Ouya CEO Julie Uhrman has confirmed that over 8,000 game devs are coding titles for the $99 Android-powered console, including Square Enix, Double Fine Productions, Tripwire Interactive, Vlambeer, Phil Fish's Polytron Corporation, and Kim Swift's Airtight Games.
The new Tomb Raider, from Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics, is a reboot of the classic gaming franchise.
The RPG developer ninja-released its latest iOS game.
The PS3 version of the new Final Fantasy XIV game will launch day-and-date with the PC version, and here's what it will look like.
Square Enix has confirmed that Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII will go live in 2013.
It seems as if cross-platform browser-based gaming has really picked up over the last few months.
It's definitely been a busy couple of weeks for Team Ouya, which has thus far managed to raise a staggering $5,845,191 for its nascent Android-powered console on KickStarter.
Another chapter is about to begin in the Final Fantasy universe.
Publishing giant Square Enix thinks it is wrong for Sony and Microsoft to extend their console life cycles.
Don't get your hopes up too high, but a "remake" of the classic RPG Final Fantasy VII is in the works.
Each year there is a plethora of demos showcased at E3 in Los Angeles. Some make it to the real world as video games while others are just eye candy coded specifically for show.
Get ready for one of the most ambitious games ever built for the Wii.
One of the most iconic entries in the long-running Final Fantasy series is getting a graphical overhaul.
The leading games retailer in the US is try to make amends for the admittedly ridiculous way it handled an issue with the PC game Deus Ex.
Video game retailer Gamestop has ordered employees to pull all copies of the PC version of Deus Ex from store shelves, all because of a coupon that was included in the game.
After bringing Final Fantasy VII, VII, and IX to the PS3 through the console's "PS One Classics" library, Square Enix will be recreating Final Fantasy V.
Last week a marked big occasion for uber fans of Final Fantasy in Japan, as the mega franchise-spanning brawler Dissidia Duodecim came out for the PSP.
Square Enix has just confirmed that it will be releasing a sequel to Final Fantasy XIII, Final Fantasy XIII-2, about one year from now, in winter 2012.
After exhausting the library of PSOne Final Fantasy games, Square Enix is digging deeper into its catalog to bring more of its classic titles from yesteryear to the PS3 and PSP.
It seems as if Square Enix used PS3 footage in a TV ad for the 360 version of Final Fantasy XIII in an attempt to make the RPG look "sharper."