I think it’s wrong that people who enjoy Final Fantasy have to feel bad for liking games such as X-2, XIII, and XIII-2. It’s not right if people’s first reaction is a comment like “This is blasphemy but I think XIII is a good game”
You shouldn’t have to get defensive about personally enjoying something. I’ve been attacked just because I am firm in my belief that it was a great game, and that’s just not appropriate.
I’m pretty much done with this “fandom” business. I want to be with other FF fans, not judgmental prudes.
Final Fantasy Fandom!!! the musical featuring smash hits like
- “WHERE’S MY VII REMAKE”
- “Toriyama is the Devil!!!”
- “This Soundtrack Sucks Where’s Uematsu (Latin Choral Version)”
- “MMOs Don’t Belong in Final Fantasy”
- “Lightning Can Return AFTER They Finish Versus”
- “The Series Died After X”
- “TOO LINEAR (Interlude)”
- “Nostalgic self-entitlement!”
- “Square > Square Enix (Extended Dance Dub Mix)”
- “Fuck Kitase and Nomura Bring Back Sakaguchi and Amano”
- “LOOK AT ALL THESE REMAKES AND HD REMASTERS THAT AREN’T VII (Reprise)”
Ok here’s how Square-Enix works.
You have team A. They’re in charge of Final Fantasy XIII, XIII-2, and Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII.
You have team B. They’re in charge of Final Fantasy Type-0.
And lastly you have team C. They’re in charge of Final Fantasy Versus XIII.
Ok so I’m only going to say this once so read verrryyy carefully.
These teams are completely separate developmental sectors within Square-Enix. That means (listen carefully, children this is important) they have no relationship toward each other and the work and progress they make has no connection to any of the other teams!! Gosh well what does that mean?????
It means that the people who made XIII and Type-0 have had nothing to do with Versus XIII. They probably don’t even know what it’s about.
Ok so if Square-Enix had never made XIII, XIII-2, and Type-0 guess what? Versus still wouldn’t be out.
So shut up about it.
“Battle Medley 2012 (Final Fantasy I – XIV),” FILMharmonic Orchestra Prague - Final Fantasy Orchestra Album
A medley of battle themes from across the main numbered series.
- “Battle 1,” Final Fantasy
- “Battle Theme 1,” Final Fantasy II
- “Battle 2,” Final Fantasy III
- “Battle 2,” Final Fantasy IV
- “The Final Battle,” Final Fantasy V
- “Decisive Battle,” Final Fantasy VI
- “Those Who Fight,” Final Fantasy VII
- “Force Your Way,” Final Fantasy VIII
- “Battle 1,” Final Fantasy IX
- “Otherworld,” Final Fantasy X
- “Awakening,” Final Fantasy XI
- “Boss Battle,” Final Fantasy XII
- “Blinded By Light,” Final Fantasy XIII
✯FFVI-themed website goes live, All The Bravest✯
“Square Enix launched a brand new website featuring a colour scheme and sprites that seem to be taken directly from Final Fantasy VI. Recently Square Enix teased an iOS announcement for Final Fantasy V (and more) at the end of the Final Fantasy IV iOS launch trailer. Square Enix also registered All The Bravest which can be seen abbreviated in the website’s URL, which has led some to speculate that this may be related in the form of a compilation name like “Final Fantasy Anthology”. More information will hit the web on January 17th, or a bit earlier for us overseas fans.”
Here’s the website, kupo!: http://www.jp.square-enix.com/ff_atb/
Today in Japan, December 18, marks the 25th anniversary of the first Final Fantasy’s release on the Nintendo Famicom by what was then Square (now Square Enix) in 1987.
Twenty-five years later, Final Fantasy has evolved into a franchise that includes among its credits: fourteen main numbered games and four direct sequels; various branching game spiritual subseries including those under the Tactics and Crystal Chronicles brands; two full-length CGI films and a number of animated features; novellas, manga and radio dramas; and a line of concerts dedicated to the series’ music conducted by Grammy Award winning conductor Arnie Roth.
Final Fantasy is currently Square Enix’s most successful brands: its collective game library totals over 100 million units sold worldwide, making it among the best selling video game series ever.
To Square Enix and Final Fantasy, happy 25th anniversary.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Final Fantasy game series, a deluxe limited edition vinyl box is being released. It will come with 30 BGM tracks featuring analog remastering, booklet supervised by Nobuo Uematsu and a download card for complete music in mp3 format.
It is available for pre-order until December 17th from the Square Enix e-Store for around $150 USD.