It’s been ten years since Final Fantasy Versus XIII was unveiled to the world. In that time, we’ve seen the longest-running console generation come and go. We saw the relative fall of a then-dominant Nintendo, got two terms from Barack Obama, and experienced the rise of Donald Trump. By the time Final Fantasy Versus XIII comes out, we’ll see new versions of next generation consoles and two versions of Final Fantasy XIV. The game’s name was changed to the far less confusing Final Fantasy XV, and then its existence entered true turmoil.
Back when this game was first announced, Michael Phelps was only a decent Olympic athlete.
In 2006, Gears of War was the GOTY and Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare hadn’t even come out yet.
A decade ago, some gamers didn’t have a good enough internet connection to play on Xbox Live.
Ten years ago, we were all excited for Square Enix’s Fabula Nova Crystallis Final Fantasy, and thought Final Fantasy Type-O looked cool.
The last ten years of stops, starts, restarts and delays have been tough on fans looking forward to the ambitious project, and now they’ll have to wait a little longer because Final Fantasy XV is coming out two months later.
According to a report from Gamenesia, Gamestop employees received instructions to correct the release date on their FFXV cardboard standees. This was backed up by a screenshot of the disappointing news.
Hopefully, the two months taken to clean up the game will get the framerate steady and the bugs killed.