This article is from the Final-Fantasy and other Square Soft Games FAQ, by email@example.com (Nick Zitzmann) with numerous contributions by others.
Square Co. Ltd's Official Home Page:
Square Co. Ltd (in Japan) has their own official home page now present
on the World Wide Web. Too bad it's all encoded in JIS, so unless your
browser can decode Japanese characters, it's illegible. If not, and if
you can read Japanese, you might find something useful there, no one
RPGamer, or formerly known as "Square Net":
Contains lots of information on everything about Square Soft - the
games, the company, the fans. Definitely worth a look. It has less
multimedia than the official Square Soft page, but has more
The Arris Dome:
This site is Chrono Trigger and Chrono Cross player's heaven: Lots of
useful and interesting information about the Chrono games, the
characters, the plot, etc. If you've played either of the Chrono games
before, you owe it to yourself to come here.
The Final Fantasy Compendium:
This fan site serves as a general dictionary to everything Final
Fantasy. It's worth a look for Final Fantasy newbies and veterans alike.
The Official Square Soft Home Page:
Contains information about many of Square's games from Tobal #1 through
Contains information about many of Square's games from Final Fantasy IX
to present games.
This site carries less general, more precise FAQs covering a wide
spectrum of games. If you have a question about any game that isn't
answered in this FAQ, you can probably find your answer here.
This is sort of a joke custom-tailored for Final Fantasy VII players.
Quick! Go visit it before Square finds out!
The Fridge is the home page of Soraya Saga (Kaori Tanaka). While at
Square, she was involved in the design of Final Fantasy V and VI, and is
probably most famous for designing the characters used in Xenogears.
(Site has English, Spanish, and Japanese text)
Procyon Studio, Home of Yasunori Mitsuda:
Yasunori Mitsuda has written the soundtracks to a number of games;
including Chrono Trigger, Chrono Cross, Xenogears, and Mario Party. He
has also produced some of the sound effects for Final Fantasy titles.
This link goes to his home page. (It's now available in English.)
This is the official home page of Yoshitaka Amano, the character
designer behind Final Fantasy I-VI and Final Fantasy IX. The site talks
about Amano's involvement with manga, Final Fantasy, and many of Amano's
Final Fantasy - The Spirits Within:
This is the official home page for the Final Fantasy movie that was
released in theaters in the summer of 2001.