OverviewA joint venture begun in 1998, Square Electronic Arts was 70% owned by Square Co., Ltd. and 30% owned by Electronic Arts, Inc.. Square EA's purpose was to localize, publish, and market Square's Japanese games for a North American audience. As part of the same agreement a counterpart company Electronic Arts Square was created in Japan.
When Square merged with Enix in 2003, they bought back EA's 30% of the company and folded the operation into Square Enix U.S.A., Inc..
|Final Fantasy X||(2001)|
|Final Fantasy Chronicles||(2001)|
|Driving Emotion Type-S||(2001)|
|Final Fantasy IX||(2000)|
|Parasite Eve II||(2000)|
|Threads of Fate||(2000)|
|Legend of Mana||(2000)|
|Front Mission 3||(2000)|
|SaGa Frontier 2||(2000)|
|Chocobo's Dungeon 2||(1999)|
|Final Fantasy Anthology||(1999)|
|Final Fantasy VIII||(1999)|
|Ehrgeiz: God Bless the Ring||(1999)|
|Brave Fencer Musashi||(1998)|
|Bushido Blade 2||(1998)|
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Related Web Sites
- Square Electronic Arts L.L.C. (official website)
Logo from 1998 to 2003