Tagged:  Square Enix

By Eddie Inzauto, November 24, 2011 0 GN

Call of Duty isn’t just a western hit anymore. Media Create’s latest software sales charts report that the latest entry in the franchise, Modern Warfare 3, has topped sales in Japan during its first week of release, even up against… Read More »

By Anthony LaBella, November 21, 2011 0 GN

Development of Deus Ex: Human Revolution was handled by Eidos-Montreal. Following the success of that game, publisher Square Enix now plans on expanding its efforts in the city of Montreal. According to a recent press release, Square Enix will be… Read More »

By Anthony LaBella, September 1, 2011 0 VG Review

When Deus Ex: Invisible War came out in 2003, it wasn’t met with the same amount of enthusiasm as the original PC classic. Ever since then fans have been waiting for a worthy successor, and this year’s Deus Ex: Human… Read More »

By Sean Mackey, August 11, 2011 1 GN

Tetsuya Nomura has confirmed during an interview in this week’s issue of Dengeki Playstation that Final Fantasy Versus XIII will not be at Tokyo Game Show this year in any form. Nomura also confirmed however that he has set a… Read More »

By Mike Murphy, June 23, 2011 0 Previews

While everyone was freaking out over the first official trailer for Dead Island, I must admit that I sat back and took it with a big cup of skepticism. Sure, the video looked great, and I always love zombies, but… Read More »

By Greg Galiffa, June 1, 2011 0 VG Review

Moon Diver is built to devastate. The game begins in a flash, letting players choose between four different warriors with indistinguishable names and slightly different levels of mana, power, and health. You have the red guy, the blue woman, the… Read More »

By Anthony LaBella, May 24, 2011 0 VG Review

Square Enix rekindled interest in Final Fantasy IV a few years ago when they updated and re-released the RPG classic on the Nintendo DS. Now it looks like the company is trying to capitalize on that yet again with Final… Read More »

By Greg Galiffa, February 18, 2011 0 VG Review

When players boot up Lord of Arcana, they’re greeted with a very Monster Hunter-like game. You customize your character. You choose a hulky weapon type. You even end up in an amnesiac state after the first mission, rendering your memories… Read More »

By Eddie Inzauto, February 9, 2011 0 VG Review

Nier is a game primarily about loss, pain, and suffering; ironically, it is also a breath of fresh air. This multi-genre adventure by Cavia may struggle to nail down mechanical grace, but survives and shines on the quality of its… Read More »

By Dan Crabtree, January 5, 2011 0 Features

RPG purists often tout the era of the Super Nintendo as the pinnacle of role-play gaming, with titles like Final Fantasy III (in the U.S.) and Chrono Trigger often topping the lists. But Square developed another game that recalls distinct… Read More »