Since its reveal at E3 2013, Square Enix has kept Kingdom Hearts fans waiting eagerly on the edge of their seats for any and all Kingdom Hearts III news. Much to the dismay of the Kingdom Hearts community, Square Enix has provided fans with very little information about the upcoming title throughout the four years. Prior to E3 2017, Square Enix announced that they would not be revealing any new in...[Read More]
For months, the world has speculated what might be in store next for Life is Strange and residents of Arcadia Bay. At E3 2017, Square Enix and Deck Nine Games confirmed that they had indeed been working on a new Life is Strange title and that it would be releasing later this year. Life is Strange: Before the Storm takes place before the events of the first game and will be releasing on August 31st...[Read More]
Square Enix and Disney are set to announce some new information about Kingdom Hearts III at this year’s D23 Expo. Every ounce of Kingdom Hearts III news is worth its weight in platinum, so fans should be overjoyed to know there is a surprise in store. GamerPage has reported that there will be something coming and even pointed out an interesting piece from a Square Enix press release.
Over the last few months, the gaming community has suspected that a new Tomb Raider was in development. A lot of Xbox gamers suspected that the new Tomb Raider title would be shown during Microsoft’s press conference at E3 2017, but after the dust settled there was no sight of Shadow of the Tomb Raider. Less than three days after E3 2017 came to a close, a leak has potentially occurred revea...[Read More]
Time to get dirty! MXGP3 – The Official Motocross Videogame gets the green flag on June 20, 2017 to bring some serious off-road dirt bike action to consoles and PCs. There aren’t a lot of motorcycle racing games around (there aren’t even a lot of recent racing games outside of The Crew that even include motorcycles) so it’s always nice to see a new two-wheeled contender join the ranks.
After several months of wondering what exactly will happen to the iconic assassin, IO Interactive have just recently concluded negotiations with Square Enix. While many assumed Hitman would stay with Square Enix, myself included, IO Interactive are officially the full owners of the rights to the Hitman franchise. From this moment forward, IO Interactive is an independent studio.
To the roar of fans across the world, Life Is Strange was recently announced to be getting another entry. The first game was a smashing success, selling millions of copies, making good use of the episodic model, and touching the hearts of millions of players. Late this summer, players will get to travel back to Arcadia Bay and experience a story set three years prior to the events of the first gam...[Read More]
Unlike the PSVita, Square Enix seemed to adore the PSP. Granted, it was immensely popular in Japan, even seeping into popular culture with its iconic design. During that golden age of Square Enix portability, a unique fighting game starring many characters from the Final Fantasy legacy was released. Finally, the newest title that has been in Japanese arcades for a while is getting localized as Dis...[Read More]
Square Enix announced that it would be partnering with developer People Can Fly to produce an original title for PC and Console.
Square Enix has just announced that their newest JRPG is titled Lost Sphear. Developed by Square Enix’s Tokyo RPG Factory, the same studio who developed the beautiful I Am Setsuna in 2016, Lost Sphear looks to bring you into a world that is on the brink of fading into nothingness.
Final Fantasy XII, originally released on the PlayStation 2 in 2006, is returning to the PlayStation 4 as Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age on July 11th, and today, Square Enix has released a trailer that focuses on and explores FFXII’s Gambit System. For those unfamiliar, the Gambit System allows you to assign rules and if/then statements to your party members. You have the ability to tell B...[Read More]
Dragon Quest, one of the most popular RPGs in Japan, is a series that has remarkably kept its legacy strong since its inception on the Famicom back in 1985, sporting the artwork of the amazing Akira Toriyama, as well as adapting D&D into a video game. Now the series continues to dominate sales charts in Japan, as well as receiving a large following globally, which created all sorts of spin-off...[Read More]