Here’s what you can expect to see (and not see) from Square Enix at this year’s E3.
Kingdom Hearts trailer, Kingdom Hearts 3D HD Remix announcement, Final Fantasy XIV expansion, Crisis Core coming to PSN, Western launch date for Bravely Second, Dragon Quest, and Dragon Quest Heroes, One New IP, one IP reboot and Deus Ex
I think they'll announce a Kingdom Hearts 1.5 & 2.5 remix collection for PS4.
DualWielding wow you covered everything i wanted to say kudos lol FF15 gameplay demo and a release date or a release window dues ex demo/maybe a gameplay trailer my thing is with almost all the big publishers hosting their own E3 conferences, is it a safe bet to assume as we move forward that sony and MS may only have their exclusive stuff at E3 also i believe we will hear something about FF7 remake or a spinoff
Kingdom Hearts III probably won't appear except as a small trailer. They already said the next big reveal would be at D23 expo. FFXV won't appear at all and the next big info blow out will be at gamescom where they start promoting the full game (which means the release isn't that far off now)
Im excited if they are promoting it in August at gamescon then the release cant be anything the 6 months away from that which means a march or feburary release hopefully
ff7 again on another console XD
Omg for the very least maybe a release date for ff15. Yea that's not happening, at least show a nice gameplay video of sora in some new Disney world , with some gameplay, plz I really want kh3 more than any game everrr!!! I mean unless they go ahead and announce hl3 but that's not happening
I know people are fed up of remakes but I would love Kingdom Hearts 1.5 and 2.5 remix for PS4 to make the wait for Kingdom Hearts 3 easier as the last time I played KH was on the PS2!
someone ask them what happen with parasite eve & vagrant story i want to play these epic games again so badly .
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