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In truth, had Sony have increased the price of PS3 and Square Enix decided to sell Final Fantasy XIII for £100 it would still have sold millions – but Sony’s ...
Alongside the confirmation that Final Fantasy XIII is to be released simultaneously on Xbox 360 and PS3 in Europe next Spring, the game’s producer Yoshinori Kitase has also confirmed that ...
Yoshinori Kitase, the producer of Square Enix’s upcoming RPG sensation Final Fantasy XIII, has stated that the game will be released simultaneously on both PS3 and Xbox 360 in Europe.
Eidos has unveiled plans for the promotional blitz backing upcoming kids title Mini Ninjas.
Square Enix has announced a mixed bag of results in its latest financial report, with the climb in net games sales being offset by a drop in both net and ...
Square Enix is confident that Dissidia Final Fantasy will outperform all of the series’ previous entries on PSP.
Since its arrival on the North American arm of Sony’s PlayStation Network two weeks ago Square Enix’s retro RPG Final Fantasy VII has already been downloaded 100,000 times.
American ratings board the ESRB has granted a certificate to retro PSOne RPG Final Fantasy VII, a sure sign that the cherished game is heading to the US arm of ...
It’s hardly the biggest surprise in the world, but a new poster advertising campaign in the US has confirmed that Final Fantasy XIII will be released in the region in ...
Xbox 360 RPG fans will be able to get their hands on Star Ocean: The Last Hope on June 5th, publisher Square Enix has confirmed.
Japanese developer and publisher Square Enix has revealed some global lifetime sales figures for its biggest owned IPs – and unsurprisingly it’s Final Fantasy that leads the charge.
Western-looking Japanese publisher Square Enix has lifted the lid on a brand new WWII strategy title called Order of War, which will be released on PC in Europe this autumn.
Eidos will be under the formal control of Square Enix within weeks but jobs look safe, with the business running as an independent unit.