Square Enix President and CEO Yosuke Matsuda illustrates the mid-term plans of the publisher, which will go further on the multiplatform path.
Square Enix CEO Yosuke Matsuda promises more evolution for the Final Fantasy franchise, that is celebrating its 30th anniversary.
Square Enix CEO Yosuke Matsuda talks about sequels, Final Fantasy, and the difference between console and mobile games regarding microtransactions.
Square Enix to Announce Release Dates of “Major” Games Between April and E3; Welcomes Nintendo Switch
Square Enix teases release dates announcements coming before E3 2018, welcomes the release of the Nintendo Switch and more.
Square Enix has big plans for its recently announced Left Alive for PS4 and PC, which is intended to be satisfying for hardcore gamers.
The first part of the documentary gives an in depth look at Final Fantasy XIV's original development and failure, as well as commentary from the creative minds behind its rebirth.
Square Enix CEO Yosuke Matsuda expresses the hope that Final Fantasy XV's DLC episode will extend the life cycle of the game.
Square Enix CEO Yosuke Matsuda details the publisher's expectations for the performance of Dragon Quest XI.
Square Enix CEO Yosuke Matsuda reveals that Yoko Taro's NieR: Automata did much better than expected, and talks about plans for the future.
Square Enix Boss Talks PS4, Xbox One and Mobile Growth; Promises Contents Customers Will Love in 2017
Square Enix President Yosuke Matsuda posted a "new year's letter" looking back at 2016 and forward to this year, providing his overview on the major facts on the digital entertainment business.
Tomorrow Square Enix will open a new themed cafe right in front of Tokyo's super-popular electronics store Yodobashi Camera Akihabara, showcasing its range of games and merchandise.
As announced a few days ago, Square Enix and Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan and Asia hosted today an Overwatch match between two teams belonging to the two companies led by the respective presidents Yosuke Matsuda and Atsushi
Square Enix President Yosuke Matsuda is a gamer, as he demonstrated multiple times. He isn't shy about showing off his gameplay online, and he often mentions his appreciation for western games. In an interview in the latest
Back in February, Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan and Asia President Atsushi Morita challenged his Square Enix counterpart Yosuke Matsuda at a battle for supremacy at Call of Duty Black Ops III. The challenge backfired, and the match
Tomb Raider celebrates its 20th anniversary this year (on October 25th), and Square Enix President Yosuke Matsuda appeared in a video message to wish the series happy birthday.
Remember the challenge between Sony Computer Entertainment Japan and Asia President Atsushi Morita and Square Enix CEO Yosuke Matsuda at Call of Duty: Black Ops III?
Apparently both Sony Computer Entertainment Japan and Asia President Atsushi Morita and his counterpart at Square Enix Yosuke Matsuda are quite confident in their Call of Duty: Black Ops III skills, and they're both eager to demonstrate
Square Enix Working on New IPs; Aims to Reboot Existing Ones and Develop in Collaboration with Partners
Today Square Enix released the transcript of its financial results briefing outlining the plan for Fiscal Year 2016, and CEO Yosuke Matsuda explained the company's IP policies going forward.
As part of its financial briefing outlining the forecast for the current fiscal year, Square Enix mentioned that it will announce "several titles" at E3, as mentioned by President Yosuke Matsuda:
During the investors meeting held today in Tokyo, Square Enix President Yosuke Matsuda was asked is the company is planning to port its arcade classics to PS4, using Darius and The Ninja Warriors as examples.