Squenix Gets Ready to Party

Square Enix Party 2007Prepare to get your groove on Square Enix fans, as the acclaimed game publisher has today announced plans for the Square Enix Party 2007, a two-day public event set to kick off on May 12-13th in Japan. Attendance to the party will be free and attendees of the show will get first looks at many of Square Enix’s anticipated upcoming game releases, mobile content, manga, music and other products. Full lineup details for the party are still to come, but here are the titles thus far confirmed to be showcased:

Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker (DS; playable)
Final Fantasy XII Revenant Wings (DS; playable)
It’s a Wonderful World (DS; playable)
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates (DS; playable)
Itadaki Street DS: Dragon Quest & Super Mario (DS; playable)
Final Fantasy Tactics: Shishi Sensou (PSP; playable)
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII (PSP; playable)
Dragon Quest Swords: The Masked Queen and the Tower of Mirrors (Wii; playable)
Final Fantasy XI (Xbox 360, PS2, PC; playable)
Final Fantasy Anniversary Edition (PSP; video only)
Final Fantasy II Anniversary Edition (PSP; video only)
Dragon Quest Monster Battle Road (Arcade; video only)
Final Fantasy VII Advent Children Complete (Blu-ray; video only)

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