Avalanche Studios has finally announced the long-rumored third chapter in the Just Cause series. Just Cause 3 will launch on consoles and PC in 2015.
You wanted Kingdom Hearts, and now Square Enix is giving you Kingdom Hearts. They’re going to give you so much Kingdom Hearts that your head will spin, thanks to the newly announced Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX Collector’s Edition. Prepare your soul for all of the Kingdom Hearts, you foolish mortal!
Modders to the rescue. That's probably going to be one of the defining elements of the eighth generation of gaming on PC, it definitely helped a lot of the PC ports during the seventh gen. Well, don't expect things to change too soon because Final Fantasy XIII on PC seems to be running into the same kind of problems as before, but there are always modders to help out.
Well, it looks like Kingdom Hearts 3 is still chugging along through development, as game creator Tetsuya Nomura recently explained that the development team has decided to change engines, moving over to Unreal Engine 4.
While Square Enix has announced interest in possibly carrying over the Theatrhythm franchise to other series, Final Fantasy Curtain Call offers a brief taste of what that might look (or sound) like with its latest batch of DLC featuring tunes from another popular RPG series, Romancing Saga.
Square Enix and United Front Games released a trailer and a series of screenshots for the upcoming definitive edition of Sleeping Dogs for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC. The trailer is three minutes long, talking up all the changes and modifications made to the original game in order to fit the upgraded consoles of the eighth gen.
Square Enix is really starting to embrace the western PC gaming culture by bridging their connections with various services and platforms that are currently exploding with popularity. The company's latest endeavor includes moving Final Fantasy XIII from the exclusivity of home console entertainment to home computer entertainment.
Gamers brought heat down upon Square for a lack of information and news about Final Fansty XV, especially following the absence of the title at this past year's E3. Well, Square Enix finally brought the fire with a brand new, gameplay-rich trailer for Final Fantasy XV at the 2014 Tokyo Game Show.
One of the most popular Final Fantasy games a bunch of people never had the opportunity to play could be coming to PC. In a recent interview it was revealed that Final Fantasy Type-0, currently being re-worked for release on the PS4 and Xbox One, could come to PC.
With a goal set at a modest $45,000, Kitfox Games and Square Enix have announced that Moon Hunters will be arriving on Kickstarter next week, beginning August 26th. The new game combines emergent pixel sprite gameplay with multiplayer role-playing elements to make for a dynamic and ever-changing gameplay experience.
Rise of the Tomb Raider may come to PS4 and PC after all. Xbox boss Phil Spencer admitted in a new interview that the game is only a timed exclusive for Xbox.
Some day in the future, Square Enix will probably announce PS4 and PC versions of Rise of the Tomb Raider. The road to that announcement, however, will be long and painful.
Crystal Dynamics ruffled some feathers this morning when they announced Rise of the Tomb Raider would be an Xbox exclusive. Gamers are calling for the company and its parent Square Enix to break that exclusivity agreement.
With the recent news surfacing, it appears as if Sleeping Dogs could be getting the proper console treatment with a re-release on the Xbox One and PS4 this fall, assuming an Amazon listing isn't just pulling our legs.
We don't know much about Triad Wars, and that's a-okay. If the team needs time to flesh out the game then we'll give them time... but we'll also give them a few ideas as to what the game might want to focus on as a sequel to one of the more underrated games of seventh-gen.