kula shakerz    yesterday    0 comments

Square Enix has opened a Final Fantasy XIV themed café in Tokyo Japan. The cafe is named Eorzea Cafe and it is modelled after the Carline Canopy. The establishment is decorated with weapon and armour replicas, Moogles, as well as a giant map of the world. They also have computers where guests can play the game. The Eorzea Café is located on the 2nd floor of the Pasela Resorts building in the Akihabara district.

Square Enix teams up with Humble Bundle

kula shakerz    2014-07-22    1 comment

Square Enix has teamed up with Humble Bundle to offer a pay-what-you-want deal for a bunch of games. The bundle includes 16 games for those who pay $14.99 or more. Paying more than the average (currently at $6.89) will net you 11 games and the possibility to get more games later on. If you pay less than the average then...

New Rogue/Ninja Class coming to Final Fantasy XIV

Xin    2014-06-12    1 comment

The content continues to roll in for Final Fantasy XIV, this time in the form of a new class and job for players to choose from. The Rogue, a new DPS class previously teased in Patch 2.3, will officially arrive in Patch 2.4 when it launches this fall. As with other classes, once your Rogue hits Lv30, you will unlock...


Final Fantasy Explorers announced for the Nintendo 3DS

kula shakerz    2014-06-11    0 comments

Japanese magazine Jump (ジャンプ) has revealed in its latest issue that Square Enix is currently working on a multiplayer action-RPG game for the 3DS called Final Fantasy Explorers. Up to four players will be able to form a co-op party where they can select from a variety of classic Final Fantasy classes. No release date for the Japanese market has...

Square Enix Presents: E3 2014 Live Day 2

kula shakerz    2014-06-11    2 comments

Square Enix is will be streaming live from E3 on tuesday (12:00 PST), wednesday (09:45 PST) and thursday (09:45 PST). Their live events will consist of live music performances, interviews and previews of future titles. And the best news? You can watch it all live here at Square Insider.


Final Fantasy VII G-BIKE coming to a mobile device near you

kula shakerz    2014-06-10    4 comments

Square Enix has revealed yet another Final Fantasy VII spin-off title. This time they're releasing a mobile game for Android and iOS devices based on the popular G-BIKE minigame from the PlayStation 1 classic. The game will be available as a free download with in-app purchases (no surprises here) and the release date is still to be decided. FINAL FANTASY...

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD is coming to the PS4 and Xbox One

kula shakerz    2014-06-10    10 comments

Senior product and marketing manager, Sakura Minamida at Square Enix has just revleaed that Final Fantasy Type-0 will be coming to the PlayStation Vita PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Ever since the original PlayStation Portable release in Japan, you guys have never given up on it, raising your voices in an effort to see this title come to North America...


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