Video game publisher has reported a move to profits for the entire 2011 fiscal year, with the best-selling title in its line-up being the Western developed Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
The game managed to move 2.18 million copies to gamers all over the world from the August launch date until September, and the company expected sales to be strong during the holiday period.
Final Fantasy XIII-2 was also a solid seller, despite being negatively received by the player base and reviewers.
Square Enix Digital Entertainment, the division handling video game sales on home consoles, has shown revenue of 71.9 million Yen, which is about 898.4 million dollars (699.5 million Euro, representing an increase of 2.1 percent over the 2010 fiscal year.
Yoichi Wada, the leader of Square Enix, has announced that the company will try and boost profits for the current year by increasing the quality of its online titles, which probably means more attention paid to Final Fantasy Online XIV.