Final Fantasy VII Remake: released the first cinematic

Final Fantasy VII Remake is now in the finishing straight. The highly anticipated remake of the Square Soft masterpiece released in 1996 on PlayStation will hit stores on April 10, 2020 (despite the various postponements that have marked ...

Aranea joins the Dissidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia roster

Dissidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia, famous mobile title Square Enix, will soon see the arrival of a new character: Aranea from Final Fantasy XV. Square Enix has announced that the new character will be part of a campaign ...
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Final Fantasy VII Remake, the cover confirms the exclusive time

Final Fantasy VII Remake will not remain a Sony exclusive, at least until 2021. This is confirmed by the cover of the title itself. If you are among those who do not have an 4 PlayStation, but are interested ...

Kingdom Hearts 1 and 2 coming to Xbox One

Square Enix, during the X019 Inside Xbox event held in London yesterday evening, announced that the entire Kingdom Hearts saga will arrive on Xbox One during the 2020. Launched as an exclusive ...

Final Fantasy VII Remake - From Japan comes an 7 minute advertisement

Final Fantasy VII Remake is one of the most popular projects of these times and now, thanks to the Japanese, we also have an 7 minute advertisement. Some of you know how they can be extravagant ...

Final Fantasy VIII Remastered is available, here is all the news

Final Fantasy VIII Remastered has been published on all consoles and on PC. Despite not having received the same treatment as Final Fantasy VII Remake, the game still appears graphically cleaner and ...

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age, a video shows us the backstage ...

Today, Square Enix has released a new video from the "inside Final Fantasy" series where information is revealed behind the development of some of the most popular video games in the famous videogame series. A press release ...

[E3 Square Enix] announced the return of Final Fantasy VIII Remastered

Square Enix, during the conference, revealed that Final Fantasy VIII will return this year on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC (Steam) in a remastered format. In FINAL FANTASY VIII, ...

Super Rare Games announces seven new physical games for Switch

Collectors rejoice! Super Rare Games has announced seven new limited editions for Nintendo Switch that will arrive in the near future. Titles include Dandara: ...

The mayor of Boston asks Sony not to worry about ...

After Sony's announcement of not participating in PAX East, the mayor of Boston asked the company to rethink it.

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