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Kazushige Nojima: “The protagonist of Final Fantasy X had to be a plumber

We pretty much all know about Final Fantasy X, right? Initially released on PlayStation 2 in 2001, Tidus & company singer adventure in the world of Speyer is considered by many to be one of the most ...
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Tetsuya Nomura: "Final Fantasy X-3 exists, but it's only a draft"

Let's go back in time to the very distant 2003, the year of the release of Final Fantasy X-2 on PlayStation 2. For the first time, the Square Enix saga opened the doors of its self-contained stories, ...

Because Final Fantasy X in Japan (and not only) is considered a masterpiece

Almost a week after the flame caused by my colleague, here is what it wants to be a personal analysis not technical, but anthropological and social. Why Final Fantasy X is considered by the Japanese, and not ...

Final Fantasy X sucks and with him all his fans

Final Fantasy X isn't the best game in the series, but not at all.
Inside Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster

Inside Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster - New behind the scenes video of the game

Yesterday, 2 May, a new video was released behind the scenes of the development of Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster, entitled Inside Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster. The RPG ...

Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster - available today on Nintendo Switch and Xbox ...

A press release warns us of the arrival today of Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster on Nintendo Switch and Xbox One. And many more titles in the series are yet to arrive! Today Square Enix Ltd. has ...

Stadia introduces timed demos

Google Stadia will begin experimenting with free timed demos on its store. These are 30-minute trials that will allow ...

Free is Beautiful - Dagon

Just in time for Halloween, GOG is giving its users a horror title. This is Dagon: by HP Lovecraft, a short narrative adventure ...

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