Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker maker Hideo Kojima andpublisher Square Enix are working together on toys and game crossovers, like Metal Gear's cameo in Front Mission Evolved. The collaboration between the two appears to be primarily focused around... stickers.
Mech shooter Front Mission Evolved has been pushed back two weeks to a Sept. 28 release date, Square Enix said today. The third-person shooter is coming to the PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.
The creator of Metal Gear, Hideo Kojima, is joining forces with Square Enix, the company behind Dragon Quest and Final Fantasy.
The giant mech strategy series turns shooter this September, when Square Enix brings Front Mission Evolved to the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC (in stereoscopic 3D!!!), hoping to lure in a new legion of fans of piloting massive Wanzers.
If you thought Konami and Kojima Productions' collaboration with Capcom's Monster Hunter series was a bizarre fit, you'll likely find the Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker tie-in with Square Enix just slightly less weird.
Square Enix passed us the box art and a batch of new screens for Front Mission Evolved today, including at least one shot of a mech that seems to be joyously completing an upbeat dance routine. What won't those giant robots do?
Square Enix's attempt to shift the Front Mission series from turn-based strategy role-playing game to third-person shooter was finally playable to the public at Tokyo Game Show. That gave us a chance to see just how Front Mission has "evolved."
The game is set 50 years after Front Mission 5. While that title was developed by Square Enix, Front Mission Evolved is being developed by Double Helix Games, the studio responsible for Silent Hill: Homecoming.
E3 2009 is getting a massive dose of Square Enix next week. The company is bringing along a few games you might expect—Final Fantasy XIII, Dissidia Final Fantasy—and some brand new games.
Sirens. Breaking glass. Gun shots. Square Enix has launched a new website for a "NEW GAME". It features a cityscape, a cacophony of sound and a quote from John Kennedy.