Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Square Enix President resigns

Not long after John Riccitiello announced his resignation from EA, Square Enix's President Yoichi Wada has announced that he will be leaving the company.
The company has announced that Yosuke Matsuda, who is the current representative director of the company, will replace him. The change is part of a company's ongoing management reform.
Square Enix recently announced that they were expecting an "extraordinary loss" in terms of the company's fiscal year. This is expected to be the reason for the change, due to very similar reasons being the catalyst for Ricitiello's resignation.
Recently, Square Enix has released Tomb Raider and Deus Ex: Human Revolution, though other notable titles include The World Ends With You, and the Kingdom Hearts and Final Fantasy franchise.
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John Schwartz


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