Tag: Square Enix

Don’t Expect To See Marvel Or Star Wars In Kingdom Hearts Soon

One of the unique aspects of Square Enix’s Kingdom Hearts game is that it combines intellectual property from Square Enix and Disney. However with Disney also owning other brands such as Marvel and Star Wars, we’re sure that some have wondered if Marvel and Star Wars could eventually find their […]

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NPD: Kingdom Hearts III made more than twice what Kingdom Hearts II did in its first month

Kingdom Hearts III was the No. 1 best-selling game in the U.S. in January, according to industry-tracking firm The NPD Group. It also brought in, in terms of dollars, two-and-a-half times what Kingdom Hearts II did when it launched in the U.S. back in March 2006. Kingdom Hearts III launched […]

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Square Enix restructures dev teams from 11 to 4 after sluggish sales

Square Enix is reducing its internal development teams from 11 down to four. The publisher is making this move to reduce cost. This comes as the company reports a decline in revenues year-over-year during Q3 of its fiscal 2019, which ran through December 31. Through the first nine months of […]

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Square Enix turned Final Fantasy into a digital card game

While CES 2019 occupies everyone’s attention in the U.S., Square Enix quietly announced the free-to-play Final Fantasy Digital Card Game. Announced for PC and smartphones, Final Fantasy Digital Card Game takes the popular Final Fantasy franchise and turns it into a turn-based card game. You can make your own decks that consist of various characters and […]

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Final Fantasy 13 Trilogy Picks Up Backward Compatibility For Xbox One

The backward compatibility program for the Xbox One enables developers to bring their old titles to the current-gen console. Final Fantasy fans will be interested in knowing that the Final Fantasy 13 trilogy has picked up backward compatibility support for the Xbox One. Microsoft and Square Enix have confirmed that […]

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15 best puzzle games for Android

Puzzle games used to be a simple genre with a simple idea. You solve puzzles for time killing enjoyment. However, the genre ballooned in a big way on mobile. In fact, it’s one of the most popular genres on the entire platform. It started with simple viral games like 2048 and evolved into genuinely enjoyable […]

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[Update: It’s back] Life is Strange: Before the Storm is out on Android

Square Enix’s original Life is Strange graphic adventure game only recently launched on Android this past July. It was apparent the delayed release (the iOS version came out seven months prior) was in preparation for the upcoming prequel. PC and console players have already had a chance to play the prequel’s first chapter (yes, this […]

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Life is Strange: Before the Storm is out on Android

Square Enix’s original Life is Strange graphic adventure game only recently launched on Android this past July. It was apparent the delayed release (the iOS version came out seven months prior) was in preparation for the upcoming prequel. PC and console players have already had a chance to play the prequel’s first chapter (yes, this […]

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15 best non-Freemium Android games

Freemium games hit Android like a dump truck. It allowed apps and games to go free with users paying money later if they chose to and it’s been a model that has been dominant. Freemium games make more money than their pay-once counterparts and people tend to download them more often. However, there are many […]

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The Octopath Traveler Musical Cue I Can’t Stop Thinking About

Octopath Traveler’s battle music has all of the zest you could want, brimming with quick drumbeats and arpeggiated chords. One simple trick ties together the game’s story and boss battles, creating amazing musical cues that make each new encounter even more exciting. Octopath Traveler assigns each character an instrument that’s used prominently in their leitmotifs, […]

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Politician Made Anti-LGBTQ Comments On Dragon Quest Composer’s TV Show

Japanese politician Mio Sugita has made international news due to her anti-LGBTQ comments on a television show. The program is co-hosted by Koichi Sugiyama, who composes music for the Dragon Quest games. This was pointed out by Twitter user Shaun Musgrave (via Duckroll at ResetEra): The network is very right-wing. The show isn’t mainstream, nor […]

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Octopath Traveler review: A solid throwback to the JRPG greats

After more than a year of waiting, Octopath Traveler has finally arrived on the Nintendo Switch, and boy are JRPG fans excited. One look at its aesthetic is all you need to begin drawing comparisons to the many excellent JRPGs from the 1990s, like Secret of Mana, Final Fantasy VI, and Chrono Trigger. It’s safe […]

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Octopath Traveler’s Best NPC Is This Reclusive Old Man

Every party member in Octopath Traveler has a special ability that allows them to interact with NPCs throughout the world. Ophilia the cleric and Primrose the dancer can temporarily recruit NPCs into the party and summon them during battles. One unassuming old man is able to unleash Hell upon enemies. I’m pretty sure he’s a […]

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