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The application for the PC version of the Final Fantasy XIV beta is now available. PS3 owners are left out at this time, but it does look like there will be a beta sign up eventually.
Square Enix is bringing the Final Fantasy XIII craze to PlayStation Home and it looks awesome!
We always thought that this was going to be an almost certainty, but it has now been confirmed that Final Fantasy XIII will be getting a Collector’s Edition next year.
We can pretty much assume that this is for North America as well as Europe, and Final Fantasy XIII fans should now be rejoicing at the news in both regions.
SquareEnix have sent out a newsletter detailing just what early-bird fans of parachuting and explosions can expect when pre-ordering the limited edition of Just Cause 2.
Entitled “The Black Market Chaos Pack”, the DLC comprises of a bunch of weapons and a handy intel map. Behold!
Can you believe that Final Fantasy XIII is just ten days away from being released in Japan? Here’s a commercial that will make you scream like a little school girl in excitement.
Final Fantasy XIII is nearing its Japanese release date but for those of us elsewhere we have to wait a few more months. Square Enix have recently revealed the final box art for both European and North American releases and guess what, they’re the same!
Not long now Japan, and you’ll finally be getting your hands on Final Fantasy XIII.
In case you needed one final push, however, check out the last trailer for the JRPG before the title actually hits Japanese shelves in twelve days time.
As if SquareEnix even needed to advertise the game. It’s going to sell like hot-cakes and everyone knows it.
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.
IO Interactive along with Square Enix Europe are pleased to announce that the sequel to Kane & Lynch: Dead Men will be released in 2010. The game, entitled Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days, will follow the two criminals through the Shanghai underworld.
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.”
Square Enix have announced today, via a special video trailer on the official website, that Final Fantasy XIII will be released in Europe (plus other PAL territories) and North America on 9th March 2010.
In addition to the launch date, the game’s theme song is to be provided by X-Factor winner Leona Lewis.
Welcome to another Homerun for your week’s review on the new content to arrive for PlayStation Home.
As the title suggests, only North America has been treated to any content this week, excluding the minor furniture additions in Europe.
Final Fantasy is known for its beautiful music and the newest trailer for FFXIV gives just that. Oh and it shows new footage of the game, too.
A closer look at the trailer reveals an interesting tidbit of what could be included in the game. Not only that, but news of a beta test might come sooner than later.
Final Fantasy VIII is now available to download from the Japan PlayStation Store.
Will FFVIII be released in Europe and North America soon?
We’re not quite sure of the logic behind developing two games that share a great deal in common but having one exclusive for the PS3 and the other for the 360. We guess SquareEnix have their reasons.
Nier RepliCant (the PS3 outing) has a slightly more effeminate protagonist and, instead of trying to save a daughter, the PS3 version seems to switch in a sister in peril.
It was touted as one of Microsoft’s big exclusives and now that has ended with the news that one of Square Enix’s biggest games for this year will be making its way over enemy lines and onto the PlayStation 3.
The unforgettable music from Square Enix will be performed in Germany on September 11th and 12th.
Video game composer Nobuo Uematsu will be in attendance, and now you can be too! The video game music tribute will be streamed for all fans live on September 12th for free.
“Symphonic Fantasies – Music From Square Enix”, just as the name implies, will not just cover music from Final Fantasy…
Yesterday we heard the news that Japanese gamers will finally get their chance to play Final Fantasy XIII on the 17th of December this year.
Now, Square Enix has released a statement on the European release for the game…
Throughout the years, Sony has released numerous games onto the PlayStation Store. Despite the growing collection, there are some glaring omissions to the PlayStation 3 experience that just makes me wonder why certain games haven’t been released yet.
Which classic franchises would you love to see make their return in HD on the PS3?