Posts Tagged ‘Final Fantasy’
Review: Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy may not be the best rhythm-action game or the best RPG. But it may well be the best anniversary package in gaming
As the gaming community comes to grips with the polarising ending of Mass Effect 3, we take a look at 5 videogame endings that do it better
While the current trend for retreading old ground with slightly crisper visuals might not represent the industry at its most creative, there is something to be said for certain older titles getting the HD remake treatment. Here’s our top 10 HD remakes we want right now.
Square Enix’s Final Fantasy XIII-2 proves to be another majestic, if not befuddling, addition to the enduring series, as we reveal in the games™ review.
As the industry continues to churn out videogame remakes at startling frequency, games™ takes a look back at the top 10 videogame remakes ever.
New issue on sale now, featuring an in-depth look at the return of the Deus Ex franchise and how Human Revolution is fully equipped to thrust the series into the modern age with gusto. Also, we speak to Kojima Productions about Metal Gear Solid: Rising, take a trip to Shanghai to meet American McGee and check out his return to Wonderland, chat with the guys behind the incredible Euphoria engine and lose countless hours to Square Enix’s latest DS triumph, Dragon Quest IX.
Having already shown that it is keen to innovate in order to help the JRPG genre out of the rut in which it finds itself, what did Sqaure Enix do next? Why, it made the most traditional and old-fashioned JRPG in years, of course. And man, are we ever glad it did…
For all the graphical improvements, innovative control schemes, and advances in AI, there remains one thing that terrifies developers: tragedy. From abuse to suicide to loss, there are a range of topics that game designers appear unwilling to explore in their work. games™ delves into development taboos