While not directly related to a video game, Final Fantasy XIV is technically getting its own TV show in April.
Square Enix's popular - once thought dead - MMORPG is likely one of the first titles in the series to inspire the creation of a TV show centring around its effect on people.
And no, we don't mean a horribly one-sided documentary about how an addiction to online gaming is ruining society - but how a father and his son rekindled their relationship by playing the character driver game together. Final Fantasy: Daddy of Light may not have the best name to go alongside it, but it's still a well fitting moniker for its premise.
The story is set to highlight how games can bring people together. Though it's something the main hardware manufacturers have attempted to push with their own titles for years, it was eventually the events of a son and his father chronicled through an online blog that caught the eye of TV producers in Japan.
With an almost non-existent relationship with his father, the son is question gets his old man involved in his current favorite pastime - Final Fantasy XIV - after the father's wife bought him a PlayStation 4. Looking to sap up the game's exclusive recruitment bonuses, the two end up bonding over the co-operative nature of the game.
Set to air this April on MBS/TBS, there's no word as to whether a popular streaming service like Crunchyroll will pick this one up for Western audiences.