Final Fantasy IV sequel announced for mobile phones

By Phil | December 13, 2007 at 11:11 am

In a move that certainly won’t irritate any old-school nostalgia junkies, Square Enix, according to the usually reliable, Japanese-reading RPG-o-philes at NeoGAF, has announced Final Fantasy IV The After – Return to the Moon for mobile phones, a direct sequel to SE’s classic RPG Final Fantasy IV.
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Atlus announces Baroque for Wii, PS2

By Phil | December 12, 2007 at 5:01 pm

Just when you thought that the Wii was getting a little bit too synonymous with Mary Kay parties and your grandma, news comes that reminds us that there are still companies that cater to folks who spend more time in dark basements. Today, Atlus USA is that company, because it announced this morning that it’s once again teaming up with Sting, the makers of Yggdra Union and Riviera: The Promised Land, to bring North America an incredibly, incredibly emo-sounding RPG for the Wii (oh, and also the PS2) called Baroque. *surprised look*

Hit the link to see more details, a gaggle of screens, and a trailer.
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Do the evolution

By Phil | December 11, 2007 at 10:11 am

Updates for the rest of the week will probably be sporadic due to a number of staff members dealing with life-related dealiemabobs. Heath and Janelle, for instance, moved to Japan this week, and are currently embroiled in a sorta-close-to-epic battle with ninja and samurai and Eskimos and other hilariously hackneyed stereotypes in the hopes that one day the Internet in their cubbyhole will suck less.

On the opposite end of the spectrum, my disappearance as of late has, as usual, been due to non-life-related things. Curious, you say? Then read on, you nosey bastard!
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Editorial: Why Eidos is getting more crap than it deserves

By Phil | December 4, 2007 at 7:20 pm

Every internet-addicted video game dork worth his or her salt has by now heard about GameSpot’s controversial firing of Jeff “Mr. 8.8” Gerstmann. The community has erupted in outrage over GameSpot and Eidos shirking ethics for the sake of a buck, as both Eidos and GameSpot, as well as GameSpot’s parent company CNET, have endured a volley of anger over the past 4 days.

But you know who’s really getting more flak than it deserves? Eidos.
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Review: Richard Garriott’s Tabula Rasa

By Phil | November 17, 2007 at 5:44 pm

Feeling more absent-minded than usual on this day, staff “does stuff guy” Phil foregoes trying to come up with an interesting intro and just posts the link to Michael Wayland’s Tabula Rasa review.

Hellgate: London subscribers endure major billing flubs

By Phil | November 7, 2007 at 12:29 am

Gameplay bugs aren’t the only thing plaguing Flagship Studios’ recently released action RPG Hellgate: London. A bevy of subscribers to the game’s online pay service are reporting billing problems the likes of which could turn into a PR nightmare for Hellgate‘s fledgling developer.
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Crisis Core blog part 1

By Phil | September 19, 2007 at 1:10 pm

It’s been a long time coming.

Little about Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII passed the collective lips of Square Enix for over a year after its initial 2004 announcement, leading some to question the game’s existance. Much like it was with Final Fantasy III DS, however, those calls of “vaporeware!” were rebuked when those sparse, one-sentence trickles of information eventually turned into torrents of details and screenshots.
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New(ish) FFIV DS scans

By Phil | September 18, 2007 at 3:35 pm

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Source: NeoGAF

FFIV DS, DQIX, Tales of Innocence scans

By Phil | September 13, 2007 at 5:18 am

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2 short Tales of Innocence clips

By Phil | September 7, 2007 at 6:19 am

2 more short movies. Only this time, they concern only two characters: Ruca and Iria.

Download Ruca character movie #2

Download Iria character movie #2


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