Xenogears is celebrating its 20th anniversary, and Square Enix just revealed a new figure of Weltall, while its designer comments on the future.
Today is the 20th anniversary of the old and glorious JRPG Xenogears, and Square Enix has goodies in store alongside the original artists.
Square Enix announces a concert to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Xenogears, while Composer Yasunori Mitsuda acknowledges the fans' expectations.
The 20th anniversary of Xenogears will hit next year, and Square Enix is preparing to celebrate with action figures.
You could say that this is pretty much awesome and horrifying at the same time. After teasing it last week, Square Enix fully revealed their Xenogears crossover with their upcoming mecha game Figureheads, which will enter its
Square Enix hasn't talked about Xenogears for years, but today they suddenly released a teaser site bearing the famous "X" logo.
In addition to songs from the SaGa and Mana games, Square Enix will feature a music track from Xenogears on Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call. "Soaring the Skies," the music that plays when Maria boards Seibzehn and
Talk about going out with a bang. Satoru Iwata just put the wraps on their Nintendo Direct feed of January 23rd, and closed out the video feedwith something completely unexpected.
Today the Playstation.blog announced that Japanese and American PSOne classics will soon be sold on the European Playstation Store, allowing European fans to enjoy many of those titles that were published only in Japan or in
You know what this means? That's right, they're finally coming to the North American PlayStation store! This is good news for people like me, who have never played Xenogears. But, I do have Vagrant Story covered, and
This week's DualCast is a rather eclectic mix of enthralling topics for RPG aficionados. We start off with a rather detailed discussion about the legacy of Xeno-games, from Xenogears to Xenosaga to Xenoblade. What makes them memorable?
Suikoden II. Vagrant Story. Xenogears. What comes to your mind when you think of these three classic RPGs? Probably something along the lines of missing the hay day of RPGs back in the PS1 era, before voice