Mobius Final Fantasy coming to Steam this November in Japan

Mobius Final FantasyMobius Final Fantasy is set to release on PC via Steam next month in Japan, Square Enix announced today. The PC port will support up to 4k resolution (1980 x 1080 display). Additionally, the company confirmed mobile users will have the opportunity to share their data between their smartphone and PC if they desire. You can pre-register for the PC version here.

Below is a full run down of the specs required for the game.

Minimum Requirements

OS: Windows 7, 64 bit.
CPU: Intel/AMD Dual Core CPU 1.6GHz or more.
Memory: 2GB or more.
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT or GeForce GT 240 / ATI Radeon HD 4770 512MB.
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 10GB or more free of space.
Open GL 2.0.
Network connection: Required

Recommended System Requirements

OS: Windows 7 64bit/Windows 8.1 64bit/Windows 10 64bit.
CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad 2.66GHz or Core i5 2.4GHz.
Memory: 3GB or more.
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460/GeForce GTX 750/ATI Radeon HD 5770 512MB.
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 10GB or more free of space.
Sound card: DirectSound compatible soundcard (DirectX 9.0c)
Open GL 2.0
Network connection: Required.

Mobius Final Fantasy launched as a free-to-play title on iOS and Android devices in Japan back in June 2015 and in other regions on August 3rd 2016. A Western localization for the PC port is yet to be announced.

Justice Monsters Five CGI Opening video released

imageA CGI Opening video for the recently released Mobile game titled Justice Monsters Five has been uploaded by Square Enix today. The video focuses on showing our five main heroes named Bomb Bro, Fab Flan, Lamiana, Casanova Coeurl and Grim Gargoyle.

Additionally, fans can jump into the game, get a Malboro and experience the Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV event taking place at the moment.

Justice Monsters Five is now available to download on both iOS and Android devices. The game will be featured in Final Fantasy XV as a mini-game players can try out in-game.

Guardian Codex announced for mobile devices

Guardian Codex

Square Enix has revealed a brand-new mobile title ahead of Tokyo Game Show called Guadian Codex. The game is due out worldwide this Fall as a free-to-play title for both iOS and Android platforms.

Pre-registration for Guardian Codex has already opened here. By “liking” the game’s Facebook page or following the official Twitter account during pre-registration, you’ll receive up to 6,0000 Codex Credits as a bonus.

Here’s the full story details:

Enter the virtual world of the Codex…

In the year 2030, the world is split between the Empire and the Resistance.

Outmatched by the Empire, the Resistance has nowhere to turn except to send their agents into the “Codex,” a virtual reality version of the world from ancient times. As one of their agents, you are sent into the Codex with a vital mission: find the extinct legendary “Guardians.”

The Resistance’s goal is to transfer the virtual Guardians into the real world and use them to defeat the Empire. But your journey isn’t as easy as it sounds. Immerse yourself in the world of the Codex to better understand the Guardians and help the Resistance!

You can check out the official website here, along with some screenshots in the gallery below.

Dragon Quest Heroes II demo for PS4 out now in Japan


Following months after its retail release, Square Enix has released a demo for the PlayStation 4 version of Dragon Quest Heroes II – out now on the Japanese PlayStation Store. The demo clocks in around 4.4GB and allows you to play the game from the very beginning until you reach the kingdom of Zebion. A demo for PlayStation Vita players is available as well.

Dragon Quest Heroes II: The Twin Kings and the Prophecy’s End released in Japan back in May on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PS Vita. Square Enix has yet to announce the game for the West.

Square Enix considering NieR Automata demo, next trailer set for TGS 2016

In a recent Famitsu interview with producer Yosuke Saito and series composer Keiichi Okabe, Saito-san revealed they are currently considering a big NieR Automata demo – about 30-40 minutes in length to give users a chance to get their hands on the game. The producer also spoke briefly on some of their plans for Tokyo Game Show next month.

Up until now, they’ve been focusing on showing the action side of the game, however, they do plan to release a new trailer during the event highlighting the RPG elements in the new NieR. He hopes fans look forward to that when it arrives.

NieR Automata is releasing on PlayStation 4 and PC via Stream in Early 2017.