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Posts Tagged ‘Square Enix’

Nexon Announces SINoALICE Global Release

Nexon this week announced that they will be bringing SINoALICE to global markets on iOS and Android. SINoALICE is being codeveloped by Square Enix and Pokelabo, and is a grim retelling of popular fairy tales including Alice in Wonderland, Cinderella, Three Little Pigs, and more. Gamers will likely recognize game director Yoko Taro, moon-faced developer […]

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In Response To Gambling Laws, Square Enix Starts Pulling Titles From Belgium

Earlier this year the Belgian government gave a clear warning to game developers: Fall into line with your gambling mechanics or face potential criminal charges including fines and even jail sentences. Over the last seven months, we’ve seen the industry take the threat very seriously (for the most part). Companies like Blizzard and Valve have […]

[Not Massive] Steam Users Are Angry Over Early Tomb Raider Discounts

Shadow of the Tomb Raider is currently on sale and customers aren’t happy. The third and final installment in the latest Tomb Raider reboot series, Shadow of the Tomb Raider launched on PC on September 14 to pretty favorable reviews and Steam numbers. This week, the game was discounted 34% off on October 16, 47% […]

[From the Vault] Rant: More Money Than Sense

(Editor’s Note: This piece is an unpublished rant from 2013 that I decided to release because it is mostly finished albeit a giant text of complaints, I feel it still holds true today. The story below is true.) I had an epiphany¬†moment way back when Final Fantasy XIV first came out in 2010 that drastically […]

Square Enix Announces Charity Efforts For Hurricane Relief

Square Enix has partnered with Global Giving to host the Final Fantasy 30th anniversary event, an art exhibit that will see a number of original Final Fantasy works auctioned off for charity. A gallery of work will be available to view for free at Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra California, where the exhibit will be open […]

Final Fantasy XIV 4.1 Update Takes Players to Ivalice

Square Eninx today released patch 4.1 for Final Fantasy XIV, bringing players back to Ivalice. The update includes more main scenario quests, a new 24-player raid series, a new high level dungeon, solo dungeons, housing areas and more. Solo dungeons are an interesting concept, it appears that players are able to hire squadrons which can […]

FFXIV Showcases Update 4.05 and Subscription Bonus

Final Fantasy XIV has launched patch 4.05, introducing a new dungeon in the form of the Lost Canals of Uznair. Hardy adventurers will be able to get their hands on new equipment and the new Allagan Tombstones of Creation. The Lost Canals of Uznair, a special instance similar to the Aquapolis, can be accessed after […]

[Video] Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood’s Opening Theme

Even if you’re not a fan of Final Fantasy, it’s hard to deny that the series has always had a beautiful soundtrack. With Stormblood coming very soon, Square Enix has released Revolutions, the theme song of the expansion. Check it out embedded above.

Square Enix Releases Fiscal Year Results, Divorces From IO Interactive

Square Enix has released their end of the year fiscal results, boasting an impressive boost to revenue thanks to the launch of strong AAA titles like Final Fantasy XV. Final Fantasy XV boosted revenues alongside Deus Ex and the Playstation 4 version of Rise of the Tomb Raider, alongside strong downloads of prior releases.¬†Net sales […]

Final Fantasy XV, Tomb Raider Drive Square Enix 9 Month Sales

Square Enix’s latest income report is out and the results are pretty positive. For the nine month fiscal period ending December 16, net sales amounted to 190 billion Yen, a 24.4% increase over the same period last year. Operating income meanwhile dropped nearly ten percent, although Square is expecting a positive outcome by the end […]

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