Posts tagged Square Enix
While we’re still waiting on that Kingdom Hearts III announcement from Square Enix, Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX will be out on September 10th (13th in Europe) and will contain Kingdom Hearts Final Mix, Re:Chain of Memories, all given the HD touch-up and trophy support while including a video More >
Square-Enix is putting the finishing touches on Final Fantasy 14: A Realm Reborn before it is officially relaunched later this year. Being a long-term project, Square-Enix is attempting to fix the game before it gets lost in the void of unplayed MMORPGs–and trust me, that void is ever growing. One More >
Another one of those JRPGs people weren’t sure if we were getting. Bravely Default: Flying Fairy was released in Japan back in October 2012, which is a surprise since it was released by Square Enix as a spiritual successor to Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light.
There were some tweets that More >
PAX East is this weekend and Square Enix has a special trailer. No, it’s not the long awaited Kingdom Heart 3. Instead, it’s the English trailer for the upcoming Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX which features HD versions of Kingdom Hearts (these are the unreleased International version) and Re:Chain More >
Man I can’t believe it’s already been 1 year and 6 months since we have heard anything about the Final Fantasy X HD remake. It’s Square Enix, and it’s been forever since we last heard any news about Versus XIII and the in-limbo Type-0, which is rumored to have been already worked on. It’s unknown More >
How amazing would it be to see a franchise you helped create become immortalized? Well what about if you yourself were turned into a figure? I would be amazed.
Square Enix’s Play Arts Kai has worked with a large line of companies including Konami for the Metal Gear Solid figure line. With Metal More >
With the imminent release of the reboot for Final Fantasy XIV around the corner, Square Enix has finally opened up beta sign-ups for all those who wish to take part. Fellow North American gamers can access their region’s sign-up page here, while our European comrades can fill their respective form More >
It’s no secret that Square Enix’s next Final Fantasy title releasing next year is Lightning Returns, aka Final Fantasy XIII-3, for both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
In the game, the world is going to end in 13 days and Lightning is the only one who can save it. Not too much detail is known More >
Yesterday Hideo Kojima tweeted pictures of a special bento (lunch box) he received from Sony to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Metal Gear.
Well he wasn’t the only one who received a special bento, Square Enix also received a very special bento to celebrate Final Fantasy’s 25th Anniversary More >
Yes, you read that title correctly. You’re free to pay whatever amount you want for Theatrhythm on iOS, depending on what content you’re looking for. However, It seems as though that price tag of “free” could climb quite steeply, depending on how closely your blood cells resemble More >
After being released after a few scant hours, and after a humongous backlash from the community and gaming press, Square Enix has pulled a controversial Facebook app promoting Hitman: Absolution.
If there is one critic whose reviews I never get tired of, it is Conan O’Brien’s Clueless Gamer. In the latest episode of Clueless Gamer, Conan takes on the upcoming video game title, Hitman: Absolution. Naturally, Conan is not particularly good at video games, but in this episode the “Ginga More >
Former Square Enix president Hisashi Suzuki has suddenly become very vocal about the state of his old company, taking to Twitter by calling the merger that took place in 2003 “a complete failure.”
In a series of posts, Suzuki, who commanded Square from 2000 to 2005, stated that the overall worth More >
Core Online is a new online service that allows play high-definition games in your browser for free, with no need to install anything.The service is currently in Beta but can be accessed here, and supports cloud save.
Current list of playable games are: Hitman Blood Money, and Mini Ninjas More >
Imagine a time before Kingdom Hearts. Who would have ever thought a franchise like Final Fantasy would ever team up with a juggernaut like Disney? Well, it happened. Kingdom Hearts was a game that quickly became a big hit. It was a mixture of story, easy battle system, and timeless Disney More >
Comic-Con is the Mecca of all things nerdy. Anything you look for chances are you will find it at Comic-Con. How you’re going to spend your money is another different story. This year walking the floor I saw Star Wars, Star Trek, Dr. Who, and a vast amount of figures from TV shows, Movies and More >
Right before E3 I posted about loving the Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance demo, and today during the Nintendo Live stream, it was announced the demo is already up on the 3DS eshop.
The demo is the same exact one they had at E3 featuring the “Three Musketeers” world, where you can play as both More >
Kim Swift is probably best known as one of the Digipen student developers behind Narbacular Drop, the project which later became Portal. She’s also worked on Left 4 Dead one and two, so you could say she’s accomplished quite a bit in only a little over five years in the game development world. I More >
Quantum Conundrum is a first-person puzzle-solving game brought to you by one of the minds who helped to create Portal, Kim Swift (you can read our interview with her, here). With that kind of pedigree, you’d be crazy to pass this game up. I got my hands on it, and really, I did not want to stop. More >
Here’s the E3 2012 trailer for Tomb Raider, a reboot to the Tomb Raider franchise. She’s younger, inexperienced, and really scared out of her mind. Every second we can hear her panting and screaming, kind of like Radha Mitchell in the Silent Hill movie. And now thanks to the trailer, we know that More >
Somehow I really wish I made up what the title describes, but it’s actually true. In this new pre-E3 trailer, a group of assassin nuns dressed in leather pays a visit to our dear friend, Agent 47. Before the attack, he is shown cleaning some wounds from what I can only surmise to be a previous hit More >
When the Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance trailer came out, I was very excited. It continues after Re:Coded, which retells previous Kingdom Hearts events. The Nobodies will be returning and another keyblade war may be happening soon. Now Sora and Riku have to train and be ready by taking the More >
I’m a sucker for music games. Anything having to do with tapping strings of notes in sync with the music often gives me a warm fuzzy feeling of knowing a song down to its meter and beat. So when Square-Enix invited me to try out their newest 3DS rhythm game: Theatrhythm Final Fantasy, my fingers More >
US Fans have something to cheer about with the first domestic Kingdom Hearts Limited Edition set. The “Mark of Mastery” edition will include a KH branded 3DS case, 12 art cards and 5 AR cards from more Dream Eaters (so 7 all together since when you pre-order you receive 2).
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Oh man, what a great last two days. Last night I got to try out the English demo for Kindgom Hearts Dream Drop Distance. The demo previewed the Musketeer world and gave us a taste of what’s to come, including teaming with Dream Eaters and the Dream Drop System (full preview coming very soon).
But More >