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    by Published on 05-13-2007 03:41 AM
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    With the Square Enix party taking place next week, most fans are eagerly anticipating upcoming information for Nomura's newest title, Final Fantasy XIII for the Playstation 3; however, Famitsu seems to have gotten slightly ahead of Square Enix with an information leak. Final Fantasy IV, the first of the legendary series to feature the Active Time Battle will shed its dark, 16-bit armor and be reborn as a Paladin on the Nintendo DS handheld!  It appears to utilize the engine of Final Fantasy III, brought to American shores for the first time last winter. 

    Venturing away from the handheld market and onto the console and PC front,  Square Enix's highly successful MMORPG FINAL FANTASY XI has a new expansion titled "Wings of the Goddess", scheduled for release this Winter.  While no new gameplay information has been explicitly revealed to the public at this current date, the trailer seems to focus highly on the player traveling back through time to re-write pages in Vana'diel's ...

    by Published on 04-05-2005 12:08 AM
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    Square Enix has released an official website for the upcoming Playstation 2 game entitled Final Fantasy VII: Dirge of Cerberus. While not much information has been released, early information reports confirm that the game's main character is Vincent Valentine, and the game will not be a typical console RPG.

    The official website can be found here.

    [Source:] IGN ...
    by Published on 11-10-2004 04:06 PM
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    Square Enix has announced that it will release Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories in North America for the Gameboy Advance on December 7, 2004 at a suggested retail price of $34.99.

    [Source: Yahoo! Finance] ...
    by Published on 08-10-2004 01:52 PM
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    Our very own TheAbominatrix recently took a trip to EA Studios representing Eyes on Final Fantasy. She gives us an inside look at the upcoming Lord of the Rings: The Third Age game. ...
    by Published on 03-22-2004 04:28 PM
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    The following information has been added to the site:

    Final Fantasy X-2 section launched:
    Story, by eternalshiva.
    Walkthrough, by eternalshiva.
    Characters, by eternalshiva.
    Items, by eternalshiva.
    Key Items, by eternalshiva.
    Lyrics listings; Kimi He, 1000 Words, real Emotion.

    Check back soon for more updates.

    Have something you'd like to submit? Want to help out? Register for the forums and check out the Site Staff Forum. ...
    by Published on 02-28-2004 12:02 AM
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    Stuck on a boss? Can't figure out what to do next? Do you wish someone would take your video game questions since you can't get help no matter where you go?

    Direct all of your questions to the Eyes on Final Fantasy Mailbag! Your questions will be put on a page on the site with an answer for everyone to see, and the mailbag will be updated every weekend. Start sending in questions now and get your answers by this Sunday!

    Direct questions to: mailbag@eyesonff.com ...
    by Published on 09-26-2003 12:57 AM
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    Square Enix has taken the opportunity to announce its lineup of new titles at the Tokyo Game Show. Although the Tokyo Game Show is currently ongoing throughout this entire weekend, Quiter has already posted several magazine scans from the Weekly Shonen.

    The scanned magazines show several screenshots from three prominent titles. The first magazine scan displays Cloud Strife and some other events from Final Fantasy VII, but the scenes are given major graphic overhauls. This is Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children. Information given so far only states that the story will take place two years after the events in Final Fantasy VII, and that it will be on a video DVD; that is, Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children is not a game.

    The second magazine scan shows off Kingdom Hearts 2. Familiar faces return in this highly anticipated sequel.

    The third magazine scan was a surprise title. Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories is a new Kingdom Hearts game for the Gameboy Advance.

    Because the Tokyo Game Show is still underway, information has not yet been released ...
    by Published on 09-21-2003 09:53 PM
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    Eyes on Final Fantasy has been informed of an upcoming special edition of the North American gaming magazine Electronic Gaming Monthly.

    The special issue of the magazine is dubbed Final Fantasy Everything, and will cover all the upcoming and new Final Fantasy titles: Final Fantasy X-2, Final Fantasy XI, and Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles, and will also feature information on twelve different RPGs available on other console.

    As a treat to their newsstand customers, the magazine is offering a limited edition front cover featuring the artwork of Yoshitaka Amano, one of the character designers for the Final Fantasy series. Look for it in stores as Issue #172, the November 2003 issue; the limited edition cover will only run in about 8% of all newsstand copies.

    [Source:] Electronic Gaming Monthly. ...
    by Published on 09-21-2003 09:33 PM
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    Square Enix has set definite release dates for the long-awaited sequel to Final Fantasy X, and has also announced a new International version of the game which will be for sale only in Asia.

    Final Fantasy X-2 is slated for release in North America in early December of this year, and a PAL release is expected to follow soon afterwards in the first quarter of next year. These release dates have been officially announced by Square Enix itself, as to clear confusion from conflicting retail shops which slated the game for different dates, some expecting the game as early as September or November.

    An International version of the game has also been announced. The game will be released in Japan and Asian countries only, and will be akin to the North American version of the game, similar to Final Fantasy X: International. This International package, however, has quite a few extras that would make it worthwhile to the import gamer. Firstly, a special new game disk will be included with the package. Titled "Last Mission", it describes the seemingly ...
    by Published on 08-26-2003 10:47 PM
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    During a press conference in Germany, Disney has confirmed that Kingdom Hearts 2 is currently under development over at Square Enix.

    Its predecessor, Kingdom Hearts, sold millions of copies in Japan and the States alone, with its unique cast of Disney and Final Fantasy characters alike. As previously reported, Square Enix wishes to turn Kingdom Hearts into a more mainstream series, similar to Final Fantasy. Could this be the first step into turning Kingdom Hearts into a popular gaming series? When asked about the sequel, the director of the Kingdom Hearts project, Tetsuya Nomura had no comment.

    At this point in time, there has been no release dates or even definitive information about the title.

    [Source:] RPGFan. ...
    by Published on 08-26-2003 10:18 PM
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    - Final Fantasy XI for the PC has been slated for a release in North America sometime in October. There have been no mentions of possible release dates in PAL territories. The Playstation 2 version of the game will market alongside the expensive hard drive peripheral.

    - Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles for the GameCube has been delayed to a February 9, 2004 release. It will require a Gameboy Advance to use as a controller and will be a multiplayer title. Up to four players can fight monsters at once in real time combat. There have been no mentions of a release in PAL territories.

    - Final Fantasy X-2 for the Playstation 2 is available in Japan. The release dates for this game keep changing, but it appears that the game may be released in PAL territories sooner than it will be released in North America.

    - Final Fantasy Tactics Advance for the Gameboy Advance will be available in North America on September 8, 2003. A PAL release will follow up on October 24, 2003.

    [Source:] Penny Arcade. ...
    by Published on 08-25-2003 06:20 PM
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    After nearly a year of speculation as to the status of Final Fantasy XI, Square Enix has finally announced a tentative release date for the online title.

    Final Fantasy XI is expected for release in North America for the PC somewhere in October. An exact release date has not yet been announced, but it's better than nothing. Square Enix has remained silent about the status of the online title in North America for awhile; Beta testing began a few months ago, as gamers from all over applied to be one of the lucky few able to play the title in its early Beta stages.

    Despite only announcing a release date for the PC version of the game, Square Enix is still expected to release the game for the Playstation 2. It will sell alongside its expensive hard drive peripheral, which is required to play the game.

    [Source:] RPGamer. ...
    by Published on 08-04-2003 08:17 PM
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    The following content has been added to the site:

    - Updated the 'Contacts' page.
    - Updated the 'Staff' page.
    - New Final Fantasy VII Tips and Tricks, by Heath.
    - Final Fantasy IIIj Secrets page, by uNF.
    - Final Fantasy IX Review, by Heath.
    - Final Fantasy I Review, by Dr. Unne.
    - Chrono Trigger Time Period Maps, by Killy.

    Check back soon for more updates.

    Have something you'd like to submit? Want to help out? Register for the forums and check out the Site Staff Forum.
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    by Published on 07-24-2003 11:46 PM
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    Site updates and news coverage will resume and proceed as normal starting August 7, 2003. If you have any questions or information to add to the main site, check out the Site Staff Forum. You must be a registered user at the Eyes on Final Fantasy forums to post or even view the Site Staff forum.

    If you have any other questions or comments about the site, please email either the Site Staff or the Webmaster. You can find more information about contacting the staff on the Contact page. ...
    by Published on 06-13-2003 02:10 AM
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    Eyes on Final Fantasy is now proud to announce our newest affiliate, Tripletriad.net.

    The site is run by Ruby, but also has Eyes on Final Fantasy members such as Moonlady (Head Forum Administrator), Jowy (Forum Moderator), and Chris, also known as Before The Power (Forum Moderator).

    So, if you're interested in playing Triple Triad online, go check out the site! ...
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