Posts Tagged ‘final fantasy’

KINGSGLAIVE FFXV – The Yakitori Chef Side Story

Posted By yonghow on January 11th, 2017

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Audi R8 Star of Lucis – FFXV Commercial

Posted By yonghow on December 8th, 2016

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KINGSGLAIVE – FINAL FANTASY XV Trailer

Posted By yonghow on June 23rd, 2016

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Final Fantasy XIV : The Art Of Eorzea Book Review

Posted By yonghow on April 28th, 2015

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Yoshitaka Amano – Beyond Your Imagination Art Book Review

Posted By yonghow on April 12th, 2015

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Yoshitaka Amano – Illustration Mag Special Book Review

Posted By yonghow on February 1st, 2015

Yoshitaka Amano Illustration Magazine Art Book (more…)

Takayuki Takeya Drawings And Design Book Review

Posted By yonghow on March 26th, 2014

Takayuki Takeya Drawings And Design Art Book (more…)

Final Fantasy XIV Soundtrack – Battle Tracks / Field Tracks

Posted By yonghow on September 29th, 2010


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Final Fantasy XIII Postcard Book

Posted By yonghow on May 29th, 2010


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Final Fantasy Dissidia Potion

Posted By yonghow on December 11th, 2008


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Final Fantasy Advent Children

Posted By yonghow on September 16th, 2005

Sweet, sweet eye candy from start till end, Nomura Tetsuya’s Final Fantasy VII : Advent Children is the ultimate culmination of the brilliant CG work conjured up by the artists at SquareEnix ( formerly SquareSoft ), dating back to the then revolutionary Squall Leonheart character in 1999. This time round what sets Advent Children apart from 2001’s FF Spirits Within is not so much the faithfulness it stays to the game’s original material, but more the presence of impossibly, devastatingly neat characters. Top that with sleek Anime style editing, photography and beautifully animated fight sequences, Nomura has created a film tailor made for FF fans, with none of that sanitized Hollywood treatment in sight. This is the definitive, bona fide Final Fantasy.