Dissidia Final Fantasy NT: Locke Character Trailer Revealed

Square Enix NA has updated their official Youtube channel with a new character trailer for Dissidia Final Fantasy NT. The latest trailer features a look at Locke, who was one of the main characters from Final Fantasy VI. International fans should recognize the character from Final Fantasy III, which was the North American release of Final Fantasy VI.  Locke will be released in the arcade version of the game on May 17 and will later be available for the console version this June as DLC.  This treasure hunter utilizes his stealth to surprise and steal from his enemies. Locke can also mug unaware foes, snatching…

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Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Intro Cinematic Streamed

The official Playstation Youtube channel has updated with intro cinematic for Dissidia Final Fantasy NT.   The intro cinematic features Materia and Spiritus in a clash between the forces of good & evil. The channel also updated with a cutscene featuring Noctis from Final Fantasy XV. Dissidia Final Fantasy NT will be released in Japan on January 11 and wordwide on January 30, 2018. Source: Playstation    

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Golbez to Join Dissidia Final Fantasy Arcade Roster

Square Enix has announced that they will be adding Golbez to the roster for arcade version of Dissidia Final Fantasy. For those who are unaware Golbez is the one of the main antagonists from Final Fantasy IV.  Players who match the conditions during the “Conflicts of Gods” event will be available to access the character early on November 16.  The event will start on November 9 and the character will be available for all players late November. A new stage called the “Stellar Fulcrum” based on the location from Final Fantasy XI will be added to the November update to the arcade version of the game…

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RRPG’s Final Fantasy Retrospective – Episode 8 Final Fantasy XI

Welcome back to RRPG’s Final Fantasy Retrospective! For this time around in Episode 8, Hironobu Sakaguchi and Square Enix decided to stray away from doing another traditional installment. They wanted to experiment in a new direction for Final Fantasy’s eleventh, mainline entry; being derived as an evolution of MUDs that became popular in older computers during the 70s and 80s, that genre would evolve itself into Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games which Richard Garriott’s own Ultima Online started the movement. After Sony Online Entertainment’s own EverQuest came out, and revolutionized…

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