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Enix America first casualty of Square-Enix merger

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Enix America operations were halted and shut down yesterday as a result of the pending Square-Enix merger this April. Square will assume all Enix publishing duties in North America for the time being.

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Why does it suck?
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Because it just does, gosh darnit!
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Well, I'm sure the employees of Enix America think it sucks.
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yeah, what Shar said.

Why doesn't it suck? What's the upside to this? I certainly don't see one.
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Well, it's the expected (natural) result of the merger. If Square's just publishing Enix's titles for like 2 months, does it make a big deal? I say no. That said, it means Xenosaga will be published by Square. How's that for irony!
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Oh, it turns out Enix America wasn't publishing Xenosaga.. thought I read that somewhere. Maybe not. I guess it won't affect any major titles then? Since Star Ocean III or anything won't be here for awhile - not until after the merger anyway.
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I thought Namco was publishing Xenosaga.

Maybe you thought so because Star Ocean, Suikoden, Tales of [enter here], Xenosaga, etc. are all lumped together in that niche-game fanboy category.
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Are RPGs even niche any more? Judging by all the dumbfucks around I would assume the opposite :P
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Touch?.

I guess we lost our grip on 3ll3tness...
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Ya can't lose something you never had in the first place :D
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