You don’t have to look far to find a triple-A game that is completely broken at launch filled with DLC and microtransactions (MTX). One prime example is Electronic Arts and DICE’s Battlefield 4 at launch. Said game hit store shelves broken at full retail price with MTX to follow seven months later coupled with DLC and a season pass. Contrary to this, Bartosz Kmita — Outriders‘ creative director — says that developers should release complete games that respect gamers and fans’ money. Continue reading “Developers Should Create Complete Games Worth Customers’ Money, Says Bartosz Kmita”
On July 1st, 2020 Square Enix announced that they have a Pride Mascot, mirrored after the ubiquitous and coercive promotion of LGBTQIA+ Pride Month in the West. Continue reading “Square Enix Falls Deeper Down The Hole With Pride Month Mascot”
Do you want more games from Square Enix even after Final Fantasy VII Remake? If you answered “yes,” then know that the company will announce new games either next month or sometime in August. This information comes from a new report covering Square Enix’s latest shareholder meeting. Continue reading “Square Enix To Reveal New Games Sometime In July Or August”
If you happen to be a fan of the first Bravely Default, then know that the second game is nearing completion when it comes to development. This information comes from a new report, which details the upcoming JRPG’s current progress. Continue reading “Bravely Default 2 Development Enters Final Stages, As Per Report”
Square Enix published a tweet via the Marvel’s Avengers account on June 15th, 2020 promoting their upcoming livestream on June 24th for Marvel’s Avengers, the diversity-burdened action-adventure game for home consoles and PC. The tweet contained a memorial stature for Captain America that had been defaced by vandals, and some Social Justice Warriors called Square out for the tweet, which led to them deleting it. Continue reading “Square Enix Apologizes To SJWs For Tweeting Out Image Of Captain America Statue”
All during the PlayStation 5 corporate presentation one game after another was revealed and majority of them seemed to feature obnoxious looking POCkers or feminists in the lead role. One game after another, there were no straight white males in sight and Project Athia, from Square Enix and Luminous Productions, was no exception to this rule. I suppose it makes sense given that Square Enix is on the Traitors of America list. Continue reading “Project Athia For PS5, PC Is Yet Another 3D Action Game Starring A Female Protagonist”
Although Square Enix made it onto the Traitor of America list, the company plans on expanding its portfolio of games by hiring a Capcom dev to churn out a new “action project.” The new project will have help from Devil May Cry 5’s designer Ryota Suzuki. Continue reading “Square Enix Hires Devil May Cry 5 Designer Ryota Suzuki To Work On New Action Project”
Square Enix CEO Yosuke Matsuda recently spoke to investors during the company’s financial briefing and highlighted that new players are a current target as part of a “secret plan.” However, the CEO did offer some clues on this secret plan, which consists of increasing the number of new players adopting whatever the company has planned. Continue reading “Square Enix Is Working On A Secret Plan To Capture More Players, As Per Yosuke Matsuda”
An upcoming Dragon Quest game for iOS based on Toei’s anime of Dragon Quest: The Adventures of Dai has come under scrutiny and criticism from Japanese gamers after a promotional image was released showing that long-time skirt-wearing warrior, Maam, has been censored. Continue reading “Dragon Quest: Adventures Of Dai iOS Game Censors Maam”
[Editor’s Note:] For clarification, Final Fantasy VII Remake has moved a total of 3.5 million units, according to TweakTown, and more than 700,000 units in Japan, as reported by Twinfinite. The information below relates to a comparison of a single week of sales between Final Fantasy VII Remake and Trials of Mana.
[Original article:] In the distant future, there may come a day when the video game industry learns to stop attempting to sell new games with old names they have nothing to do with. After shipped numbers for Final Fantasy 7 failed to half the sales of Final Fantasy 15, Square Enix appears to have at the very least realized mistakes were made with Final Fantasy 7’s remake. As the company attempts to backpedal their rhetoric on chasing a newer audience with promises of sticking true to the original’s story in future now smaller expansions, sales continue to remain relatively flat. Continue reading “Trials of Mana Outsells Final Fantasy 7 Remake In Japan As Sales Remain Flat in UK”
Even though NexusMods is deleting some of the sexy mods for Trials of Mana because they don’t allow you to sexualize fictional characters that they claim are “minors”, others are still putting together and pumping out some nude mods by the bucket load all over the web. Continue reading “Trials Of Mana Nude Mods Available For Download”
Final Fantasy 7’s remake was one of those games no one really asked for. Nor did anyone want a complete reimagining of the source material with a nice helping of modern standards to further water down the product. Yet the industry is desperate to convince people this game has performed exceedingly well when in reality, it hasn’t. Continue reading “Final Fantasy 7 Remake DLC to be Smaller and Will Stick to Original Story Going Forward According to Developers”
According to producer Yoshinori Kitase and director Tetsuya Nomura, it seems as if there will be more Final Fantasy VII Remake games. And speaking of more parts, a new interview that Ultimania published reveals the first and second parts might turn into a trilogy.
Continue reading “Final Fantasy VII Remake Producer Hints At Potential Trilogy And More Parts”