Ultima Final Fantasy | The Ultimate Final Fantasy Podcast
About This Show
From Final Fantasy 1 to Final Fantasy 7 to Final Fantasy 15: we discuss all aspects of the Final Fantasy universe, with weekly episodes for you to enjoy. We review the games in the series, and discuss a multitude of topics, from sex in the Final Fantasy universe to the people behind the games, like Hironobu Sakaguchi and Yoshitaka Amano (two great artists behind the Final Fantasy series that we've done episodes on). This great classic RPG video game series needed a great podcast, and we're here to provide it.
Most Recent Episode
Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV
4 days ago
This time, we review the newest of the Final Fantasy XV films; Kingsglaive Final Fantasy XV. Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV Development History Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV is a 2016 computer animated fantasy anime film directed by Takeshi Nozue, written by Takashi Hasegawa, and produced by good ole Hajime Tabata. The film was developed by Visual Works, Square Enix’s CGI studio. The film is obviously connected to the Fabula Nova Crystallis subseries, and is meant to get everyone ready for Final Fantasy XV. Kingsglaive was created as part of the multimedia rollout of Final Fantasy XV. The film began production in 2014 by the same team that brought us Advent Children. Kingsglaive uses discarded stuff from the original story, while creating a separate experience and plot. Square Enix brought in multiple external studios into complete the project in time. Plot/Setting The story takes place on the world of Eos. This planet is divided into multiple nations that each once held magical crystals. Sound familiar?! The kingdom of Lucis is currently the only nation that still has a crystal. They use it to defend themselves via a gigantic magic barrier. The crystal holds special powers, ie magic, and is only accessible through the Ring of the Lucii, which is passed down from monarch to monarch. Recently, the militaristic empire of Niflheim has been conquering nearby nations, and is currently at war with Lucis. Lucis is protected by the Kingsglaive, an elite unit that uses the royal family’s magic powers. Kingsglaive starts out with King Regis accepting terms of peace from Niflheam. Regis must cede the territories around the crown city Insomnia to Niflheim, and marry prince Noctis to Lunafreya, the former princess of Tenebrae. Another place that we have no context of… lol. REMIX: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dsPNQQQSVKc
Rated 5 out of
Ultima Final Fantasy The Ultimate Review on Stitch
I stumbled onto this podcast one day after reading something about FFXV. Never having listed to a gaming podcast, let alone a specific gaming podcast. This title jumped out at me, great job picking the title. I bet it was Kaleb who came up with the title, thanks for nothing Joe...just kidding man. BUT onto the review
This podcast does a great job of covering all aspects of the games. I haven't listened to the earlier episodes yet but all the ones I've listened to. The format of the show is great, it flows nicely. I am enjoying the play through episodes you guys did, hilarious yet insightful. Ok, seriously though, which of you two is the guitarist or is that hired out lol? Great job with the podcast, here's to waiting for XV.
Date published: 2016-02-05
Rated 4 out of
I listen to these at work and they provide great entertainment value. I esp enjoyed the super swingin fan fiction segments, those are hilarious. Joe's reactions are the best and his personality works really well with kaleb's. I really thought these two guys were college students because they sound really young, but I recently stumbled upon their twitch live pod and they look nothing like I had imagined. Keep doing what you're doing.
Date published: 2015-06-28
Rated 5 out of
This is Final Fantasy to the hilt.
This podcast always has me cooing and bucking with laughter....
all jokes aside while the theme of the podcast is enough to get someone who is a fan of all things FF to start watching, I don't feel that the show would have nearly as much charm if it weren't for these two amazing hosts. I especially enjoy how the hosts can criticize the things they are reviewing then turn around and list just as many reasons why they still enjoy them. Love the show, love the hosts, highly recommended.
Date published: 2015-01-30
Rated 4 out of
Keeps getting better
Really good podcast that is both interesting and informative, also hilarious if not a little crass at times. Looking forward to hearing the rest of the games as they work through them. Enjoy the grind boys
Date published: 2014-07-23
Rated 2 out of
Some decent insights, but nothing to shout about
This show comes across as pretty average. It's clear they are trying to carve a space for themselves, but it's just not that good unfortunately. There are better alternatives out there.
Date published: 2015-01-21