Posts Tagged ‘squaresoft’

Any Kingdom Hearts 3 News Is Good News

by Peter Paltridgeon November 4, 2015
Square-Enix, in their unyielding generosity, has released ONE solitary screenshot from Kingdom Hearts 3 today. That’s it up there, but let’s take a closer look: What’s the significance of this? This Shooting Ride looks a lot like the Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters ride at Disneyland. We’ve been waiting for confirmation that Pixar characters can appear […]

Yes, America Will Get Bravely Second

by Peter Paltridgeon June 1, 2015
Few JRPGs in recent memory have been fought over like the 3DS’s Bravely Default (Flying Fairy). This game became well-known in JRPG fan circles before it was localized as the only game Square-Enix had released in the last five years that came close to the output of their golden age. People demanded it for a […]

Square Enix Blinks, Shifts E3 Conference to 10 AM

by Peter Paltridgeon May 15, 2015
The JRPG factory Square-Enix, one of the few remaining in the world, originally scheduled their big E3 conference for June 16th at 9 AM. This was, traditionally, the time and date that Nintendo usually scheduled their conference. What did Nintendo do? Make their usual schedule, on top of Square’s, and imply “Whatcha gonna do about […]

Old Final Fantasy Strategy Guides To Be Reprinted — And Fixed

by Peter Paltridgeon May 7, 2015
Remember the 90’s when strategy guides were hot business, even though most people technically had access to the Internet by that point and could get guides from GameFAQS for free? Pepperidge Farm remembers. And so does Prima Guides. Prima was the king of the strategy guide business back in the day, and they still print […]