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  • Blog Post: This Weekend’s Final Fantasy Festival Will Be Televised

    Square Enix is holding a Final Fantasy Fan Festival this weekend in Las Vegas. Today, the publisher has announced that the event, which runs October 18 and 19, will be available via livestream for those unable to attend. The event is heavily focused on Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, and will include... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Play Arts Kai Suits Up With Iron Man Variant Figure

    Batman and company aren’t the only ones who are getting a Square Enix-style makeover. Marvel has teamed up with the company’s Play Arts Kai figure line for variant figures of its most iconic characters. First up is the invincible Iron Man. Unlike the Batman and Catwoman figures we’ve... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Character Designer Tetsuya Nomura Takes On DC Comics’ Catwoman

    During San Diego Comic Con in July, Square Enix and DC Comics unveiled a new partnership that put iconic heroes and villains in the hands of Tetsuya Nomura. The first design created by the famed Final Fantasy character designer reimagines Batman in the spirit of Kingdom Hearts . In conjunction with this... More
  • Blog Post: Dragon Quest II Now Available For iOS And Android Devices

    As promised, Square Enix is rolling out another Dragon Quest title for mobile devices. The latest entry to hit touchscreen devices is Dragon Quest II: Luminaries of the Legendary Line. The second in the series was originally released in 1987 in Japan, making its way to North America in 1990 as Dragon... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy Type-0 HD Is Not Coming To PC

    Considering that the game has only been announced for PS4 and Xbox One, this might seem like a no-brainer. However, a recent retailer listing started a rumor of a possible PC release for Final Fantasy Type-0 HD – but that's not happening. The rumor started when a PC listing for Square Enix's... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Announces Winners Of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call Legacy Of Music Contest

    Back in August, Square Enix and Final Fantasy composer Nobuo Uematsu announced the Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call Legacy of Music Concert . The publisher challenged musically-inclined fans to pay tribute to the legacy of Final Fantasy music and submit videos of their performances. Uematsu has... More
  • Blog Post: Shinra Technologies Is A New Cloud Gaming Company (Not Final Fantasy VII HD)

    This morning in Japan, Square Enix announced a new subsidiary specializing in cloud gaming. The business is named Shinra Technologies, after the antagonistic corporation from Final Fantasy VII, and will be headed by former Square Enix CEO Yoichi Wada. Shinra is in conversations with developers to make... More
  • Blog Post: Tetsuya Nomura No Longer Directing Final Fantasy XV

    Square Enix has announced that the long-running Final Fantasy XV project has had a change of leadership. Hajime Tabata (Final Fantasy Type 0, Before Crisis: Final Fantasy VII) is now serving as director, and Tetsuya Nomura is now focusing on other projects. The main title receiving Nomura's attention... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy IV Remake Materializes On PC

    If you're looking to catch up on old Final Fantasy games then the PC might be your best tool. Final Fantasy IV is the latest in Square-Enix's popular RPG series to head over to the PC via Steam. Steam has already amassed a nice collection of Final Fantasy titles, but now it can add Final Fantasy... More
  • Blog Post: Dragon Quest 1 Expected To Land On iOS Tonight

    The English version of Square Enix's Dragon Quest 1 is expected to land on the U.S. App Store this evening, marking the first time in fourteen years that Enix has released the original Dragon Quest in North America. As we confirmed at PAX Prime 2014 , Square Enix has plans to bring more classic Dragon... More
  • Blog Post: Fan-Made Kingdom Hearts Orchestrated Soundtrack Project Destati Launches

    The first of three fan-made orchestrated albums of Kingdom Hearts music, entitled Project Destati, is now available. You can find the first album, Light, by heading here to grab the album on iTunes or Loudr.fm for $9.99. The project is the brainchild of trio of musicians, Kristin Naigus, David Russell... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Releases Close-Up Photos Of Upcoming Kingdom Hearts Figures

    Square Enix has released some images of upcoming Sora and Roxas figures planned for release alongside Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD Remix later this year. Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD Remix is coming to PlayStation 3 on December 2. For more on the game, head here . We saw a few of these figures at Comic Com this year... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Orchestrating A Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call Demo

    Square Enix is giving players a chance at a dress rehearsal of sorts, with the news that a demo for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call is on its way. The download, which is available on the 3DS' eShop, lets would-be conductors/heroes a chance to try out a pair of tracks from the game, while unlocking... More
  • Blog Post: Batman Arkham Origins Figures Releasing

    If you’re looking for beautifully sculpted, gaming-themed character toys, it’s hard to go wrong with Square Enix’s line of Play Arts Kai figures. We’ve known for some time that we’d be getting an awesome-looking Batman and Deathstroke figure modeled after those characters'... More
  • Blog Post: Despite My Love Of The Legacy Of Kain, Nosgoth Won Me Over

    If push came to shove and I had to pick only one series to get an HD makeover (or, even better, a full-on reboot), it would be The Legacy of Kain. I've adored the vampire tales of Kain, Raziel, and the gnarled Soul Reaver sword since Kain's fateful transformation into a fanged anti-hero. When... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy Type-0 Takes The Series In An Action-Packed Direction

    If you've never heard of Final Fantasy Type-0, you can be easily forgiven. The title originally launched on PSP in 2011 and unless you're into importing games, you never really had a chance to play it. It was released in Japan and never made it to Europe or North America. Now, Square Enix is... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Planning More Mobile Dragon Quest Releases Very Soon

    Square Enix has confirmed to Game Informer that it will be releasing more classic Dragon Quest titles on mobile platforms. The publisher plans to start with the original Dragon Quest in just a few weeks. The publisher recently released Dragon Quest IV and Dragon Quest VIII for mobile devices. The latter... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Offering Hands-On Time With A Number Of Games At PAX

    We’re just one week away from the start of PAX in Seattle, and publishers are rapidly firming up their game lineups. Square Enix has shared its list of titles that will be available for fans to play, across handheld, mobile, and console platforms. On console, you’ll be able to take Kingdom... More
  • Blog Post: Tomb Raider Is A Timed Exclusive For Xbox, Could Release On Other Platforms

    In an interview with Eurogamer, Microsoft Xbox head Phil Spencer confirms what many suspected – Rise of the Tomb Raider will only be exclusive to Xbox One for a "duration" of time. When asked to clarify the terms of the exclusivity deal Microsoft signed with publisher Square Enix, he... More
  • Blog Post: Rise Of The Tomb Raider Is Exclusive To Xbox One

    Crystal Dynamics dropped some big news at Microsoft's Gamescom press conference. The sequel to 2013's Tomb Raider, Rise of the Tomb Raider will be exclusive to Xbox One when it releases on Holiday 2015. There was no mention of a timed exclusive, no talk of a PC version, just "exclusive to... More
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