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Enix was a Japanese video game publishing company founded in September 1975 by Yasuhiro Fukushima. Initially a tabloid publisher named Eidansha Boshu Service Center, it ventured in 1982 into video game publishing for Japanese home computers such as the PC-8800 series, the X1 series, and the FM-7. Enix initially found games to release by holding contests for programming hobbyists and publishing the winners, with the first titles appearing in February 1983. Enix continued to hold contests and publish the winners through 1993. [1] When Enix moved into traditional publishing for video game consoles in 1985, it began with ports of two of its more successful games, Door Door (1983) and The Portopia Serial Murder Case (1983). From that point onward, Enix served as a publisher for both video games developed independently by other companies as well as for titles in franchises owned by Enix and created by licensed developers. Enix's flagship franchise was the Dragon Quest series of console games, developed primarily by Chunsoft; some of the games, such as Dragon Quest VII (2000), have sold millions of copies, and the series as a whole has sold over 68 million copies as of 2016. [2] [3]

Enix Japanese video game publisher

Enix Corporation was a Japanese video game publisher that produced video games, anime and manga. Enix is known for publishing the Dragon Quest series of role-playing video games.

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On April 1, 2003, Enix and Japanese video game developer and publisher Square merged to form Square Enix, with Enix legally absorbing Square. [4] Between 1985 and April 2003, Enix published 95 video games for 56 developers on 12 systems, 65 titles of which were exclusive to Japan. Only one game, King Arthur & the Knights of Justice (1995), was not released in Japan at all, with the remainder appearing in Japan as well as either the North American or PAL regions. Enix served as the Japanese publisher for all of the games released in that region that it was involved in with the exceptions of Paladin's Quest (1992) and Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen (1993), where it served solely as the North American publisher.

Square Co., Ltd. was a Japanese video game company founded in September 1986 by Masafumi Miyamoto. It merged with Enix in 2003 to form Square Enix. The company also used SquareSoft as a brand name to refer to their games, and the term is occasionally used to refer to the company itself. In addition, "Square Soft, Inc" was the name of the company's American arm before the merger, after which it was renamed to "Square Enix, Inc".

Square Enix Japanese video game developer, publisher, and distribution company

Square Enix Holdings Co., Ltd. is a Japanese video game developer, publisher, and distribution company known for its Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest, and Kingdom Hearts role-playing video game franchises, among numerous others. Several of them have sold over 10 million copies worldwide, with the Final Fantasy franchise alone selling over 115 million. The Square Enix headquarters are in the Shinjuku Eastside Square Building in Shinjuku, Tokyo. The company employs over 4300 employees worldwide.

<i>King Arthur & the Knights of Justice</i> (video game) 1995 action-adventure video game

King Arthur & the Knights of Justice is an action-adventure game developed by Manley & Associates and published by Enix for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in May 1995. Based on the cartoon series of the same title, which was loosely inspired by the Arthurian legend, the game was released in North America exclusively.

Games

This list includes retail games published by Enix during its existence under that name after its transition from hobby programming contests to retail publishing in 1985. Only versions of the games that were published by Enix in the Japanese, North American, or PAL region are included; some games have additional ports to other systems that were only published by Square Enix or other publishers. The release dates given are the earliest release of the game by Enix; some games may have been originally published earlier by other publishers in another region.

Key
SymbolMeaning
YesPublished by Enix in this region
SEPublished by Square Enix in this region
OtherPublished by a company unrelated to Enix in this region
NPNot published in this region
TitleSystemRelease dateDeveloper(s)JP NA PALRef(s)
Door Door Nintendo Entertainment System July 18, 1985 Chunsoft YesNPNP [5] [6]
The Portopia Serial Murder Case Nintendo Entertainment System November 29, 1985 Chunsoft YesNPNP [5] [7]
Dragon Quest Nintendo Entertainment System May 27, 1986 Chunsoft YesOtherNP [5] [8] [9]
Dragon Quest II Nintendo Entertainment System January 26, 1987 Chunsoft YesYesNP [5] [9] [10]
Dragon Quest III Nintendo Entertainment System February 10, 1988 Chunsoft YesYesNP [5] [9] [11]
Super Nintendo Entertainment System December 6, 1996 Heartbeat YesNPNP [12] [13]
Game Boy Color December 8, 2000 Tose YesYesNP [12] [14]
Dragon Quest IV Nintendo Entertainment System February 11, 1990 Chunsoft YesYesNP [5] [9] [15]
Playstation November 22, 2001 Heartbeat YesNPNP [16]
ActRaiser Super Nintendo Entertainment System December 16, 1990 Quintet YesYesYes [5] [17] [18]
Soul Blazer Super Nintendo Entertainment System January 31, 1992 Quintet YesYesYes [17] [19] [20]
Dragon Quest V Super Nintendo Entertainment System September 27, 1992 Chunsoft YesNPNP [19] [21]
Dungeon Land Game Boy December 15, 1992Random HouseYesNPNP [19] [22]
Just Breed Nintendo Entertainment System December 15, 1992Random HouseYesNPNP [19] [22]
E.V.O.: Search for Eden Super Nintendo Entertainment System December 21, 1992 Almanic YesYesNP [19] [23]
The 7th Saga Super Nintendo Entertainment System April 23, 1993 Produce YesYesNP [19] [24]
Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen Super Nintendo Entertainment System May 15, 1993 Quest Corporation OtherYesNP [25]
Jyutei Senki Super Nintendo Entertainment System August 27, 1993Tam TamYesNPNP [26]
Paladin's Quest Super Nintendo Entertainment System October 1993Copya SystemOtherYesNP [27] [28]
ActRaiser 2 Super Nintendo Entertainment System October 29, 1993 Quintet YesYesOther [17] [19] [29]
Illusion of Gaia Super Nintendo Entertainment System November 27, 1993 Quintet YesOtherOther [17] [19] [30] [31]
Dragon Warrior I & II Super Nintendo Entertainment System December 18, 1993 Chunsoft YesNPNP [32] [33]
Game Boy Color September 23, 1999 Tose YesYesNP [34] [35]
Brain Lord Super Nintendo Entertainment System January 29, 1994 Produce YesYesNP [19] [24] [36]
Itadaki Street 2 Super Nintendo Entertainment System February 26, 1994Tomcat SystemYesNPNP [37]
Nankoku Shōnen Papuwa-kun Super Nintendo Entertainment System March 25, 1994DaftYesNPNP [38]
Game Boy March 25, 1994YesNPNP [39]
Robotrek Super Nintendo Entertainment System July 8, 1994 Quintet / Ancient YesYesNP [17] [19] [40]
Wonder Project J Super Nintendo Entertainment System December 9, 1994 Almanic YesNPNP [19] [41]
Nekketsu Tairiku Burning Heroes Super Nintendo Entertainment System March 17, 1995J-ForceYesNPNP [42]
Mahoujin GuruGuru Super Nintendo Entertainment System April 21, 1995Tam TamYesNPNP [43]
King Arthur & the Knights of Justice Super Nintendo Entertainment System May 25, 1995 Manley & Associates NPYesNP [44]
Mystic Ark Super Nintendo Entertainment System July 14, 1995 Produce YesNPNP [19] [24]
Joushou Mahjong Tenpai Super Nintendo Entertainment System September 29, 1995 Game Arts YesNPNP [45]
Violinist of Hameln Super Nintendo Entertainment System September 29, 1995DaftYesNPNP [19] [46]
Terranigma Super Nintendo Entertainment System October 20, 1995 Quintet YesNPOther [17] [19] [47]
Dragon Quest VI Super Nintendo Entertainment System December 9, 1995 Heartbeat YesNPNP [48]
Mahoujin GuruGuru 2 Super Nintendo Entertainment System April 12, 1996Tam TamYesNPNP [49]
Dark Half Super Nintendo Entertainment System May 31, 1996 Westone Bit Entertainment YesNPNP [12] [50]
Star Ocean Super Nintendo Entertainment System July 19, 1996 tri-Ace YesNPNP [12] [51]
Wonder Project J2 Nintendo 64 November 22, 1996 Givro YesNPNP [52]
Mischief Makers Nintendo 64 June 26, 1997 Treasure YesOtherOther [12] [53]
Nanatsu Kaze no Shima Monogatari Sega Saturn November 27, 1997 Givro YesNPNP [54]
Ninpen Manmaru Sega Saturn December 18, 1997Tam TamYesNPNP [55]
Riven PlayStation December 23, 1997 Cyan YesOtherOther [12] [56]
Sega Saturn April 9, 1998YesOtherOther [12] [56]
Bust a Groove PlayStation January 29, 1998Metro GraphicsYesOtherOther [57]
Nihondaihyō Chiimu no Kantoku ni Narou! Sega Saturn June 25, 1998 Sega YesNPNP [58]
Eggs of Steel PlayStation July 30, 1998 Rhythm and Hues Studios YesYesNP [12] [59]
Star Ocean: The Second Story PlayStation July 30, 1998 tri-Ace YesYesOther [51] [60]
Astronōka PlayStation August 27, 1998MuuMuu / System Sacom YesNPNP [12] [61]
Itadaki Street: Gorgeous King PlayStation September 23, 1998Tomcat SystemYesNPNP [62]
Dragon Warrior Monsters Game Boy Color September 25, 1998 Tose YesOtherOther [63] [64]
Great Hits PlayStation October 29, 1998Sieg / System Sacom YesNPNP [65]
Murder on the Eurasia Express PlayStation November 26, 1998 System Sacom YesNPNP [66]
Googootrops PlayStation January 28, 1999 Produce YesNPNP [12] [24]
Tomb Raider III PlayStation March 4, 1999 Core Design YesOtherOther [12] [67]
Mystic Ark: Maboroshi Gekijou PlayStation March 18, 1999 Produce YesNPNP [24]
Bust a Groove 2 PlayStation April 15, 1999Metro GraphicsYesYesNP [12] [68]
Segare Ijiri PlayStation June 3, 1999Braindog / NemesysYesNPNP [69]
Pop'n Tanks! PlayStation July 29, 1999Symbio SystemsYesNPNP [12] [70]
Rakugaki Showtime PlayStation July 29, 1999 Treasure YesNPNP [12] [71]
Torneko: The Last Hope PlayStation September 15, 1999 Chunsoft YesYesNP [72]
Game Boy Advance December 20, 2001 Chunsoft YesNPNP [72]
Planet Laika PlayStation October 21, 1999 Quintet / ZequeYesNPNP [12] [73]
Valkyrie Profile PlayStation December 22, 1999 tri-Ace YesYesNP [51] [74]
Kaikan Phrase: Datenshi Kourin PlayStation February 24, 2000 Produce YesNPNP [75]
Utautau: Seirei Songs PlayStation February 24, 2000OpusYesNPNP [76]
Ten Made Jack: Odorokimamenoki Dai Tou Bou!! PlayStation March 23, 2000ExraysYesNPNP [77]
Omiai Commando: Bakappuru Nitsukkomiwo PlayStation March 30, 2000 Magical Company YesNPNP [78]
Ø Story PlayStation 2 April 27, 2000 General Entertainment YesNPNP [79]
Suzuki Bakuhatsu PlayStation July 6, 2000SOLYesNPNP [80]
Dragon Quest VII PlayStation August 26, 2000 Heartbeat / ArtePiazza YesYesNP [81] [82] [83]
Blade Arts: Tasogare no Miyako R'lyeh PlayStation September 28, 2000EaYesNPNP [84]
Dance Summit 2001: Bust A Move PlayStation 2 November 2, 2000Metro GraphicsYesNPNP [12] [68]
Doki Doki Densetsu: Mahoujin Guruguru Game Boy Color November 17, 2000Tam TamYesNPNP [85]
Command Master Game Boy Color November 22, 2000Brain DockYesNPNP [86]
Orega Kantoku Da! Gekitou Pennant Race PlayStation 2 November 22, 2000 Tamsoft YesNPNP [87]
Dragon Warrior Monsters 2: Cobi's Journey Game Boy Color March 15, 2001 Tose YesYesNP [63] [16]
Super Galdelic Hour PlayStation 2 March 29, 2001ExraysYesNPNP [88]
Dragon Warrior Monsters 2: Tara's Adventure Game Boy Color April 12, 2001 Tose YesYesNP [63] [16]
Endonesia PlayStation 2 May 31, 2001 Vanpool YesNPNP [89]
Star Ocean: Blue Sphere Game Boy Color June 28, 2001 tri-Ace YesNPNP [51]
Cross Gate Microsoft Windows July 23, 2001DwangoYesNPNP [90]
Minna de Quest: Nijiiro no Yoru E-mail July 23, 2001LindwurmYesNPNP [91]
The Fear PlayStation 2 July 26, 2001 Digital Frontier YesNPNP [92]
Depth Fantasia Microsoft Windows December 6, 2001HeadlockYesNPNP [93]
Snap Kid's Game Boy Advance January 17, 2002GameKidsYesNPNP [94]
Dragon Quest Monsters i Mobile phones January 28, 2002 Tose YesNPNP [63] [95]
Grandia Xtreme PlayStation 2 January 31, 2002 Game Arts YesYesNP [96] [97]
Grandia II PlayStation 2 February 21, 2002 Game Arts / Rocket StudioYesOtherOther [98] [99] [100]
Chase Chase Microsoft Windows February 28, 2002Hi Corporation / Org CorporationYesNPNP [101]
Orega Kantoku Da! Volume 2 PlayStation 2 March 7, 2002 Tamsoft YesNPNP [102]
Dramatic Soccer Game: Nippon Daihyou Senshu Ninarou! PlayStation 2 May 23, 2002 Cavia YesNPNP [103]
Dragon Quest Monsters 1+2 PlayStation May 30, 2002 Tose YesNPNP [63] [104]
Zoku Segare Ijiri PlayStation 2 June 27, 2002NemesysYesNPNP [105]
Dragon Quest Characters: Torneko no Daibōken 3 PlayStation 2 October 31, 2002 Chunsoft / Matrix Software YesNPNP [72] [106]
Samurai Evolution: Oukoku Geist Game Boy Advance September 20, 2002TeaSetYesNPNP [16] [107]
Robot Alchemic Drive PlayStation 2 August 29, 2002 Sandlot YesYesNP [108] [109]
Itadaki Street 3 PlayStation 2 December 22, 2002 Tamsoft / Crea-Tech YesNPNP [110]
Star Ocean: Till the End of Time PlayStation 2 February 27, 2003 tri-Ace YesSEOther [51] [111] [112]
Dragon Quest Monsters: Caravan Heart Game Boy Advance March 29, 2003 Tose YesNPNP [113] [114]

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