Development On Kingdom Hearts 3 Has Been Officially Completed

Square Enix had previously announced that they would be launching Kingdom Hearts 3 in January 2019, which means that development of the game had better be complete before then given that the company has pretty much only a couple of months left, not to mention there probably needs some tests to work out additional kinks and bugs.


Final Fantasy VII Remake Development Is Moving Along Just Fine

With the Final Fantasy VII Remake having been announced a few years ago, we haven’t really heard much about the game since, which unsurprisingly has led to some wondering when the game will be released, and whether or not development is actually going on, or could Square Enix have shelved it?


Square Enix Reportedly Already Working On A Game For The PS5

Now we know that there will be a PlayStation 5. Sony had previously confirmed as much, although there is the question of when the console will be released (some believe it could be launched in 2019). Regardless of a release date, it appears that Square Enix could already be working on something for the console.


New Kingdom Hearts 3 Trailer Features Winnie The Pooh

Disney’s franchises have typically been seen as lighthearted and funny, which means that it would be difficult trying to integrate them into an RPG. However Square Enix seems to have successfully done that, as we have seen in the upcoming Kingdom Hearts 3, and the latest trailer shows off more Disney characters that we can expect, such as Winnie the Pooh.


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Final Fantasy 13 Trilogy Picks Up Backward Compatibility For Xbox One

The backward compatibility program for the Xbox One enables developers to bring their old titles to the current-gen console. Final Fantasy fans will be interested in knowing that the Final Fantasy 13 trilogy has picked up backward compatibility support for the Xbox One. Microsoft and Square Enix have confirmed that the three games will be making their way to the Xbox One.


Final Fantasy 15’s Upcoming DLCs Have Been Cancelled

As Final Fantasy 15 gamers might have heard, Square Enix was planning on releasing several character-specific DLCs that would focus on each of the characters in the game. Unfortunately in a somewhat sudden announcement, the company has announced that they have cancelled three out of four of the upcoming DLCs that were meant to be launched.


Square Enix Considering Development Of Compilation Of Final Fantasy VII Titles

It has been three years since Square Enix announced and confirmed that they would be remaking Final Fantasy VII, an announcement which the company admits might have come too early. The good news is that while we know for a fact that a remake is in the works, it seems that Square Enix could be considering other Final Fantasy VII titles as well.


Square Enix ‘Wants’ To Bring Kingdom Hearts 3 Onto The Switch

While the Nintendo Switch has proven to be a commercial success for Nintendo, it seems that there are still quite a few big named games out there that have yet to be released on the console. We’re not sure why, but if we had to guess, hardware limitations could be one of them as the Switch isn’t exactly the most powerful console compared to the PS4 or Xbox One.


Kingdom Hearts: The Story So Far Collection Announced

Kingdom Hearts 3 is coming out next year and we’re sure that there are some out there who have never played the series before and are wondering what the fuss is all about. The good news is that if you’ve never played it before and want to catch up before playing the third installment in the franchise, Kingdom Hearts: The Story So Far has been announced.


Final Fantasy VII Will Be Coming To The Nintendo Switch

The other day Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition HD was announced for the Nintendo Switch. It turns out that it wasn’t the only Final Fantasy game announced for the console because during Nintendo’s Direct event, it has been confirmed that the classic and legendary Final Fantasy VII will also be arriving on the console.


Kingdom Hearts: VR Experience Announced For Later This Year

After years of being teased, Square Enix has confirmed that Kingdom Hearts 3 will be launching on the 29th of January, 2019. This means that we still have a few more months until the game is official, and we’re sure that many gamers can’t wait to get their hands on it. However the good news is that Square Enix has announced something that will tide gamers over until then.


Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition HD Coming To Nintendo Switch

Square Enix has in the past expressed their liking of the Nintendo Switch. The interest also led to some wondering if the company could be bringing some of their Final Fantasy titles onto the Switch, like they have in the past with the DS consoles. The company had stated last year that they were still trying to figure it out.


No Plans To Bring Tomb Raider Onto The Nintendo Switch

The response from developers and publishers to the Nintendo Switch is a very different tone compared to that of the Wii U, where even retailers called its sales “disappointing”. However it seems that despite the Switch’s popularity, not everyone is ready to hop on board the bandwagon just yet.


Shadow Of The Tomb Raider Will Offer Players More Complex Difficulty Settings

When it comes to choosing difficulty levels in games, for the most part a lot of the times it has been separated into easy, normal, hard, or in some cases it can go to “insane” or “extreme”. This is true for Square Enix’s Shadow of the Tomb Raider, but it seems that they will be making it a bit more complex to give gamers more control over it.