For Monopoly lovers, Final Fantasy VII comes in the board game business.
This official licensed product is priced at $49.99 and currently set to ship on April 14, 2017.
Delve into the evolving city of Midgar in search of the latest business opportunities. Perhaps you’ll buy up a string of plots for housing development for the people, or go industrial and build a Mako reactor plant.
Trade with fellow players to secure key location and facilities and watch as savvy buyers secure a big pay day. A roll of a dice and a shrewd business mind will pave your way to success…Just watch out in case Shin-ra bring your empire crashing down!
Here is a trailer from World of Final Fantasy that showcases Grymoire
Just to recap, we have special editions for you fans who are interested or not.
This online-exclusive PlayStation 4 Collector's Edition is presented as a pop-up book with 3D paper cutouts. Inside the book you'll find the game, a special 80-pages hardcover art book, original soundtrack, a set of mini-figurines—including Cloud, Lightning, and Squall—and some digital bonuses such as mirages, summons, and Japanese voiceover.
There's also a $59.99 Limited Edition for PS4 and PS Vita, which packs the game with a 24-page art book and digital bonuses.
Europe gets this:
The online-only Limited Edition, which is priced at €119.99. It features all the goodies found in the North American version.
Post by ShadowKnight508 on Aug 15, 2016 2:54:12 GMT
Final Fantasy XV Hit With Two Month Delay, Will Launch On November 29th, 2016 (Credit to Kotaku):
It’s been ten years: what’s two more months? Publisher Square Enix has briefed certain people on the corporate level of the retail chain GameStop that Final Fantasy XV will now come out on November 29, according to a number of sources. The highly anticipated RPG was previously scheduled for September 30.
The news of this apparent delay was first reported last night by the website Gamnesia, citing sources at GameStop. Kotaku has also heard from a separate GameStop source that Square has indeed briefed some people at the corporate level about the new November 29 release date.
A second, non-retail source familiar with the game also confirmed the delay.
Don’t start calling 30 GameStops to try to disprove this rumor, though—most stores have not yet been briefed on the delay. Many GameStops have already received Final Fantasy XV standees showing the old September release date, with instructions to put them up Sunday night or Monday morning. Soon, they’ll likely receive stickers with the new release date.
In response to some internet skepticism, Gamnesia published this image, which matches other marketing materials Kotaku has seen, instructing GameStop employees to change the date on their Final Fantasy XV displays:
Before you get upset, know this: Delays are almost universally a good thing for everyone (except maybe the business people). Rumors had been floating around for a while now that Final Fantasy XV was in rough shape from a technical perspective, and two months is a huge amount of time for optimization and polish. If true, this delay will likely lead to a better game.
Square Enix did not return a request for comment. (In fairness, it’s Saturday.)
We have Final fantasy in Tabletop games for North America and Europe.
Final Fantasy TCG: Opus 1 tabletop game Chocobo's Crystal Hunt
Chocobo's Crystal Hunt is based off the characters that were introduced throughout the series but further developed in the spin-off Chocobo video games. Unlike Opus 1, it is not a trading card game, so everything that the three to five players need to enjoy the game comes in the box. The product site also boasts brand new illustrations made specifically for the game. Each game box includes 43 cards (14 Chocobo, 5 Fat Chocobo, 4 each of Fire, Water, Wind, and Earth Crystal, and 4 each of Bomb and Ahriman Monster cards), 5 Player Markers, 5 Victory Tokens, and an instruction manual.
Square Enix describes Chocobo's Crystal Hunt's gameplay and story as "help the Chocobos out on their Crystal hunt! Send your cute Chocobos on a journey to steal your opponents' crystals... before they steal yours! Use your intuition and observation skills in this fast-paced, fun and addictive game for all ages." The game is listed for US$19.99 on the Square Enix online product store.
Trailer for Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia smartphone game
The game's current character roster includes: Warrior of Light (Final Fantasy), Firion (Final Fantasy II), Onion Knight (Final Fantasy III), Cecil Harvey (Final Fantasy IV), Bartz Klauser (Final Fantasy V), Terra Branford (Final Fantasy VI), Cloud Strife (Final Fantasy VII), Seifer Almasy (Final Fantasy VIII), Zidane Tribal (Final Fantasy IX), Yuna (Final Fantasy X), Vaan (Final Fantasy XII), Hope Estheim (Final Fantasy XIII), Y'shtola (Final Fantasy XIV), and Rem Tokimiya (Final Fantasy Type-0). The site lists one more unannounced character from Final Fantasy XI.
Here's a trailer showing the behind the scenes for the English cast:
Ray Chase as Noctis Lucis Caelum Robbie Daymond as Prompto Argentum Adam Croasdell as Ignis Scientia Chris Parson as Gladiolus Amicitia Jim Pirri as Regis Lucis Caelum Amy Shiels as Lunafreya Nox Fleuret Darin De Paul as Ardyn Izunia Matthew Mercer as Cor Leonis Kari Wahlgren as Aranea
The game is slated for release on November 29 after a delay. The game will have a Deluxe Edition, which will come with a steelbook case, a copy of the Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV film, and three DLC items, including: a Royal Raiment outfit, a Masamune weapon, and a Platinum Leviathan recoloring of the Regalia vehicle. The Deluxe Edition is available for pre-order for US$89.99.
The Collector's Edition will include all the items in the Deluxe Edition, but also adds a 192-page art book, an Play Arts Kai figure of Noctis, a soundtrack that includes music from the game as well as the Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV anime and the Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV film, a copy of the Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV anime, and four additional items, including: a Travel Pack, Camera Kit, Angler Set, and Gourmand Set. The Collector's Edition retails for US$269.99.
Sora comes to World of Final Fantasy as DLC character
World of Final Fantasy is now available on PS4 and PS Vita, but there's more content in the pipes for the not-so-distant future. Coming this winter is Kingdom Hearts hero Sora, who will be sporting his Dream Drop Distance HD outfit and available to download for a limited time this winter.
More information will be announced later, but it looks like Sora's arrival is set for sometime in January to coincide with the Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8: Final Chapter Prologue launch.
The launch trailer is released as the game is released today.
The official YouTube channel for Square Enix's Final Fantasy XV PlayStation 4 and Xbox One game began streaming a launch trailer for the game on Tuesday. The video shows clips from the story and gameplay, and features the song "Fast Lane" by Bad Meets Evil.
Final Fantasy XV launched on Tuesday, November 29 outside Japan after a delay. The game has a Deluxe Edition, which comes with a steelbook case, a copy of the Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV film, and three DLC items, including: a Royal Raiment outfit, a Masamune weapon, and a Platinum Leviathan recoloring of the Regalia vehicle. The Deluxe Edition is available for pre-order for US$89.99.
The Collector's Edition includes all the items in the Deluxe Edition, but also adds a 192-page art book, an Play Arts Kai figure of Noctis, a soundtrack that includes music from the game as well as the Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV anime and the Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV film, a copy of the Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV anime, and four additional items, including: a Travel Pack, Camera Kit, Angler Set, and Gourmand Set. The Collector's Edition retails for US$269.99.
Square Enix is also offering a Digital Premium Edition of the game that includes the downloadable version of the game and the Season Pass for six upcoming DLC. The Digital Premium Edition retails for US$84.99.
Updates on the Sora DLC for the World of Final Fantasy
Sora will be available in Japan from tomorrow, January 12th, and his DLC will be free of charge until the end of March. A western date has yet to be announced, but we'd be surprised if it didn't come over.
The PS4 Remaster of Final Fantasy XII was announced to ship in North America and Europe on July 11 and in Japan and Asia on July 13 to mark the 30th anniversary of Final Fantasy franchise and the 20th anniversary since Square released the Final Fantasy VII game.