Square Enix, a 45-year-old game development company since its founding in 1975, was initially named Enix, which was run by Mr. Yoichiwata, Square’s senior executive officer.
The president also, as you know, Phi Liam, has a lot of quality video games in the network, which each franchise or famous series that is accepted by gamers all over the world, whether Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest, or Kingdom Hearts, etc.
If you are a fan of gaming, Square Enix has recently traveled to register a trademark called Live A Live in Europe and Australia.
Live A Live is another legendary video game from Square Enix on Super Famicom, which was released in 1994 in Japan. Producer Takashi Tokita, who had previously released works like Chrono Trigger, has to say that people who know this game must be fairly old and are fans of Square Enix to a certain extent because of the Live A Live game.
It is a game that can be said to be in Japan only, never splitting out of the country even once, which some people may have seen the English version. In the original version, there is no English; only the Japanese are supported.
Although Live A Live is a game that has been released since the Super Famicom era, Square Enix has brought the game back to the development of new players such as the Wii U as a Virtual Console in June 2015, followed by 3DS as a Virtual Console in November 2016.
So fans of these games that are familiar with this name must be of a certain age. And with the new trademark registration being unsure whether this will bring the old version of the game to be open for sale internationally. Maybe this is new game development, and it is still uncertain because Square Enix has not yet confirmed that the newly registered Live A Live is exactly what.