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Square Enix has teamed up with NVIDIA and Microsoft and developed a tech demo showing what DirectX 12 can do. The tech demo, called WITCH CHAPTER 0 [cry], was showed on Microsoft Build 2015 and featured Agni, who was also shown in Square Enix's previous tech demo Agni’s Philosophy 3 years ago.

Final Fantasy VII

During the PlayStation Experience keynote Shinji Hashimoto, producer at Square Enix, announced that the 2012 pc port of Final Fantasy VII will be released on PlayStation 4 this Spring. Well, this was kind of a disappointment ... We already can buy the game on PSN (PS3, PSP, PS Vita), SE Store and Steam. Kotaku has called this 'proberly the worst troll in recent video game history'.

Final Fantasy XIII

After Final Fantasy IV Square Enix has also announced this week that the Final Fantasy XIII trilogy will also be coming to Steam. On 9 October Final Fantasy XIII, the first game in the trilogy, will be available for purchase at Steam for $ 15.99 / € 12.99 / £ 10.99. If you pre-order the game, you'll receive a 10% discount.

Final Fantasy XIII screenshot

Final Fantasy XIII was released back in 2010 on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 and takes place in the world of Cocoon and Pulse and was the first Final Fantasy in the series to have a female lead character. The other two games in the trilogy, Final Fantasy XIII-2 and Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII will be released in Spring 2015.

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A couple of days ago Final Fantasy IV suddenly appeared on Steam.

FINAL FANTASY IV makes its debut on PC!

As the first game in the series to feature the innovative Active Time Battle system, FINAL FANTASY IV stands as an iconic milestone in FINAL FANTASY history. Lose yourself in this timeless tale of heroes, betrayal, love and redemption—now optimized for PC!

Final Fantasy IV screenshot

This version is a port of the mobile version (which is a port of the Nintendo DS version) with 58 archievements. The game can be purchased at Steam for $15.99/€14.49/£10.99.

Square Enix

Square Enix has teamed up with DONTNOD Entertainment (the guys behind Remember Me) and today announced Life is Strange, a digital IP which will consist of multiple episodes. Each chapter will be bulding and evolving on the choices you made in the previous episodes.


Max Caulfield has been absent from Arcadia Bay, Oregon for five years now. Upon returning home she discovers that Rachel Amber, a fellow senior at school, has disappeared under mysterious and rather uncomfortable circumstances. While trying to uncover the truth Max reunites with an old friend, Chloe, and makes a startling discovery: Max has the power to rewind time… 

Life is Strange will be released on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC and can be played at gamescom which takes place this week.

Final Fantasy III

Square Enix has announced today that Final Fantasy III will make its way to Steam soon. This game was originally released in 1990, but got a remake in 2006 for Nintendo DS and later was also released on iOS, Android and PlayStation Portable. This was the first Final Fantasy game to have a job system and the ability to use summons like Shiva or Bahamut.

The Steam version of Final Fantasy III will feature Steam Achievements and Trading Cards and will have some visual tweaks.

Final Fantasy III

The game will be available for $15.99/€12.99/£10.99 and a release date will be announced soon. You can already access the Steam page of the game.

Final Fantasy XIV

Today the first major patch of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn has gone live! Version 2.1, named A Realm Awoken, introduces large-scale additions and refinements made to Eorzea. Square Enix has provided a 10 minute long video introducing area's like the Crystal Tower (for an alliance of 24 players), PvP Arena, a housing system for free companies and rebalanced job actions.

For more details regarding the version 2.1 patch check out this article on the Lodestone. You can also check out the special website.

Final Fantasy VIII

Square Enix has announced that as of today Final Fantasy VIII is available for download on the Square Enix Store and Steam. Like the re-release of Final Fantasy VII, this version has been enhanced for modern PC's and has some new features like cloud saving, a magic booster and 45 Steam achievements. Like the original PC version, which was released back in 2000 by Eidos, Chocobo World is also available.

Final Fantasy VIII is available for $ 11,99 / € 12,99 on the Square Enix Store (NA / EU) and Steam.

Final Fantasy VIII

After the release of an enhanced version of Final Fantasy VII for the PC on the Square Enix Store and Steam the wait is now for an enchanced version of Final Fantasy VIII for the PC. However there's a hint it might be coming soon. In the Japanese Square Enix Store you can pre-order Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster. When you spend 7,500 yen or more before 26 December 2013 you'll receive 50% off the PC version of Final Fantasy VIII (normal price 1,500 yen).

The PC version of Final Fantasy VIII was ported by Eidos and released back in 2000. In May this year Square Enix announced that the PC version will be released in Japan. According to the Square Enix e-Store the release of Final Fantasy VIII for PC is now planned for this winter.

Final Fantasy XIV

It seems that Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn is so populair and due to long waiting times for people who want to play the game Square Enix has halted the digital sales to fix the server issues.

Important Notice About FINAL FANTASY XIV: A Realm Reborn - Due to the overwhelmingly positive response to FINAL FANTASY XIV: A Realm Reborn, we are currently experiencing extremely long wait times for users to be able to log in and play. As a temporary measure, we will halt sales of FINAL FANTASY XIV: A REALM REBORN’s digital download products so we can accommodate all of those wishing to play. We are working to expand our server capacity in the coming days.

We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience this causes.

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