Square Enix

This week: Tabata leaves Square-Enix, the Rocket League Championship Series, where Esports and music collide, a YouTuber banned for what he did in Red Dead 2.
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Square Enix reports a huge hit as Hajime Tabata leaves the company. Plus, esports, music and the REAL list.
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This week: Big upsets at Worlds, could Square-Enix ever go back to developing triple A turn-based games, Nike and Drake sponsor esports teams and a conversation with Kareek Best on the Miami Heat.
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Could Square-Enix make turn based games again? Drake buys into esports. The latest from the OWL and a conversation with Kareek Best of the Miami Heat.
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Shadow of the Tomb Raider has come under fire of the community because of a 34%-47% sale that Steam ran on the game a little after the a month of its release. This spurred people who pre-ordered the game and people still having problems running the game to leave negative reviews from October 18th on....
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Square Enix pulled the game The Last Remnant from Steam in the fashion that From Software took with its recent Dark Souls Remastered Edition replacing the original. As of right now the only console slated to receive The Last Remnant Remastered is the Play Station 4 as a digital release for $20.00 on the PSN....
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Square Enix struck a deal with Tencent that will have the two forming a strategic partnership. They’ll be forming a new studio to create games based on their IPs and franchises. The move is widely seen as an attempt by Tencent to diversify out of the Chinese market and get its name more well known...
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With the recent success of The Octopath Traveler, could Square Enix make a return to traditional JRPGs?
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As the Twitter accounts for Octopath Traveller and Bravely Default were bantering back and forth, a vague teaser image appeared. The image thanks fans for hitting the million mark on Octopath Traveller, but it bore a striking resemblance to the original Bravely Default art. We know that a big announcement is coming for that series,...
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This week: the crew breaks down the E3 2018 press conferences from the E3 show floor. The latest from Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo, Bethesda, Ubisoft and more!
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