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  1. RealVNC releases Mac compatible VNC productRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | MacMinute

    ... ote access can still be obtained by creating a virtual desktop instead. Check Out the Trailer for the Upcoming FINAL FANTASY: Record Keeper Posted by Jessica Fisher on February 26th, 2015 [ permalink ] DeNA and Square Enix have announced that


  2. Final Fantasy Type-0 HD Gameplay Videos and ScreensRead the original story

    23 hrs ago |

    Final Fantasy Type-0 HD aims to offer a new type of Final Fantasy experience not seen before in the series Square Enix has released two more videos and seven fresh screenshots for Final Fantasy Type-0 HD , a game that will transport you to the dynamic world of Orience, where a turbulent war of nations threatens to tear the land apart. You will step into the fray as Class Zero, a group of students from an elite military academy whose country is attacked by an aggressive neighbouring Empire.


  3. Google's DeepMind Artificial Intelligence Taught Itself To Play BreakoutRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Cinema Blend News

    ... Sega Genesis titles - mastering and learning how to organically play Super Mario World , Sonic The Hedgehog or Final Fantasy V . And beyond that, I'll start showing signs of fear and trepidation when DeepMind can master Super Mario 64 , Gran Turismo ...


  4. Social RPG 'Final Fantasy: Record Keeper' Set For Western ReleaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | International Business Times

    All "Final Fantasy" fans have their own favourite games and moments from the long-running series. From Cloud Strife taking on his nemesis Sephiroth in "Final Fantasy VII" to Squall and Rinoa's epic love story from "Final Fantasy VIII," there is always something to remember in every game.


  5. Final Fantasy: Record Keeper Spans Entire Universe in One GameRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | IGN

    Square Enix and DeNA have announced that the mobile Final Fantasy game, Final Fantasy: Record Keeper , is coming to North America spring 2015. Billed as the "ultimate Final Fantasy experience," it spans the entire Final Fantasy universe, letting players relive moments from all previous installments while building a team from a roster of classic characters that includes favorites such as Tidus, Lightning, and Cloud.


  6. Type-0 Director was 'Surprised' at Western Fan DemandRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | IGN

    In a recent interview, Final Fantasy XV and Final Fantasy Type-0 HD Director Hajime Tabata admitted to being surprised by the amount of fan demand for the PSP game to get a western release. "I was very surprised by the level of demand.


  7. DeNA and Square Enix Unveil the Ultimate Final Fantasy ExperienceRead the original story

    Thursday | DVDCreation Reviews

    Currently in development for iOS and Android, FINAL FANTASY: Record Keeper is the only game to let players relive favorite moments across all past FINAL FANTASY installments and build a team of classic characters. Set to launch this spring, fans can pre-register at beginning today to receive updates about the game and unlock special in-game characters including Tidus from FINAL FANTASY X. In FINAL FANTASY: Record Keeper, the entire FINAL FANTASY universe is at player's fingertips! Featuring an all-star cast of characters including Tidus, Lightning, and Cloud, players recruit their favorite heroes from across the entire FINAL FANTASY franchise to form the most dynamic team of all time.


  8. 7 Video Game Franchises that Need to DieRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 7 | Forever Geek

    ... long nap. Perhaps in a few years someone could implement new ideas into this old toy. Remember the days when Final Fantasy was a real turn-based RPG rather than an action/adventure hybrid? We dearly miss the style of classics like Final Fantasy IV ...


  9. New video from Square Enix shows a new Final Fantasy for mobileRead the original story

    Thursday | Gaming Nexus

    This is somewhat out of left field, but it appears that Square Enix is continuing their push to reach out to as many mobile users as possible. Final Fantasy Record Keeper , which has been out in Japan for a short period of time but has already surpassed five million downloads, appears to be headed across the Pacific to US Gamers.


  10. Final Fantasy: Record Keeper coming to North America this springRead the original story

    Thursday | Polygon

    Square Enix and mobile developer DeNA are bringing Final Fantasy: Record Keeper , the free-to-play Android and iOS game that mashes up multiple Final Fantasy games into one, this spring. Final Fantasy: Record Keeper was released in Japan last September.


  11. New 'Final Fantasy' game is a retro mash-up, coming to US smartphonesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Engadget

    Are you ready to get those nostalgic Final Fantasy memories rattled back to life? Well, grab your rose-tinted glasses, because Final Fantasy: Record Keeper , coming to the US on iOS and Android in the next few weeks, pulls together all the FF heroes , melding it with heavy dose of background music and familiar game vignettes in a free title that's littered with in-app payments. The game plays out in SNES-era style, with active time meters filling up before you can make your pixel-based move, whether that's magic, summons, or just whacking something with a five-foot sword.


  12. The free-to-play mobile game Final Fantasy Record Keeper is coming westward this spring, Square EnixRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Kotaku

    The free-to-play mobile game Final Fantasy Record Keeper is coming westward this spring , Square Enix just announced.


  13. Video: Final Fantasy 15 flaunts realistic wildlifeRead the original story

    Thursday | Eurogamer

    You know how obsessive Gran Turismo is about cars? Well Final Fantasy 15 appears to be that obsessive about nature. In a video that could wrinkle the crinkles on David Attenborough's cheeks, Square Enix introduces us to wildlife in the new role-playing game.


  14. Dragon Quest Heroes to burst into action in North AmericaRead the original story

    Thursday |

    When it comes to JRPGs, it isn't only Final Fantasy that has a large following. Equally revered is the Dragon Quest series that is making a comeback through mobile devices.


  15. 'Games With Gold' GoldRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday |

    ... between casual and hardcore is ridiculous. His favorite games for the XBox 360 include the Mass Effect series, Final Fantasy XIII, and whatever he has in his console at the time. He believes there are too many first-person shooters, sports games are ...


  16. Square Enix Releases 'Heavenstrike Rivals' For Mobile DevicesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | International Business Times

    ... who worked on the well-received Gameboy Advance game "Final Fanatsy Tactics Advance," designed them. Another "Final Fantasy" veteran also contributed to the game through the music of "Heavenstrile Rivals." The score was worked on by Ryo Yamazaki, ...


  17. The Devil's Grid: The impossible task of finishing adventure gamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | State Press

    ... role-playing games as well if we're talking about adventure games. The last one of these I saw through was "Final Fantasy IV Advance" on my Game Boy Advance. That was 10 years ago. My track record with this side of the adventure genre is marginally ...


  18. Fan-Made Final Fantasy Mystic Quest 'Remake' Seems Like A ScamRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Kotaku

    Over the past few days, you might have seen rumblings that Final Fantasy Mystic Quest, a game released for the Super Nintendo back in 1992, is getting an official remake. Turns out that's not entirely true.


  19. Dragon Quest Heroes Announced For North AmericaRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Digital Game Developer

    ... network of leading development studios and boasts a valuable portfolio of intellectual property, including: FINAL FANTASY, which has sold over 110 million units worldwide; DRAGON QUEST, which has sold over 64 million units worldwide; TOMB RAIDER, ...


  20. Controversial 'Final Fantasy' Game Set For Re-ReleaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | International Business Times

    Square Enix is preparing to re-release one of their most controversial games from the Super Nintendo era: "Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest." While Square Enix has yet to make an official announcement, UK-based studio Dark Design Games has unveiled the project with a new name: "Mystic Quest: HD Remaster" through the studio's Twitter account.