Alright folks! Time to get your tail feathers ready! We're interviewing the choco-mazing Chocolina herself, Julie Nathanson.Read More
It's been a little while since we posted up our interview with Rachel Robinson, but we are now pleased to post up an interview with Georgia Van Cuylenburg.
Check out the interview after the jump!
We hope you guys are enjoying the Lightning Returns interviews as much as we are making them. We're happy to announce that we have another interview lined up and this one is with Jessica Dicicco or Lumina.Read More
It wasn't too long ago that we were asking all of you wonderful people if you had any questions you wanted to ask Rachel Robinson, the voice actress who plays Oerba Yun Fang in the Final Fantasy XIII saga.
Well, Lauren and I have now conducted the interview and we had an absolute blast!
Check out the interview after the jump.
Lightning Returns Interview with Georgia van Cuylenburg (Oerba Dia Vanille) - We Want Your QuestionsPS3X360X360
To go along with our previous Lightning Returns interviews, we will be interviewing Georgia van Cuylenburg a.k.a Oerba Dia Vanille.Read More
Another Lightning Returns interview lined up for you guys! This time we're having the lovely Ali Hillis back on the show for a third time and we couldn't be happier.Read More
At the recent Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII preview event we were able to sit down with Yoshinori Kitase and Motomu Toriyama.
Kitase started things off by talking about his vision for Lightning Returns. This started by talking about how Final Fantasy XIII and Final Fantasy XIII-2 shipped 9.7 million copies worldwide.
These will make up almost 10 percent of the 100 million Final Fantasy games sold over the past 25 years. He noted that the main reason for this success in regard to Final Fantasy XIII is mainly from Lightning's popularity.
Find out about our session in the full story.
E3 2010 was a pretty crazy time for everyone, but Colin and I managed to find some time to sit down and speak to two of the key figures behind Final Fantasy XIV; Hiromichi Tanaka, the game's director, and Yasu Kurosawa, the game's community manager.
We thoroughly enjoyed the chance to chat with them and ask them about their upcoming game - they seemed pretty happy too. You can check out the full interview over at GamingUnion.net, our parent site, but here's a little teaser from the interview.
Gaming Union: In Final Fantasy XI, people felt it took a long time for the story to get going - especially with the later missions. Is this something you'll be addressing in Final Fantasy XIV?
Hit the jump to see the response!