Final Fantasy FXN Network News
December 08, 2009
For comparison's sake, here are some of Famitsu's reviews for previous Final Fantasy Titles.
Final Fantasy I - 35
Final Fantasy II - 35
Final Fantasy III - 36
Final Fantasy Ⅳ - 36
Final Fantasy V - 34
Final Fantasy VI - 37
Final Fantasy VII - 38
Final Fantasy VIII - 37
Final Fantasy IX - 38
Final Fantasy X - 39
Final Fantasy XI - 38
Final Fantasy XII- 40
Final Fantasy XIII - 39
The general trend seems to be increasing, though this could be related to different judges and their expectations changing over the years. For example, IGN has only ever given out 3 perfect 10/10 scores before, two of which come from this current generation(MGS4 and GTA IV), the only other game was LOZ: OoT, which was two generations ago. That is all relative though.
December 07, 2009
December 07, 2009
The Final Fantasy Union podcast is now part of the Final Fantasy & Kingdom Hearts Union podcast series. Full details are covered in this week's episode.
Subscribe to Final Fantasy Union on iTunes
Direct Link: Final Fantasy Union: Episode 30
Visit the Final Fantasy & Kingdom Hearts Union iTunes Page
Podcast music "Behind Enemy Lines" is by Nutritious from the OverClocked ReMix.
Don't forget to catch the crew on Twitter at Twitter.com/FFUnion.
December 06, 2009
Q. What is the design and concept for Hecatonchires?
A: The summon’s concept is a “Shooting Blaster.” Because it can shoot and strike
from long distances in Driving Mode, the enemies’ position influences the
effectiveness of attacks, and it can shoot many times at once.
Q. The fact that it turns into something like Magitek Armor (from Final Fantasy
6) is a surprise.
A. As a matter of fact, we weren’t trying to make it look like Magitek Armor
in the beginning. We wanted a bipedal vehicle included, a design we called
a “Power Suit Tank,” but in the end, the result really does look like Magitek
Source: RPG Land
December 01, 2009
November 27, 2009
November 24, 2009
November 20, 2009
Other updates include both the 'Field' and 'Summon' tabs. As well as new Screenshots for the recently revealed Alexander and the locations Nautilus and The Sunleth Waterscape.
Source: Square Enix
November 17, 2009
Source: Final Fantasy Union
November 16, 2009
Podcast music "Deliverance of the Heart" is by pixietricks and zircon from the OverClocked ReMix album Voices of the Lifestream.