From cards and arcades to races and theatre performances, these mini-games did more than distract. They downright seemed as though they should have games of their own. These are the top 5 mini-games in Final Fantasy games.
Final Fantasy XV
Final Fantasy XV is an ideal experience for a new age of the franchise, and I’m looking forward to diving back in to see what I missed the first time.
Square Enix’s flagship Final Fantasy series has undergone many evolutions in the last 20 years, but there are still some hallmarks expected from a game in the core franchise. Final Fantasy XV does have some of these familiar elements: dudes with hair reaching varying degrees of spikyness; a grand, high-stakes story involving a prince undertaking an epic journey; there’s even a grumpy old man named Cid. But these familiar details are juxtaposed with some pretty big departures from the formula. That’s not necessary a bad thing, as I discovered during my hands-on session with FFXV earlier this week. If anything, the demo showed me that the long-awaited next entry in the series is a lot of fun if you’re willing to let go of nostalgia and embrace the new.
Square Enix released another version of its 'Dawn' trailer for Final Fantasy XV, featuring a lot less silly hugging and a larger focus on Luna.
It's fun, it's silly, it's repetitive and it's awesome — this is what driving is like in Final Fantasy XV.
Director Hajime Tabata confirmed that Final Fantasy XV will be launching sometime next year. We also have new footage of a Marlboro fight.
This new trailer for Final Fantasy XV takes place 15 years before the game's events, showcasing younger versions of Noctis and Lunafreya.
Hajime Tabata revealed that Final Fantasy XV will have a bigger showing at Gamescom than E3 this year and addressed a lot of Episode Duscae's complaints.