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Final Fantasy 6 now available on US iTunes

Following yesterday's appearance on New Zealand's app store, Final Fantasy 6 has hopped the Pacific and is now available to classic RPG fans in the United States. Priced at $16, this most recent remake of the fan-favorite epic features modern graphics, a redesigned user interface, and the...

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Bravely Default launch trailer wallows in RPG nostalgia

If your expectations for a Square Enix roleplaying game are largely based on a childhood spent riding Chocobos, in turn-based combat or summoning Bahamut, the new Japanese launch trailer for Bravely Default: Flying Fairy should be right up your alley....

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Ian Livingstone resigns as 'life president' of Square Enix

Square Enix "life president" Ian Livingstone has abandoned his post, citing a desire to "focus more time on the important projects he is working on outside of Square Enix." Square Enix acquired Eidos in 2009 and promoted Livingstone to "life president." At the time the new title seemed...

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Final Fantasy VII materia-lizes on Steam

Final Fantasy VII is as steamy as the Honey Bee Inn, now that it's available via the Steam portal. The Steam version out this week is the same as last year's PC re-release, complete with Cloud saves, achievements, and the Character Booster. It should be no surprise, then, that it's going at the...

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Parasite Eve and the RPG road less traveled

In his weekly column, writer Bob Mackey will alternate between two of his passions: the Japanese RPG genre and classic games. As a lifelong follower of Square Enix – through both good times and bad – Parasite Eve stands as the first of its US-released games that left me feeling pangs...

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Final Fantasy IV out now on Android

After battling onto iOS late last year, Final Fantasy IV took a bit more active-time to reach Android. The Square RPG is out now for Android 2.3.3 and up, priced $16/£11. This version's a tad different from the one released for the SNES as Final Fantasy II outside of Japan. Key cut scenes...

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Hiromichi Tanaka leaves Square Enix

Hiromichi Tanaka, a producer and designer who has been a part of Square Enix since before it was even Square Enix, announced his departure from the company during Vanafest 2012, an event held to commemorate Final Fantasy XI's 10-year anniversary. Tanaka's departure is due in part to his health; he...

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FFXIII-2 first week sales roughly a third of FFXIII's first week sales

Final Fantasy XIII-2, the latest sequel-sequel from the androgyny JRPG veterans at Square Enix, has closed its first week of sales in the land of the rising sun, with somewhat mixed results. The PS3 version of the title has sold 524,000 units according to Andriasang's translation of Media...

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Final Fantasy XIII-2 trailer shows off combat system improvements

Final Fantasy XIII-2 won't just append an additional number and some monster-collecting mechanics to the (thirteenth) original, you know. Check out the trailer above to see the "Enhanced" combat system in action. (Read: Quick-Time Events!) ...

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Final Fantasy 3DS rhythm game, Theatrhythm, revealed

We've interacted with the world of Final Fantasy in so many ways. We've stabbed guys, changed outfits, even made Chocobos have sex with each other, but we're still waiting on the Final Fantasy game where battles are conducted by rhythmically tapping on the screen along with prompts. (Actually,...

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