Author: Michael Swayne

Tekken 7 – Noctis Lucis Caelum Reveal Trailer

Bandai Namco Entertainment officially reveals Noctis Lucis Caelum from Final Fantasy XV to be joining the roster of fighters in Tekken 7 in Spring 2018. The trailer was reveal at the Tekken World Tour Finals. Purchasing a season pass will secure the characters, Geese Howard and Noctis. Check out the official screenshots and trailer below. Tekken 7 is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Microsoft Windows. Tekken 7 – Noctis (Final Fantasy XV) Reveal...

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Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition – Coming Soon

One of the side projects tied in with Final Fantasy XV is the “Pocket Edition”.  It is meant to bring the story of the console game straight to your smartphone or mobile device.  And now Square Enix has uploaded a video on its North American YouTube channel a video featuring details on what to expect when the game comes out later this fall.  Continue reading to watch the video and find out how you can experience the game in an all-new way. Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition – Fall 2017 Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition will be split into 10...

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Episode Ignis – Coming in December

Fans of Ignis from Final Fantasy XV have been waiting for what seems like forever for his story arc, and it is finally on its way!  Through a video posted on Facebook today, the release date for Final Fantasy XV: Episode Ignis was revealed, as well as some footage of what the episode will entail.  Will it be based on cooking?  Will the chef learn a new recipe?  Continue reading to learn more, and to watch the video as well. Final Fantasy XV: Episode Ignis comes out December 13, 2017   Magic, Boating, and Titan!  Oh my!  Ignis, the bespectacled...

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Meshi Quest: Five-Star Kitchen – Review

Meshi Quest: Five-Star Kitchen is a food preparation puzzle game published by Square Enix, and the most recent version was released to the public on September 18, 2017.  It is also the game I am currently using to keep me calm and centered during my breaks at work.  I was searching the GooglePlay store for a free game that could keep my attention, and this game instantly popped up in my suggested apps to play.  So, I figured I would give it a shot.  And since it is a Square Enix game, I figured I could write a review...

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy – Review

If Dissidia Final Fantasy and Osu! had a baby, then Theatrhythm Final Fantasy is that baby!  I recently picked the title back up after having it collect dust for a few years, and remembered that the game is an excellent way to experience one of the things that makes the Final Fantasy franchise so great.  The music!  From the melodies that begin the games, to the battle themes, and all the way to the ending songs, this game is wonderful in that it focuses on the music of the iconic series. Theatrhythm Final Fantasy came out way back in...

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