Final Fantasy VII Rebirth: new “odd job” quest system revealed, but more importantly, Aerith yeets a barrel
Square Enix revealed a video introducing a new system of side quests in Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, but the video has been gaining attention for a certain amusing detail.
Right before the release of the Final Fantasy XIV Patch 6.4 - The Dark Throne, Naoki Yoshida caused excitement among fans with two special T-shirts he wore.
"Yoshida Zelda" started to trend on Twitter in Japan thanks to FFXIV producer and director Naoki Yoshida making an appearance in a livestream while playing The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom on his Nintendo Switch.
Square Enix's soon to be new president, Takashi Kiryu, joined a Final Fantasy XIV (FFXIV) stream and expressed his love for the game.
Final Fantasy XIV (FFXIV) gear causes strange nipple-like mark to appear on the male Elezen’s chest. Is it really a nipple or just a shadow?
The phrase "Digital Seppuku" went trending on Twitter in Japan following a cheat incident surrounding Final Fantasy XIV's World First race of The Omega Protocol (Ultimate) raid.
Twitter in Japan has been buzzing about attempts made to generate an image of Sephiroth from Final Fantasy VII swimming using image-generating AI tools. However, the AI doesn’t seem to understand the concept of “swimming” and only makes images of Sephiroth standing on water.
Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- Reunion Collector’s Edition in Japan includes “Aerith’s Letter” and fans are conflicted
Square Enix has announced that Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- Reunion (CCFF7R) is set to release on December 13. Square Enix has also posted information regarding the Collector’s Edition and Hero Edition releases for the game in Japan. These editions each include an “Aerith’s Letter” item that was quick to grab the attention of fans.
Square Enix released Patch 6.21 for Final Fantasy XIV (FFXIV) which lowered the raid boss Hephaistos' HP. In addition, the FFXIV development team has put out a statement regarding illegitimate waymarks that were put in place by third-party tools.
Final Fantasy XIV's Pandaemonium – Abyssos: The Seventh Circle (Savage) raid is seeing an increase in the use of illicit waymarks, and these waymarks have been dubbed "rule bypassing waymarks" by FFXIV players in Japan.
FFXIV producer/director Naoki Yoshida criticizes a Japanese internet service provider over connection issues
ISP in Japan called NURO Hikari warns of connection trouble on the day of FFXIV patch 6.2 due to “online game updates” FFXIV producer/director Naoki Yoshida previously criticized a Japanese internet service provider over connection issues.
FFXIV VTuber Nora gets criticism after ostracizing a stranger in their party, with an unrelated company even making a statement
FFXIV VTuber Nora gets criticism after ostracizing a stranger in their party. The backlash was so strong words like “outsider,” “VTuber,” and “FF14” were trending for days in Japan.
Square Enix and TBS (Tokyo Broadcasting System) have announced that a Kabuki performance based on Final Fantasy X will premiere in the spring of 2023 in Tokyo.
Pro gamer Daigo Umehara made a splash online when he started playing Square Enix’s hit MMORPG Final Fantasy XIV. Daigo has been playing FFXIV at his own pace between his Street Fighter V practice sessions and radio broadcasts while asking viewers about the controls and how to progress.
In Final Fantasy XIV (FFXIV), each Data Center having something of their own local rules was made apparent by the creation of the Meteor Data Center in Japan. Some players were stuck in the middle of different cultures coming together, which was likely something of a culture shock for them.
FFXIV’s Megashiba mount trends in Japan to the confusion of dog lovers who posted their own Shiba Inu
A new purchasable mount called the Megashiba has been added to Final Fantasy XIV, and with its round face and fluffy tail has captured the hearts of players. So much so that #柴犬マウント (#ShibaInuMount) even started trending on Twitter in Japan.
Hironobu Sakaguchi is building a “Square Developer’s Office” within FFXIV that will contain messages from 60 staff members
Final Fantasy series creator Hironobu Sakaguchi is creating a “Square Developer’s Office” within FFXIV that will contain messages from 60 people who were involved with the series.
Final Fantasy creator Hironobu Sakaguchi creates a free company called SQUARE in FFXIV. His title within the free company is executive vice president which happens to be what his title was during his time at Square.
Naoki Yoshida, producer and director of Final Fantasy XIV, has released a statement explaining that they went too far with the PvP adjustments made to the black mage job. Black Mage will be rebalanced in patch 6.15, which is planned for release on June 7.
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A new PvP mode called Crystalline Conflict was added to Final Fantasy XIV (FFXIV) as part of the recent patch 6.1, and a number of players have spotted FFXIV director and producer Naoki Yoshida while playing the new mode.
FFXIV director reiterates ban on third-party tools, world-first raid clear video gets taken down by Square Enix
Final Fantasy XIV director and producer Naoki Yoshida reiterates ban on third-party tools after the raid group Neverland reported a world-first clear of Dragonsong's Reprise (Ultimate) using third-party tools.