Square Enix Reveals Tokyo Game Show 2013 Lineup

Final Fantasy XV - Cast

Final Fantasy XV, Kingdom Hearts III, also confirmed for TGS.

Welp, it’s that time of year where we get to sit and weep at all the cool-looking games coming out in Japan that will probably never see the light of day overseas. The Tokyo Game Show, Japan’s equivalent to E3, is happening September 19 to the 22nd, and companies planning to attend are slowly giving us a peak of what’s in store for us this year.

Square Enix’s Tokyo Game Show website went live with their list of games, and it’s quite the mish-mash of playable games and trailers.

Square will also stream their stage shows on both SQEX TV and Nico Nico Douga. Check here for the show schedule and for the links (Nico Nico’s links are different for each day of the show).

Without further ado… the list!

Square Enix

  • Dragon Quest X Online (Wii, Wii U, PC) – Video
  • Call of Duty: Ghosts (PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U, PC) – Video
  • Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII (PS3, Xbox 360) – Playable, Video
  • Bravely Default: For the Sequel (3DS) – Video
  • Drakengard 3 (PS3) – Video
  • Final Fantasy X | X-2 HD Remaster (PS3, PSV) – Playable, Video
  • Thief (PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360, PC) – Video
  • Diablo III (PS3) – Video
  • Deadman’s Cross (iOS, Android) – Video
  • Dragon Quest: Monster Parade (PC) – Video
  • Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn (PS3, PC) – Playable, Video
  • Kingdom Hearts [x] Chi (PC Browser) – Video
  • Melpharia March (iOS) – Survey
  • Skylanders: Spyro’s Adventure (PS3, Wii U, Wii, 3DS)

Square Enix Partners

  • Wolfenstein: The New Order (PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360, PC) – Playable, Video
  • The Evil Within (PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360, PC) – Video
  • Gardening Mama: Mama to Mori no Nakamatachi (3DS) – Family Corner
  • Cooking Mama 5 (3DS) – Family Corner

Though they’re not listed, Square Enix confirmed earlier that Final Fantasy XV and Kingdom Hearts III will also be at the Show.

Personally, I’m interested in seeing Bravely Default: For the Sequel and The Evil Within… oh, and Final Fantasy XV and Kingdom Hearts III, of course. Kingdom Hearts [x] Chi sounds interesting, though I need to catch up on whatever news is out there (haven’t heard a heck of a lot about it since it was initially announced).

How ’bout you guys? What games are you most excited to see from Square Enix’s line-up? Hit me up on the Comments Section!

Source: Gematsu


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4 Responses to Square Enix Reveals Tokyo Game Show 2013 Lineup

  1. Stealth says:

    its bad

    • Mineeva says:

      Hiya buddy! Welcome to my hidey hole of the internet that is VSOG :P

      Is there anything in particular that you find bad (or is it the whole lineup)? And why do you think it’s bad?

      • Stealth says:

        bad is the wrong word. Depressing

        Lack of rpgs, social and casual, no dragon quest, ugh

  2. Tekyu says:

    I’m with you 100% on the stuff worth looking into. Evil Within being at the top of that list. I’m trying not to get invested in FF15, but I may not be able to help myself. Never heard of Bravely Default so some internet research is in store, but I’m slightly puzzled because I didn’t realize Squenix had taken on the Eastern publishing/localizing role for anyone outside of EA around the time of Parasite Eve and FF8, and here I’m seeing stuff from Bethesda and Activision.

    Stupid work and stuff. I’ve been away from the internet for too long.

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