Square Enix’s financial report for the year ended March 31 has dropped, with the Japanese software giant confirming Tomb Raider, Thief and Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD all experienced 'favorable' sales.
The company didn’t divulge exact figures for the three games, though gamers may recall that the original version of Tomb Raider failed to meet Square’s expectations despite having shifted over three million copies in its first month on sale.
It did, however, finally turn a profit in early 2014.
In addition, Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn posted "favorite progress" following its launch on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4.
Square posted a net income of 6.5 billion yen ($65 million) in comparison to the 13,714 yen loss reported last year. The firm’s digital sector - of which FFXIV is a pat of - recorded net sales of 94,571 yen, marking an increase of 5.7 per cent from the previous financial year.
Operating income, meanwhile, clocked in at 10,709 yen compared to the 44 million yen posted in 2013.