August 2012

Here you can find news items that were posted on Hell and Heaven Net in the past.

Square Enix

At the start of the Final Fantasy 25th Anniversary event that is being held in Tokyo this weekend, Square Enix has announced the Final Fantasy 25th Anniversary Ultimate Box that will contain the games from the Final Fantasy main series.

Next to the special anniversary video disc, art collection, a music selection CD, a mini replica and an item code for Mogu Mogu Earring in Final Fantasy XIV, the following games will be contained in the box:

  • Final Fantasy (PlayStation)
  • Final Fantasy II (PlayStation)
  • Final Fantasy III (PlayStation Portable)
  • Final Fantasy IV (PlayStation)
  • Final Fantasy V (PlayStation)
  • Final Fantasy VI (PlayStation)
  • Final Fantasy VII (PlayStation)
  • Final Fantasy VIII (PlayStation)
  • Final Fantasy IX (PlayStation)
  • Final Fantasy X (PlayStation 2)
  • Final Fantasy XI (PlayStation 2)
  • Final Fantasy XII (PlayStation 2)
  • Final Fantasy XIII (PlayStation 3)

The box will cost 35,000 yen (€ 360 / $ 445) and will be exclusively available at Square Enix's e-Shop on 18 December.

Final Fantasy 25th Anniversary Ultimate Box

Final Fantasy XIII

Square Enix has launched a new Final Fantasy XIII teaser website featuring a thundercloud with the caption A Storm Gathers. This teaser website will likely be opened during the presentation of the future of Lightning's Saga (after Final Fantasy XIII and XIII-2) on 1 September to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Final Fantasy series.

You can visit the website here.

Final Fantasy VII

Just before the start of the gamescom Square Enix has launched the downloadable PC version of Final Fantasy VII in their store.

This 'enhanced' version of the original PC version, that was released back in 1998, features 36 achievements, cloud saving, character booster and is optimized to run on current PC's.

The downloadable version normally will cost € 12,99 / $ 11,99, but now has a special launch price of € 9,99 / $ 9,99 till 12 September. European fans can get the game here and United States fans here.

Square Enix

This week GungHo Online Entertainment has announced that they will terminate service for Grandia Online and Grandia Online Cross (a web game related to Grandia Online) on 28 September. Grandia Online was announced back in May 2009 as a MMORPG exclusively for PC. Sadly the game didn't had a good reception and it never saw release outside of Japan.

Grandia Online logo