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Final Fantasy XII is back with The Zodiac Age, a new PS4 release that leverages the Japan-only Final Fantasy XII International Zodiac Job System. That’s quite the mouthful, eh? Released to Japan in 2007, a year after the game’s original PS2 release, International Zodiac

July 2017 is proof that publishers tend to quiet down in the lead up to the holiday season. Still, it’s good to be a Switch owner this month — Splatoon 2, am I right? Here’s what to expect over July

E3 2017 is almost underway, and we’ve got a listing of every title confirmed (or heavily rumoured) for show. Games with an asterisk (*) are of the rumoured variety. Each title should have a link to its tag on Stevivor

Square Enix today shared its livestream schedule for E3 2017. It’s Final Fantasy heavy, featuring the likes of Dissidia Final Fantasy NT, Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood, Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age, Final Fantasy XV and NieR: Automata. Here’s what you can expect,

Square Enix today announced it will release a remastered version of Final Fantasy XII in the west, including a never-bef0re-available job system into the mix. Subtitled The Zodiac Age, the remastered FF XII will run in 1080p and feature upgraded music. The 12-job