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Want to give Final Fantasy a try on your phone without paying a high price or buying specific hardware? It's time to book a flight to Tokyo. Square Enix has unveiled Dive In, a currently Japan-only streaming game service that lets you rent titles on your Android and iOS devices. Much like PlaySta

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Fans of online role-playing games haven't had much to do on the PlayStation 4 so far, but that's all changing today. Square Enix has just opened up Final Fantasy XIV's PS4 beta test to everyone; from now until the morning of April 7th, you can battle monsters and ride Chocobos just by grabbing a

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Perhaps you saw the lush TressFX in the latest Tomb Raider game and thought, \"Man, I'd sure like to go back to the way things were, back when Lara Croft's hair was little more than a brown object affixed to her polygonal face!\" Well you're in luck, as Square Enix today re-released the original 199

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If a Metal Slime handset wasn't enough mobile-based Dragon Quest news for you, Square Enix has more to share. The firm recently announced that it's bringing the first eight Dragon Quest titles to Android and iOS, in sequential order, starting this winter. What's more, the company also revealed a n

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Ardent old school Final Fantasy fans know: the mobile versions of classic FF games can be rather costly. Square Enix, the franchise's publisher, is well aware of how much your nostalgia values the series, and Final Fantasy V is no different at $16. Perhaps you've already got the game on Super Nint

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Deus Ex: The Fall is sneaking / punching / stalking its way to iOS on July 11th, Square Enix announced this morning. When it arrives, it'll cost you nearly a sawbuck ($6.99 / £4.99 / 5.99€), and work on a wide variety of iOS devices (iPad 2 and above, iPhone 4S and above, and iPod Touch

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If there's a way to prepare for Active Time Battling, you should probably get on it -- Final Fantasy IV is now available on the Google Play Store. That said, you may want to grab a Phoenix Down before we tell you the price: an ice cold $15.99. At very least, it's the same price carried by its iOS

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A touch iteration of the once SNES-bound Final Fantasy V has now appeared on the iTunes App Store, with a softer graphical lick, some new job classes (Gladiator, Cannoneer, Oracle and Necromancer) and an obligatory extra boss to test your leveling-up skills against. The price of four new costumes

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