Los Angeles (May 8, 2006)
Square Enix, Co., Ltd. (Tokyo, Japan, Square Enix), a leading developer and publisher of interactive entertainment software and services, announced two new titles in the FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES series. Unveiled at the Square Enix E3 2006 press event, CODENAME: FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES: Crystal Bearers will premiere on the Nintendo Wii, and CODENAME: FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES: Ring of Fates will make its debut on Nintendo DS.
"Since its introduction for Nintendo GameCube in 2003 as an all-new take on FINAL FANTASY, CRYSTAL CHRONICLES has been well received," said Akitoshi Kawazu, Director, Square Enix. "Today, we are proud to present the latest titles in this franchise for the Nintendo Wii and Nintendo DS."
Both titles are being developed with a commitment to utilize Wii and Nintendo DS technology to their fullest as part of the next generation's FINAL FANTASY. Additional details, including ship date and pricing, regarding CODENAME: FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES: Crystal Bearers and CODENAME: FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES: Ring of Fates will be announced at a later date.
About Square Enix Co., Ltd. and Square Enix, Inc.
Square Enix Co., Ltd. (Square Enix) develops, publishes, and distributes entertainment content including interactive entertainment software and publications in Japan, North America, Europe, and Asia. Square Enix brings two of Japan's best-selling franchises-FINAL FANTASY, which has sold over 68 million units worldwide, and DRAGON QUEST, which has sold over 40 million units worldwide-under one roof. Square Enix is one of the most influential providers of digital entertainment content in the world and continues to push the boundaries of creativity and innovation. For additional information about Square Enix visit: http://www.square-enix.com.
Crystal Bearers, CRYSTAL CHRONICLES, DRAGON QUEST, FINAL FANTASY, Ring of Fates, SQUARE ENIX and the Square Enix logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Square Enix, Co. Ltd. in the United States and/or other countries.
, , Nintendo DS ,Nintendo GameCube and Wii are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Nintendo in the United States and /or other countries. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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