Meet the New Square Enix

By Heath | February 6, 2011 at 7:01 am

Square Enix has found itself doing a lot of apologizing lately, sometimes with words and sometimes with actions. Within just these last few months, the company has had two rather large, messy situations which required some immediate reaction.
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Tales of Graces F confirmed for North America, Holy crap, we won?

By Heath | February 2, 2011 at 4:56 pm

In RPG Land’s continuing mission to fight for your right to party, we asked readers to show Namco Bandai that they would indeed buy Tales games on PS3.  That was in mid November, and now, Tales of Graces F has been confirmed for North American release.
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The 12 RPGs of Christmas

By Heath | December 23, 2010 at 5:10 am

Only two shopping days left till Christmas. Not sure what to get your neighbors in RPGLand? I’m here to help.
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666: 3 RPG Series Needing Number 6

By Heath | November 6, 2010 at 11:57 pm

The Holy Bible calls 6-6-6 the “mark of The Beast.” I call it a reminder, “Oh yeah, there are no 6th installments of Wild ARMs, Suikoden, or Breath of Fire.” Here’s a breakdown of the situation.
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Janelle Writes Stuff on Bitmob

By Heath | May 18, 2010 at 12:19 pm

Our own Janelle Hindman jotted down some thoughts about FAQs, imports, and walkthroughs on  Check out our lady’s insights on that, here.  Meanwhile, she also looked into the future, what with all this newfngled 3D gaming and stuff, and wondered what this means for people who get a little bit motion sick.  Read that too.

Square Enix Announcement Will Not Shock You (Probably)

By Heath | April 18, 2010 at 9:01 pm

If there’s one thing gamers love more than real announcements containing real information, it’s vague, passive hints at hypothetical non-announcements. And Twitter is keeping vague in vogue. Sonia Im of Square Enix America, bless her heart, apparently can’t express personal interest in a Square Enix game on her Twitter without the whole internet jumping on it. Worse still, the coming announcement isn’t going to be one that blows up the gaming world.
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Legend of Dragoon 2: The Time is Now

By Heath | March 28, 2010 at 12:20 am

Sony needs to strike while the iron is hot by releasing a sequel to one of the most polarizing RPGs on the original PlayStation, Legend of Dragoon.

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MMORPGs Will See Console Success

By Heath | March 26, 2010 at 11:18 am

Planet Xbox 360 makes the case that console MMORPGs “will always fail” in this fairly interesting perspective. I’ve learned to never say “never” (or um, “always,” as the case may be) in this business though. Before I go on, let it be known that I think the article is well-written and the author, Will Prusik, knows his stuff and expresses his points well. I do, however, politely disagree. I think MMORPGs are on their way to console success.
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How to Hate RPG Land Like a Pro

By Heath | December 28, 2009 at 11:54 am

In the wake of our Final Fantasy XIII review has come a little bit of love and a whole lotta hate. Hate is fine; nothing wrong with that. But when hating, please make sure it’s for the right reasons. We see a lot of people hating for completely nonsensical reasons, so here is how to properly hate on RPG Land.
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How the Internet and Region Freedom Have Been Good and Bad for Final Fantasy XIII

By Heath | December 23, 2009 at 7:41 am

More importers and faster mass communication are having a visible effect on Final Fantasy XIII‘s public appearance.
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