Square Enix


English: Square Enix
Japanese: スクウェア・エニックス (sukuwea enikkusu)

Square Enix (commonly abbreviated as SE) is a video game company best known for its role-playing games, one series which is known as "Final Fantasy".

Square Enix is and has been developing it's two MMORPG's, part of the "Final Fantasy" series, known as Final Fantasy XI and Final Fantasy XIV.

The name came about because two companies "Square Co." Ltd and "Enix" merged on April 1, 2003. Enix officially took over Square and thus the name Square Enix. Yōichi Wada is the president of Square Enix.

Square Enix also owns Taito Corporation and as of April 22, 2009 the Eidos PLC (Public Limited Company). Eidos PLC recently became Square Enix Europe, though games will still be published with both the Eidos and Square Enix labels.

In July 2010, in a way to get more western experience behind the reins in some of their departments, Mike Fisher was made president of Square Enix USA. Taking control of Square Enix USA, Eidos, and Taito in the US region.

Square Enix Final Fantasy XIV Staff[edit]

See Staff Credits for more.

Square Enix Video Games[edit]

Popular Square Franchises[edit]

  • Chrono Trigger/Cross
  • Final Fantasy
  • Front Mission
  • Kingdom Hearts
  • Mana (Seiken Densetsu in Japan)
  • SaGa

Popular Enix Titles[edit]

  • Bust a Groove
  • Dragon Quest
  • Grandia
  • Illusion of Gaia
  • Star Ocean
  • Valkyrie Profile

Popular Taito Titles[edit]

  • Bubble Bobble
  • Cooking Mama
  • Legend of Kage
  • Lufia
  • Space Invaders

Popular Eidos Titles[edit]

  • Deus Ex
  • Fear Effect
  • Hitman
  • Kane and Lynch
  • Lara Croft : Tomb Raider
  • Legacy Of Kain
  • Time Splitters
  • Thief

Popular Games Localized in Japan by Square Enix[edit]

  • Lost Winds
  • Modern Warfare 2: Call of Duty

Non-Video Game Media[edit]

Square after merging with Enix no longer concentrates on Video Game media and has branched off into Movies, Original Video Animation, Manga, and Novels.


  • Final Fantasy : The Spirits Within (2001)
  • Final Fantasy VII : Advent Children (2005)

Original Video Animations and Anime Series[edit]

  • Final Fantasy Unlimited
  • Final Fantasy VII : Last Order
  • On the Way to a Smile (Based off the Final Fantasy VII Novel of the same name)
  • Full Metal Alchemist (Licensed in the USA through FUNimation Entertainment)


Published Through Gangan Comics in Japan

  • Black God
  • Papuwa
  • Pani Poni
  • Spiral
  • He is My Master
  • Yumekui Kenbun
  • Doubt
  • Bamboo Blade
  • Soul Eater
  • Zombie Loan
  • Fullmetal Alchemist
  • Higurashi no Naku Koro ni.

Steam And Digital Download[edit]

Square Enix and Eidos have both been releasing games via the digital download service Steam. With the recent release of Final Fantasy XI : Ultimate Collection to Steam, it is widely believed that the PC version of Final Fantasy XIV may also be available on Steam.

See Also[edit]