List of Square Enix video game franchises

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Square Enix is a Japanese video game development and publishing company formed from the merger of video game publisher Enix absorbing developer Square on April 1, 2003.[1] The company is best known for its role-playing video game franchises, which include the Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest, and Kingdom Hearts series. Since its inception, the company has developed or published hundreds of titles in various video game franchises on numerous gaming systems. Of its properties, the Final Fantasy franchise is the best-selling, with a total worldwide sales of over 130 million units.[2] The Dragon Quest series has shipped over 71 million units worldwide[2] and is one of the most popular video game series in Japan,[3] while the Kingdom Hearts series has shipped over 24 million copies worldwide.[2]

Square Enix has owned Taito, which continues to publish its own video games, since September 2005,[4] and acquired game publisher Eidos Interactive in April 2009, which was merged with Square Enix's European publishing wing and renamed as Square Enix Europe.[5] This list includes franchises in which Square Enix, or its original components Enix and Square, or its subsidiaries, were the primary developer or publisher, even if the series was begun prior to the subsidiary's acquisition. Franchises are defined as any set of interconnected media consisting of more than one release, and video game franchises are defined as franchises which were initially created as a video game or series of video games.

For a list of all individual games developed or published by Square Enix, see the list of Square Enix video games and mobile games. For games released before the merger, see the Square and Enix video games. For games released by Taito, both before and after the acquisition, see the list of Taito games, and for games published by Eidos prior to acquisition see the List of Eidos Interactive games.

Video game franchises

Key
  Franchise primarily developed by Square, Enix, or Square Enix
dagger Franchise primarily developed by a subsidiary of Square, Enix, or Square Enix
 *  Franchise primarily published but not developed by Square, Enix, Square Enix, or their subsidiaries
Franchise Primary genre First released Total video game sales[Note 1] Latest release
Final Fantasy Role-playing 1987, Final Fantasy[2] 130 million[6] 2017, Monster of the Deep: Final Fantasy XV
Dragon Quest* Role-playing 1986, Dragon Quest[2] 71 million[6] 2017, Dragon Quest XI
Tomb Raiderdagger Action-adventure 1996, Tomb Raider[2] 63 million[7] 2016, Rise of the Tomb Raider
Kingdom Hearts[8] Action role-playing 2002, Kingdom Hearts[2] 24 million[6] 2017, Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue[9]
Gexdagger Platformer 1994, Gex[10] 15 million[11] 1999, Gex 3: Deep Cover Gecko[12]
SaGa Role-playing 1989, The Final Fantasy Legend[2] 9.9 million[2] 2016, SaGa: Scarlet Grace[13]
Just Cause* Sandbox, third-person shooter, action-adventure 2006, Just Cause[12] 7 million[Note 2] 2015, Just Cause 3[16]
Bubble Bobbledagger Platformer, puzzle 1983, Chack'n Pop 6 million[Note 3] 2017, Bust-A-Move Journey[21]
Mana Role-playing 1991, Final Fantasy Adventure[2] 6 million[2] 2016, Adventures of Mana[13]
Conflictdagger Tactical shooter 2002, Conflict: Desert Storm[22] 6 million[23] 2008, Conflict: Denied Ops[12]
Chrono Role-playing 1995, Chrono Trigger[2] 5.4 million[2] 1999, Chrono Cross[24]
Championship Manager* Sports, simulation 1992, Championship Manager[25] 5 million (as of 2007)[14] 2016, Championship Manager 17[26]
Deus Exdagger Real-time tactics, first-person shooter 2000, Deus Ex[12] 4.88 million[Note 4] 2016, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided[30]
Star Ocean* Role-playing 1996, Star Ocean[24] 3.670 million[Note 5] 2016, Star Ocean: Anamnesis[13]
Legacy of Kaindagger Action-adventure 1996, Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain[10] 3.5 million[14] 2003, Legacy of Kain: Defiance[12]
Parasite Eve Role-playing, third-person shooter 1998, Parasite Eve[24] 3.279 million[Note 6] 2010, The 3rd Birthday[36]
Front Missiondagger Tactical role-playing 1995, Front Mission[37] 3.13 million[Note 7] 2010, Front Mission Evolved[36]
Life is Strange* Episodic graphic adventure 2015, Life is Strange 3 million[Note 8] 2017, Life is Strange: Before the Storm
Drakengard* Action role-playing 2003, Drakengard[41] 2.775 million[Note 9] 2017, Nier: Automata
Thiefdagger Stealth, action-adventure 1998, Thief: The Dark Project[12] 2.675 million[Note 10] 2014, Thief[9]
Valkyrie Profile* Role-playing 1999, Valkyrie Profile[24] 2.537 million[Note 11] 2016, Valkyrie Anatomia: The Origin[13]
Space Invadersdagger Arcade 1978, Space Invaders[2] 2.453 million (as of 2009)[Note 12] 2017, Groove Coaster 3EX: Dream Party
ActRaiser* Side-scroller, platformer, action role-playing 1990, ActRaiser[59] 1.945 million[Note 13] 1995, Terranigma[37]
Densha de Go!dagger Train simulator 1996, Densha de Go![65] 1.673 million[Note 14] 2010, Densha de Go! Special Version – Revived![36]
Fortune Street Party game, board game 1991, Itadaki Street: Watashi no Omise ni Yottette[2] 1.546 million[Note 15] 2012, Fortune Street Smart[75]
Xenogears[Note 16] Role-playing 1998, Xenogears[2] 1.19 million[35] 1998, Xenogears[2]
Bravely Role-playing 2012, Bravely Default[2] 1.154 million[Note 17] 2015, Bravely Second: End Layer[16]
Chaos Rings* Role-playing 2010, Chaos Rings[2] 1.1 million[78] 2014, Chaos Rings III[9]
Shellshock* Shooter 1995, Shellshock 1.05 million[Note 18] 2009, Shellshock 2: Blood Trails[12]
Tobal* Fighting 1996, Tobal No. 1[24] 0.975 million[Note 19] 1997, Tobal 2[24]
Ogredagger Tactical role-playing, real-time strategy 1993, Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen[82] 0.753 million[Note 20] 2010, Tactics Ogre: Wheel of Fate[18]
Musashi Role-playing 1990, Adventures of Musashi 0.739 million[Note 21] 2005, Musashi: Samurai Legend[83]
Bushido Blade* Fighting 1997, Bushido Blade[24] 0.61 million[Note 22] 1998, Bushido Blade 2[24]
All Star Pro-Wrestling Wrestling 2000, All Star Pro-Wrestling[24] 0.367 million[Note 23] 2003, All Star Pro-Wrestling III[41]
Hanjuku Hero Real-time strategy 1988, Hanjuku Hero[59] 0.342 million[Note 24] 2005, Hanjuku Hero 4: 7-Jin no Hanjuku Hero[83]
Lufia* Role-playing 1993, Lufia & the Fortress of Doom[84] Unknown[Note 25] 2010, Lufia: Curse of the Sinistrals[36]
Dariusdagger Action 1986, Darius[85] Unknown 2015, Dariusburst Chronicle Saviours[16]
Battle Geardagger Racing 1996, Side by Side[86] Unknown 2006, Battle Gear 4 Tuned Professional Version[87]
Arkanoiddagger Breakout clone 1986, Arkanoid[88] Unknown 2017, Arkanoid vs. Space Invaders
Speed Racedagger Racing 1974, Speed Race[89] Unknown 1985, Super Speed Race Jr.[90]
Psychic Forcedagger Fighting 1995, Psychic Force Unknown 2005, Psychic Force Complete
7th Saga* Action role-playing, puzzle 1993, The 7th Saga Unknown 1999, Mystic Ark: Maboroshi Gekijo
Birdie Kingdagger Sports 1982, Birdie King[91] Unknown 1984, Birdie King 3[92]
Thunderhawkdagger Combat flight simulator 1992, Thunderhawk Unknown 2001, Thunderhawk: Operation Phoenix
Eclipsedagger Space flight simulator 1994, Total Eclipse Unknown 1996, Titan Wars
Battlestationsdagger Action, real-time tactics 2007, Battlestations: Midway[12] Unknown 2009, Battlestations: Pacific[12]
E.V.O.: Search for Eden* Role-playing, side-scroller 1990, E.V.O.: The Theory of Evolution Unknown 1992, E.V.O.: Search for Eden
Fear Effect* Action-adventure 2000, Fear Effect[12] Unknown 2001, Fear Effect 2: Retro Helix[12]
Fighting Forcedagger Fighting, beat 'em up 1997, Fighting Force[12] Unknown 1999, Fighting Force 2[12]
Heimdall* Action role-playing 1991, Heimdall Unknown 1994, Heimdall 2: Into the Hall of Worlds
Pandemoniumdagger Platformer 1996, Pandemonium! Unknown 1997, Pandemonium 2
Urban Chaos* Action-adventure, first-person shooter 1998, Urban Chaos[12] Unknown 2006, Urban Chaos: Riot Response[12]
Wonder Project* Life simulation 1994, Wonder Project J Unknown 1996, Wonder Project J2

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Sales numbers are based on the most recent available sourced numbers; actual total sales numbers may be higher due to more recent sales, especially for ongoing series. Sales numbers may also not include sales for specific games, especially lower-selling or older games, or may not include sales in all regions. Non-video game sales are not included in the totals. Sales numbers are based on data released on a date later than the latest major release in the series (generally the current year or several years after the last series release) unless otherwise specified.
  2. ^ Just Cause series:
  3. ^ Bubble Bobble series
    • 6 million as of 2015
  4. ^ Deus Ex series:
  5. ^ Star Ocean series:
  6. ^ Parasite Eve series:
  7. ^ Front Mission series
  8. ^ Life is Strange series
  9. ^ Drakengard series:
  10. ^ Thief series
  11. ^ Valkyrie Profile series:
  12. ^ Space Invaders series:
  13. ^ ActRaiser series:
  14. ^ Densha de Go! series
    • 1.673 million as of 2010
      • Densha de Go! – 0.949 million[66]
      • Densha de Go! 2 – 0.367 million[67]
      • Densha de Go! Professional – 0.098 million[68]
      • Densha de Go! Nagoya Railroad – 0.053 million[68]
      • Densha de Go! 3 Tsūkin-hen – 0.068 million[69]
      • Densha de Go! Shinkansen Sanyō Shinkansen-hen – 0.041 million[69]
      • Densha de Go! Professional 2 – 0.042 million[42]
      • Densha de Go! Final – 0.041 million[70]
      • Densha de Go! Special Version—Revived! – 0.014 million[71]
  15. ^ Fortune Street series:
  16. ^ While there are no other games in the Xenogears series beyond the original, there have been five thematically-connected games created as spiritual successors to the game by other companies. While as a whole the set of games is often considered the Xeno series, the other games are not officially a part of the Square Enix-owned Xenogears franchise.
  17. ^ Bravely series:
  18. ^ Shellshock series
  19. ^ Tobal series:
  20. ^ Ogre series:
  21. ^ Musashi series:
  22. ^ Bushido Blade series:
  23. ^ All Star Pro-Wrestling series:
  24. ^ Hanjuku Hero series:
    • 0.342 million as of 2005
      • Hanjuku Hero Tai 3D – 0.169 million[42]
      • Egg Monster Hero – 0.092 million[44]
      • Hanjuku Hero 4: 7-Jin no Hanjuku Hero – 0.081 million[44]
  25. ^ Lufia series:

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