Final Fantasy XIV Best Cosplay From Fan Fest Gallery

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Final Fantasy XIV Best Cosplay From Fan Fest Gallery


The 2019 Final Fantasy Fan Fest in Tokyo is taking place this weekend, and one of the main events was a cosplay contest on the first night.

Dozens of people participated, and there were some truly remarkable outfits on display.

Click through the gallery to see some of the best cosplay of Final Fantasy XIV Online characters from the show.

For more on Final Fantasy Fan Fest, check out some of the stories linked below:

Final Fantasy TV Show "Dad Of Light" Is Becoming A Movie For JapanFinal Fantasy Dissidia NT Adding Final Fantasy XIV Villain Zenos On PS4 And PCFinal Fantasy XIV Online News From Fan Fest: FF15 Crossover Start Date And More RevealedFinal Fantasy XIV Online Shadowbringers Expansion: New Race, Job, Raid, Trailer, Screens, And More Revealed At Fan Fest

Square Enix paid for GameSpot's flight to Tokyo and accomodation; they also supplied these photographs.

The 2019 Final Fantasy Fan Fest in Tokyo is taking place this weekend, and one of the main events was a cosplay contest on the first night.

Dozens of people participated, and there were some truly remarkable outfits on display.

Final Fantasy TV Show "Dad Of Light" Is Becoming A Movie For Japan

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A movie version of the Japanese TV show "Dad of Light," which tells the story of a father and son who rebuild their relationship thanks to Final Fantasy XIV, is in the works for Japan.

We're pleased to announce a movie version of "Dad of Light" will be coming to theatres in Japan! #FFXIV pic.twitter.com/8GqBhS5YuT

Announced at Day 2 of the Final Fantasy Fan Festival here in Tokyo, the movie is coming to Japanese theatres, but there is no word on if it'll be distributed internationally.

Final Fantasy Dissidia NT Adding Final Fantasy XIV Villain Zenos On PS4 And PC

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The next character for Final Fantasy fighting game Final Fantasy Dissidia NT has been announced. Revealed at the Final Fantasy Fan Festival in Tokyo today, the character Zenos is coming to the PlayStation 4 and PC fighting game starting later this month.

Zenos will be available first for Final Fantasy Dissidia in Japanese arcades starting March 26, while the character is coming to the PlayStation 4 and Steam editions on April 11. People attending the Fan Fest this weekend in Tokyo can have a first crack at playing Zenos.

Zenos is the main antagonist from Final Fantasy XIV: Online's expansion, Stormblood.

Final Fantasy XIV Online News From Fan Fest: FF15 Crossover Start Date And More Revealed

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Today at Day 2 of the Final Fantasy Fan Festival in Tokyo, Square Enix made a series of announcements about Final Fantasy XIV Online, including the start-date for the game's crossover event with Final Fantasy XV.

The crossover event, which was announced previously, is called A Nocturne For Heroes, and it begins April 16. This news was confirmed during a behind-the-scenes "Letter From the Producer" event featuring producer Naoki Yoshida. The event brings a number of Final Fantasy XV gear and items to FFXIV, including the game's first-ever four-player mount. You guessed it, the mount is the Regalia, which is the car the main characters drive in FFXV. The other items include FFXV-themed gear and a hairstyle from the game.

The #FFXV collaboration event, A Nocturne for Heroes, begins on Tuesday, April 16! #FFXIV

Earn gear, a hairstyle, and the first-ever four-player mount, the Regalia!

Report Says Apple To Reveal New Gaming Service Soon, But It's Different

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One of the big announcements that Apple could make during its reveal event on Monday is a new video game service. According to Bloomberg, Apple is creating a "premium games subscription" service for the App Store. Unlike the recently announced Google Stadia, or PlayStation Now and Microsoft's xCloud, Apple's service is not cloud-based.

Instead, it will focus on iPhones and iPads and bundle together paid games from different developers that consumers can access for a monthly fee," Bloomberg reported.

One source said Apple will pay developers based on how much time users spend playing their title. The report goes on to claim that the service would only feature paid games, not free-to-play titles. The report also says the service may not be announced on Monday, but instead during its developer conference in June. That timing would be intriguing, as it's just before E3.

Shazam Review: The Best DC Movie To Date

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Shazam Review: The Best DC Movie To Date

Shazam isn't the first DCEU movie that's enjoyable, but it's arguably the first one that's truly good. I recognize in retrospect that my positive take on 2017's Justice League put me in the minority, but even if you don't count that big team-up, the DC film universe has been steadily rising in quality, from the decent Wonder Woman to the goofy, fun Aquaman. Director David Sandberg's Shazam is the first movie in this shared cinematic universe with which I honestly have no major gripes--it's just a good movie, whether or not you're a fan of DC's often gritty, dark films, or have any idea who or what Shazam is. Shazam is a movie for everybody, and it's great.

Shazam Review: The Best DC Movie Yet

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Shazam Review: The Best DC Movie Yet

Shazam isn't the first DCEU movie that's enjoyable, but it's arguably the first one that's truly good. I recognize in retrospect that my positive take on 2017's Justice League put me in the minority, but even if you don't count that big team-up, the DC film universe has been steadily rising in quality, from the decent Wonder Woman to the goofy, fun Aquaman. Director David Sandberg's Shazam is the first movie in this shared cinematic universe with which I honestly have no major gripes--it's just a good movie, whether or not you're a fan of DC's often gritty, dark films, or have any idea who or what Shazam is. Shazam is a movie for everybody, and it's great.

14 Fascinating Games That Shouldn't Be Overlooked

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14 Fascinating Games That Shouldn't Be Overlooked

If you think Google Stadia was the only important thing at GDC 2019, have we got some surprises for you.

There's never a shortage of interesting games at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, but with the big announcement of Google's game streaming service, Stadia, it was all too easy to get drawn into conversations about the future of gaming at this year's show. As in year's past, we've gathered up a selection of our favorite games from GDC and compiled them into a handy guide so that you don't miss out on some of the best-looking, creative, and innovative games on the horizon.

If you'd like to hear from the developers behind some of the games on this list, be sure to revisit our livestream in partnership with the Indie MIX, where we played games live and got to the bottom of their conception and ongoing creation. And to catch up on everything related to GDC, including our impressions of playing with Google Stadia, head over to our GDC 2019 hub for every bit of news and video that came out of the show.

Now, for the good stuff: a bunch of exciting games coming soon to PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One in 2019 and beyond.