What better place to explore failed science than in video games where the consequences must be faced head-on?
Love them or hate them, they’ve each certainly made a mark on the landscape of the universes they inhabit by their actions. These are the 10 best spies in video games.
Each of these former bad guys has a distinct place in gaming history, let alone a memorable part in their own contained universe. These are the best bad guys turned good.
It was on this day in 1990 that North America invited the original Final Fantasy onto its shelves and gave us the first taste of what would be a long and bountiful series.
We've got a rundown of ten unsung heroes of Final Fantasy, all of whom need your attention. Get ready to say hello to the heroes who deserve some praise and adoration!
Fifteen years ago, Square released its ninth Final Fantasy game in North America. It's time we look back at this stellar and criminally overlooked classic of the franchise. Square may have developed Final Fantasy IX alongside Final Fantasy VIII, but the two were quite different. While the emo Squall, Quistis and the rest of the time-travelling SeeDs had more realistic designs, the characters and world of Final Fantasy IX stayed in line with the more traditional art style of Final Fantasy's disproportionate body types. Sure, Squall's crew was more realistic-looking than the blocky, deformed models in Zidane and Cloud's posses, but that doesn't mean that Final Fantasy VIII or even Final Fantasy XII were better games just because their characters were "normal"-looking.
Hironobu Sakaguchi, the creator of the Final Fantasy series, is bringing his hit mobile RPG, Terra Battle, to major consoles.
Square Enix has confirmed it's oblivious to the millions of fans asking for a Final Fantasy VII remake with a survey asking what they should do next.
GungHo Online Entertainment's popular Puzzle & Dragons mobile game collides with the biggest RPG series of them all, Final Fantasy.
The forge smiths at 'Man at Arms' are back to make the finest ginsu set we've ever seen: a bunch of kitchen knives based on Final Fantasy sword designs.