Tagged: Famitsu

Famitsu Gets Preview of New E3 Trailer

  Today, Famitsu is reporting that in addition to a new video being uploaded to the official Final Fantasy XIV YouTube channel, there will be a new trailer released at E3.  Famitsu has one screenshot from the new trailer to...
Read more »

Examiner.com examines Famitsu E3 preview

Examiner.com is reporting that the latest Famitsu issue features a preview of E3, complete with questions of several publishers about their plans.  And what of Square Enix?  According to Examiner.com, Square Enix will not be holding a press conference (boo),...
Read more »

Andriasang leaks Famitsu information

Andriasang, a Japanese gaming blog, is reporting that the next Famitsu will feature an interview with the Final Fantasy XIV team.  Their bullet point summary, which came from another gaming blog, Game Jouhou, is as follows: The alpha test had...
Read more »

Famitsu Developer Q/A from April 9th

Pop quiz! 1)  What’s the name of the server Final Fantasy XIV testers are currently playing on? 2)  How are FFXIV surnames and FFXI character names related? 3)  Can players level up in FFXIV? You don’t need to be an...
Read more »

Famitsu: A Little Look at Limsa Lominsa

Famitsu released another look at the only available city during the current alpha test – Limsa Lominsa.  Again we have mostly images, and not a whole lot of really new content, but the eye-candy of this city is worth it! ...
Read more »

Famitsu and Dengeki Interviews Regarding Alpha

Two articles have recently surfaced in the Japanese Press over the last few days. Unfortunately our trusty translator Corinth is in the process of moving into a new apartment due to some unexpected issues regarding water. I worked a bit...
Read more »

Famitsu Interview with Developers Okada, Sato, and Iwao

Another day, another article.  Today’s information is also courtesy of Famitsu.  Along with the developer comments they had for the various classes, they also had a short one page interview with the three developers.  Once again, let’s take a look...
Read more »