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E3 2013: Square Enix Game List Confirms Next-Gen Final Fantasy
Two days folks...just two days. Square Enix has let their list of games fly off the hook with Final Fantasy being the main focus of their line-up. They also have the newly announced Eidos Montreal tablet title, Deus Ex: The Fall and their other recently announced Murdered: Soul Suspect to flesh out the rest of the list.
Whether people like them or not, the Final Fantasy XIII saga seems to be Square's forced bread and butter of the company...for better or for worse. The latest game will be the Return of Lightning, which is a semi-open world conclusion of the XIII saga that started back in 2010.
Lightning Returns isn't the only Final Fantasy showing from Square...the company also has a lot riding on Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, which is garnering some steam within the gaming community after the company did a complete overhaul of the entire thing. That's some crazy stuff right there.
What's more is that a next-gen version of Final Fantasy will also be unveiled powered by the Luminous Engine. Many suspect that the new game will be Final Fantasy: Agni's Philosophy, but I guess we'll have to wait until E3 to find out.You can check out their complete list of games that they're showing off for E3 below:
Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn
[Next-gen] Final Fantasy
Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster
Deus Ex: The Fall
Deus Ex Human Revolution Director's Cut
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix
Murdered: Soul Suspect
Too bad there's no more DLC for Sleeping Dogs. Would have been cool to have seen something new for that game and I must say, a lot of that DLC was actually worth the price of admission...especially the pre-order bonus DLC containing Square Enix/Eidos themed character costumes and weapons. That Sarif Industries augmentation suit was badass.
Just as a side note. I have to say that Square's list is the most impressive E3 list so far. Tons of games an actual reference to a next-gen title and a nice variety of titles across every gaming platform out there. Very nice.
Anyway, you can learn more about Square Enix and their line-up by visiting their official website.
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