Enix has apparently mentioned to Japanese magazine Quiter that it will not be pursuing development of software titles for either the Xbox or Gamecube - planned games will only be released for PS2 or Game Boy Advance, and most will be for PS2. Whether or not this policy will change when they merge with Square to form Square Enix, however, wasn't mentioned.1
The Enix Corporation (株式会社エニックス, Kabushiki-gaisha Enikkusu) was a Japanese company that produced video games, anime and manga. The company was founded by Yasuhiro Fukushima on September 22, 1975 as Eidansha Boshu Service Center (株式会社営団社募集サービスセンター, Kabushiki Gaisha Eidansha Boshū Sābisu Sentā) and renamed Enix in 1982. The name is a play on the words "phoenix", a mythical bird that is reborn from its own ashes, and "ENIAC", the world's first digital computer.
Enix is perhaps best known for publishing the Dragon Quest series of role-playing video games. The company merged with Square in 2003 to become Square Enix.