History Creator / SquareEnix

11th Aug '17 11:32:47 AM rjd1922
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* SpringtimeForHitler: Square was saved from bankruptcy when Hironobu Sakaguchi released the original ''[[VideoGame/FinalFantasyI Final Fantasy]]''. [[MeaningfulName He thought it would be the last game before Square collapsed.]] [[LongRunners It wasn't.]]
29th Jun '17 11:45:52 AM JRads47
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* ''Manga/HinowaGaCrush''
29th Jun '17 11:29:30 AM JRads47
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* ''Manga/AkameGaKill''
24th Jun '17 1:28:29 AM Hjortron18
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11th Jun '17 4:55:05 PM lrrose
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** ''VideoGame/LifeIsStrangeBeforeTheStorm''
5th Jun '17 7:43:48 AM Nouct
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* ''VideoGame/SINoALICE''
17th Apr '17 9:32:57 AM seasonpremiere
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* ''VideoGame/PopUpStory''


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* ''VideoGame/SchoolgirlStrikers''
15th Mar '17 6:44:16 PM nombretomado
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Square's early years were leaner; they began as a division of the software company Denyusha. In 1984 they released their first game, ''The Death Trap'', whose modest success led them to create a few more original games, as well as technically unimpressive ports of ''VideoGame/DragonSlayer'' for the {{MSX}} and ''VideoGame/{{Thexder}}'' for the NES. After Square Co., Ltd. became independent in 1986, they formed the Disk Operating Group (DOG) with six other computer game companies (Micro Cabin, Thinking Rabbit, Carry Lab, System Sacom, Xtalsoft, Hummingbird Soft) and published a variety of forgettable games for the Famicom Disk System, and were not doing too well when, a year and a half after ''Dragon Quest'', they released an [=RPG=] called ''VideoGame/{{Final Fantasy|I}}''...

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Square's early years were leaner; they began as a division of the software company Denyusha. In 1984 they released their first game, ''The Death Trap'', whose modest success led them to create a few more original games, as well as technically unimpressive ports of ''VideoGame/DragonSlayer'' for the {{MSX}} {{UsefulNotes/MSX}} and ''VideoGame/{{Thexder}}'' for the NES. After Square Co., Ltd. became independent in 1986, they formed the Disk Operating Group (DOG) with six other computer game companies (Micro Cabin, Thinking Rabbit, Carry Lab, System Sacom, Xtalsoft, Hummingbird Soft) and published a variety of forgettable games for the Famicom Disk System, and were not doing too well when, a year and a half after ''Dragon Quest'', they released an [=RPG=] called ''VideoGame/{{Final Fantasy|I}}''...
19th Jan '17 5:36:53 AM Snakebane
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** ''VideoGame/ChronoCross''

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** ''VideoGame/ChronoCross''''VideoGame/ChronoCross'' (Developed by a team that would later become Creator/MonolithSoft)



* ''VideoGame/{{Xenogears}}''

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* ''VideoGame/{{Xenogears}}''
''VideoGame/{{Xenogears}}'' (Developed by a team that would later become Creator/MonolithSoft)
13th Jan '17 6:19:59 AM WolfThunder
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* ''VideoGame/OctopathTraveller''

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* ''VideoGame/OctopathTraveller''''VideoGame/OctopathTraveler''
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