Final Fantasy's star has lost its shine for many fans. We speak with the series' creators to learn how they're working to restore its former glory.
On the eve of E3 2014, the first in which we're well and truly "next-gen," Pete looks back on an underappreciated gem from Gen7 and ponders whether we'll ever see its like again.
Final Fantasy XIV's latest patch introduces the Sightseeing Log, an interesting means of celebrating the game's worldbuilding.
An expensive, choppy, claustrophobic, and ultimately disappointing port.
A magical girl suffers a psychotic break and goes on a roaring rampage of revenge in this subpar action RPG from the developers of Nier.
The publishing giant's indie outreach program came out of its trial phase and into live service a while ago. What's it got to offer?
Unsurprisingly, the insanely successful RPG franchise will see another entry, but what form will it take?
The second installment in the music game series brings new characters, new modes and a whole heap of classic songs.
Sony ends its minority ownership in Square Enix. What does it really mean for both companies?
Prepare yourself for battle in Eorzea with our comprehensive collection of guides to Square Enix's sprawling MMO.
Bought FFXIV on PS3 and want to upgrade? Go right ahead! Here's how.
Indies could soon be working on new Gex, Fear Effect and Anachronox titles.
Did you think your adventure was over once you reached level 50? Think again; there's plenty more to do.
The Primals of Eorzea giving you some trouble? Turn the tables with our handy guide to Final Fantasy XIV's toughest encounters.
The popularity of Square Enix's excellent Final Fantasy spinoff has given the company pause.
The adventure in Eorzea continues with a wealth of new content at the end of the month.
Interested in learning more about the world's most popular RPG series? Here's everything you need to know: what Final Fantasy is, how it plays through, what are the best and worst games in the series - and where you should get started!
Eurogamer contributor Rob de Vries argues that to create truly believable worlds, games need to let go of what's safe.
It's the odd moments, not the expected ones, that make this pair of visually remastered RPGs worth revisiting.
It's possible that we'll see a full Mana game for the 25th anniversary of the series.
That's something of a shift from what Square Enix said a month after its release.
A look at Final Fantasy X-2: Last Mission, wherein the Gullwings were indie before it was cool.
Thief's troubled reboot manages to rise above reproach in at least one area: The intricately crafted three-dimensional puzzle that is the City.
How Square Enix's new adventure game tackles the design problems that come with being a ghost.
Two of the three games in the pilot program look like they'll make it -- Ruffian's Game of Glens continues to struggle, however.
Small flaws and annoying design decisions steal Garrett's thunder and prevent this long-awaited stealth revival from living up to its legacy.
Final Fantasy XIV's dungeons provide you with some of the stiffest challenges in the game. Here's how to complete all the dungeons that will get you to level 50.
Want to see as much of Eorzea as you can in Final Fantasy XIV's PS4 beta? Then you'll need to get levelling.
Jumping into Final Fantasy XIV's PS4 beta this weekend? Or giving the PC version a go for the first time? Either way, Team USG helps you decide which role to play.
Whether deliberate or not, the divisive new Final Fantasy sequel does a curiously good job of dabbling in religious symbolism.
Naoki Yoshida's got big plans for Square Enix's rebooted MMO, coming soon to PS4.
A series that was once the defining name in RPGs is now often the target of scorn. Why?
Want to know how to meet Lightning in Square Enix's sprawling MMO? Read on.
The Final Fantasy XIII saga continues to be tremendously polarizing and occasionally somewhat baffling. But on the other hand, this final entry plays better than ever.
Silicon Studio and Square Enix's latest makes no attempt to hide its roots. Is this a firm foundation for a new game, or has the world moved on since Final Fantasy's PlayStation 1 era?
So you want to be a Salve-Maker in Bravely Default? Here's a comprehensive list of all the recipes you can cook up with your items.
A big part of Bravely Default's early game involves rebuilding Tiz's hometown of Norende. But why should you bother? Lots of reasons, as it happens.
Want to know how best to go about building your party? This exhaustive list of all the Jobs in the game will help you plan unstoppable party builds.
There's more than just Final Fantasy nostalgia at work in Square's extraordinary new 3DS RPG.
The RPG's producers talk about breaking away from Final Fantasy and building something new in its place.
Ruffian is one of the three developers kicking off the Square Enix collective program.
A new patch, an official soundtrack and a PlayStation 4 version, that's what.
The new version of Tomb Raider isn't worth a double-dip, but it stands far ahead what has come before.
But unlike the game's titular hero, Eidos' thinking man's FPS doesn't specialize in the art of surprise.
Eurogamer's Chris Donlan and Martin Robinson enjoy 30 seconds of glory before being plunged into chaos.
Fancy graphics only serve to highlight the odd nature of Final Fantasy's first PS2 outing.
Jeremy finds the latest Final Fantasy a bizarre, contradictory mishmash, and that's what he likes about it.
With its focus on mechanics over theatrics, Square-Enix's newest brand recalls the developer's salad days.
Don't let apparent and unwelcome feature creep from mobile games put you off one of the best RPGs in years; Square Enix shows us how to handle these things correctly.
The rather good upcoming JRPG for 3DS Bravely Default has had a few changes for its Western release. But were Nintendo and Square Enix right to make those changes?