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EngadgetSquare Enix has stopped working on 'Go' mobile games - EngadgetEngadgetIn many ways, Square Enix' Go titles were textbook examples of how to make good mobile games: for a little cash up front, you'd receive a truly mobile-friendly...Square Enix Montreal no longer working on the Go seriesPocket Gamer.Bizall 19 news articles »
 
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