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Square Enix

Square Enix has recently launched a global portal website for the Final Fantasy series called Final Fantasy Portal Site. On the website you can find the latest news and videos of the Final Fantasy series.

You can access Final Fantasy Portal Site via the domain This domain has a long history. In 1999 it hosted the website of Square USA Inc., a subsidiary of Square Co., a company focused on computer generated, animated feature film. In 2001 they released Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within. was the official website of the movie. After a few years nothing was left of that website and they redirected it to the official website of Square Enix. You can check if out for yourself on the Wayback Machine.

Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within official website back in 2001

Hell and Heaven Net

TheSpeedGamers are a not-for-profit charity organization that holds gaming marathons, usually in 72-hour or week-long increments, to benefit other charities. The organization was founded in March 2008 and has held 28 marathons and raised $393,240.65 for nearly 20 different charities.

TheSpeedGamers Final Fantasy Marathon

In their upcoming week long marathon, from 24 June to 1 July, they will be revisiting one of their most successful marathon series, Final Fantasy. All donations raised in this marathon will go directly to ACT (Autism Care and Treatment) Today!, a charity whose mission is "to raise awareness and provide treatment services and support to families to help their children with autism achieve their full potential."

2 July: The Final Fantasy Marathon has ended and they have raised ~ $32.6K for ACT Today!

Square Enix

You already might know this probably: Yesterday Sony announced the PlayStation 4 on their press conference in New York that was available for live streaming. The console itself was not shown, but they did show the DualShock 4 controller which will feature a touchpad and a bunch of new games that are currently in development.

Luminous Studio on PlayStation 4

Square Enix also made its appearance at the press conference. Yoshihisa Hashimoto, chief technology officer at Square Enix Japan, showed the Luminous Studio engine running on the PlayStation 4. It was the same tech demo as shown on the E3 previous year. After that Shinji Hashimoto took the floor and told that a new Final Fantasy game is in development for the PlayStation 4 and details will be announced at the E3.

If you want to watch the press conference, you can do so here. The PlayStation 4 is set for release this holiday.

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