#Final Fantasy


Crisis Core –Final Fantasy 7– Reunion Review

Crisis Core –Final Fantasy 7– Reunion is a perfect example of how a game can blur the line between a remaster and a remake, using the skeleton of its already great 2007 PSP original while completely rebuilding the muscle around it. Every change brings it much closer to 2020’s excellent Final Fantasy 7 Remake, from its gorgeously updated graphics to its considerably faster combat. However, Crisis Core stops short of the total upheaval FF7R leaned into, and many design choices made with the original PSP game in mind prevent this remaster from being an entirely unblemished reunion.
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Sonic Co-Creator Reportedly Arrested Again for Insider Trading Involving a Final Fantasy Game

Sonic the Hedgehog co-creator Yuji Naka has reportedly been arrested again for suspected insider trading involving a Final Fantasy game. As reported by Japanese news outlet The Asahi Shimbun and translated by Bloomberg reporter Takashi Mochizuki on Twitter (below), the Tokyo District Public Prosecutor's Office has apparently once again arrested Naka alongside other former Square Enix employees.
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Fortnite Rumor Claims Final Fantasy Content Could be Coming

Fortnite has featured characters and content based on just about every major IP in existence, but there are some franchises that have yet to appear in the game. One of those is Final Fantasy, but that could be changing if a new rumor is to be believed. The rumor started with YouTuber Tabor Hill. As reliable Fortnite leaker @ShiinaBR points out, Hill's Fortnite "Wish List" video contained actual leaks for the game. In that video, Hill mentioned Final Fantasy, so it's possible this was more than just some wishful thinking on the YouTuber's part!
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How Final Fantasy Got The Sonic Creator Arrested Again

Weeks after he was arrested for similar charges, it's been reported that "Sonic the Hedgehog" creator Yuji Naka has once again been detained by police. This time, the reason pertains to "Final Fantasy." On November 17, it was reported that Yuji Naka — former head of the "Sonic" franchise at...

The best Legend of Zelda clones you can play on Android

Readers like you help support Android Police. When you make a purchase using links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Read More. Most fans already know Legend of Zelda will never make its way to Android. To experience the classic adventures of Link and Zelda across multiple games, you'll have to turn to Nintendo. Unfortunately, not all of us are multi-platform gamers or have the luxury to buy every handheld/system to play our favorite genres. Don't despair, though. Thankfully some fantastic Android games have taken great inspiration from Legend of Zelda titles, ranging from the classics like Link to the Past to modern-day entries like Breath of the Wild. We've rounded up the best Legend of Zelda clones that pair well with your favorite Android gaming phone.

Sonic The Hedgehog's creator has been arrested yet again

Renowned video game industry titan and Sonic co-creator Yuji Naka has been arrested for the second time regarding allegations of insider trading before a new Final Fantasy game was announced to the public. Naka has been subject to a bizarre series of events that seem to have started with the...

Final Fantasy XIV kicks off a new Moogle Treasure Trove on December 12th

Are you waiting for Final Fantasy XIVs on Patch 6.3 but feel like you don’t have anything to do in the interim? Are you scuffing your feet in the gravel by the road, waiting for a voice by the 1960’s announcement to wave above your door and ask what’s done, Billy? (For the purpose of this scenario, you are named Billy.) Would you if you were to respond, gosh, mister, you want to play FFXIV, but you just didn’t have anything right now?

Bandai Namco Files Trademark For a Tales of Arise Project

Just like Square Enix has Final Fantasy, Bandai Namco has the Tales series. The latest installment, Tales of Arise, was well-received by the audience. It has an engaging story, great voice acting, and amazing combat. Now, while the developers behind the RPG announced there wasn’t going to be a DLC or sequel, Bandai Namco just filed a new trademark. This is related to something called Tales of Arise Beyond the Dawn. We have no idea what this might be. In many cases, several trademarks just stay like that and the companies never do anything. However, the speculation of a Tales of Arise spin-off just rose due to this trademark.

Final Fantasy 16 Standard and Deluxe Edition Details

Sources have given Insider Gaming exclusive access to Final Fantasy 16’s standard and deluxe edition details. “Ketsy’s Lucky Charm” is an accessory that increases the amount of gill you can get when equipped. “Scholar’s Glasses” are accessories that increase the amount of experience points you can gain...

Final Fantasy I

Is a simple RPG reflective of the genre’s infancy — and it’s frankly all the better for it. The original Final Fantasy is simplicity at its best: form a party, explore the world, kill some bad guys, and charge your crystals. It’s a pure adventure from top to bottom that places an emphasis on your experience above all else. There’s a respectable degree of choice at play. Not so much where you’re bogged down by options or can change how the story plays out, but enough where each playthrough has a distinct personality tied to you personally. The very first decision you make in Final Fantasy fundamentally impacts your playthrough: how do you build your party? You can’t change your party once they’re selected, so you have to make sure who you bring suits your play style and gameplay interests for the whole game. This adds an element of replayability to the experience. Different party compositions greatly shake up the core gameplay, offering specific advantages and disadvantages.

The Alchemist Code Crossover Event

The Alchemist’s Code is a Tactical RPG mobile game first released in the west in 2016 and developed by the Gumi corporation. The Gumi Corporation is known for crossing over with other popular properties including Final Fantasy, The Time I was Reincarnated as a Slime, and Brave Frontier. This tradition continues with a second collaboration with the hit anime Rising of the Shield Hero, which runs between November 17 and December 7th.

Former Square Enix devs rearrested over second case of suspected insider trading — report

Two former Square Enix developers, Taisuke Sasaki and Yuji Naka, have reportedly been rearrested on suspicion of insider trading relating to mobile game Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier developer, Ateam. According to Japanese outlet Asahi, Taisuke Sasaki and Yuji Naka are reportedly suspected of using insider knowledge to have...

‘Sonic’ co-creator Yuji Naka arrested again over ‘Final Fantasy’ insider trading

Sonic The Hedgehog co-creator Yuji Naka has been arrested once again for alleged insider trading. Last month, Naka was one of three people arrested after it was allegedly revealed that he purchased 10,000 shares in Aiming Co, before information about the company’s lucrative contract to help create a Dragon Quest mobile game had been made public.

Square Enix Music shares the nostalgia with Final Fantasy Video Soundtrack

Recently Square Enix has been embracing YouTube as a platform for official soundtrack downloads, though most of those are purely just the music. This latest project, however, is tying the iconic tunes to video footage. The Video Soundtrack series only includes a few Final Fantasy I tracks right now, namely...

So you want to get into the Final Fantasy Series…

To call Final Fantasy a titan of the RPG world is a profound understatement. For many, it is the RPG series. For many others, it used to be. Some consider it a home for tradition, others an experimental playground. It’s a series that’s as divisive as any, but one that nonetheless keeps breaking sales records and posting success after success. But with 15 mainline games to date, the only type of fan left behind in the discussion is the non-fan.

Yuji Naka Reportedly Re-Arrested, Now For Final Fantasy Insider Trading

Earlier this year, we learned that Sonic the Hedgehog co-creator Yuji Naka had been arrested for taking part in an insider trading scandal that involved Dragon Quest Tact, a smartphone game published by his former employee Square Enix. Well, it looks like the longtime game developer has reportedly gotten in trouble with the law once again.

Yuji Naka Got Arrested, Again, This Time Over Final Fantasy

Yuji Naka, who was arrested last month for insider trading involving a Dragon Quest game, has now been arrested again, this time for Final Fantasy. The co-creator of Sonic was arrested for potential insider trading related to the mobile game, Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier. He along with fellow now ex-Square Enix employee Taisuke Sazaki were allegedly investing in the game’s developer ATeam Entertainment based on non-public knowledge about the game’s reveal.
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Most video game reboots stink. But not the latest Final Fantasy.

One of the most anticipated video games of the year isn’t really new. It’s 15 years old. And it’s a prequel to a game that’s even older. The new game is Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion, set for release next week. It’s a reboot of a hand-held game with almost the same name from 2007, except with nicer graphics and sped-up battles so it can be resold for modern systems, including new PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo consoles. It’s also a prequel to yet another game reboot, 2020’s Final Fantasy VII Remake.