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Final Fantasy XIV's Director Talks Housing Shortage, PS4 Cross-Play, And Much More Final Fantasy XIV's Director Talks Housing Shortage, PS4 Cross-Play, And Much More

Naoki Yoshida has become an icon to Final Fantasy XIV fans. When he logs into the game, his character gets mobbed. One of the reasons for his popularity is his willingness to get candid about all of the issues his game faces.

Nintendo Switch RPG Octopath Traveler Won't Have DLC Because It's 'A Finished Product' Nintendo Switch RPG Octopath Traveler Won't Have DLC Because It's 'A Finished Product'

Octopath Traveler, the Nintendo Switch exclusive from the team behind Bravely Default, will not have any DLC. Why? Because it’s already a complete game, says Square Enix.

Kingdom Hearts III, Tomb Raider and Everything Else At Square's E3 Booth

Kingdom Hearts III was on display at E3 and our own Tim Rogers took a peek at it. He even had a chance to interview some diehard Kingdom Hearts fans about the game. The whole spectacle was enough to make you say “gawrsh!”

Podcast: We React To Bethesda, Square Enix, And Ubisoft At E3 2018 Podcast: We React To Bethesda, Square Enix, And Ubisoft At E3 2018

Another day, another bunch of E3 press conferences. Let’s talk about them!

Square Enix's E3 Presentation Was A Joke Square Enix's E3 Presentation Was A Joke

Expectations were high for the first E3 presser from Square Enix in three years. The publisher has a lot of exciting upcoming projects that we haven’t heard much about, including Final Fantasy VII Remake, The Avengers, and Guardians of the Galaxy. Naturally, Square Enix showed absolutely none of them.

Everything Square Enix Showed At E3 2018 Everything Square Enix Showed At E3 2018

It’s the third day of E3 press conferences, and Square Enix just showed up with... well, with a pretty disappointing show.

Babylon's Fall Is The Next Game From Nier Developer Platinum Games Babylon's Fall Is The Next Game From Nier Developer Platinum Games

Platinum Games has a new project. During their E3 2018 press conference today, Square Enix announced Babylon’s Fall. The reveal trailer dropped heavy lore for the setting and showed off some dark fantasy action.

We're Liveblogging Square Enix's E3 Press Conference [Update: It's Over] We're Liveblogging Square Enix's E3 Press Conference [Update: It's Over]

It’s Monday morning, which means we’re ready to kick off E3's most packed day of press conferences. First up is Square Enix. We’ve already seen a few of its games, but what else does the Final Fantasy maker have in store for us? You can watch the press conference here or follow along with our liveblog below.

Watch Square Enix's E3 2018 Press Conference Here [Update: Over] Watch Square Enix's E3 2018 Press Conference Here [Update: Over]

Square Enix’s e3 conference airs at 10am PT/1pm ET. I imagine we’ll see more Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Just Cause 4, and Kingdom Hearts 3.

Disney's Frozen Is A World In Kingdom Hearts III Disney's Frozen Is A World In Kingdom Hearts III

The gang will travel to the land of Arendelle in Kingdom Hearts III, Square Enix revealed at Microsoft’s E3 2018 press conference. Yes, Frozen is coming to Kingdom Hearts. Did you expect anything less?

Kingdom Hearts III Will Be Out In January Kingdom Hearts III Will Be Out In January

It’s 1:30am Eastern on a Sunday morning and Square Enix just announced Kingdom Hearts III’s release date, because why not? The long-awaited action-roleplaying game will be out on January 29, 2019, the publisher says.

Chrono Trigger: The Kotaku Review Chrono Trigger: The Kotaku Review

In the mid-nineties, at the approach of the millennium, the creators of Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest combined their considerable talents in the hopes of creating the ultimate Japanese role-playing game. What resulted was Chrono Trigger, considered not only one of the best games of the era but also one of the…

Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth, the PSP port of the classic PS1 game, just launched for iOS and Android. It’ll cost you $16.

Yesterday Was Dragon Quest Day In Japan Yesterday Was Dragon Quest Day In Japan

The first Dragon Quest game went on sale in Japan on May 27, 1986. To mark the occasion, Square Enix has registered the day as a holiday. Yesterday, was Dragon Quest Day!

I Cry Every Time A Legendary JRPG Series Goes Mobile I Cry Every Time A Legendary JRPG Series Goes Mobile

Over the weekend, Square Enix held a live Star Ocean event in Japan that brought together fans of the RPG series with creators and voice actors for a day of livestreamed festivities. Fans hoping to get news on a new Star Ocean for consoles had their hopes dashed, though, as the spotlight was firmly pointed on the…

Hands On With Kingdom Hearts III, Finally Hands On With Kingdom Hearts III, Finally

I did it—I played Kingdom Hearts III, or the finely-polished vertical slice of it that Square Enix is willing to show off, anyway. What I found was in no way surprising: It’s another mashup of Disney movies and Final Fantasy tropes sure to delight fans of either, but doesn’t seem like it’ll solve any of the issues the…

Square Enix Will Hold An E3 Conference This Year Square Enix Will Hold An E3 Conference This Year

After skipping 2016 and 2017, Square Enix is again holding its own press conference this year, the publisher said today. Is it time for Final Fantasy XVI?

We Played Shadow of the Tomb Raider, And It Looks Like The Darkest One Yet We Played Shadow of the Tomb Raider, And It Looks Like The Darkest One Yet

At a Square Enix event in London yesterday evening, I played through an hour of Shadow of the Tomb Raider, the final game in a trilogy, which comes out September 14 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Though the action felt very familiar, the tone was a little different.

Dragon Quest X Director Jin Fujisawa Is Leaving Square Enix  Dragon Quest X Director Jin Fujisawa Is Leaving Square Enix 

Jin Fujisawa has worked on the Dragon Quest series for around two decades. Today on Twitter, he announced he’s leaving Square Enix.

Weird Stuff Happens Off Screen In Kingdom Hearts II

Kingdom Hearts II contains dozens of worlds to explore and hundreds of cutscenes to watch. The latest episode of YouTube show Boundary Break sheds light on some of the tricks behind the game’s awesome presentation. These include squishing characters’ heads and building entire cityscapes that the player never gets to…

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