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Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII will be the next entry into the famous Final Fantasy series.
This won’t please everyone because the FFXIII branch of games has split the fan base with many keen to see Square Enix move on.
In this debate, PS3 Attitude writers Stefhutch20 and Seanoc argue the case for and against another game in the XIII series. There’s also an open poll below so everyone can have their say.
Square Enix announced today the production of Final Fantasy XIII-2, the sequel to 2010’s Final Fantasy XIII. The game, which is scheduled to be released next winter on PS3 and Xbox 360, is set to …
Square Enix is determined to fix Final Fantasy XIV before releasing the PS3 version.
When Deus Ex: Human Revolution gets released in early 2011, it will become only the third game in the franchise’s ten year history. However, we suspect we’ll be seeing more Deus Ex over the next decade after Square Enix’s President and CEO, Yoichi Wada, told MCV that the company expects to be making a profit from the franchise for the next ten years.
Square Enix has released new screenshots and a gameplay tutorial explaining how to play Mindjack, a new online shooter developed by feelplus inc.
Yoichi Wada, president and CEO of Square Enix, was speaking to VentureBeat at E3 and he told them that his company are looking to become the first publisher to succeed globally. Wada believes that the company’s multiculturalism can give them an edge over other publishers.
Necromachina is a stylish, flashy, and insane action platformer from Square Enix.
With less than a week left before the show opens, Square Enix have officially revealed their full line-up for E3 2010.
The list comes as no surprise with titles including Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Final Fantasy XIV, Dungeon Siege 3, and Kane & Lynch 2.
The Dungeon Siege franchise has spawned a number of popular titles and expansions on the PC over the years. With the gaming industry moving towards many third party titles becoming multiplatform, it comes as no surprise that for the first time ever, Dungeon Siege 3 will be released on all major consoles.
It has been announced via the wonder that is Twitter that Hideo Kojima will be teaming up with Square Enix for what could be the longest, stylish and most nonsensical cutscene ever made.
Daniel Wolf of San Diego, Californian, individually and on behalf of all similarly affected users, has filed a class action lawsuit against Square Enix and Sony for selling copies of Final Fantasy XIII which allegedly caused their “PS3 consoles to freeze and become totally and permanently inoperable.” The plaintiff is seeking more than $5 million in compensation.
It seems that developers have cottoned on to the power of Twitter when used as a free marketing tool.
Eagle eyed gamers scan relevant Twitter feeds waiting to pounce on any hint of announced.
So what does Square Enix have to say?
When Square Enix and RPG’s are mentioned in the same breath, a multitude of franchises spring to mind.
So when they mentioned earlier this week that a Japanese PSN release was planned for an Action RPG, our speculation meter went into meltdown.
Well the wait is over, the game has been announced – but it’s not what you think.
Square Enix likes to torture its fans with vague tweets.
Yoichi Wada, President and CEO of Square Enix, has said that the company will sit down and consider the possibility of a remake to the hugely popular Final Fantasy VII.
With the game less than a month away, there is already speculation about downloadable content for Final Fantasy XIII.
This is no surprise as the majority of big games these days receive additional content sometime in their lifetimes.
In an interview with EDGE, Yoichi Wada – President and CEO of Square Enix – has made some interesting comments on the future direction of the Final Fantasy team.
Unfortunately he seems to have neglected to let them in on this first. So, what does he have to say?
Square Enix has today finally announced the release dates for the up and coming title Just Cause 2.
You may remember awhile ago we found out that the PlayStation 3 version would be receiving exclusive features such as video recording and YouTube uploading.
Now that Eidos Interactive have officially transmogrified into Square Enix Europe, it’s interesting to hear how the new relationship is shaping up around the globe.
Speaking at the 6th annual Montréal Interactive Gaming Summit, and wasting no time flying the Happy Families Flag, the Japanese gaming giant’s CEO, Yoichi Wada, revealed plans are in their nascent form for a collaboration between Eidos Montréal and Square Enix on what he refers to as, potentially, their “first development collaboration.”