Time to turn back the clock, because the one of the greatest role-playing games ever made is lending its sounds to Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call.
I've always been fascinated by unfinished stories and pitches for comic books that never came out. There's always a level of mystery to them, trying to figure out how things might've been different if we actually got these stories that, for whatever reason, never actually made it to the shelves. This week, our pals over at Robot 6 unearthed one of the most interesting examples I've ever seen of a great comic that never happened: A Final Fantasy comic, based on the video game, by Kurt Busiek, Dell Barras and Mike Mignola.
And here's the really interesting part: The book may have never happened, but it got close enough that, of the four-issue adaptation of Final Fantasy IV, all four issues were scripted, with covers my Mignola, and two were actually drawn.
Watch this animated teaser for the cancelled RPG helmed by the creator of the Final Fantasy series.
Square Enix has decided that the demands of its fans for super-mega-awesome HD Final Fantasy titles should be answered -- the older games of the series may be coming to PlayStation 4.
Here's to hoping these awesome looking Final Fantasy apps get released in the west.
Nearly every Final Fantasy, Secret of Mana, Chrono Trigger and Earthbound character from the SNES make up this amazing collage featuring over 13,000 individual sprites.
A group of former Final Fantasy devs are helping Kobojo with the creation of this beautiful RPG, Zodiac.
You would think that the "Shinra" company wouldn't be so pro-Cloud as Square Enix has unveiled its new cloud gaming services.
The Final Fantasy spinoffs just keep on coming with this strange mobile game we can only associate with one of our favorite zombie games.
Square Enix has kicked off its Online Back to School Sale on its official website, which means many Final Fantasy, Tomb Raider and Hitman titles will be getting discounted.