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FINAL FANTASY BRAVE EXVIUS

Noctis Returns to FINAL FANTASY BRAVE EXVIUS in New Event

by Todd Blackon November 20, 2017
In a crowded hall filled with South Korean fans, Square Enix® continued its celebration of the one year anniversary of the release of FINAL FANTASY® BRAVE EXVIUS®. Players of the hit free-to-play RPG also had a first-look at numerous game updates, special promotions, and other exciting news, including: Permanent Rare Character Drop Rate Increase: Beginning on November 24, […]

Final Fantasy Dimensions II Releases Today On Phones

by Peter Paltridgeon November 1, 2017
Final Fantasy comes to mobile devices — again — today with the release of Final Fantasy Dimensions II, a throwback adventure filled with world maps, turn-based battles and crystals. It’s not exactly a recreation (random battles are missing, for one thing) but it’s as close as Square will allow these days. The interesting thing about […]

Final Fantasy 9 Re-Released On PlayStation 4

by Nathan Gibsonon September 19, 2017
Square Enix announced at the PlayStation Tokyo Games Show that the classic role-playing game Final Fantasy 9 is coming to PlayStation 4. Several hours later, the game is now available on the PlayStation Store, with a discount for PlayStation Plus members. While the re-release had not been officially announced until now, a leak earlier this […]

Black The Fall Review (Xbox One)

by Nathan Gibsonon August 28, 2017
Black The Fall is the first game from new developer Sand Sailor Studio. At first glimpse it will probably instantly remind you of the likes of Inside, another monochromatic puzzle platformer. Yet, when you get down to the nitty gritty it becomes obvious that Black The Fall is a very different game, in terms of […]

Gamescom 2017: Final Fantasy Getting Assassin’s Creed DLC

by Todd Blackon August 24, 2017
Yep, you read that right, the world of Final Fantasy XV is getting some gear and content from the past via Assassin’s Creed. In a collaboration revealed at Gamescom 2017, Square Enix and Ubisoft are teaming up for this version special free content that’ll arrive on August 31st. The content will include a new story […]

Gamescome 2017: Final Fantasy XV Coming TO Switch?

by Todd Blackon August 22, 2017
Big news coming out of Gamescom 2017. During a Twitch Live Stream with some of the team from Final Fantasy XV, the team stated that the game would be coming to a console “that rhymed with Twitch”. Seemingly meaning the game would come to Nintendo Switch, a request that has been made by fans since […]

IO Interactive Leaves Square, Takes Hitman With It

by Peter Paltridgeon June 16, 2017
Agent 47 is now working independently. IO Interactive, the studio behind the Hitman series (as well as a few others, like Kane and Lynch) has officially broken off from Square-Enix to become its own company. Square acquired the studio among others a few years ago in an effort to expand their appeal in the Western […]

People Can Fly Working With Square Enix On New Title

by Nathan Gibsonon May 31, 2017
Developer People Can Fly has announced that they are working in collaboration with Square Enix on a brand new project. The mystery project has been described as a “new high-end original title for consoles and PC.” However, considering that they have previously worked on games like Bulletstorm and Painkiller, the game is likely to be […]

Square Enix Was The Hitman Series To Continue

by Nathan Gibsonon May 29, 2017
Square Enix has revealed that they see a future for Hitman, with the publisher eager to find new partners to work on developing the property further. Speaking in a financial briefing document today, the company reiterated its commitment to trying to keep this title and others in the pipeline. “Because the firm is engaged in […]

Final Fantasy VII Remake Is Now Being Developed In-House

by Nathan Gibsonon May 28, 2017
The highly anticipated remake of Final Fantasy VII has switched development teams and is now being worked on in-house by Square Enix. External studio CyberConnect2 Square Enix’s Naoki Hamaguchi explained how development had switched but didn’t go into details about why the decision had been made. However, earlier comments by people working at the publisher […]

Our First Lovely Look At Lara From The Tomb Raider Movie

by Peter Paltridgeon March 27, 2017
The new Tomb Raider movie isn’t set to come out for another year, but we have our first glimpses at what it’ll look like. This morning GQ Magazine published the first-ever screenshots of Alicia Vikander in the role of Lara Croft. The pics ran alongside an interview with Tomb Raider’s director, a man literally named […]

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The Kingdom Hearts Mobile Game Shall Be Rebooted

by Peter Paltridgeon March 10, 2017
Last year, around this time, Square-Enix put out a Kingdom Hearts mobile game called Kingdom Hearts Mobile Adventure. Okay, that wasn’t really the title, and you knew that because it wasn’t confusing enough. The actual title was KINGDOM HEARTS Unchained χ. Ever since the launch, Square has been working on an upgrade for the app, […]