Square Enix - Games in Asia
We got a hands-on and a behind-closed-doors look at Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, and came away with strong, but mixed, feelings.
Square Enix’s DiveIn service is bringing FF7 and 13 to your smart phone through streaming. But despite smooth performance, we have some reservations.
While the top 10 was full of familiar faces, Level 5 has set the pace for Japanese summer sales, with Nintendo, Bandai Namco and co. gaining ground.
Fan-favorite mini-games Triple Triad and chocobo racing are set to be part of Final Fantasy XIV’s upcoming Gold Saucer content, producer Yoshi P confirms.
With the upcoming release of Final Fantasy VII G-bike is it time for Square Enix to have a look at some other much loved mini-games for future release?
The votes are in. The game developers that Japan considers as its most loved and popular may not surprise you at all.
South Korea-based Actoz Soft is launching Million 演義 (Lore), a Romance of the Three Kingdoms-Million Arthur Facebook game jointly developed with Square Enix.
Magnificent Million Arthur is the world’s first English version of Square Enix’s Kaku-San-Sei Million Arthur card battle RPG, and boy, is it a big one.
It has been well over a decade since I first played through Final Fantasy X (FF X) on my Playstation 2 (PS2), but I remember the adventure so incredibly well.
Square Enix is celebrating Romancing Saga’s 25th year with a new game and featuring a couple of the title’s popular songs on the upcoming Theatrhythm.
Final Fantasy fans have long been clamoring for sequels to their favorite installments of the JRPG franchise, but when Square Enix finally caved and made the first one, it was met with a great deal of confusion.