Thanks to the success of titles such as Final Fantasy XIII-2 and Deux Ex: Human Revolution, Square Enix has turned a tidy ¥6.06 billion (AU$75 million) profit for the financial year ending March 31. This is a massive turnaround for the company that suffered a ¥12 billion (AU$150 million) loss the previous year.
Company president Yoichi Wada had this to say:
“In the fiscal year ended March 31, 2012, we continued our efforts aimed at increasing profitability, including establishing best practices for the content in said growth areas, improving quality of our major online game, and strengthening our global structure. We are accelerating the reformation to generate a substantial earnings improvement in the fiscal year ending March 31, 2013 and beyond.”