Square-Enix's game lineup heavy on nostalgia, but future lies in casual mobile market

Japanese game developer Square-Enix shows off a variety of games that target longtime, nostalgia-fuelled fans and casual mobile gamers alike in a media preview event in Toronto.

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datriax300d ago

SquareEnix can go f**k itself. Pathetic that anyone would willingly give these a**hats even a single cent.

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TejasTV300d ago

Christopher displays idiotic behavior.

Featuring_Dante300d ago

Are you ok? You seem to have issues.

shammgod300d ago

SE has no clue what their fan base wants. I'm with you

nommers300d ago (Edited 300d ago )

Never ceases to amaze me how many excuses the SE bashers give themselves to bash them with no good reason and even act like the article they post their BS on like this one that's pretty neutral is actual news or something.

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PhoenixUp300d ago

Square Enix likes to charge top dollar for their nostalgia

MunchMiller00300d ago

This is enough to make me gag. Mobile. Good god.

rezzah300d ago

This is why I recently added SE to the list of Activision, EA and Ubisoft. Not sure if Konami belongs on that list yet.

Bhuahahaha300d ago (Edited 300d ago )

i played the octopath traveler demo its good game.aside from that they arent making new ip like they used to be

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