrun attempts and learning is here! Come swing by the #Twitch stream and laugh as I forget where I need to go and fail to read the world map. ROYZYABOY! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  6. The JRPG nonsense continues tonight, I'm learning how to #speedrun the original #FinalFantasy on PSP! Come swing by the #Twitch stream and watch this epic classic get completely destroyed! Or at least as I read through my notes trying to, ahah. ROYZYABOY! https://www.twitch.tv/royzoga123
  7. 2016 turned out to be a pretty big year for Final Fantasy as a series with the release of the long-awaited Final Fantasy XV and smaller titles such as World of Final Fantasy. It was surprising, then, that 2017 gave us less in the way of major new Final Fantasy releases save for ongoing episodic DLC for Final Fantasy XV and an HD remaster in the way of Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age, despite this being the series' 30th Anniversary. However, Square Enix's Final Fantasy brand manager, Shinji Hashimoto, is promising major news for the series in 2018. Hashimoto shared a few tidbits about the company's plans in an interview with Edamame Arcade Channel as follows. "Next year will be the 31st year, and our teams are busy working on new titles," Hashimoto said. "They are all gearing up for a big year next year." "I want to thank the fans for 30 years of support," Hashimoto said in his closing statements in the interview. "Next year will be a big one, and we will bring exciting, new Final Fantasy games to the world." What games might we see in 2018? The only two Final Fantasy titles we know of that are in development right now are the Final Fantasy VII remake, which was previously said to be episodic, and Dissidia Final Fantasy NT, which brings the fighting series to the current generation of consoles. While we're unlikely to get a release of the former's first installment, the latter is planned to kick off the new year with its release on January 30. As for what else might be released, Hashimoto's comments hint that there may be some surprises in store, perhaps with some as-of-yet unannounced games that may release next year. Might we be getting a new Theatrhythm title, a World of Final Fantasy sequel, or even our first look at Final Fantasy XVI? We'll have to wait and see. Source: USGamer What do you think Square Enix has in store for Final Fantasy in 2018? Let us know in the comments below?
  8. In the realm of the completely unexpected, a new localization announcement appears! Final Fantasy Explorers, the blend of Monster Hunter and Final Fantasy, is coming West early next year! It“ll hit the United States on January 26th, 2016, then Europe on January 29th, 2016. Square-Enix have remained utterly silent regarding the game“s fate outside of Japan until now. Reception had been mild, and there was certainly nothing at E3. Seems “never say never” is indeed a sentiment that can be embraced when it comes to Square-Enix. The game“s story details a world on the brink of war over its reserves of crystals. Players (in co-operative, Monster Hunter-styled gameplay unique to the series, so far) have to band together in search of crystals, defeating monsters and hopefully discovering the Grand Crystal along the way. And hey, if the announcement trailer below isn“t enough for you, I actually spoke at length about the Japanese demo of the game a long way back. Will you be giving Final Fantasy Explorers a try next year? Be sure to let us know!
  9. Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call doesn't release until September 16th in North America. But if you're itching to know what the game is like, then you can check out the demo that is now available on the 3DS eShop for both North America and Europe! The demo features two songs: "Edgar & Sabin's Theme" from Final Fantasy VI and "J-E-N-O-V-A (AC Version)" from Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children. Both songs can be played in Basic, Expert, or Ultimate modes. As a bonus, those who download the demo will unlock extra characters from the start in the full retail game. As per usual with 3DS demos, you can play up to 30 times before the Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call demo expires.
  10. Jordan Haygood

    Kefka

    From the album: Kaptain's Gallery

    © Square Enix

  11. Jordan Haygood

    Cait Sith

    From the album: Kaptain's Gallery

    © Square Enix

  12. Blazeknyt

    Transported to DISTANT WORLDS

    I was lucky enough to go to Distant Worlds this year, on October 6th! It is a concert of just Final Fantasy music. You read that right, just Final Fantasy music, but completely performed by an orchestra! I was rather surprised at how excited I was to go to this concert, because I“m usually not one to go to them. Since this was an orchestra, people showed up in various levels of dress. Some were dressed formally, others were dressed in a business style, some more casual, and I even spotted one person in full blown cosplay as Yuna! But this concert was a blast! As my brother put it, it was a giant nostalgia trip. There were plenty of songs I recognized and quite a few that I didn“t. There were some medleys that were played, where songs from a few games transitioned very well into one another. There was also a special 25th anniversary song that was played. The conductor noted that the team tries to make the songs as close to the games as possible. I had forgotten how great the Final Fantasy VIII battle theme was, and loved it when the main theme played. I wish Dancing Mad (Kefka“s theme), the Final Fantasy VI boss theme, or the World of Balance Map theme played, but you can't have everything. However, they did play the opera! Specific singers were brought in to play Maria and Draco, and there was a narrator too! The 25th anniversary special was a great original, and the choir/chorus ended up spelling the word “chocobo†during the end of the song. The man, the myth, the legend, Nobuo Uematsu was there! This is the second time I've seen him, (the first was at PAX East 2011) and he even played a song! It was the introduction music from Final Fantasy VI, and he played on a keyboard. It was pretty cool, to see him play live. The conductor, Arnie Roth told the story about how Nobuo Uematsu would play in the concert…and that was if Arnie Roth agreed to play violin! Now I“ve never seen the conductor decide to play an instrument during the concert he himself is conducting, but I thought it was one of the best aspects of the show. The concert ended with the ever so popular , and Nobuo Uematsu joined the chorus and sang along! I very much enjoyed the aspect of original medleys and songs combined with the orchestral sounds of the game music. See if you can spot Nobuo Uematsu! All in all, it was a great show!
  13. Well then after that TGS Extended Trailer, I saw this and thought man I'm even more pumped and excited for this. The game is already off to a banging good start after that opening scene. Can't wait for it to be released. Ugh why can't it be this year lol. Anyways what do you guys think? Wonder what's going on with the story. Snow and Lightning seem to have different paths. Hmm. We'll find out next year.
  14. I'm so excited for this game and got the chills watching this. Looks much better than the previous two and definitely missed playing more Lighting in the XIII-2. I have this game preordered thanks to Kiky's partially help paying for it. Can't wait! Woo! Anyone else excited?
  15. I found this guy on YouTube last night. He's pretty cool. Check out a couple of his videos: You can check out his YouTube page for more of his medleys. He seems to have only Final Fantasy medleys at the moment, but he also has other remixed tracks and whatnot. Give him a listen!
  16. This preview is based on the PlayStation 3 version of the game When the original version of Final Fantasy XIV Online come out, it was met with general distaste. While it was well-intended, bad design choices and its buggy release forced Square Enix to take the game off the servers last year. Since then the company has been hard at work on Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, a new MMO built from the ground up as an attempt to regain fans and give them an experience worthy of their time and money. Now that the game is entering Phase 4 of the beta, it's time to ask... will A Realm Reborn give fans a reason to come back, or will it be another failed attempt? Jumping into the beta, I was first treated to a beautiful opening video giving some backstory to the world of Eorzea. During a grand war, a moon falls and the elder primal Bahamut is released, wreaking havok upon the world. It isn't certain how exactly the primal is stopped, as it is muddled and misremembered constantly in the minds of the people. However, eventually Bahamut is stopped, and five years after this event (named The Calamity) is where you, as the player come in. The opening video is pretty informative to someone like me, who did not play the original version of Final Fantasy XIV. Also, it's worthwhile to note that this backstory actually ties into the original game. The player's main quest in the original was to find a way to stop or mitigate the damage the falling moon Dalamud would cause, which eventually ended up in the player's failure, thus The Calamity. After the video, it's time to step into the world and create a character. You can choose from five races and eight starting classes. The game assures you that you can change classes later--in fact, it's as simple as changing your equipped weapon! I did not try this myself and just stuck with my original pick of Lancer throughout my time with the beta. The character creation process allows a lot of customization. You can tweak the appearance of your character in a grand number of fashions, insuring that your character will in fact be unique amongst the groups of players. You can also choose one of two sects out of each race, which will affect your appearance. For example, Midlander Hyur (the human race) look like a typical human, while Highlander Hyur are more muscular in build and look more like vikings. Afterwards, you're dropped into one of Eorzea's main cities, after a cutscene introducing you more into the world. Which city depends on your race and class, and every city has a few starter quests to get you familiar with the game's flow, mechanics, and even the city's layout. The city I was in, Gridania, was a wonderful forest city, and was really just a joy to walk through as I completed the quests. It was a bit large for what the city offered, but those bored with walking could easily teleport to various areas of the city crystals and the Aethernet. As with most MMOs, A Realm Reborn focuses a lot on completing quests. Retrieving and delivering items, beating up a set number of monsters, and other staple quests will be found here. However, there is also the neat addition of FATEs, or Full Active Time Events. They are basically world and time-sensitive events that anyone can join in on. For example, one FATE I stumbled across was to beat a large number of the newly-spawned enemy in the area. Players also get rewards based on how well they did participation wise, so you can't just get rewards for coming to the FATE and not doing anything. For a game so focused on 'beat this number of enemies' for quests and the Hunting Log, the battle system has to be engaging and good... and that's no problem for A Realm Reborn. Combat is fluid and fast-paced, and using skills is intuitive. For 'Disciples of War' classes (basically any physical class), skills are used with TP, and for 'Disciples of Magic', their spells use MP. This can help to juggle abilities later on in the game with various class masteries, but in the time I've played in the beta, having both was not all that helpful. My only main concern for Final Fantasy XIV is how repetitive the quests may become later on, a problem with many MMOs. However, with the game's emphasis on story, the main story quests will entertain the typical Final Fantasy crowd well enough. Also, the inclusion of party dungeons helps to keep the MMO fan busy, even when they don't feel like doing the average run of quests. It's also a boon that you level up relatively quickly, so that if you're not a high enough level to attempt the next major story or guild quest, it's only a few minor quests until you're of the right level. Final Fantasy XIV:A Realm Reborn may still be in beta, but it's already shaping up to be a great MMO experience. The game comes out August 27th, so if this piqued your interest, consider giving A Realm Reborn a preorder!
  17. Marcus Estrada

    Final Fantasy VII Finally Brought to Steam

    Final Fantasy VII is without a doubt one of the most talked-about Final Fantasy games of all time. Whether you love it or find it overrated, you've no doubt heard of it. When the game came out to PS1 it also came out to PC. However, as with most older computer games, you'll find yourself having more trouble trying to run it now. More recently the game was made available through Square Enix as a digital download. Of course, in this age what everyone seems to want most is Steam keys. This has finally come to pass as now Final Fantasy VII is available for purchase on Steam. Taking an adventure to Midgar and beyond costs $12. There is currently no launch discount on the game but it is possible Final Fantasy VII will be a part of the Steam Summer Sale.
  18. If you've been waiting for Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII then it's likely a pre-order is already out there somewhere with your name on it. Hopefully you've selected a popular retailer such as Amazon or GameStop as a silly pre-order bonus is coming for those customers. Those who pre-order at participating retailers (so far only Amazon was named) will get a dose of Final Fantasy VII in the game. Lightning gets the bonus of Cloud Strife's sword as well as his distinctive outfit. The bonus is available for both PS3 and 360 customers. If this is something you'd like to take advantage of then be sure to put a pre-order down before Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII arrives on February 11th, 2014.
  19. Final Fantasy XIV was in an incredibly tight spot when it launched back in 2010. Although it looked far better than the previous online title (Final Fantasy XI), it was met with widespread negativity. Due to the vast issues with the title, subscription fees were delayed for an entire year. Eventually, Square Enix decided to restart the game with Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn. A Realm Reborn is not an expansion pack but a total reboot of XIV's world. Many improvements were brought to the game which will hopefully make it far more successful than its predecessor. The original version was set to release on PS3, but only ever saw PC launch. A Realm Reborn, however, will be the first taste of the game on PS3 later this year. To celebrate the relaunch, a Collector's Edition is also being made available for PC and PS3 users. It includes the game and additional content disc, soundtrack CD, art cards, account security token, and art book. Of course, a few exclusive DLC mounts and armor also come with it. All together, the Collector's Edition costs $80. If you'd rather skip the frills and just get the standard edition, Final Fantasy XIV will cost $40. It's out on August 27th but if you opt for the more expensive version you'll be granted early access into the game.
  20. The console war is one war that will never be won. There will be victories and defeats, but there will never be a true winner to end all of this digital mayhem. And in this case, a never-ending war is the best thing gaming could ever hope for since competition fuels the need for innovation. Without an enemy to face, we would have never gotten some of the amazing things we've seen in our generation. Of course, we also wouldn't be able to laugh at the war torn history left behind by those many console giants from the past, present and future as well. And really, that's way more important than any amazing game changing innovations we might have seen in the last thirty years. So why don't you join me for an awkward look back at the world of video game rivalry? Pikachu Really Hates Sony I've mentioned Hey You, Pikachu! a number of times in a few of my past articles due to it's microphone capabilities; an extremely underused feature that I love seeing in games. The reason I'm mentioning this less-than-well-received Nintendo 64 title is thanks to an easter egg hidden in the game's long list of many phrases that Pikachu would react to. Back up, what did you just say to me? Among words such as Pikachu, apple, and lightning bolt was the extremely out of place "Sony." Now why would a rival's company be among the list of words that Pikachu responded to? Well, as we all know, Nintendo and Sony have been rivals since the very beginning of the Playstation's launch. As a way of taking a shot at Sony, Nintendo included the name of the company in Hey You, Pikachu! as an extremely negative word. If you so much as hinted to Pikachu that you were about to say the word Sony, your pokemon companion would absolutely flip out. He would stop listening to you, start electrocuting everything in his general area and drop whatever he was holding in his hands. The mere mention of Sony was enough to send him into a waking night terror with no escape. Microsoft Has A Naval Battle With Sony The Xbox 360 exploded out onto the market nearly a year ahead of its competition. Sony had finally released the Playstation 3 in America, and it was gearing up to release globally. Excited gamers in France began to stand in line as they eagerly awaited the release of the PS3... and then things got crazy. Does the X in the O stand for hugs and kisses? As the legions of French fans stood out in the cold waiting for the official launch of the PS3, a large boat adorned with Microsoft and Xbox symbols slowly came into view of the store's line of customers. In large white letters was the phrase "XBOX 360 YOU". Microsoft had pulled the proverbial boombox in the rain on this poor group of frozen gamers... and it was kind of funny. The only thing that would have made it better was if a Sony boat pulled into view and attacked the Xbox boat. It was a silly idea that did manage to get Microsoft some free advertising at Sony's expense, but I suggest they try using blimps to advertise during the PS4 launch. They're much harder to ignore because honestly, who can say no to looking at a blimp? Sonic Takes A Jab At Mario; Totally Beefs It Have you ever heard of the Sonic title, Sonic X-Treme? I'm going to guess you haven't, seeing as it was cancelled after constant game delays and massive problems during production. Many programmers slaved over the game working 16 hour days only to see their troubled game get flushed down the toilet, never to be seen again by anyone ever. But not before they got this juicy little advertisement out. How could something like this fail? Mario and his apparent henchmen are unable to bring down that pesky hedgehog no matter how hard they try because he has made the jump to the 3D world and left them in their 2D dust to rot into obscurity. The ad itself is what makes this so funny. Shortly after the game was cancelled, Mario entered the 3D realm with Super Mario 64 and ended up leaving Sonic to rot in his 2D dust while his franchise became bigger than ever. Square Enix Attacks... Themselves? Alright Square Enix, I don't think you understand the point to all of this. It's supposed to make your enemies look bad. You aren't supposed to take shots at your customers. In the PSP game, Dissidia: Final Fantasy, Square Enix did just that. In the Battle Tips section of the game, you can see what Final Fantasy XII's Penelo has to say about each character. I bite the hand that feeds me, teehee! Most of them are just funny little things or observations about the characters. When you get to Cloud and Sephiroth, however, things take a turn. With Cloud, she says all he does is mope around and is therefore an uninteresting character. She then goes on to say Sephiroth is supposed to be pretty popular, but he really isn't that attractive. While these are more or less just funny little things they threw in the game to spice things up a bit, you have to remember the people who are constantly voting for Cloud and Sephiroth in character polls. They're called fangirls and fanboys, and they don't understand jokes in the slightest. Any attack on their husbandos is an attack on them, and they will write about it in their Livejournals for the whole world to not care about. Nintendo Is All Up In Sony's 3D Venture The Nintendo 3DS was a revolution in 3D technology. It was now no longer necessary to spend upwards of $60 just for a pair of glasses to see the 3D image being projected from a screen, and you didn't have to burn your eyes out like with Nintendo's first 3D venture, the Virtual Boy. Its a pretty neat gimmick for the system because when it works well, it works really well. But we're not here to discuss systems. We're hear to talk about wicked sick jabs at rival companies. "Just eat it." And this jab took place at the absolute greatest E3 ever, E3 2010. While a lot of disses and slams were being thrown around in each E3 presentation, the one that sticks out for me was Nintendo's 3DS conference. They constantly brought up the fact that expensive 3D glasses were going the way of the dinosaurs and anyone who used them were going to get left in the dust in the coming years. The very next day Sony held a conference that was almost entirely based around expensive 3D glasses. While I have no way of proving Nintendo set up their 3DS conference that way on purpose just to get Sony's goat, it seems pretty obvious that was what they were aiming for. How do you follow with your multimillion dollar project announcement right after your competition just thrashed you for a solid hour with their glasses free 3D? Well, I would say something along the lines of Sony's split screen 3D technology, but nobody uses that. The reason I love quips like these is because every time I see or hear one, I imagine someone being dunked on by a basketball player. Totally unrelated, I know. But its why I love them so much. Can you think of any other types of marketing slams that have happened over the years? Why not discuss them in the comments below? As always, thanks for reading.
  21. In February, Square Enix shocked the world at the Playstation 4 presentation by announcing that they would soon be making an announcement about something Final Fantasy related at this year's E3. If your computer's sarcasm filter isn't working properly, I'd like to announce that the previous sentences were filled to the brim with sarcasm. I absolutely hate when companies come out during a big show to announce that they are going to announce something. But that isn't the point of this article. The point is, just what is Square Enix going to be announcing? Everyone, including myself seems to believe it is going to be a Final Fantasy Versus XIII announcement. But what if it wasn't? Just think about it. We know that they'll be making some sort of Final Fantasy announcement at E3 this year, that's absolutely certain. But just how many different Final Fantasy games is Square Enix even working on right now? We've got Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, Final Fantasy Type-0 could always make an appearance, Final Fantasy X & X-2 HD, the Dissidia series is still floating out in the ether, and who could forget Final Fantasy XIV? How long do you think he's been sitting there waiting for a release date? That last one and Lightning Returns are the real dangerous ones in this scenario. The character Lightning is for some as of yet unknown reason Square Enix's baby recently. Over the last few years, Square Enix has been trying to make her the poster child for the Final Fantasy franchise, but it has been met with quite a bit of resistance. Resistance that Square Enix doesn't seem to notice. I could easily see their big announcement being that Lightning Returns will be ported to the Playstation 4, thus cementing the Lightning character in Playstation history as a mascot for Sony's newest console. Now onto the more likely scenario of Square Enix trying to hype people up for the reveal of Final Fantasy XIV being playable on both the PS3 and PS4. The original plan was to actually have Final Fantasy XIV on the PS3 years ago, but as I'm sure most of you are aware, things went south pretty quickly on those plans. The original version of XIV was torn to shreds, and Square Enix went to work on completely remaking the game. "Haha! I was a colossal waste of money!" A few months ago, they finished it. The new plan was to begin work on a PS3 version of the newer better version of the Final Fantasy MMORPG after work was finished on the PS3 version, but then Sony had to go and complicate things by announcing the PS4. Considering how much money went into making Final Fantasy XIV and then remaking it, Square Enix is going to want to get as many sales as it can. So odds are the PS3 version will stick around, but it could be followed by the "surprise" announcement of it also being on the Playstation 4. And then we have the problem of the Final Fantasy tech demo that has been making waves for the last few months. Square Enix is obviously going to want to get into using that as soon as possible and odds are they already are using it for their next big Final Fantasy title. This, of course, doesn't change the fact that they're still working on Final Fantasy Versus XIII, but I have to wonder, just which one are they going to want to hype up at E3 this year? Mums the word on Versus for the last seven years, so who's to say they won't shelf it for another year so they can start hyping up their next big thing? Its an incredibly stupid move on their part if they try it, but like I said before. They're almost certainly revealing Versus XIII this year, in my opinion. But I said that last year too. As always, thank you for reading.
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