Nier: Automata's dream team of developers chats about the possibility of a new game of the series, or a remake for the first NieR.
The upcoming PS4 remake of Final Fantasy XII looks lovely as seen through the talented pencil of Akihiko Yoshida.
Unsung Story: Tale of the Guardians has been successfully funded on Kickstarter, but it fell short of the stretch goals for PS Vita, PS4 and 3DS, respectively at $1,000,000, $1,250,000 and $1,500,000.
Final Fantasy Tactics Character Designer Akihiko Yoshida Joins Unsung Story: Tale of the Guardians Team
After Final Fantasy Tactics and Vagrant Story Director Yasumi Matsuno, the tactical RPG Unsung Story: Tale of the Guardians picked up more talent from the Final Fantasy chest. Developer Playdek just announced that Akihiko Yoshida joined the
A new Bravely Second interview from Famitsu starring series Producer Tomoya Asano and Akihiko Yoshida reveals more about newcomer Magnolia, as well as some of the changes to the sequel's visuals.
In a new interview with Famitsu magazine, Akihiko Yoshida, the Bravely Default character designer, explains why he left Square Enix, as well as his future prospects.
Akihiko Yoshida Will Still Work on Final Fantasy XIV and Bravely Second: Explains Departure from Square Enix
Fan Favorite Final Fantasy XIV: a Realm Reborn and Bravely Default Lead Artist Akihiko Yoshida announced his departure from Square Enix a few days ago, but fans of the two games don't need to worry, as his
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn lead artist Akihiko Yoshida left a message on the "Art of Bravely" artbook coming with the copies of Bravely Default: For the Sequel released today in Japan.
Square Enix came bearing gifts today by releasing the new "Fan Kit" of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn.
While Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn is not coming to the Xbox 360, Square Enix has partnered with Microsoft to promote the game, and the result is a website (in Japanese) on which players can share
The Final Fantasy XIV team definitely loves seasonal events, and when there's no holiday in sight they often just go ahead and invent one to keep the schedule filled. This is not the case with the upcoming
Looks like It's Final Fantasy XIV news day, as another unexpected, but extremely juicy tidbit has just come to my attention.
Seasonal Events in Final Fantasy XIV have always been rather lackluster, most of the times just involving people prompted to ring a bell and get materials to craft an item.