Square Enix Announces New Mobile Game Designed Especially For Female Players
Clearly, Square Enix is not slowing down this year either with all the new announcements they have been making. With a “Final Fantasy VII” remake in the works, a new role-playing video game for Nintendo Switch releasing soon, and many more. This time they have announced that they are developing a new mobile game application. But this mobile game is actually geared towards female gamers.
Square Enix has just announced that it is working on its first mobile game that is designed to attract female users. The announcement was paired with a photo featuring 12 silhouettes on a picturesque background, which can most possibly be a dozen of good-looking animated men with different personalities to cater to various tastes and ideal types of women. Aside from the teaser, the information revealed was also only limited to the title of the up and coming mobile game, which is “KimiKiri: Kimi to Kiri no Labyrinth”, or translated as “You and The Labyrinth of the Mist.”
KimiKiri: Kimi to Kiri no Labyrinth” is set to be released on Android and iOS and will also adapt a virtual reality (VR) compatibility feature. So far, those are the only details that Square Enix has shared with fans and hopefully soon they will be releasing more updates on the anticipated game. They did state in the announcement that the full website will be opened in a few days so fans are expecting a teaser on the gameplay and characters.
Along with the said mobile application in development, Square Enix is also working on releasing few more mobile game titles this year, which includes, “Final Fantasy Type-0 Online”, “King’s Knight: Wrath of the Dark Dragon”, “Dissidia Final Fantasy: Opera Omnia”, and “Bravely Default: Fairy’s Effect”. The upcoming mobile game, “King’s Knight: Wrath of the Dark Dragon” was announced in September 2016 and is the very same mobile game that was incorporated in “Final Fantasy XV. The main in-game characters, Prompto and Noctis are very fond of playing this said game.
Square Enix Reveals Teaser Video Starring Noctis Having Fun At 'Final Fantasy XV' Moogle Chocobo Carnival Event
Square Enix has revealed what the upcoming Moogle Chocobo Event for "Final Fantasy XV" will be with Noctis giving us a tour of the anticipated festival.
‘Final Fantasy Brave Exvius' Ariana Grande's Remix Song Is Finally Out With New Music Video
Square Enix has finally released the music video for Ariana Grande's remix song for "Final Fantasy Brave Exvius" and the said video showcases the song as well as her in-game character.
Square Enix Developing New RPG Project Octopath Traveler For Nintendo Switch; Four ‘Dragon Quest' Games Confirmed For Switch
Square Enix has revealed that they're making a new RPG as they announce more "Dragon Quest" games heading to Nintendo Switch. Read on for more details.
iPhone 8 Can Scan A User's Face While Device Is Lying Flat, HomePod Firmware Suggests
Apple's iPhone 8 is coming with an advanced facial recognition feature to give extra security to users. HomePod Firmware announced in their recent update that users can unlock their phone in any angle once their facial data registered to the device.
Yes, There Is A Final Fantasy XV Cookbook
Believe it or not, a cookbook for all the recipes in Final Fantasy XV has actually been created. Check it out!
MORE IN ITECHPOST
All You Need To Know About Massage Gun
There is always a probability of feeling pain in your body after exercise. The pain is even likely to affect your routine activities. So, it is essential to take care of it before the reverse occurs. Before now, the use of foam roller has been in the vanguard of suppressing muscle pains.
Best Wireless Router Extender - Booster to extend your Wifi Signals
Sometimes nothing hurts most when suddenly your live streaming gets interrupted and buffering kicks in. Is like you are watching your favorite TV series then, Alas! Power goes out. If the problem isn't within your house, you feel like walking into your power supply company and blast the boss. Among the top causes of limited internet connectivity in our areas of living or business, is dead zones.
New Retroreflective Material Could be Used in Nighttime Color-Changing Road Signs
BUFFALO, N.Y. -- A thin film that reflects light in intriguing ways could be used to make road signs that shine brightly and change color at night, according to a study that will be published on Aug. 9 in Science Advances.
Top 5 Video Games to Play for a Truly Unique First Date
Video games have a way of taking us outside of ourselves and live in a fantasy world. It's even better when you're playing a game with someone special!