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Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition First Week Sales Favor PS4 By 69%
The first week of sales for Crystal Dynamics re-release of last year's Tomb Raider, now known as the Definitive Edition, has garnered them quite the sales for both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. However, the PlayStation 4 boasted a much higher margin of sales over its eighth-gen x86 compatriot.
Murdered: Soul Suspect Coming To Xbox One, PS4
It looks like Microsoft is trying to avoid the Nintendo-syndrome. The company's big black box hasn't been on the receiving end of as many third-party and indie multiplatform titles as the PS4, but Square Enix is hoping to change that around a bit.
Tomb Raider Xbox One And PS4 Review: Is It Worth $60?
Lara Croft approaches the pile of sticks and leafs she's gathered. She takes out a box of matches, realizing there's only one left. After taking a deep breath, she strikes the match along the box's rough edge, producing a flame. She quickly puts the lit match underneath the pile, causing the pile of wood to light up.
Final Fantasy 13 16-Bit Recap Is How The Game Should Have Been Designed
Square actually seems to want people to like Final Fantasy XIII leading up to the Lightning Returns release, so they let loose a 16-bit remix video to recap the entire story and I love it.
Square Enix's Collective Service Takes 5% Off Crowd-Funded Titles, 10% Of Game Revenue
To preserve the integrity of game culture developers have taken to crowd-funding and gamers have followed them. It bypasses the greed culture of shareholder-beholden publishers... or at least, that's what we used to think.
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Charges Onto PS4 In April
Grab your Chocobos and buster swords, because Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn is finally making its way to the PlayStation 4 on April 14, meaning adventurers only have a few more short months to wait before diving into the updated land of Eorzea.
Hitman Contracts Launches On Steam Without Soundtrack, Voices
Square Enix has at long last released the 2004 game Hitman Contracts on Steam. Unfortunately, the Steam release isn't a perfect translation of the original retail version.
Final Fantasy 6 Android Version Is Currently Unbeatable, Patch Coming Soon
Android owners playing the mobile re-release of Final Fantasy 6 have run into a major problem. A bug is currently preventing them from finishing the campaign.
Bravely Default: Tips To Help Get You Through The Demo
Bravely Default's Feb. 7 launch date is fast approaching, but there's still time to get in some grinding with the Nintendo 3DS RPG's demo in order to earn some rewards for the full game. Here are a few tips and tricks to make your first adventure into this new adventure a bit more manageable.
Thief 4 System Requirements Announced For PC
Eidos Montreal has announced the system requirements for the PC version of their Thief reboot. Garrett's new adventure has more polished graphics than its predecessors but it will be playable on a wide range of systems.
Hitman 6 Stars Agent 47, Brings Back Contracts Mode
Square Enix Montreal is no longer working on a next-gen Hitman game but series creator IO Interactive still is. Today they revealed the first details on the sixth Hitman, in development for PC and next-gen consoles.
Hitman Cancelled On Xbox One And PS4
Square Enix Montreal is no longer working on their next-gen and current-gen Hitman game. LinkedIn profiles of the former development team reveal that the assassination game was scuttled sometime in 2013.
Bravely Default Censorship Upsetting For All The Wrong Reasons
Scantily-clad 15-year-old girls and sexual innuendo has apparently been censored out of the Western release of Bravely Default, Square Enix's latest 3DS RPG due to arrive in the US on Feb. 2. For the first time in a long time, I find myself torn on the matter of censorship, perhaps because the content in question is so damn ridiculous to begin with.
Final Fantasy X-3 Is Possible, Square Enix Says
Final Fantasy X could become a trilogy. Writer Kazushige Nojima said in a new interview that Square Enix is open to making Final Fantasy X-3.
Tomb Raider PS4, Xbox One Versions Launching In 2014
Square Enix is bringing Tomb Raider to Xbox One and PS4. The Definitive Edition of Tomb Raider will come to stores in January 2014 with additional content.