Before Meteor: Final Fantasy XIV Original Soundtrack coming to blu-ray

By: Erren Van Duine A new listing for an all-new Final Fantasy XIV soundtrack has shown up over at VGMdb, suggesting that the music from the original game will be making its way to store shelves later this year. Titled “Before Meteor: Final Fantasy XIV Original Soundtrack,” the release will be available on blu-ray disc for ¥5250 (approximately $50). The disc will come houses with the … Continue reading Before Meteor: Final Fantasy XIV Original Soundtrack coming to blu-ray

Final Fantasy VIII achievements show up in Steam database

By:  Erren Van Duine Nearly two years ago, Final Fantasy VIII (along with Final Fantasy VII) showed up in Steam’s registry database. The original find, reported on by RPG Site, contained dummy files for both titles – with FFVIII appearing to be a modified version of the original PC release. Since their discovery, the files were promptly removed and their existence fell into obscurity. Last year, however, … Continue reading Final Fantasy VIII achievements show up in Steam database

Select Final Fantasy titles now 50% off on North American PlayStation Network

By:  Erren Van Duine Following Japan and Europe, North American fans will now be able to enjoy several digital Final Fantasy titles at a discounted price. The PlayStation Blog promises 50% off select games in the series, ranging from the classics, to the newer Dissidia Final Fantasy. Presumably the sale will commence tomorrow during the regularly scheduled PSN update. You can catch a list of the discounted titles … Continue reading Select Final Fantasy titles now 50% off on North American PlayStation Network

New Final Fantasy X Play Arts Kai Yuna and Tidus in the works

By:  Erren Van Duine Final Fantasy VII won’t be the only classic entry seeing new figures. Square Enix’s Hidemi Matsuzuka has revealed newly designed Yuna and Tidus from Final Fantasy X. The pair will be joining the company’s Play Arts Kai line within the new year. The current models are prototypes, but you can expect to see them and even more Square Enix merchandise at the New York … Continue reading New Final Fantasy X Play Arts Kai Yuna and Tidus in the works

VG Music Spotlight: Guardia Millennial Fair (Chrono Trigger)

By: Jared Scott Released in 1995 during a golden age of gaming, Chrono Trigger graced our Western shores on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Considered by many to be one of the best RPGs of the SNES, it holds a special place in the hearts of both old-school gamers and newer gamers who have had a chance to play any of its several rereleases. While … Continue reading VG Music Spotlight: Guardia Millennial Fair (Chrono Trigger)

Test your Theatrhythm Final Fantasy skills at Distant Worlds The Celebration in Chicago next week

By: Erren Van Duine Will you be attending Distant Worlds in Chicago next week? Square Enix promises even more activities aside from the concert proper. Those who arrive to the lobby early enough will be treated to a duet performance by Nobuo Uematsu and Arnie Roth at 6:40PM. The pair will be performing a rendition of various chocobo themes as well as Dark World from … Continue reading Test your Theatrhythm Final Fantasy skills at Distant Worlds The Celebration in Chicago next week