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  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy XIII Trilogy Heads To PC

    Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy XIII, Final Fantasy XIII-2, and Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy are coming to PC. The first in the series will be out next month, and the Steam page for the game is live now. Originally released in 2010, Final Fantasy XIII was the best reviewed of the three... More
  • Blog Post: Sony To Sell Off All 9.5 Million Shares Of Square Enix Stock

    Sony’s most recently closed fiscal year (ended March 31, 2014) was a financially trying one for the company. In February, the company warned of a $1.1 billion loss for the period , which was followed by layoffs and closures in the United States and abroad (including the profitable games division... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Holds Final Fantasy X/X-2 Auction For Charity

    Square Enix recently helped celebrate the launch of Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster with a charity art exhibit, and art director Yusuke Naora and producer Yoshinori Kitase made an appearance. As a special surprise to guests, Naora performed a live art demonstration, creating an original piece just for... More
  • Blog Post: Sleeping Dogs Now Free For Xbox Live Gold Members

    Microsoft has announced January’s Games with Gold lineup. The first of the two titles goes live on New Year’s Day. From January 1 through January 15, 2014, Xbox Live Gold members will be able to download United Front Games’ Sleeping Dogs . This open world crime drama features action... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Shuts Down Sale Of 3D Printed Final Fantasy VII Figures

    3D printing website Shapeways found success with a full set of Final Fantasy VII characters care of modeler Joaquin Baldwin , until Square Enix decided to legal action and prevent further figure sales. Baldwin's figures became popular on Reddit, which caused a surge in sales of the 3D printed figures... More
  • Blog Post: Japan's Final Fantasy Collection Inspires Jealousy

    In honor of Final Fantasy's 25th anniversary, Japan is getting a comprehensive (and expensive) special edition collection of Final Fantasy games. The collection includes every Final Fantasy game, except for XIV, X-2, and XIII-2, and a number bonus discs all for about $450. Square-Enix hasn't... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy XIII-2 Nearing Completion

    If you read our six page preview on Final Fantasy XIII-2, you already know the important details regarding Square-Enix’s next big RPG. However, a few smaller facts have surfaced such as how far the game is in development, along with a big name change for the battle system. In the Japanese version... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Working On New AAA Title

    Yosuke Shiokawa and Yuki Matsuzawa, developers at Square Enix in Japan, recently revealed they are working on a new title with America, then promptly shared their disappointment in Western games. In a presentation titled “First Time Japanese American Joint Development: Observation on our experience... More
  • Blog Post: The World of Front Mission Evolved

    The Front Mission Evolved developers over at Double Helix Games talk about some of the intricacies of the game's story, including a short rundown of the rival factions: The UCS (Unified Continental States) and the OCU (Oceanic Community Union). The world of Evolved has political tensions and detante... More
  • Blog Post: Singers Wanted For Square Enix's Gun Loco Theme Song Contest

    Are you a singer looking for your big break? Square Enix's upcoming gonzo action game Gun Loco could be your springboard to stardom, or at least temporary Internet fame (those are essentially the same thing nowadays anyway). Starting September 9th, you can go to the Square-Enix Members website and... More
  • Blog Post: Stay Cool With Final Fantasy Hand Fan At Comic-Con

    As the great poet Nelly once said, "It's gettin' hot in herre." The "herre" he was referring to was no doubt Comic-Con 2010, which kicks off this Thursday, July 22 in San Diego. To help keep you from overheating from all the nerdery going down, the good folks at Square-Enix... More
  • Blog Post: Square Bringing Lord Of Arcana To North America

    Square-Enix today announced that the upcoming action/RPG Lord of Arcana is heading to PSPs in North America.The game puts an emphasis on cooperative play, with up to four players teaming up to battle monsters, fight evil, and complete quests. Yes, this is a complete departure from Square's usual... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Makes Ridiculously Bold Claim

    This Friday, Square-Enix is planning on making an announcement, which – if the teaser site can be believed – will “Change Japanese History.” The teaser site Square has set up doesn’t really make it clear what kind of announcement we can expect, but it seems to be some kind... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy XIV Alpha Details Uncovered

    Though we haven’t been lucky enough to score invites to the Final Fantasy XIV alpha test, today we received an insider tip with some early info on the game and some screens from the online alpha manual. Included in the manual were new details on the experience and skill leveling up systems and... More
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