Posts Tagged square enix
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn patch 2.2 trailed
Square Enix have released a new trailer and screenshots for Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn‘s upcoming patch 2.2, titled “Through the Maelstrom.” If that’s enough, there’s even a new website section dedicated to the patch.
Murdered: Soul Suspect will show up in June
Airtight Games’ Murdered: Soul Suspect has been given release dates of 3 June (US) and 6 June (Europe and PAL territories) by Square Enix.
Rhianna Pratchett “chose not to talk about” her work on Thief
There are further indications of a disjointed and unhappy development process behind the new Thief title in a series of tweets from Rhianna Pratchett, who has responded to queries about her work on the game by distancing herself from the project.
AMD Catalyst 14.2 beta drivers released, performance boosts for Thief
The latest set of 14.2 Catalyst beta drivers are available now from the AMD site.
Deus Ex: The Fall confirmed for 25 March release
We reported on this last night, but can now officially confirm that Deus Ex: The Fall is heading to the PC.
Deus Ex: The Fall appears to be bound for PC
There was much lamenting (not least from myself) when the teaser for Deus Ex: The Fall turned out to hyping a bloody iOS game, but that title does now appear as if it’ll get a PC release too.
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn shuffles onto Steam at discount
Not-half-bad MMO reboot Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn has suddenly appeared on Steam, complete with a rather big discount for its first week there.
Thief’s third Stories from The City video contains hilarious voice acting
Oh dear. I sort of wish I’d decided to leave this story for Peter, because I’m getting a little bored of poking fun at Thief.
A gathering of Thief screenshots steal in from the dark
With Thief’s release around one month away, Square Enix and co.
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn livestream to show patch 2.2
Square Enix have announced that there will be a livestream of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn‘s patch 2.2 this weekend.
Hitman: Contracts makes an appearance on Steam
Hitman: Contracts has finally – finally – appeared on Steam.
The third game in the Hitman series has been completely unavailable via digital distribution for quite some time, due to a licensing issue with one of the songs used in the game.
IO gives details on next Hitman game, actually sounds good
In an open letter to the community, IO Interactive have offered some details of the next game in the Hitman series – being developed for PC and “next-gen consoles”, which I’m guessing means “current-gen consoles”, since they’re out – and it actually sounds rather good.
Final Fantasy XIV entices players back with free weekend
Did you play Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn? Did you let your account lapse, because you got a bit bored or a bit busy or because you’re an MMO player and thus finished all of the available content in two days?
Hitman: Absolution updated with platform-exclusive contracts
For absolutely (Absolution-ly?) no reason that I can tell, Hitman: Absolution has just been updated with a new contract on each system.
Queen of the Beggars detailed in new Thief: Stories from the City vid
Peter and I have been watching the continuing development of Thief with a level of sick fascination not entirely unlike that you might have upon witnessing a car crash.
Nosgoth trailer shows that War Is Upon Us
What with being a free-to-play competitive multiplayer game, Nosgoth might not be what Legacy of Kain fans have been waiting for in terms of a successor to the much-beloved series.
Final Fantasy XIV patch 2.1 trailed, detailed, dated
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn‘s major forthcoming patch 2.1 – entitled “A Realm Awoken” – has been detailed, dated, and given a shiny trailer.
Final Fantasy VIII HD arrives on PC with all of the hair
The closest I’ve come to playing a Final Fantasy game is the PC demo of Final Fantasy VII many, many years ago, so you can rightly expect startling insight into this HD release of Final Fantasy VIII.
Thief developers frantically press X to remove quick time events
We’re almost at the point where I have absolutely no idea how the next Thief game will turn out.
Square puts Anachronox IP up for grabs on new Collective platform
You might remember that back in early October, Square Enix came up with a weird hybrid of crowdfunding and publisher-backing and called it Collective.
Urine luck: Basso returns to Thief in first Stories from the City trailer
I don’t know, Thief. I just don’t know. You seem so eager to please, with your little references to guys from the original series (this new ‘Stories from the City’ trailer is narrated by a new version of Basso the Boxman) and a clunky attempt to acknowledge its unique linguistic quirks (Garrett is now known as “Taffer” to some, which means his nickname is a term of abuse.) But … it’s not quite working, is it?
Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut augments your game today
If you’ve been holding out for the Director’s Cut of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, today’s your day.
Nosgoth closed alpha extends to Europe and North America
Last week, we pointed out that Nosgoth – the third-person multiplayer Legacy of Kain action thingy – had entered closed alpha… but said alpha was only available in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and the Netherlands.
Final Fantasy XIV gets spooky with a Halloween event
Are you scared yet? Probably not, because I haven’t actually written anything.
Nosgoth closed alpha only available in certain regions
If you’re eager to get your teeth into Psyonix and Square Enix’s Legacy of Kain-themed third-person action multiplayer thing, Nosgoth, then you’d better hope you’re in one a very select number of regions.
Augment Deus Ex: Human Revolution to Director’s Cut for cheap
Back when Deus Ex: Human Revolution – Director’s Cut was dated for the PC, I worried that the retail price would be a bit expensive if you already had the game and DLC.