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Square Enix

A Japanese developer and publisher of Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest, Kingdom Hearts, and others

Square Enix

Square Enix is multinational corporation active in several areas of the entertainment industry. In games, Square Enix produces an array of high profile titles, including Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest, and Kingdom Hearts, as well as Taito franchises like Space Invaders and Bubble Bobble. In addition, Square Enix has several film, anime, online, and mobile phone properties.

Square Enix was formed as the result of a merger between Square Co. and Enix. A disastrous foray into the box office industry (see Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within) left Square financially crippled. Though its revenues were smaller, Enix was able to absorb a much weakened Square on April 1, 2003. Square stockholders received .85 shares of stock in the new company while those of Enix received a one-to-one trade. However, many top Square officials assumed leadership roles in the new corporate hierarchy, including Square president Yoichi Wada, appointed president and overlord of the new corporate entity.

In the face of rapidly declining Japanese market share in the lucrative western games market1, Square Enix acquired Tomb Raider publisher Eidos in 20092.

  1. Gamasutra: Report: Japanese Market Share Of Overseas Game Biz Down By 20%

  2. Gamasutra: Square Enix, Eidos Agree On Buyout Timeline

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Square Enix working on two Kingdom Hearts HD ports

Square Enix announced at the Tokyo Game Show 2012 that it will port the PlayStation 2 games Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories to PlayStation 3 in high definition. The two ports will be released under the title Kingdom Hearts -HD 1.5 ReMIX- and include trophy support.


New The World Ends with You Teaser Site Launched

Square Enix have launched a countdown website with the 'subaseka' in the URL. This is the abbreviation for the Action RPG Subarashiki Kono Sekai for the Nintendo DS, released in the West as The World Ends with You. The countdown is now just less than 6 days from finishing.

Director Tatsuya Kando and character designer Tetsuya Nomura have previously stated they would like to make a sequel, especially due to the reception in the United States.12. The World Ends with You sold 410,000 copies in the United States, compared to 210,000 in Japan Read on

  1. World Ends With You 2 on the way? - Official Nintendo Magazine UK

  2. Nomura Open To Developing The World Ends With You Sequel - gameinformer


While there are no new Final Fantasy games shown at this year's E3, Square Enix did reveal a trailer called "Agni's Philosophy" that demonstrates the Luminous Studio engine, next-gen tech that can, according to a press release1, "depict high quality 'real time computer graphics' at the same level as 'pre-rendered computer graphics'. The fine details of the characters, who express life-like humanity, are showcased through their rich facial expressions, subtleties of their pupils and hair, and their brilliantly flowing garments."

  1. This is what Final Fantasy might look like on next-gen tech (Joystiq)

Square Enix's Latest Desperate Attempt to Lure People into Final Fantasy XIV

BlogFinal Fantasy XIV didn't get off to a great start. The game was launched on PC to little/no fanfare. In fact gamers reported so many problems and issues that Hiromichi Tanaka resigned as producer along with a number of other staff changes1. Now that Square Enix have spent time re-designing and re-working the game - they want people to give them money. Read on

  1. /sblog/2189/ffxiv-free-game-time-extended-again-key-staff-resign-or-are-re-shuffled-from-game FFXIV free game time extended again, key staff resign or are re-shuffled and PS3 version delayed -

Siliconera has discovered a trademark registration and domain name claim by Square Enix for "Chrono Bind". I need to lie down. Square Enix is trolling gamers worldwide by registering a domain name and trademark starting with "Chrono" when in reality it's just a stupid minigame in FFXIII-2. Fuck you Square Enix.

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