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Bloodmasque shows its face on iOS for free this week

To celebrate over 500,000 downloads, Square Enix's vampire hunt-em-up, Bloodmasque, is free on iOS this week. The app will be a free download until midnight on December 16. Bloodmasque is set in the nineteenth century, in the vampire-ruled city of Paris. As a champion of justice, you must sweep...

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Final Fantasy 4: The After Years out now on iOS, Android

Lend me your ears and I'll sing you a song, because Final Fantasy 4: The After Years is available now on the App Store and Google Play for $16. Oh hang on, this isn't the one with Fred Savage that isn't The Wizard - your ears are safe for now, then. Instead, we'll note this is a complete 3D...

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Square Enix partners with Latin American studio for Project Carnival

There's always something to ruin millenniums of peace for everyone, isn't there? Such is life in the universe of Project Carnival, a role-playing trading card game in joint development between Square Enix and Argentinian developer Okam Studio. In Project Carnival, the gods responsible for...

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Bloodmasque free for a week on iOS

Bloodmasque, which we've yet to conclude is pronounced as blood-MASK or blood-MAS-que, is currently free for iOS devices until Midnight on November 7. The game has also added the "Hunter Rankings" feature, which is a set of weekend challenges for in-game items. The Vampire-hunting app features...

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Final Fantasy 7 on mobile 'years' away

A mobile version of Final Fantasy 7 is still "years" away, according to Square Enix producer Takashi Tokita, despite the fact that the franchise's first six titles are already available for multiple mobile platforms. Speaking with Shacknews, Tokita said that porting the 1997 fan favorite to...

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Report: Enhanced Final Fantasy 6 coming to iOS, Android

An updated version of Final Fantasy VI will make its mobile debut on iOS and Android this year, according to Square Enix producer Takashi Tokita. "The battle systems have been altered for the other [mobile remakes] for Final Fantasy and VI will be the same," Tokita tells Kotaku. For instance...

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Dragon Quest 1-8 head for smartphones

Square Enix is giving the smartphone treatment to the Dragon Quest series, with the first eight numbered games all on the way to iOS and Android. Dragon Quest 1 gets things started this year, a teaser site confirming it's coming to iOS and Android in Japan in the winter. There's no word on...

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Final Fantasy 4: The After Years coming to iOS, Android this winter [Update]

Final Fantasy 4: The After Years will launch on Android and iOS this winter, the European Square Enix blog announced. Set 17 years after the original Super Famicom game, the Japanese mobile game first launched in 2008, later arriving on WiiWare in 2009 and PSP in 2011. The "full 3D remake" of...

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Final Fantasy 5 out now on Android

Like day follows night, Android versions of Final Fantasy games follow their iOS siblings - except the time gap is a little longer. After hitting iOS earlier this year, JRPG classic Final Fantasy 5 has completed its journey to Android, available at the same price of $15.99. This version...

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Final Fantasy Agito localization will 'definitely happen'

Mobile RPG Final Fantasy Agito will be localized, Square Enix recently revealed. Speaking with USGamer at the Tokyo Game Show, Square Enix's Hajime Tabata said the game "will definitely be localized." He quickly clarified that while the game will be translated to other languages, that doesn't...

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