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  • Blog Post: Reminder: Hitman Beta Begins On PlayStation 4 Today With Prologue Mission

    This is your friendly reminder that Square Enix’s next Hitman goes into closed beta today. The test runs this weekend on PlayStation 4. In order to get access, you’ll either need a pre-order or a code from another source (Square Enix and IO Interactive have been dropping them via social media... More
  • Blog Post: PlayStation 1’s Final Fantasy IX Arrives On iOS, Android

    The last of the PlayStation 1 main-series Final Fantasy games is now available on new platforms. The surprise release of Final Fantasy IX brings the game to both iOS and Android. The game carries standard Square Enix mobile Final Fantasy pricing, at $16.99. It’s available for 20 percent off ($13... More
  • Blog Post: Square Celebrates Portal App's Birthday With Free Final Fantasy II Download

    Square Enix has send out a note that fans of the classic Final Fantasy series might find interesting. The company's Final Fantasy Portal App has been around for a year now, and players can download Final Fantasy II (that's Japanese numbering, so don't to see expect Cecil or Rydia a la U.S... More
  • Blog Post: Just Cause 3 And Rise Of The Tomb Raider Boost Square Enix Revenue, Profits

    Square Enix, which just a couple of years ago was struggling , continues to make significant financial gains. The company is posting increased revenue, operating income, and profits for the first nine months of the current fiscal year. The company says that both Just Cause 3 and Rise of the Tomb Raider... More
  • Blog Post: 'Square Bowl' Is Final Fantasy Instead Of Football

    If you always considered yourself more of an "indoor kid" and don't have much interest in the Super Bowl, you can still come together with like-minded fans to celebrate this weekend. Game developers Teddy Dief (Hyper Light Drifter) and Adriel Wallick (Train Jam) are hosting the second Square... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy Tactics Advance Hits Wii U Virtual Console

    While Final Fantasy Tactics began its life on the PlayStation, it flourished on Nintendo handhelds. The first of two brilliant titles in the series, Final Fantasy Tactics Advance, is now available for a new audience. The game, which brings our heroes from the schoolyard to the magical land of Ivalice... More
  • Blog Post: How Rise Of The Tomb Raider Looks Better On PC

    Perhaps you're like me and you're not intimately familiar with tessellation and anisotropic filtering; that's fine, because this video for Rise of the Tomb Raider will show you exactly how and why the PC version looks better than the one already out on Xbox One. As the video below amply demonstrates... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Celebrates David Bowie’s Life With Free Omikron: The Nomad Soul

    Yesterday, we shared with you David Cage’s touching story of how he came to work with David Bowie on Omikron: The Nomad Soul. If you haven’t yet played it, now is your best opportunity. Square Enix has announced that for a limited time it will be giving away the game via its storefront .... More
  • Blog Post: Hitman Ditches Confusing Release Model Entirely, Now Fully Episodic

    Square Enix is dumping Hitman’s confusing and controversial release scheme entirely. After news that pre-orders had been canceled emerged yesterday, the company announced today that the upcoming title will now be released in a traditional episodic format. Release is still on track for March 11... More
  • Blog Post: Hitman Pre-Purchases Canceled On PlayStation Store Due To Significant Configuration Changes

    If you pre-purchased Square Enix’s upcoming Hitman on the PlayStation Store, you’ve likely found that your pre-order has been canceled. The publisher says not to worry, and you’ll be able to re-initiate your pre-order soon. We contacted Square Enix about the issue and the company got... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy XV’s Two Battle Modes Designed To Appeal To Wider Range Of Players

    When Final Fantasy XV makes its long-awaited debut later this year, it won’t have traditional difficulty modes. Instead, Hajime Tabata and his team are taking a different approach toward accessibility. Rather than typical Easy, Medium, and Hard modes, the Final Fantasy XV team is creating two different... More
  • Blog Post: This May Be The Best Just Cause 3 Video We'll Ever See

    From the moment Just Cause 3 launched on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, the internet became a goldmine of videos showing protagonist Rico Rodriquez doing ridiculous things. If you enjoy watching hapless civilians rocket into the air, the latest video I stumbled upon will be hard to top. Titled "Rico's... More
  • Blog Post: Halo 5's Master Chief & Spartan Locke Join Square Enix's Play Arts Line

    Square Enix's long-running Play Arts Kai line of action figures welcomes another two video game characters this April. Halo 5: Guardians' Master Chief and Spartan Locke will retail for around $125 each, and stand in at around 12 inches in height. No details regarding accessories have been given... More
  • Blog Post: Just Cause 3 Sky Fortress Expansion Incoming

    While gamers have been doing as they please in Medici, Just Cause 3 developer has been busy on the game's first expansion as well as other areas of the title. The developer is currently working on the Sky Fortress DLC pack, which will be the first in the game's air, land, and sea-themed additional... More
  • Blog Post: Rise Of The Tomb Raider Lands On PC January 28

    PC owners won’t need to wait long to dive into Lara Croft’s latest adventure. The Xbox One and Xbox 360 timed exclusive hits PC at the end of January. The game will be available at two price points. The standard version is priced at $59.99. A digital deluxe version that includes the season... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Shutting Down Free-To-Play Sleeping Dogs Successor Triad Wars

    When United Front Games and Square Enix announced more in the Sleeping Dogs universe, fans got their hops up for a return to that setting. What emerged was a free-to-play PC game called Triad Wars announced in October 2013 , and it didn’t catch on. Today, United Front has confirmed the game will... More
  • Blog Post: Don't Miss Out On Square Enix's Humble Bundle, Featuring Life Is Strange And Tomb Raider Games

    Square Enix has its own humble bundle available right now, featuring Life is Strange and various Tomb Raider games. All you need to pay is a dollar or more, and you can unlock: The Last Remnant, Life is Strange Episode 1, Tomb Raider 1,2,3, and Murdered Soul Suspect. Other tiers give you access to the... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy VII Remake’s Cloud And Barrett Will Be Immortalized As Play Arts Kai Figures

    At Japan’s Jump Festa expo this weekend, Square Enix showed off new Play Arts Kai figures for two of its most memorable characters. Cloud Strife and Barrett Wallace are getting brand new figures based on the upcoming Final Fantasy VII Remake. The two figures are currently only being shown in grayscale... More
  • Blog Post: ’Tis The Season For Publishers To Discount iOS And Android Games

    If you plan to be traveling for the holidays, you might be pulled away from your home game consoles. This makes for a good opportunity to dive into mobile games. 2K and Square Enix are both discounting a hefty dose of their iOS and Android titles. The following offers last through January 4. 2K Sid Meier’s... More
  • Blog Post: Warning: Final Fantasy VI On Steam Has iOS Visuals

    Today marks the release of Final Fantasy VI on Steam – a fact that might get you excited if you're an old-school RPG fan like me. However, as we've mentioned before , you may want to temper your enthusiasm, since it doesn't have the visual style that made the original game a classic... More
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