Square Enix’s E3 Lineup Looks a Little Something Like This

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So, what does Square Enix have up its sleeve for next week’s E3 extravaganza? Well, let’s take a look!

Square Enix will be rolling into the Los Angeles Convention Center on June 7th armed with eight confirmed games, including: Crystal Dynamics’ latest Tomb Raider reboot, Final Fantasy XIII-2, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Hitman: Absolution, Dead Island, Dungeon Siege III, Wakfu and Heroes of Ruin.

Noticeably absent from that list are Kingdom Hearts 3D, Final Fantasy Type-0​ (formerly Final Fantasy Agito XIII) and Final Fantasy Versus XIII, but hopefully Square Enix is holding back a few surprises.

“We’re thrilled to present a roster of games based on some of the industry’s most acclaimed franchises as well as introduce exciting new titles,” said Mike Fischer, president and chief executive officer of Square Enix, Inc. “We are incredibly fortunate to work with a global network of world-renowned studio and development partners committed to creating outstanding interactive experiences. Our goal is to entertain and engage a wide range of consumers with the best experience possible, whether they are gamers who grew up playing our games or people just learning about our vast portfolio of titles.”

Scroll on down the page for a sampling of new screenshots from Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Dungeon Siege III and Final Fantasy XIII-2. I also have a couple screens each from Tomb Raider and Hitman Absolution that you’re are definitely going to want to see, but unfortunately I can’t show them to you just yet. You’ll have to wait until next week for those!

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