Posts Tagged ‘Fantasy’
Football season will be here in a matter of weeks, so to help fantasy football enthusiasts keep tabs on their rosters, ESPN has updated its suite of apps dedicated to the task. In addition to a fresh coat of paint for the UI, you’ll be able to create…
This is a visual contrast of fantasy dragon sizes as put together by The Daily Dot. As you can see, George R.R. Martin’s dragons take the cake. Still, I would have preferred to see Falcor, Trogdor and Puff the Magic Dragon on the graph. Guy, if I was buddies with Puff I would have never stopped pertaining to go to. Seriously, who gets tired of hanging out with a dragon? Jackie Paper: you’re a f *** ing idiot. Thanks to MerpMerp, whose name is fun to say out loud but your roommate might ultimately chew out you to stop.
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Square Enix knows a thing or two about building exquisite CG movies. The company has produced two feature films, and its Final Fantasy games have featured cinematic cutscenes for years. But soon, Square Enix believes it will be able to let you play games as epic and gorgeous as those pre-rendered videos. This week, the firm announced Project Flare, a so-called “technological breakthrough in cloud gaming,” which it claims will offer the power of a virtual supercomputer to build video game worlds.
Color us (not) surprised: after releasing FFIV and FFV on iOS and Android, Square Enix will follow up its mobile gaming efforts with Final Fantasy VI this winter. Veteran fans might miss the game’s old school looks, as it’ll come with sharper sprites and enhanced graphics similar to the FFV version …
- It is a year after the dark deity Sin was beaten, in Final Fantasy X. The people of Spira are at peace and have embraced former enemies. But powerful mystic spheres begin popping up and old rivalries come with them.
- Exciting new gaming enhancements – unique job classes, mission based non-linear gameplay, quicker battle system and stunning graphics
- All-female cast with new abilities, like switching job classes in the middle of a battle
- Dynamic movements and Active Time Battle (ATB) quickens the pace of enemy encounters
Join Yuna in mission-based, non-linear gameplay, as she and her companions travel across Spira in this epic Final Fantasy adventure.
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If there’s a way to prepare for Active Time Battling, you should probably get on it — Final Fantasy IV is now available on the Google Play Store. That said, you may want to grab a Phoenix Down before we tell you the price: an ice cold $ 15.99. At very least, it’s the same price carried by its iOS counterpart, and a good bit less expensive than various Sony and Nintendo portable versions. It’s also got the updated upgraded graphics and new localization enjoyed by iOS players — as far as we can tell, it’s identical to other mobile versions. Grab your nearest chocobo and head past the break to see a trailer of the game in action.
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17 years after its original broadcast, the BBC is bringing its Neverwhere fantasy TELEVISION collection to the radio. The Sandman and Coraline author Neil Gaiman & rsquo; s tale of a parallel world beneath London & rsquo; s roads and sewer lines is voiced by James McAvoy (X-Men: First Class) and Natalie Dormer (Game of Thrones), and the first episode is available for download as a podcast till March 29th as part of the BBC & rsquo; s Drama of the Week program. Sadly, if you want to pay attention to the entire collection you & rsquo; ll need to stream it from the Neverwhere website– there are no downloads for episodes 2 to 6.
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- Tidus is a star athlete who survives a massive disaster, and with the help of a girl named Yuna, he journeys to temples & monasteries to find truth.
- Learn to summon aeons-old spirits of power to add to your fighting abilities as you battle the evils of Sin
- Spectacular graphics and incredible voiceover work will immerse you in a new world where evil forces threaten the existence of all you know!
Final Fantasy X finally enters a fully polygonic world. Follow the main character Tidus from a gripping blitzball tourney into a new primitive world where he must fight to survive. A stunning level of real-time detail appears in each area, including huge water-filled areas that make up a large part of the environment. An exciting combat system is turn-based, thus allowing you the time to plot your actions without the need to worry about a constant barrage of enemy attacks. You’re also able to swap party members in and out of combat during battles, and doing so is a free action. Lush visual elements enhance gameplay in this phenomenal action game.Final Fantasy X is the first title in this landmark RPG series to be released for the PlayStation2. The main characters are Tidus, a star of blitzball (a hugely popular sport in the Final Fantasy universe), and Yuna, who has learned the art of summoning and controlling aeons, powerful spirits of yore. These two people of different backgrounds must work together as they journey through the world of Spira. This installment of Final Fantasy has a distinctly Asian influence, bringing a fresh feel to the characters, music, settings, and story.
Features include voice-overs for the first time in the series (utilizing the Facial Motion System), high-polygon, motion-captured player characters designed by Tetsuya Nomura, and a camera that automatically adjusts its perspective to correspond with the movements of the characters–a feature now possible because the game is largely polygonal.
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That Nintendo DS re-make of Final Dream IV may add 3D graphics, a selection of bug fixes, and a fresh localization, however who wishes to haul around their old Nintendo DS? Fortunately, it won’t be much longer before the same variation of FFIV ends up on iOS, as spotted by the individuals at games online forum NeoGAF. The game arrives on the iOS Application Store for both iPhone and iPad beginning on December 20, and is headed to Android sometime following year. As of now, it’s just got a Japanese rates of & yen; 1800 ($ 21.77), however we anticipate it’ll cost about $ 17.99 when it launches Stateside. In expectancy of the pending release, Square’s marking down rates of its various other iOS FF games (which are generally priced absurdly high), so now’s a good time to snap them up on the economical. If you ‘d such as to take a look at the first images of the iOS port, Japanese publication Gamer has a first-look.