Another quiet week in the magazines. Everyone wants new information but there doesn’t seem to be anything out there. What few mentions came out this week were all tied to FFXI but, even still, there were some interesting ideas and something to look forward to in the future. Let’s take a look at the magazines
We are proud to announce that Eorzeapedia now has support for 5 languages! The languages include the 4 announced languages in which Final Fantasy XIV will be released – English, Japanese, French, and German – as well as Spanish. If there is a demand to include support for additional languages in the future, the staff
Yesterday, the Distant Worlds concert series came to the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall in Baltimore, Maryland. One Eorzeapedia community member was fortunate enough to attend the concert and posted about their experience in our forums. During the performance, the E3 trailer for Final Fantasy XIV was played on the large screens that were set up for
FFXIV isn’t even out and the forums are buzzing with activity speculating on all the various things that will be in the new MMO. Square Enix has definitely done their part to promote speculation, with a trailer, screenshots, and two pieces of artwork, a logo by famed FF concept artist Yoshitaka Amano and a large
It’s been a quiet two weeks for the magazines. Weekly Famitsu hasn’t had anything new, focusing instead on the soon-to-be released Dragon Quest XI for the Nintendo DS. Dengeki PlayStation however got another interview to run in their FFXI section, this time with FFXI and FFXIV Producer Hiromichi Tanaka and Kouichi Ogawa, director of ToA,
A Final Fantasy XIV group has surfaced on the Square Enix Members website! Joining the group will allow you to join discussions on the groups message boards, just like on our own forums. Message boards like this provide a great way to spend time and talk with other excited fans as we all wait for
Every Friday, Weekly Famitsu comes out with general information on console games. Approximately every two weeks, Dengeki PlayStation covers PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 3 news. This week, both have their E3 reports. Let’s take a look at how the Japanese printed press treated FFXIV this week:
Recent job postings on Square Enix’s European website show that a beta for Final Fantasy XIV may start as early as September. Several job posts for Game Masters and Game Testers have appeared on the job page for Square Enix Europe. Each of the job openings requires the applicant be familiar with Final Fantasy XI,
A few days ago we reported on Elmer’s summary of the Japanese media’s coverage of Square Enix’s E3 interviews on Final Fantasy XIV. Today, we can give a more detailed look at what one of those interviews had to say. Most of the answers are things we already know, however it seems that a beta
Elmer over at ZAM has written up a summary from three popular Japanese news sources (GameWatch, 4Gamer, Famitsu) who all got the chance to sit down with Hiromichi Tanaka and Nobuaki Komoto after the Square Enix E3 press conference on Wednesday. In the information given, Tanaka mentions that initially, they wanted to add a second
Yesterday the team over at IGN was able to get in an interview with the team behind Final Fantasy XIV and get some more information about the upcoming game. The interview answers questions about chocobos, music composition, and even things that are hidden in the game’s logo done by Yoshitaka Amano! You can check out
This afternoon during Square Enix’s E3 press conference, there was a Q&A session regarding the newly announced Final Fantasy XIV. Square Enix representatives including the producer of both FFXI and FFXIV, Hiromichi Tanaka, answered questions regarding the new game. It is also worth noting that Michael Christopher Koji Fox was in attendance as a translator.
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