SquareEnix (formally Squaresoft) from 1997-2004 when they refused to sell Nintendo Final Fantasy. Run by an evil president who favored evil corporations over stuggling companies who don't try to monopolize the electronics industry. When the evil president was forced to reign, Final Fantasy was returned to Nintendo in the form of Final Fantasy Tactics Advance, the most addicting game on the planet.
Isn't it ironic that Square modeled it's new company policy off of the Shinra in FFVII, the antithesis of good?
by Jonnadiah April 28, 2005
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