Today, Capcom premiered the first trailer for the Resident Evil 4 remake. Originally released for the Nintendo Gamecube in 2005 before then being ported to practically every home console released since, Resident Evil 4 follows Resident Evil 2 protagonist Leon S. Kennedy six years after the events of Raccoon City as he goes on a
Today, Square Enix released a brand new trailer, “Dominance” for the long awaited Final Fantasy XVI. Before the trailer premiered, Producer Naoki Yoshida mentioned that they’ll soon be talking with media outlets to release more information about the game. He also shared the following message: And though the world finds itself in turmoil, we’ll continue
After being one of our top 5 reviews of last year, Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker had a lot to live up to with its first major patch following its release last December. With Patch 6.1 Newfound Adventure, FFXIV begins a new narrative instead of simply continuing where it left off, a first for the game
Last year, Square Enix opened a special site to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Final Fantasy XI. Since then, there have been many conversations with guests ranging from former Producer Hiromichi Tanaka, to Yoshitaka Amano, and Tetsuya Nomura. Most recently, Producer Akihiko Matsui has been speaking with Masato Kato, who worked on the plot of
Today, Capcom announced that they’ll be releasing upgraded versions of Resident Evil 2, Resident Evil 3, and Resident Evil 7 biohazzard on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. The upgrades will add new features to these RE Engine games including ray tracing, high frame rate, and 3D audio. On the PlayStation 5, the upgrade
I can remember being incredibly excited for the release of the original Destiny back in 2014. After all, it was the next big game from the company behind Halo, the game series that was responsible for many teenage back pains as I frequently hauled my Xbox and my large, heavy television to friend’s houses in
With the recent release of the Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker original soundtrack, Warriors of Light across the world have begun to get their copies. With this release, we’re finally able to take a look at the official lyrics for a handful of songs that were created for the latest expansion. Below, you’ll find lyrics for
Back in August of last year, we saw the release of the first batch of Square Enix’s Pixel Remasters with Final Fantasy, Final Fantasy II, and Final Fantasy III. Since then, we’ve also seen the release of Final Fantasy IV, and Final Fantasy V with the same treatment. And now, because of how counting works,
During the most recent Final Fantasy XIV Letter From the Producer LIVE broadcast, FFXIV Producer and Director Naoki Yoshida took to the internet to give us a look at the next 10 years of Final Fantasy XIV.
During a test broadcast for Final Fantasy XIV’s Letter from the Producer Live, Producer and Director Naoki Yoshida made a comment about discussions regarding the metaverse. The chat was instantly flooded with cries from players not to include NFTs into Final Fantasy XIV. Seeing this, Yoshida told everyone “We’re not going to be including NFTs
It’s been revealed that the next Final Fantasy XIV Letter from the Producer LIVE will take place on February 18th at 6:00 PM PT. During the broadcast, Producer and Director Naoki Yoshida will be discussing what the team has in store for the next 10 years of Final Fantasy XIV in their “Newfound Futures” portion
Today’s big gaming news comes from yet another Microsoft acquisition. This time, the company has set their sights on Activision Blizzard. The publisher of games such as World of Warcraft and Call of Duty is being purchased for $68.7 billion. Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer said today in a post that Activision Blizzard will operate
It’s no secret that Final Fantasy XIV has been suffering from its recent rise in popularity. The game saw an unexpected surge in players ahead of the release of the Endwalker expansion and, as a result, has had players waiting in long queues in order to just log-in to the game. Unfortunately, the solution of
When Square Enix launched the original version of Final Fantasy XIV in 2010, it was deemed a massive failure by both critics and players alike. Since then, the game has been successfully relaunched seen an increasingly growing playerbase and has just released its fourth expansion- Endwalker. Its previous expansion, Shadowbringers, was highly regarded by all
Ahead of the launch of Final Fantasy XIV’s Endwalker expansion, Square Enix told players in a post what they should expect when it came to server congestion. Unfortunately, since early access began on December 3, players have been dealing with long queue times coupled with errors that can make them lose their place in said
Now that the patch notes are out for Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker, we have an idea of where we can start our new adventures. Whether you’re looking to dive into the new story, try out the new jobs, or getting right into crafting and gathering, we’ve got you covered!
As we get ready to jump into early access to Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker, Square Enix has gone ahead and posted the preliminary patch notes for Patch 6.0. There is a lot for fans to read through as we wait for early access to start so make sure to check them out! Final Fantasy XIV
The last time we got to jump into a brand new expansion for Final Fantasy XIV, we praised it as the smoothest launch we had ever seen. As we approach the release of Endwalker later this week however, the concerns regarding server congestion remain, and are perhaps the biggest they’ve ever been. Back in July,
Last night, Square Enix re-uploaded the FFXIV 1.0 cinematic to its Final Fantasy XIV YouTube channel. But why? Could it be that with Endwalker early access starting later this week, the publisher wishes to remind people of what came before for nostalgia’s sake as we get ready to wrap up the Hydaelyn and Zodiark saga?
Fans of Final Fantasy XIV are eagerly awaiting the drop of the new music from the upcoming Endwalker expansion. Today, Square Enix released a music video of the track “Endwalker“. The song is performed by Sam Carter from Architects and Masayoshi Soken and The Primals. Lyrics were written by Michael-Christopher Koji Fox with a concept