New reports have emerged suggesting veteran games maker Square Enix has fallen victim to a second cyber attack.

News of the attack was broken by industry site Develop Wednesday. The latest hack reportedly targeted servers containing the personal details of North American and Japanese Square Enix free members.

Develop went on to report Square Enix had confirmed "[there is] no possibility" customers credit card information was compromised in the new attack.

"We have reason to believe that unknown parties may have gained unauthorized access to a particular Square Enix server related to the free Square Enix members service offered in North America and Japan," Develop reported Square Enix as saying in a statement.

Continuing: "In response, Square Enix, Inc. has temporarily suspended operation of the Square Enix members service starting at 10pm (PST) on December 12th, 2011. We are assessing the full extent of this potential breach to determine what data, if any, was compromised and will provide more details as soon as possible.

"While some personal information may have been accessed, we can confirm that there is no possibility of any credit card information leak from this incident, since the server in question stores no credit card information."

If true the hack would be the second to hit Square Enix this year. The Final Fantasy maker was originally targeted by hackers back in May. Like the subsequent attacks on Nintendo, Epic and Codemasters the opening cyber assault targeted Square Enix's website.

In a statement released after the attack Square Enix confirmed that the hackers had successfully stolen as many as 25,000 customer's email addresses, as well as 350 c.v.'s of individuals applying for work at the company's Canadian office.

Develop's report did not clarify what information was taken in the latest attack and at the time this article was written Square Enix had not responded to the International Business Times UK's requests for comment.