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  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Who Should Play Lara Croft In The Tomb Raider Movie?

    When you inevitably go see the Tomb Raider film in theaters, who do you want to be staring at? In this scenario, I'm presuming that you are facing the film and didn't walk into the wrong theater. I know it's a complicated question, but who do you want to play Lara Croft? A few days ago, it... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Hits Four Million Users, Offers Limited Free Login

    Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn now has 4 million registered accounts, and Square Enix is letting anyone who has previously paid for the game back online for free. Beginning tomorrow, February 27 at 12:00AM PST, A Realm Reborn's doors will reopen to past subscribers, allowing them to play for free... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Is Bringing Dragon Quest Heroes To PlayStation 4 In The West

    Last year, Koei Tecmo and Omega Force teamed up with Nintendo to create Hyrule Warriors. The mashup combined The Legend of Zelda’s lore with Dynasty Warriors gameplay. Today, Square Enix has announced a new Musou mashup. Dragon Quest Heroes will be arriving this year in the west on PlayStation... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Removes The World Ends With You From iOS App Store

    Square Enix has removed one of its titles from the iOS App Store . The World Ends With You, originally released on Nintendo DS in 2008, received an iOS overhaul that made it compatible with a single screen in 2012. Unfortunately, the game had significant problems on Apple’s latest mobile operating... More
  • Blog Post: Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call DLC Adds Another Chrono Trigger Track & More

    Square Enix is now offering up more DLC tracks for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call at $.99 apiece. Last month, DLC tracks for Chrono Trigger and The World Ends With You , among others, were also added to the canon. Squer Enix is also teasing more add-on tracks for March 5. Here are today's... More
  • Blog Post: Crystal Dynamics Formally Welcomes Nate Wells And Tore Blystad

    In early December 2014, we reported that former Naughty Dog employee Nate Wells had joined Crystal Dynamics as an art director. Today, the studio has posted an official welcome to Wells and another new staff member, Tore Blystad. In addition to serving as lead artist on The Last of Us, Wells is credited... More
  • Blog Post: PSA: Square Enix Humble Bundle 2 Steals, Assassinates, And Investigates For Charity

    Square Enix and Humble Bundle are teaming up again to load your backlog up with good games at low prices. This time out, the bundle features entries from the Hitman, Thief, and Deus Ex series. At the “pay what you want” level, you can come away with Hitman Absolution, Hitman Go (Android)... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Seeking Developer Pitches For Gex, Fear Effect, And Anachronox

    Square Enix has announced that it is seeking indie developer submissions for game ideas based on old Eidos properties Gex, Fear Effect, and Anachronox as part of its Collective crowdfunding platform. Unveiled early last year , the program has different phases, including feedback, funding, and development... More
  • Blog Post: Capcom's Breath Of Fire Now Available On Wii U Virtual Console

    The Capcom and Square Soft (this is before it became Square Enix) team-up Super Nintendo RPG is now available on Wii U's Virtual Console. Originally released in 1993, Breath of Fire features character designs by Keiji Inafune, who is often credited as being the father of Mega Man. In the game, players... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy Type-0 HD Devs Lecture On Campus

    Two Square Enix developers working on Final Fantasy Type-0 HD are conducting lectures at SMU and USC to talk about the game's development, the Final Fantasy series, and their experiences in the industry. Yusuke Naora (art director) will talk about the visuals of the Final Fantasy series at SMU's... More
  • Blog Post: Life Is Stranger When Set To The Metal Gear Solid 3 Theme Song

    Ladders have been a factor in gaming since the days of Donkey Kong and BurgerTime, but it wasn’t until Metal Gear Solid 3 that they really started to pop. One of the most iconic scenes of the PlayStation 2 era featured Naked Snake wearily ascending what seems like a miles-long ladder. Now, the... More
  • Blog Post: Find Out If You Would Survive Lara Croft’s Bear Attack

    For obvious reasons, the recent announcement of our Rise of the Tomb Raider cover story has us thinking a lot about facing down a giant bear. Luckily, humor website Clickhole has us covered with a new “ClickVenture” interactive game, answering once and for all how we would fare if we were... More
  • Blog Post: The Rise Of The Tomb Raider Digital Issue Is Live

    If you have a computer or tablet, you could be reading all about Rise of the Tomb Raider right now. Following today's cover story announcement , our digital issue is now live on web browser and will be coming to iPad , Android , and Google Play throughout the day. You can download the apps for free... More
  • Blog Post: Nosgoth Celebrates A Million Pre-Release Downloads

    Nosgoth isn't even out yet, and it's already gotten a dose of good news. The title is in open beta, with a million downloads to its name. To celebrate, players can now experience the Summoner vampire class. They can bring in and command ghouls from the underworld, throw up a shield against projectiles... More
  • Blog Post: Artist Mashes Up Zelda And Final Fantasy Logos In Clever Ways

    An artist going by the name Shattered Earth has combined their love for Final Fantasy and Zelda in a very clever way. Looking at the logos, it makes you wonder why more hasn't been combined with Final Fantasy's iconic logos. Above you will Skyward Sword's Link and Zelda combined with Final... More
  • Blog Post: Dragon Quest V: Hand Of The Heavenly Bride Out Now On Mobile

    Square Enix is making good on earlier promises that it was bringing more Dragon Quest games to mobile platforms. Dragon Quest V: Hand of the Heavenly Bride is the series' newest arrival on iPhone, iPad touch, iPad, and Android devices. The game features monster collection, a casino and variety of... More
  • Blog Post: Theatrhythm Gets DLC From The World Ends With You, Chrono Trigger, And More

    Square Enix’s adorable music rhythm game, Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy Curtain Call is blissfully branching out once more from its namesake series. Today, music from three more games outside the Final Fantasy library becomes available. The headliner is music from The World Ends with You. If you happened... More
  • Blog Post: Get Your Questions Ready For The Final Fantasy Type-0 HD AMA

    If you've got a question about Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, then the game's director Hajime Tabata likely has an answer for you. Square Enix and Tabata are holding an AMA (Ask Me Anything) on Reddit in a few days. The AMA session is on January 23 at 10 a.m. Pacific time (here's the official Reddit... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix’s Nosgoth Enters Open Beta On January 21

    Square Enix and Psyonix are bringing the battle between human and vampire into open beta next week. Nosgoth, a free-to-play, competitive multiplayer title set in the Legacy of Kain universe arrives in open beta on January 21. Beyond just being a team-based competitive title, Nosgoth offers asymmetric... More
  • Blog Post: Xenogears Track & More Appear As Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call DLC

    Square Enix has released more DLC tracks for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call's Second Performance, each priced at $.99. The battle music-sequence tracks are: "Opening – Bombing Mission" (Final Fantasy VII) "Primal Judgement" (Final Fantasy XIV) "Soaring"... More
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