During its live E3 event earlier today, SQUARE ENIX showcased new reveals and information for various games in the FINAL FANTASY series.
Square Enix really brought the heat this year with some exciting reveals, with a mixture of older content thrown in to flesh things out. Like most conferences this year, I’d say it was a solid show, with higher high points than other companies so far.
Bethesda typically hosts a very casual and down-to-earth conference, with updates to existing titles and a few genuine surprises once in a while. With the next generation looming over our heads, things were not very different this year.
It’s Ubisoft’s time to shine, so what new information does the mega publisher have to offer fans this year? A new Assassin’s Creed, Watch Dogs, or more footage of Beyond Good And Evil 2? Or something entirely new?
SQUARE ENIX brought FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE to the forefront of the company’s E3 2019 Live Event, showcasing in-depth gameplay and a line-up of special editions ahead of the title’s hands-on debut for consumers at E3 this week.
At the FINAL FANTASY VII: A Symphonic Reunion orchestra concert in Los Angeles, SQUARE ENIX unveiled that the highly anticipated FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE will debut first on the PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system on March 3rd, 2020.
Microsoft took to the stage to reveal new information about the latest additions to the Xbox library. This year’s E3 Media Briefing saw announcements and updates of 60 games, 14 of those the products of Microsoft’s new studios and partnerships, and 34 games confirmed for Game Pass.
Mark your calendars — Cyberpunk 2077, the open-world, action-adventure story from CD PROJEKT RED, is coming to Xbox One, PS4 and PC April 16th, 2020.
If you consider yourself a Pokémon fan, Pokémon Sword & Pokémon Shield are leaving the impression of must-have titles in your Nintendo Switch library.
Netflix is joining forces with Joe and Anthony Russo, Wizards of The Coast, and Hasbro’s Allspark Animation to bring the worldwide phenomenon of Magic: The Gathering to the screen for the first time in the iconic franchise’s 25-year history with an animated series Magic: The Gathering.