Square Enix (SQNXF)

Forbes  Dec 22  Comment 
Over the weekend we had Jump Festa, an event hosted down at Makuhari Messe that celebrates all that is Weekly Shounen Jump. Square Enix also attended the show and displayed a fair few Final Fantasy related trailers, amongst other things.
Forbes  Dec 12  Comment 
Following the HD Remaster of Final Fantasy 10 and 10-2 on PS3 and Vita, it seems that Square Enix will be releasing the collection again but this time on PS4.
Forbes  Nov 18  Comment 
Square Enix recently released some new game footage for the upcoming Final Fantasy 15. The focus of this new footage, despite running real-time in-game, is mostly just to show off their new Luminous engine. This means we don?t get to see any...
Motley Fool  Sep 11  Comment 
Square Enix skips ahead of Sony and brings cloud gaming to mobile devices in Japan.
Forbes  Aug 11  Comment 
DONTNOD Entertainment has just announced that its next game, published by Square Enix, will be a "narrative-driven adventure" located in the fictitious town of Arcadia Bay, Oregon and called Life is Strange.
Motley Fool  Jul 11  Comment 
Square Enix’s ‘Dragon Quest X’ will become the latest 3DS game to offer cross-play functionality with the Wii U. Will this do anything to change Nintendo’s stubborn views on cloud-based gaming?
SeekingAlpha  Apr 27  Comment 
Square Enix (OTCPK:SQNXF) is a publicly held Japanese gaming company best known for console franchises such Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest and Kingdom Hearts (developed jointly with a Disney studio). Via its 2009 acquisition of Eidos Montreal,...
Forbes  Apr 17  Comment 
The PlayStation 4 manufacturer is selling off its entire stake in game publisher Square Enix.


Business Description

Square Enix Holdings Co., Ltd. (株式会社スクウェア・エニックス・ホールディングス, Sukuwea Enikkusu Hōrudingusu?) TYO: 9684 is a video game and publishing company based in Japan[4] best known for its console role-playing game franchises, which include the Dragon Quest series, the Final Fantasy series, and the action-RPG Kingdom Hearts series.

Square Enix was formed as the result of a merger between Square Co. and the Enix Corporation. On April 1, 2003, Enix legally absorbed Square, with Square stockholders receiving 0.85 shares of stock in the new company compared to Enix stockholders receiving a one-to-one trade. As part of the merger, many of the top officials within Square Co. assumed the leadership roles in the new corporate hierarchy, including president Yōichi Wada, who was appointed president of the new corporation.

The company also owns Taito Corporation and Eidos plc.

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