Final Fantasy 15 Features
COMMUNITY POLL | Are you excited for Stadia now that we know a bit more about the platform?
Some Final Fantasy games have remakes of their remakes. What's the definitive version of each single-player mainline installment? Let us help you.
Square Enix’s latest splinter project appears to be striking out in new yet familiar directions.
I'm glad someone finally started thinking about the well-being of Gladio's nipples.
ROUNDTABLE | In honor of Final Fantasy XV's new PC release, Kat, Caty, Nadia, Mike, and Hirun give their thoughts on the divisive JRPG.
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD | Kat is joined by special guests David Craddock and John Learned as they pay tribute to a pioneering action RPG.
Want to get into Final Fantasy? We list entry points for beginning, intermediate, and experienced fans of the series.
PODCAST | Hellblade's unexpected success, the Switch's big week, and the ongoing loot box crisis. Warning: A Huge Rant is Approaching Fast
That feeling when the deadliest catch is fan service.
Mods are "go" for Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition, and the game sure can benefit from a little fan-tinkering. Here's how.
STARTING SCREEN | Hey, Square Enix and Sega, you don't have to be afraid of the PC.
Take this blindfold off me, Square-Enix. I can't see my friends.
Take it on a road trip with your party!
ENDING CREDITS | Taking a look a back at this week's headlines and everything else you might have missed on USgamer.
Noctis is far less grumpy than usual.
Now you can be a roadside cooking master with Ignis' best recip-eehs!
Props to Ubisoft for announcing a game that's hardly in development.
It was spiders all the way down at Sony's press conference tonight.
Breath of the Wild actually makes video game cooking interesting.
PODCAST | We jump into Final Fantasy XV's DLC, Persona 5, and Destiny in our latest episode.
But the Battle on the Big Bridge remix isn't bad.
Discovering one of the Wii U's gems on the Switch. Plus: Destiny 2, StarCraft HD, and more obscure RPGs.
INTERVIEW | The trials of transforming Versus XIII, preparing a global launch, and making Prompto popular.
From Prompto's poorly lit selfies in Final Fantasy XV, to dressing up Kat in Gravity Rush 2, selfies have stepped up since their first appearances in games.
PODCAST: We return to the RPG that's been getting a bit of backlash lately while also talking Chrono Trigger, Horizon Zero Dawn, the Switch, and Nier.
Caty listens in to what's next for Final Fantasy XV.
Or at least playable. Plus: Final Fantasy XV DLC, Kingdom Hearts, and a mobile game you simply have to play.
The USgamer team reflects on the games that kept them warm through a cold year.
From bird-dogs to field chefs, we examine the best in 2016's sidekicks.
We pick the best game music of 2016 as our awards countdown continues.
Did 2016 meet all your expectations for gaming goodness?
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD: Nadia and Kat dig into a strong year for RPGs.
We all voted on the best of 2016, but here are our personal favorites.
2016 IN REVIEW: The year's roster of excellent import role-playing options suggest rumors of the genre's death have been somewhat premature.
The open world is great, but what about the second half?
Strong female representation is important, but letting dudes talk about wedding dresses is also important.
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD: And Nadia's back, too!
But yes, Chapter 13 really is pretty bad.
Early details about about FFXV's endgame have emerged, to much consternation.
There's still plenty to see and do in Duscae, but it's time to close the book on this massive RPG (until November 29).
The greatest strength of this Japanese RPG just might be how perfectly it captures the experience of trekking through the American hinterlands.
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD: We interview legendary director Brian Fargo about Wasteland 3 and go in-depth on Final Fantasy XV.
An in-depth look at Final Fantasy XV's combat system, and how it's improved from the early demos.
Jeremy goes hands-on with six hours of Square Enix's troubled RPG and finds all that time and trouble have happily paid off with an excellent new take on Final Fantasy.
We take a look at the biggest games coming out over the next few months.
Everything you need to know about Square's upcoming (and oft-delayed) JRPG blockbuster.
Here's what happens when the phrase "You guys wanna see a dead body?" meets a JRPG.
PODCAST: A packed episode in which we wrap up No Man's Sky, discuss the Final Fantasy XV delay, and more.
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD: On this week's Kat-less episode, we dive into the many RPG releases of the next few months while lamenting our lack of free time.
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD: Nadia joins Kat to discuss Final Fantasy XV's release date, the Brotherhood anime, and the Platinum Demo. Is this real life? Or is this just fantasy? We'll know soon enough. Plus: Stardew Valley.
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD: From Torment: Tides of Numenera to Persona 5, we examine the most intriguing RPGs of the new year.
2016 IN PREVIEW: From Fire Emblem Fates to Uncharted 4, these are the games we're excited to play this year.
Nearly a decade in the making, there's a lot to know about the next numbered Final Fantasy.
Finally, a sensible East/West collaboration.
Fans are more skeptical than ever after Final Fantasy XV's Gamescom stream, and Square Enix has no one to blame but themselves.
Kingdom Hearts grows up, gets open, and changes its name.
With Persona 5, Bloodborne, and more on the horizon, 2015 could be an even better year for RPGs than 2014.
Type 0 HD has a more meaningful role to play in the series' future than mere fan service.
Square Enix finally gets serious about the long-delayed RPG, announcing a new director and a playable demo.
In the grand scheme of things, the success or failure of Final Fantasy XV might not matter as much as many in the media seem to think. Here's why.
Square Enix reintroduced Final Fantasy XV at E3 2013, but for 2014 it's missing in action again. What does this mean for the game?