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April 16, 2014
Sony Computer Enertainment has recently announced that they have sold all of their Square Enix shares to SMBC Nikko Securities. The 9,520,000 pile of shares sold for 4.8bn yen which is around £28m.
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March 26, 2014
Yoko Shimomura released a new album today in Japan and it is called “memória!”. Out of the many tracks available, the more notable one is "OMNIS LACRIMA" from Final Fantasy XV.
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Source: Square Enix
February 18, 2014
In recent non-news, Yoshinori Kitase discussed the Final Fantasy VII remake saying that he would love to do it, but it'd be a huge undertaking. He also mentioned barriers to the idea such as staff, budget and his own motivation to make the product.
The Final Fantasy VII remake is not currently in production.
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February 13, 2014
Kitase talked a little about Final Fantasy XV recently, noting that the game is 'quite far into development' and that it has been given a very high priority by Square Enix.
He goes on to note that the game isn't competing for resources with Kingdom Hearts III and comments on some new possibilities that the newest generation of hardware brings to the development team.
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December 16, 2013
Square Enix has now confirmed the North American release date of the Vita version of the Final Fantasy X/ X-2 HD Remaster. The Vita version will release along side the PS3 version on March18th 2014! Both Versions of the game will be available as both physical and digital copies, however the retail version of the Vita version will feature the physical copy of Final Fantasy X HD and a voucher for the digital version of Final Fantasy X-2 HD.
Square has also announced a Collector's Edition of the Remaster available exclusively through the Square-Enix online store. The Collector's Edition contains:
- A full-size artbook packaging featuring 40 pages of imagery from the beautiful world of Spira
- A visual soundtrack with over 6 hours of music set to the games' most memorable moments
- 5 Lithographs of iconic artwork and characters
The Collector's Edition will retail for $79.99
Source: PS Blog