RRPG Final Fantasy Retrospective – Episode 10 (Final Fantasy XIII & Fabula Nova Crystallis)

Today, Hero Club is proud to present the next installment of RRPG’s Final Fantasy Retrospective, Episode 10: Final Fantasy XIII & Fabula Nova Crystallis. Now, this episode features a look at how Yoshinori Kitase and his team got in charge of bringing forth the official, thirteenth installment to Square Enix’s flagship franchise. This installment would also be the start of a new compilation project called Fabula Nova Crystallis: Final Fantasy. However, the project eventually became overly ambitious with the core Final Fantasy XIII game, its pair of sequels, the many…

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RRPG’s Final Fantasy Retrospective – Episode 9 Final Fantasy XII & Ivalice

Hero Club is proud to present the newest installment of RRPG’s Final Fantasy Retrospective! In Episode 9, I, RRPG talk about the game designer named Yasumi Matsuno who would become one of the most prolific individuals in the Japanese video game industry. For those unaware, Mr. Matsuno is responsible for creating a mythology that surrounds a world he would conceive called Ivalice.   Alternate titles in the franchise like Final Fantasy Tactics, Vagrant Story, and Final Fantasy Tactics Advance highlighted how much potential that the world of Ivalice featured. With…

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Octopath Traveler: Wayfarer’s Edition Unboxing (RRPG Reviews)

From the minds that brought about the Tenchu franchise, Acquire teams up with Square Enix and Nintendo to bring forth a new Japanese Role-Playing game. Now, Octopath Traveler pays more of an homage to JRPGs of old like the early Final Fantasy games, and Dragon Quest! Of course, RRPG could not pass up on the opportunity to get the game’s own collector’s edition, so he is coming out to do an unboxing of that! Please enjoy the unboxing of this special, and please leave feedback on its content or the…

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RRPG Side-Quests – Final Fantasy VII Remake Job Posting & Progress Update!

Many of us are wondering just how far along is the Final Fantasy VII Remake in terms of its production? From the listing of this new job posting, it looks like there is more in store for this game as we thought; because Square Enix is looking to boost the game’s quality by a substantial amount. Is this game still slated to be a PlayStation 4 release, or is it intended for its successor? RRPG delves into this topic with much-needed thought because of this concerns surrounding this newly discovered…

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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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RRPG’s Final Fantasy Retrospective – Episode 7 Final Fantasy X & X-2

Welcome back to RRPG’s Final Fantasy Retrospective! Episode 7 takes a dive into the PlayStation 2 by looking at the next entry where it was the first to have a sequel in Final Fantasy X, and X-2. Final Fantasy X ended up as the next game from Yoshinori Kitase, and his team who previously worked on Final Fantasy VII & VIII; it is still remembered as one of the biggest and most ambitious games ever made at the beginning of the sixth generation of gaming. Most games in the series…

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RRPG’s Final Fantasy Retrospective – Episode 6 Final Fantasy VIII & IX

Welcome back to RRPG’s Final Fantasy Retrospective! Episode 6 explores two other entries in the PlayStation’s library, Final Fantasy VIII and IX. Now, Final Fantasy VIII was the next game to be envisioned by the team behind Final Fantasy VII, as it went for a game with a more brighter atmosphere that had dark overtones in its overall delivery. While being considered one of the most polarizing entries in the original Playstation’s library like Final Fantasy II on the Famicom, the eighth installment had its own merits; it becomes just…

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Final Fantasy IX PS4 Launch Trailer Streamed

IGN has updated their official Youtube channel with the launch trailer for Final Fantasy IX for the Playstation 4.  For those who are unaware Final Fantasy IX was released on the original Playstation on November 13, 2000 in North America. The Playstation 4 version of the game will support trophies and will feature game boosters along with autosaves.  Similar to some older Final Fantasy ports the game will also feature update visuals.  The game is currently listed on PSN priced at $16.79.  The discount will last until September 26. Sony provided a synopsis for the game. The FINAL FANTASY®…

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RRPG’s Final Fantasy Retrospective – Episode 5 Final Fantasy VII

Hero Club is proud to present the Final Fantasy Retrospective hosted by me, RRPG; a series I began nearly two years ago on my personal YouTube Channel. In Episode 5, we cover the franchise’s first outing on the Sony PlayStation which became not only a breakout to push past sales for the console, but it became one of the biggest revolutions for the genre of Japanese Role-Playing games. It would be known to the public as Final Fantasy VII. After covering the main game, we will dive straight into Square…

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RRPG’s Final Fantasy Retrospective – Episode 4 Final Fantasy VI

Hero Club is proud to present the Final Fantasy Retrospective hosted by me, RRPG; a series I began nearly two years ago on my personal YouTube Channel. In Episode 4, we start getting into the pinnacle with how extraordinary the Final Fantasy franchise was bound to become with Final Fantasy VI. Seeing as how the fifth game was retreading ground from what was seen in its predecessors, the next game would fully re-invent itself into what many long-time fans consider to be the best work that Hironobu Sakaguchi and his…

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