Final Fantasy 14: A Realm Reborn
And there's a sneak peek of The Puppet's Bunker.
Whoops, I accidentally RPG again.
Will the realm be reborn again on a new console?
We've got castles, we've got dragons.
The changes to healers are leading to some leaving their favorite classes behind.
Eorzea is coming to life.
USG talks to Naoki Yoshida about the final set of announcements surrounding the Shadowbringers expansion.
They say you can't put a price on true love, but what about Final Fantasy props?
An important note about pre-orders for you first-timers.
Now that Nier: Automata is coming to Final Fantasy 14, the possibilities are endless.
Gunblades, Viera, and Yoko Taro, oh my!
Gunblades are coming to Square Enix' MMO.
"I don't care for this pitiful little MMORPG...so burn it!"
Today's Letter From the Producer gives us a glimpse of the next Final Fantasy XIV patch.
Anyways, here's Wonderwall.
Square Enix will focus on games as services.
From shyness to opening up to strangers, Netflix's new Japanese dramedy revolving around Final Fantasy XIV is realistic and heartfelt.
Things are gettin' heated up in Eorzea.
A cultural focus, quality of life fixes, and new job actions: we talk to director Naoki Yoshida about the upcoming Final Fantasy XIV expansion, Stormblood.
Square-Enix will focus on recurring payments and arcades in the following fiscal year.
And WWE commentator Michael Cole stumbles over the word "Chocobo," bless his heart.
Netflix will be streaming Final Fantasy XIV: Hikari no Otousan this April in Japan and worldwide this Fall.
Final Fantasy XIV producer Naoki Yoshida talks about getting content out and changes for the upcoming major patch.
Check out how Umbrella Corps' empty lobbies stack up against other multiplayer games, new and old.
This dire song seemingly foretold the fate of Final Fantasy XIV long before its fiery end.
Even if you're not into MMOs, A Realm Reborn stands a good chance of changing your mind.
The savior behind Square-Enix's successful MMORPG talks about what's next for A Realm Reborn.
One of the most readily apparent ways in which Western and Eastern games differ is the matter of musical soundtracks. We take a look at how they differ, and some favorite examples of music from Japanese games.