Square Enix has announced plans to start an Android market for its games, aptly titled the Square Enix Market. Among the games planned for the initial launch are Dragon Quest Monsters Most Wanted, Chaos Rings, the iOS remake of the original Final Fantasy, and Crystal Defenders. Other titles, such as Chrono Trigger and Itagaki Street,, are expected to follow.
The Market opens for Droid users on KDDI’s phone service starting December 1, with DoCoMo and Softbank to come later.
If there’s one thing we can all appreciate, it’s the ability of a major news event to bring us all together in a contest to come up with the best one-liners. Personally I’m fond of “Yet another thing started and finished in the time it took to complete Duke Nukem Forever.” Hats off to whoever came up with that first. Anyhow, on with the media: Chaos Rings Omega, Frontier Gate, Grand Knight’s History, Labyrinth no Kanata, Ragnarok: Hikari to Yami no Kouji, and Tales of the Abyss 3DS. Give it a look-see! Continue reading ‘Mass Media 05/02/11’ »
Square Enix and Media Vision are teaming up for another iPhone venture, a prequel to last year’s Chaos Rings. Titled Chaos Rings Omega, the game takes place some 10,000 years prior to the original, and the character Viegue, who appeared in Chaos Rings as Olgar, is the central figure in the story. While Omega is not a true sequel, an actual Chaos Rings II is in development – as evidenced from the end of the Omega trailer – but little is known at this time.
Omega is set to hit the app store in May. The game’s trailer can be found over on YouTube.