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  • Final Fantasy Explorers announced for 3DS

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    Final Fantasy Explorers is coming to the 3DS, according to the latest issue of Jump. Square Enix will be releasing the new multiplayer action RPG in Japan. Related Posts Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call announce...

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  • Some More Final Fantasy Type-0 HD Voice Actors Revealed

    … The English voice cast for Final Fantasy Type-0 HD is finally starting to take shape as the actors themselves announce who they are playing on twitter. If you missed the announcement at E3, Square Enix is releasing Final Fantasy Type-0 HD for the PS4 and..... The post Some More Final Fantasy Type-0 HD Voice Actors Revealed appeared first on Attack of the Fanboy. …

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  • Square Enix Comic-Con 2014 Pre-Show Video

    … Square Enix has released its pre-show video for the 2014 San Diego Comic-Con. They also announced that Hideo Kojima will join Tetsuya Nomura’s for a signing session for Square Enix PlayArts Kai. Take a look below: If you are attending Comic-Con next week, make sure to stop by booth #3829. Related: Nintendo and Ubisoft Comic-Con Lineup Source: SquareEnixPresents The post Square Enix Comic-Con 2014 Pre-Show Video appeared first on Gaming Cypher. …

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  • Tetsuya Nomura and Hideo Kojima holding joint autograph session at Comic-Con

    … Final Fantasy XV and Kingdom Hearts III director Tetsuya Nomura will be at Comic-Con in San DIego next week for a special joint autograph session with Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima, Square Enix announced. To get an autograph, you’ll need to purchase a qualified Play Arts Kai figure, which will get you a ticket […] Read Tetsuya Nomura and Hideo Kojima holding joint autograph session at Comic-Con in full on Gematsu. …

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  • AAA Developers Need to Take Mobile Gaming Seriously

    … mobile gaming seriously. Nothing frustrates me more than the way AAA and mid-tier developers have largely ignored mobile. There are occasional exceptions, like Square Enix, who have done some spectacular ports and even tried to establish some new series on mobile. But in general, big game developers just don’t want to bring big games to mobile…

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