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Submitted by Chikara 553d ago | opinion piece

Final Fantasy: All The Bravest Ruins Square Enix’s Name

A Final Fantasy with 16 bit sprites and the Active Time Battle system - that ought to be a recipe for success...right? (Culture, Final Fantasy: All The Bravest)

animegamingnerd  +   553d ago
square enix are the biggest trolls in this industry
Phil32  +   553d ago
I think certain people allow themselves to be easily trolled by assuming things they shouldn't. They set themselves up to be disappointed.
Godmars290  +   553d ago
Think you mean Square Enix is the biggest exploiter of the names and IPs of SquareSoft and Enix.
izumo_lee  +   553d ago
"Final Fantasy: All The Bravest Ruins Square Enix’s Name"

Oh no they were doing that long before this game came out. Squarenix has lost their identity this gen & under their current leadership i am not sure if they can ever find it again.

It's sad really, a once dominate force in the JRPG scene is reduced to a shadow of their former self & releasing titles that are indicative of the direction the company is headed....into obscurity.

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