Final Fantasy 7 Avaliable Again On PC
0 CommentsPosted by ScottHughes on August 14, 2012 under News
Hey all of you Final Fantasy 7 lovers! I know there are quite a bit of you out there, you are all very vocal about anything in relation to your baby. Ever wanted to own another copy of FF7? Well now you can! Square-Enix has released their updated PC port of FF7 to their website for purchase today. I say re-released because there already exists a PC version of FF7, albeit a less than ideal ve... more.
Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Gets North American Release Date
0 CommentsPosted by Jeffrey Trewin on April 5, 2012 under Articles & News, News
Theatrhythm Final Fantasy will be released in North America on July 3, 2012, according to Square Enix. Square Enix had previously revealed that the game would be coming to North America at some point this summer, and now the official date has been announced. Theatrhythm Final Fantasy celebrates 25 years of the Final Fantasy series by including musical entries from the franchise's entire histo... more.
Finally Clarification — Final Fantasy X HD Is A Remaster, Not A Remake
0 CommentsPosted by DJ on February 5, 2012 under Articles & News, General, News
Way back, in what feels like a million years ago, Square Enix announced at the Tokyo Game Show that they would be re-releasing one of the best titles of the Playstation 2 era, Final Fantasy X. Although up to this point we've had barely any information on whether this "re-release" was going to be a remastering of the title or a complete overhaul of the entire game. Well today that has been clari... more.
Most profitable businesses in video games
0 CommentsPosted by Raymond on September 28, 2011 under Articles & News, Original Content
OK, so we all cannot be heroes of time, super humans with cybernetic implants or especially Nathan Drake, so where does that leave the other 99.99% of the population in video game universes? If you’re a shop clerk or a business owner; who do you think has the best non hero/villain jobs in video games? G3 takes a look at some of the most profitable jobs in video games. [caption id="attachment_... more.
Memorable Video game character hair part 1
0 CommentsPosted by Raymond on August 9, 2011 under Articles & News, Original Content
In the world of gaming, hair can be a portal into the mind of the character. It can produce a small indication of brashness, conformity or even insanity, but the ultimate objective is to give the character a memorable appearance. So here are some of the most memorable “dos” in video game history. Guile (Street Fighter series) Who didn’t see this one coming a mile away? If you didn’t, y... more.
Top PS2 games to be remastered on PS3
6 CommentsPosted by ITANI on May 29, 2011 under Articles & News, Featured, Original Content
Since the God of War & other series of collections were remastered on PS3 I’ve been thinking, there’s many more classics that were released on the PS2 that I & many people would love to see released on the PS3 in high definition and including some trophies in there, that’s a dream come true. The God of War collection brought back some amazing memories while I played it. I’m sure yo... more.
Top Game Music/Songs Part I
2 CommentsPosted by ITANI on March 28, 2011 under Articles & News, Featured, Original Content
Storyline, gameplay, length and then comes music or maybe it comes before all? Music is what makes scenes intense, it's what enhances the gaming experience, it's what makes you think about the game when you're away from it. Music in my opinion is as powerful as story and gameplay. Today I will present to you, some of the top, most inspirational music and songs that have been created during the y... more.
Sequels Suck, and Here’s Why
7 CommentsPosted by ItsEvan on March 15, 2011 under Articles & News, Featured, Original Content, Uncategorized
I can't even walk into a game retailer with a shred of dignity these days. I look at the shelves, and all I see are titles of games with #2's or #3's tacked on to them. Are gamers so insecure that they are willing to buy sequels of sequels of prequels of games? Or is the industry to be blamed for not being innovative? To be fair, there are definitely some games that just NEED sequels, like a Ho... more.
Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection Announced
0 CommentsPosted by Gabriel Lopez on December 14, 2010 under Articles & News, News
Remember Final Fantasy IV (or II in America on the SNES) the one game Square Enix will never stop remaking? Well guess what? They are re-making it once more. Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection has just been announced for the PSP in Japan. Now you may be thinking what makes it so complete? Well the game not only includes an updated version of Final Fantasy IV (much like the 20th Annivers... more.
Video Game Crossovers that might never happen
0 CommentsPosted by Raymond on April 14, 2010 under Articles & News, Original Content
The crossover: a great way to combine 2 franchises that would otherwise have nothing to do with each other. Famous crossovers have included Spiderman meeting the X-men, Soul Calibur fighters meeting Star Wars characters and the cast of Gilligan's Island meeting the Harlem Globetrotters. So with the announcement of a Gears of War/Lost Planet video game, G3 is going to play around with some ideas o... more.
Square Enix Announces Three Battle Area Add-On Scenarios For Final Fantasy XI
0 CommentsPosted by Chris Meichtry on March 4, 2010 under Articles & News, Featured, News
Apparently, support for Final Fantasy XI isn't ending quite as soon as many of us thought. In fact, Square Enix has recently announced that they will be releasing three new add-on scenarios at $9.99 apiece. The price seems a bit steep, but many fans of the popular MMORPG will likely have no problem shelling out the extra dough. Releasing later this year, the three add-ons will require the p... more.
Things I learned from Video Games (part 1)
1 CommentsPosted by Raymond on February 16, 2010 under Articles & News, Original Content
"If life throws you lemons; make lemonade". We've all heard about that little saying once or twice before, and while not to be taken in a literal sense (unless you work at a lemonade stand), it is an important lesson to remember. But what lessons does this generation have to live by in our digital age? It just so happens that video games seem to be pretty good at dishing out some advice on how to ... more.
Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy 2 For iPhone and iPod Touch
0 CommentsPosted by Luke on January 21, 2010 under News
Square Enix has announced today that they will be releasing Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy 2 for iPhone and iPod Touch that should be good news to fans of the series. It’s been 20 years since the originals were released and the screenshots below show some nice and shiny graphics, similar to the PSP versions. No release date has been announced as yet, and neither has a price, so stay tuned in... more.
Blunders of the Gaming Age: Final Fantasy VIII
6 CommentsPosted by John on July 1, 2009 under Columns
As I said last time, this is a fairly controversial choice to label as a blunder. However, Final Fantasy VIII marked a low point in both logic, storytelling and gameplay in the series. I never really noticed this until I started looking at what makes a truly good game though. While it isn't the lowest point the core series has reached, it was hard to do worse. (more...)... more.