Hisashi Suzuki, former director of Square Enix, has taken to Twitter to vent his misgivings for the company.
It's been just over 20 years since the first Final Fantasy game was released, so we catch up with Yoshinori Kitase and Takeshi Arakawa to discuss the latest game in the series, Dissidia, and where the Final Fantasy franchise is going from here.
Hudson games, the ironic makers of Bomberman, have been the victim of bomb threats from one Japanese gamer.
Square Enix has confirmed that the western version of Final Fantasy XIII won't launch until 2010, though it'll be out in Japan this year.
Square Enix has remade Final Fantasy IV, one of the most beloved games in the long-running series, on the Nintendo DS. With new 3D graphics, restored and original sequences and a whole load of new content, we take a look to see if the new game is any better or not.
Why is it that different countries seem to produce such different games and what does this mean for the games industry? In a world where Japanese RPGs are a large enough part of the market to have their own acronym, what can the western world bring to the table?
Yoshinori Kitase was the director of Final Fantasy VII, so it's hard to get much more powerful in this business. Now, as the prequel to FFVII launches across Europe, we sit down with him and discuss Crisis Core and why exactly he's so big in Japan.
Square Enix is best known for the Final Fantasy series, but in a departure from the norm the Japanese developer has just released The World Ends With You - an action RPG for the DS which plays on topics of fashion and graffiti - but is it any good?
The Penumbra series gained fame as an accomplished indie effort, but has grown into a professional game of astonishing depth and detail. Now, as the series draws to a close in this final mini-epic, we take a look at Black Plague and see if it can go out with a bang.
On Thursday, we popped up to Birmingham to see the opening of Omega Sektor, the UK's largest LAN gaming centre, to check it out and see if it can bring back multiplayer gaming as a social event.
Square Enix head honcho, John Yamamoto, reckons the recent price cut on the PS3 isn't enough. What do you reckon?
Riding on the wave of the massive sales of Gears of War, Mark Rein has said the series could go beyond a mere trilogy. Mario, GTA and Final Fantasy - watch out.
Square Enix has repeatedly denied the existence of a sequel to Final Fantasy XI. However, a report has turned up on a respected gaming site suggesting otherwise.
Oblivion is one of the best RPGs ever to be released, with fantastic graphics and immersive gameplay. But how does it compare to perhaps the greatest RPG of all time, Final Fantasy VII? We break out the PlayStation and give you our thoughts.