Square Enix Sets E3 Agenda: Final Fantasy, Thief & Deus Ex

Square Enix Sets E3 Agenda: Final Fantasy, Thief, Deus Ex & More(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Game developer Square Enix on Thursday unveiled its agenda via a press release for the upcoming E3 game festival, set to kick off in Los Angeles on June 11th.

There, the company will discuss a number of new titles.

And while admitting Final Fantasy would have a “dominant presence” as the event, we’re anticipating a discussion on other company releases such as THIEF, Murdered: Soul Suspect, Kingdom Hearts, Deus Ex and Mini Ninjas.

Below we highlight just some of the titles the game dev will focus on:

-Finaly Fantasy XIII Lightning Returns: You assume the role of Lightning with the mission to save souls. You’re only given thirteen days. Good luck. The game will become available for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 come February 11, 2014.

-Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn: It’s an MMO set to become available August 27th. In the title, you can venture into the realm of Eorzea while teaming up with friends. Availability includes the PS3 and Windows.

-THIEF: This is a take on a classic franchise in which users assume the role of Master Thief Garret whose aim is to steal Baron’s “most prized possession.” The game will be released for PS4 and Xbox One sometime next year.

-Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX: The latest edition in the popular Kingdom Hearts series is set to make its return on September 10th. The release is a compilation of two games including Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories and Kingdom Hearts Final Mix. Set to be released September 10th, availability is only for the PlayStation 3.

-Murdered: Soul Suspect: This is a title in which the murder victim has to solve his own demise; an interesting twist indeed. Availability is set for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Windows early next year.

-Deus Ex: Human Revolution: Director’s Cut: Made for the Nintendo Wii U (a console that could really use some good games), the latest in the Deus Ex series makes your every choice have a “lasting consequence.”

 

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