Square's Development Plans
kula shakerz    2002-05-29, 00:00 am.

Square recently announced their development plans for the "big three" systems right now, Sony's PlayStation 2, Nintendo's GameCube, and Microsoft's X-Box. Square had decided not to pursue development for the X-Box. Rather, they will put most of their resources towards PlayStation 2 development. Final Fantasy XII is scheduled to hit the PS2 sometime in 2003.

As for GameCube development, Square only has one game slated for the system this year, which will feature connectivity with one of their upcoming Game Boy Advance games. It has not been made clear which game it will be (for either system), and the only officially announced GBA game from Square thus far is Final Fantasy Tactics.

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