To coincide with the Steam release of FF13-2.
Durante saves the day once again.
With the first Final Fantasy 13 dated for next month.
From the archive: the inside story on Microsoft's greatest ever challenge.
Final Fantasy 13-3?
Suggests FF10 HD is a long way off.
Pay Ł135, meet Nobuo Uematsu.
But occasionally "complains a little bit".
It doesn't sound like the game exists.
To follow COD, Assassin's Creed, Battlefield model.
"That's a trend, and you ignore things like that at your peril."
More to come from Lightning and Snow?
Held up by the snow? Lightning?
Game's makers slice open the cadaver.
Wants "story where Lightning ends up happy".
Publisher clarifies earlier reports.
Budget edition has extra episode.
Xbox.com suggests so.
"Should FF become a new type of game?"
DQIX, Batman help make record results.
SWTOR writer courts controversy.
Digital Foundry vs. FFXIII. The final analysis.
PS3 and 360 SKUs nearly neck and neck.
Monster RPG ships 5m copies.
On Oxford Street in cor blimey London.
PS3 and 360 RPG hits elves. Shelves.
The neverending story.
Digital Foundry explores and explains.
It would take too long, says Kitase.
Kitase! Kamikokuryo! Free CDs! Alex Zane.
Graphics are "insane", says X-Factor star.
"It's the complete package".
"I don't get tired of people asking that".
Identical PS3 and 360 shots were "altered".
Engraved hard drives! Avatar bits!
Kitase and Toriyama on the Western reaction and going multiformat.
Produced a trailer for Japanese cinemas.
X10 screenshot bundle.
Offer their thoughts on series future.
Will arrive in West a "little later".
Toriyama talks up enhancements.
Vocal cast revealed.
Enough to make a whole new game, in fact.
Final Fantasy XIII sales up to 1.8m.
Game goes on sale in the Far East.
A lengthy trailer explaining the hype.
Simultaneous PS3/360 launch in March.
Plus: big news tomorrow, chocobos, more.
Square Enix boss Wada sounds hopeful.
Monster RPG raring to go.
Tension! Drama! Excitement!
Picture of fancy design within.
Mid-December for 60 quid.
Summoning and soundbites from director Motomu Toriyama.
Game to be spread across three discs.
Square Enix finally confirms.
Unlucky for some.
Coming along nicely, judging by E3 showing.
Until FFIV, whenever that may be.
Game shown at MS conference.
Pre-E3 billboard says so.
Plus full analysis of the PS3 demo.
Not enough room, says producer.
Square looking to cut translation time.
So what's different about the demo?
A glimpse of the future.
But European whereabouts still "TBC".
Plus: story follows multiple threads.
Development work "going favourably".
"There's a possibility," says Wada.
Square Enix flashes some gameplay.
Register now to see "new vision" soon.
But Japanese PS3 version out this year.
Taking 2009 to another level.
Simultaneous Euro release looks unlikely.
European arm declining to comment.
Literally dozens left disappointed.
It's all about console sales, apparently.
Western 360 version not started yet.
Always considering "territory and hardware".
"It's not an exclusive on their platform."
Microsoft VIP Shane Kim optimistic.
Now on Xbox 360.
Questions and answers from the Square Enix press conference. Mostly the former.
Spin-off not currently top priority.
At Japanese Square Enix event.
More info expected at GDC in Feb.
Feasibility being studied - CEO
Square Enix boss says so.
Base of multiple products.
Square Enix aiming for E3.
Squenix also promises some new game announcements.
For long-term success.
Plus: battle system details.
That's the aim with XIII.
Plus two titles for Wii, too.
Release date claims, too.
Of games that make us cry.