kula shakerz    today    1 comment

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD was announced at this years E3 and the press got to see it action at Gamescom a few weeks later. This time its our turn! The brand new Tokyo Game Show trailer features clips of gameplay and it looks pretty good even if its just a HD port of a PSP game. Final Fantasy Type-0 HD will release March 17th, 2015 in the US, and it includes a demo of Final Fantasy XV.

Final Fantasy XV TGS Trailer

Xin    today    7 comments

Hey, listen. You've all been good boys and girls. Waiting oh so patiently for news on this specific game and getting so little in return. it's time you get rewarded for all that patience. So sit back, relax, and enjoy a new trailer for Final Fantasy XV.

Tetsuya Nomura no longer directing Final Fantasy XV

Xin    today    6 comments

Square Enix CEO Yosuke Matsuda has released a statement regarding Final Fantasy XV, most notably stating that Tetsuya Nomura is no longer director of the long overdue title. He has been replaced by Hajime Tabata, director of Crisis Core & Before Crisis in the FFVII Compilation and FF:Type-0. The statement, in full: In reviewing our development structure, we have decided...

Final Fantasy XV Demo Voucher will be included with FF Type-0 HD

Xin    yesterday    5 comments

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD will release March 17th, 2015 in the US, and it's bringing you a special gift if you decide to pick it up: a voucher code to download a demo of the long awaited Final Fantasy XV. What's the catch, you ask? The demo most likely will not be available the same day Type-0 releases, but at...

Message from Dragon Quest creator Yuji Horii

kula shakerz    2014-09-10    1 comment

Square Enix recently posted a video message from the creator of the Dragon Quest franchise Yuji Horii (堀井 雄二) where he talks about how the franchise was born and his thoughts on the game design that’s made the franchise so popular. Horii currently heads his own production company, Armor Project, a company that has an exclusive production contract with Square...

FFXV, KH3 Skipping TGS 2014

Brendan    2014-09-05    5 comments

Square Enix is bringing their September finest to the annual Tokyo Game Show which will take place between the 18th and 21st; but don't expect blockbuster titles Final Fantasy XV or Kingdom Hearts III to put in a significant appearance. Earlier this week, Square announced its lineup for TGS 2014, all but confirming the absence of their two most anticipated...

Dragon Quest Heroes revealed at Sony press conference

kula shakerz    2014-09-01    5 comments

Square Enix revealed that they have been working on a yet another Dragon Quest spin-off title during Sony's pre-Tokyo Game Show press conference. The game is called Dragon Quest Heroes and it appears to be a hack and slash, Dynasty Warriors-style action role-playing game. This doesn't come as a huge surprise as it is developed in collaboration with Koei Tecmo...

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Tomb Raider: The Square Insider Review

Brendan    2014-03-13    3 comments

Lara Croft’s presence in the gaming industry could be called ubiquitous, to say the very least of a character that has been a staple of the gaming experience since 1996. Lara Croft has played a key role in the birth of the action-adventure genre, has spanned four generations of hardware, all in more than 9 games that have collectively sold...

The Art of Thief: The Square Insider Review

Brendan    2014-03-05    3 comments

After five long years of development and fomenting anticipation, Eidos-Montreal’s Thief was released to expectant gamers worldwide last week. While Garret’s long-awaited reboot has proven to be divisive, developer Eidos and publisher Square Enix partnered up with Titan Books to release The Art of Thief. This book of concept art and other artistic assets celebrates the game’s release, the artistic...

Lightning Returns: The Square Insider Review

Brendan    2014-02-24    5 comments

There's quite a lot to be said about LIGHTNING RETURNS: FINAL FANTASY XIII but chances are that most of it has been said elsewhere. It’s the concluding game in a wildly polarizing trilogy with a protagonist that is way more popular in Japan than she is in the west and, atop that, Square Enix has borne repeated criticism for developing...

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