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The Windows phone game version of Final Fantasy is based on 2007’s enhanced Playstation Portable remake.
Square Enix’s Final Fantasy makes it way to Windows Phone devices.Read the rest of the article »
Get ready for this year's New York Comic Con, as Final Fantasy XIII-2 will be there.
Other than attending the New York Comic Con 2011, Square Enix will also hold a panel for their much-awaited Final Fantasy XIII-2. The said game is set for a January 2012 release, and it appears that NYCC 2011 will be the last place that the title will see the public eye. As stated in the panel information below:
“East Meets West: Art Direction for a Worldwide Audience”. The panel will consist of a guided presentation of FFXIII-2’s art direction, followed by a discussion with an Art Director working on a top-tier North American RPG. The panel will close with the reveal of a collaborative art project.”
The Final Fanatsy XIII-2 panel will be on October 14 at 10:45 AM at the MTV Theater 1A10. The New York Comic Con 2011 will kick off on October 13 – 16 at the Javits Center.View Article Source »
The four-day TGS 2011 event unveiled new title releases, and interesting game developer's announcements.
The Tokyo Game Show, which was held annually in Japan, is one of the two largest video game expos/conventions being hosted outside the U.S. The other event is the Gamescom in Cologne, Germany. The TGS is actually designed to be the best place where game developers from different parts of the globe come together to show off their upcoming games and even console devices.
This year’s TGS event was said to be a success. It was able to host numerous Japanese developers’ game revelations, announcements, and declarations. Aside from this conference, there are also pre-TGS 2011 pressers that were held last week — including the Nintendo’s press conference, wherein most of the upcoming 3DS titles were revealed, and Sony’s pre-TGS keynote, which unveils the official launching date for PS Vita.
It’s undeniably true that the Tokyo Game Show has always been the home to a number of noteworthy game announcements. That said, GADG has put up a brief recap of TGS 2011 for those who weren’t able to attend the actual event.
See the quick recap after the jump.Read the rest of the article »
Here are six of the best game trailers that were revealed during the pre-TGS 2011 press conferences.
Four gaming companies have successfully wrapped up their pre-Tokyo Game Show 2011 press conferences this week, showing off an array of promotional video trailers for their upcoming titles. The Sony Entertainment, during their event last Wednesday, has unveiled the first game trailer for Namco Bandai’s Tales of Innocence R and Square Enix’ Final Fantasy Type-0. Nintendo has also managed to reveal most of its 3DS’s anticipated titles, which includes Capcom’s Monster Hunter 4 and the Resident Evil: Revelations.
Thus, in order to give you a quick recap of the anticipated games that were introduced during the four press conferences, GADG has collected six of the famous pre-TGS promotional trailers.
Hit the skip to watch the game trailers!Read the rest of the article »
Sony Computer Entertainment Japan just wrapped up its pre-TGS 2011 presser this afternoon. The company spent the time discussing most of the PlayStation Vita details.
Following Nintendo’s pre-Tokyo Game Show press event in Japan yesterday, Sony also hosted their own conference today — highlighting the official details for its upcoming handheld device, the PlayStation Portable Vita. The core speaker throughout the entire event was the president of Sony Computer Entertainment Japan, Hiroshi Kawano, and it was he who spilled the biggest revelations to the public.
Like Nintendo’s presser, Sony also focused on its handheld console. The media and other attendants of the event were finally given a launching date for the Vita, along with its pricing, data plans, and other additional info. Interestingly, there are also a lot of developers who came to show off the features and upcoming games for the anticipated PlayStation Vita.
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A compilation of the best games that were released for Xbox 360 last June 2011 made its way to GADG.
New games for Xbox 360 have been released lately. Most of them had even delivered a great gaming experience for avid players. In this article, GADG rounded up some of the best and popular video games that were launched last June for the Xbox 360.
Check out the games that made it to our list by hitting the jump.Read the rest of the article »
Relive the days when role-playing games were done properly as Sony includes Final Fantasy VI and Chrono Cross jumps into the PSN.
Nostalgia will definitely start to kick in as Square Enix announced through Square Enix Memeber Twitter that Final Fantasy VI and Chrono Cross will soon be making their way to Sony’s Game Archives service, aka the PlayStation Network.
The news were revealed in differnet tweets by producer Shinji Hashimoto. No release date has been unveiled, but this news definitely fired up all the Squaresoft (former name of SquareEnix) fans out there.Read the rest of the article »
Final Fantasy reigns supreme once again, as Square Enix's Dissidia Duodecim Final Fantasy for the PSP dominates the sales charts for the month of March.
Out to prove that Final Fantasy is still one of the kings of the gaming industry, Square Enix’s latest Final Fantasy entry – Dissidia Duodecim  Final Fantasy – tops the sales charts in Japan for the month of March. According to Enterbrain and Famitsu, the cross-over fighting game outperforms stellar entries coming from the PlayStation 3 and the Nintendo 3DS. Dissidia Duodecim, GADG salutes you!
Released last March 3, Dissidia Duodecim has sold a total of 414,127 units, which accounts for the game itself and the Chaos & Cosmos Limited Edition PSP bundle. It’s nearest competitor – PS3’s Dynasty Warriors 7 – landed an impressive number of 375,372 sold units, while Nintendo 3DS game – Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask – completes the top three spot with 128,178 units sold.
See the complete sales chart after the break!Read the rest of the article »
Get ready for some action-packed, ability-based battle system as you deck it out with Final Fantasy Type-0.
Things are starting to heat up as more details of Final Fantasy Type-0 surfaces via Dengeki PlayStation magazine. This time we’re introduced with the game’s battle system that is pretty resonating to the other Final Fantasy titles released, but the title gives some twist with the mechanics that keeps things fresh.
The battle system for Type-0 has players forming parties of three and use abilities, skills, weapons, etc in fighting enemies. A successful encounter begins and ends with the proper switching between the three characters in the party.Read the rest of the article »
Dissidia Duodecim Prologus Final Fantasy demo coming to Europe and PAL territories on March 23.
For those who can’t wait to get their hands on Dissidia Duodecim Final Fantasy in Europe and PAL, here’s something to look forward to (but you still have to wait): Square Enix has announced that it will be releasing the demo prologue of the epic cross-over fighting game called ‘Dissidia Duodecim Prologus Final Fantasy’ on March 23 for Europe and Pal territories. The downloadable PlayStation Network Exclusive is priced at €2.99 and will feature alot of perks once Dissidia Duodecim Final Fantasy kicks in two days later.Read the rest of the article »
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