Monday, August 4, 2014

Tag Archives: Square-Enix

Square Enix changes, console gamers not only target anymore


Phil Rogers, the newly appointed CEO of Square Enix’s American and European branches, was charged with “looking after [Square Enix’s] studio and publishing businesses” in those two territories. In a letter posted on Square Enix’s blog, Rogers spoke to his customers directly, highlighting the company hasn’t done a good job of communicating its strategy as it deals with an industry ... Read More »

Next-gen Tomb Raider sequel in the pipeline


The amazing Tomb Raider reboot will be getting a sequel, its home being next-gen consoles. An open letter by the company’s Western CEO Phil Rogers was enough to confirm as much. “I am also excited to reveal that we are well into development on a next-generation Tomb Raider sequel – something you may have heard about recently.” It was revealed ... Read More »

Fan remakes FF VII in 2D


And the result looks awesomely retro. Unearthed by Kotaku, Lucas Brown is an Australian web developer who is building a 2D version of the RPG classic. Because screw HD remakes, y’all, you bored him out. Brown says he’s remade the menu and battle systems in “excruciating detail,” and he’s hoping to have at least the first mission finished and playable ... Read More »

Square Enix Details 3 Initiatives to reform it’s AAA games.


Square Enix’s  Senior Executive Managing Director and Representative Director Yosuke Matsuda outlined three initiatives to reform it’s AAA games. Matsuda first reconsiders its “long‐term, large‐scale development” which he states is very slow and that the period from investment to sales is too long, and because of this increase in the investment period the asset turnover is deteriorated. He went on to say that consumers ... Read More »