Just like how Noctis and the boys headed to Cidney's garage to fix their ride, Final Fantasy XV's Episode Duscae demo is getting an overhaul.
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With Final Fantasy XV, which began its life as Final Fantasy Versus XIII back in 2006, Square Enix is really pushing the boundaries of what it means to be a Final Fantasy game.
With this month's Final Fantasy XV's demo being the talk of the town, Square Enix has released a new trailer for Final Fantasy Type-0 HD to remind us of what we're getting with Episode Duscae.
Whether you're looking at the giant Eidolons, ferocious Coeurls or those adorable Chocobos, Final Fantasy XV is filled with all sorts of wondrous wildlife.
We learned what the big deal is about having cookouts and campfires in Final Fantasy XV. We also found a video featuring hour of impressive gameplay to boot.
Hajime Tabata claims his team has only completed 60 percent of Final Fantasy XV's development, but things are going to pick up once its demo is released.
Japanese and English dialogue options and all sorts of juicy deets have been revealed for the Episode Duscae demo of Final Fantasy XV coming out next month.
We're a little over a month away from having the demo of Final Fantasy XV in our hands, and this trailer builds even more hype for Noctis and the boys.
The director of Final Fantasy XV hopes that his open world RPG launches in the North American, European and Japanese markets at the same time.
The director of Final Fantasy XV, Hajime Tabata, speaks out on what makes this open world RPG a lot different than the previous incarnations of the series.