NVIDIA and Square Enix have announced a new partnership that will bring several of SE’s games to the SHIELD ecosystem. They’re adding five major titles to GeForce Now, which will allow users to stream high quality games directly to a SHIELD device. Read more
Final Fantasy IX has just been released on iOS and Android. It is basically the mobile version of the old PlayStation game. We originally knew it would be coming to mobile, but didn’t know when. Square Enix surprised everyone by releasing it today.
In celebration of the Final Fantasy Portal App turning a year old today, Square Enix has an awesome gift for all you Final Fantasy fans. ‘Final Fantasy II’ is being offered completely free via its Portal App!
Square Enix has just announced that in 2016 Final Fantasy will be launched across Android, iOS, and PC. The announcement was for a Japanese launch of the game, but a US release usually isn’t too far behind.
Square Enix today announced that Lara Croft GO will launch on Android, iOS, and Windows Phone on August 27. Mobile took the stage at this years E3 2015 convention, and Lara Croft GO was one of many mobile titles announced to launch this year.
Square Enix announced adventure puzzler Lara Croft GO today at E3 2015. Mobile seems to have taken the stage at E3 this year, and Lara Croft GO seems to be just as impressive as all the other titles we’ve seen come to fruition.
After nearly a year after its original announcement, Hitman: Sniper, developed by Square Enix, finally has hit the Google Play Store for $4.99.
The Tomb Raider franchise holds a very special place in the hearts of gamers around the world. Since its first release almost twenty years ago, millions of gamers have spent hours playing as Lara Croft. The game that started it all can now be played on Android devices as Square Enix, its publisher, has rereleased Tomb Raider I. Everything about the original, even its blocky graphics, returns in the version available right now in the Play Store. Tomb Raider I for Android also includes two extra chapters and support for MOGA and Logitech accessories.
The game costs $0.99 and requires 320MB of memory to install.
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Square Enix has released their classic RPG, Final Fantasy VI, onto the Play Store. It’ll cost you $15.99 which is definitely more than the latest version of Angry Birds, but it’s packed with a lot more content, too.
Square has reworked the graphics to give them a more modern feel, and the controls have been altered to work on touchscreen devices. Overall, if you’re a fan of Final Fantasy games, this one’s definitely worth the price of admission. Hit the link below for the download. Read more
Just in time for everyone starting a long holiday break looking for something to do on their tablet or smartphone, Square Enix released a trio of titles to the Google Play Store today. The first title is Final Fantasy II, a port of the original FF II from 1988. The game revolves around four war heroes caught between an empire and a rebel resistance. The game features a proficiency system for developing a character versus the more typical level up structure. Final Fantasy II is available for $7.00 and will run on Android 2.2 or higher. Read more