Final Fantasy Trading Card Game Set for October 28

 

Square Enix has announced a release date for the English version of the Final Fantasy Trading Card Game.

The real-life trading card game will launch on October 28th in both North America and Europe. Featured above, Square Enix shared a first in their tutorial videos, showcasing the various types of cards, the play mat, and resource management.

The first set of cards is dubbed simply “Opus I,” and it feautres 216 cards. The booster packs for Opus I will include cards featuring artwork from series artists like Yoshitaka Amano, Tetsuya Nomura, and even Akihiko Yoshida. Every card has a standard and premium holographic/foil version.

Square Enix will also release Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy X, and Final Fantasy XIII-themed starter packs, all of which are available at launch.

Interview with Square Enix About Final Fantasy XIV

 

Interview in German.

Our Interview with Linda form Square Enix at the Animagic 2016 . Enjoy.

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Interview with Square Enix About Final Fantasy XV

 

Interview in German.

Our Interview with Kerstin form Square Enix at the Animagic 2016 . Enjoy.

Square Enix on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SquareEnix/
The Website of Square Enix:
http://eu.square-enix.com/de/

Interview done by Sam van Maris
Camera: Michel Freichel
Shot on one Canon Legria HFM46.
Editing: Sam van Maris

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E3 2016 – Final Fantasy XV Trailer

 

The trailer was a highlight reel of moments, featuring lots of chocobo riding, giant monsters, fighting, magic, car driving, and all the stuff we’ve already gotten out of Final Fantasy XV so far. It looks fast, fun, and like a great new addition to the Final Fantasy series.

It was then followed up by the Final Fantasy XV VR Experience. Instead of playing like the normal game, here you take control of Prompto. Promto could move around and you aimed and shot in first person. Here we saw the crew fighting the behemoth while the player sat back and took shots at it.

While it’s unsure if Final Fantasy XV VR Experience will have different gameplay styles, one final shot saw Prompto sitting in a car with Cidney while they drove down a highway.

Final Fantasy XV is coming out on September 30th for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Final Fantasy XV is Officially Launching in 2016

Square Enix posted a message for their fans awaiting Final Fantasy XV just in time for the new year.

Here’s the entire text portion of the message, from game director Hajime Tabata:

Happy New Year!

We will finally release FFXV this year, in 2016! In development, previous phases required wisdom and strength. However, moving forward the final phase will focus on effort and willpower.

I vow to you all that every member in the team will do their best to the very last possible moment taking responsibility and pride in their craft.

We will do everything we can do to finish FFXV to create an experience we are incredibly proud of and one that you will enjoy and treasure.

The whole FFXV team appreciates all of the support from each and everyone one of you this past year.

I cannot tell you how much it means to all of us.

We’d like to celebrate a wonderful New Year and as we approach the release of FFXV, I’d like to enjoy that moment with you all.

Director of FFXV Hajime Tabata

PlayStation Experience 2015: Final Fantasy VII Remake – PSX 2015 Trailer PS4

Sqaure Enix showed off Final Fantasy VII Remake’s gameplay right at the beginning of the PlayStation Experience Event in 2015. Take a look at the trailer above.

Aside from the absolutely amazing looks of the game itself, it appears that the team has adopted a more action based combat system, possibly something more akin to what Crisis Core played like.