Square Enix

Enix Square Holdings Co., Ltd. Ltd. is a game developer and a Japanese distributor, best known for their role as franchisor-the Final Fantasy series, the Dragon Quest, and the RPG Kingdom Hearts action saga. The offices are in Yoyogi, Shibuya, Tokyo at Shinjuku Bunka Quint.

Enterbrain publication Famitsū has named the company as the “Best Video Game Publisher,” the honor for the titles released between January 1st and December 31st, 2015.

The roots derived from the combination of the firms Squaresoft and Enix on April 1st, 2003. In February 2004, after this merger (a game already developed by SquareSoft), Final Fantasy X-2 was first published in Spain.

The regional division of Square Enix is Square Enix Japan, Square Enix USA, Inc. (for North America as a whole), and Square Enix Europe Ltd (for Europe as well as other regions of PAL TV standard). Square Enix first opened a new branch in China in 2006 to expand the Asian market of Square Enix Chin

The Dragon Quest, ancient Enix game’s series, is considered the most famous in Japan except in the original Mario Bros Nintendo original. However, the best-selling game of Square Enix is still Final Fantasy, previously owned by Square Soft.

While scheduling the twelfth episode for the 2006 season, an iPod game named “Music Summoner: The Unsung Heroes” was produced by Square Enix. The game was also available via iTunes. Until today, most of their games are video games for role play.