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Square Enix has five unannounced games in the works


4:00 AM on 02.04.2010
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For the love of God ...

Square "eyes bigger than its belly" Enix has revealed in the latest Famitsu that it currently has five unannounced games in development. Considering it has about ten billion announced games in development, one wonders if the Japanese company will ever think it's got enough on its plate.

We don't know what the games are because -- duh -- they're unannounced, but you can probably rest assured that there's some Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest in there. In any case, that's five more games we can add to a growing list that includes Versus, Agito, NIER, Final Fantasy Gaiden, Final Fantasy XIV and plenty more besides. 

Where does Square Enix find the manpower for all this stuff?

Square Enix working on 5 unannounced projects [The Examiner via GoNintendo]






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