Square Enix brought their showcase back to E3 for the first time in three years, with a half hour video of what they have in store for us over the next year or so.
Most of the titles have already been shown at other E3 briefings this year, but that doesn’t mean that there wasn’t the odd surprise.
Following a brief welcome from Squenix president and CEO Yosuke Matsuda, we dived straight into an extended look at Shadow of the Tomb Raider, right from the beginning. It drops on September 14.
Next up, the latest Final Fantasy XIV Online expansion patch, Under the Moonlight, which was unveiled last month…
Plus, staying in the world of FF, a collaboration is on its way involving Final Fantasy and Monster: Hunter World. Here’s a tease…
We got a little more insight into The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit, the free game from DontNod that’s set in the Life Is Strange universe. It will be available from June 26.
A hot one next, with a look at the westernised version of Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age, which is coming for PS4.
Sometimes a trailer tells a lot, sometimes it tells a little. Babylon’s Fall for PS4 and PC is definitely in the latter camp, but we look forward to finding out more about the 2019 release down the track. After all, it’s from PlatinumGames, the people behind the Bayonetta outings and NieR.
Speaking of NieR, there was a quick look at NieR Automata: Become as Gods edition for Xbox One.
All hail Rico! Yes, Just Cause 4 time again, after we first clapped eyes on it at the Xbox briefing.
Another “Trailers that make you go hmmm…” first look next, with The Quiet Man. At this stage we’re assuming it’s about a man who’s quiet, but we could be wrong…
Finally, another oen that we’ve seen at both the Xbox and PlayStation affairs, the Disney-meets-Final Fantasy exploits of Kingdom Hearts III. It’s the same trailer, but worth watching again for fans as this game looks really, really nice.
BAM! That’s it. Probably not the explosion of gobsmacking unannounced games that many were hoping for, but there’s still some very impressive content in there.