Naoki Yoshida, Michael-Christopher Koji Fox and Toshio Murouchi took to the stage Sunday morning to reveal the roadmap for the 4.5x patches, share further details about the February 12 update, and offer a sneak peek at the new XV-meets-XIV mashup.
"I wanted to make it a sort of theme park of 'Final Fantasy,' so longtime fans like me and new fans can all enjoy it together," Yoshida said.
The first day of 'Final Fantasy XIV' Fan Festival 2019 kicked off with a keynote address from game director Naoki Yoshida.
Clarkson, Hammond and May are back for new adventures on Amazon Prime Video starting January 18, and they're startled by the foodie-friendly new Detroit.
Get ready to head back to the moody Pacific Northwest. Here's the lowdown on what to expect from the next chapter of "Life Is Strange 2," Rules.
There's all sorts of bonus content for "Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight" and "Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight," which launches today in Europe and the Americas. But if you want it all, be prepared to fork over some serious cash.
The collaboration is rumored to center around a "Harry Potter" game exclusive to Samsung's Galaxy line of mobile phones.
Buckle up. Richard Hammond, Jeremy Clarkson and James May return for a third season of motoring adventure mayhem on "The Grand Tour" in January 2019.
Time to get back in the robot, Shinji. The groundbreaking 1990s anime, which had been without a Western distributor for years, is coming to Netflix in Spring 2019
Samsung's latest flagship puts a gaming powerhouse in your pocket, but those top-tier specs come at a top-tier price.
The in-depth history of the crowning jewel of the Nintendo Switch weighs in at a whopping 424 pages, featuring loads of sumptuous artwork and insights from the game's creators.
Cue 'Somnus,' because you won't be seeing that alternate ending for 'Final Fantasy XV' any time soon.
It's likely most of Wednesday's presentation will focus on four new story expansions announced back in April. These DLC episodes will focus on Ardyn, Aranea, Luna and Noctis, and give fans a glimpse of the "future everyone longed for."
The social media platform is part of a burgeoning "alt-tech" movement, which has attracted far-right users banned from services like Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.
"It looks like a lot of fun, a fun time to live," Jackson merrily said of his distant-future dystopia where enormous mobile cities devour each other.
"I was lucky that my last day was surrounded by a lot of the castmembers," Turner told fans at New York Comic Con on Saturday.
Author Neil Gaiman accompanied David Tennant, Michael Sheen, Miranda Richardson and Jon Hamm to discuss Amazon's long-awaited adaptation of "Good Omens."
"No one's very stable on this show," said showrunner Jeff Buhler.
Capcom's zombies are just as terrifying—and tough to kill—the second time around.
The latest from Sega's Ryu ga Gotoku Studio takes inspiration from a beloved post-apocalyptic manga series, but this "Mad Max" meets "Yakuza" mashup is less than the sum of its parts.
Series Creator and Designer Yuji Horii, Producer Hokuto Okamoto and Director Takeshi Uchikawa discuss the process of crafting the game's epic story, the intricate world of Erdrea and everyone's favorite character, the smiling knight Sylvando.