Posts Tagged “Square Enix”
Earlier today, Square-Enix announced that writer Rhianna Pratchett will be the lead writer for the upcoming Tomb Raider reboot. Pratchett has penned scripts for other big name titles, such as Read On »
Square Enix has just announced the upcoming release of their latest title in the Kingdom Hearts saga: Kingdom Hearts 3D [Dream Drop Distance]. The newest addition to the KH library will be appearing on the Nintendo 3DS in North America and Europe.
Just when you thought the gaming industry was once again safe from hackers, another breach has been made public. Square Enix, maker of the Final Fantasy series and the publisher responsible for the resurrection of the beloved Deus Ex, Tomb Raider and Hitman franchises has discovered a breach in their security. As a precaution, they have shut down their Square Enix Members service and have begun investigating the matter.
To all of my good friends in the UK, you can now get your Squenix Halo:Reach action figures without having to buy them in the States and have them shipped over.
For those of you who don’t know, these action figures are larger, and far more detailed than the McFarlane Toys figures. They are fully articulated and come with interchangeable hands. Series I was released with Jun, Noble Six, and Emile, with Series II containing Kat, Jorge, and Carter to be released some time in 2011.
Gamingzap.com has acquired a small quantity of these collectibles ahead of the currently unannounced UK release date. Who knows how many or how few they have available, so you may want to get ordering right away!
I am a huge fan of Video Games Live. And in Detroit, I’ve now had the pleasure of working as a volunteer at both concerts, this year and the one in 2008. If you haven’t yet been to see this awesome concert in person, I urge you to go right now to their website and check for the soonest date that they will be in or around your city. Conceived in 2005 by founders Tommy… Read On »
To be totally honest, each console, the Xbox 360 and the PS3, both have their merits as a console. When it came down to decision time for me to jump in, there were many reasons why I chose the 360 over the PS3, and I’m still to this day very happy that I did.
However, Squenix seems to still be very tight knit with Sony. They’ve released quite a few games in the last few years that were either PSOne or earlier console releases that don’t seem to find their way to Xbox Live Arcade. And this is really disappointing to me.
But if Squenix ever did decide to change their mind, these are what I’d love to see:
1) Final Fantasy VII (PS1) – Who can’t love this game? Millions bought it. I know I did. And I still enjoy playing it to this day occasionally on my PS2.
2) Parasite Eve (PS1) – This was just announced to be coming to the PSN yesterday. A cult classic in my eyes. Awesome gameplay and a compelling story.
3) Chrono Trigger (SNES) – How can you forget the loveable characters and enjoyable storyline of this classic? Squenix at its best!
4) Einhander (PS1) – A throwback to the good old sidescrolling shooter. Awesome!
5) Kingdom Hearts (PS2) – Why this didn’t make it to the original Xbox is beyond me. But an awesome game nevertheless.