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New game trailer round-up: Square Enix E3 2018

New game trailer round-up: Square Enix E3 2018

Square Enix's E3 2018 showcase has wrapped and the results are pretty disappointing. The entire showcase only lasted for about 30 minutes, and it mostly featured stuff that we were already expecting (such as Shadow of the Tomb Raider and Kingdom Hearts 3). Still, there were a couple of surprises, so if you missed the showcase, here are all of the big announcements from it.

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Kingdom Hearts 3 release date set for January 2019

Kingdom Hearts 3 release date set for January 2019

Square Enix won't be hosting its E3 2018 press conference until tomorrow, but it's getting the announcements going a little early. In the wee hours of the morning, the company made an announcement many Kingdom Hearts fans have been waiting a long time for. Yes, the company finally announced when we can expect Kingdom Hearts 3 to release, and it'll be here early next year.

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E3 2018 press conference schedule and what to expect

E3 2018 press conference schedule and what to expect

One of the largest gaming trade shows of the year is nearly upon us. Though E3 2018 doesn't officially kick off until Tuesday, June 12, most major publishers will host press conferences packed with their biggest announcements ahead of time. Electronic Arts is leading the charge this year, unofficially kicking off E3 tomorrow, June 9. EA's show begins four days of announcements from big game publishers, and with so much happening in such a small amount of time, it can be hard to keep everything straight.

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Just Cause 4 leaks ahead of E3

Just Cause 4 leaks ahead of E3

The Just Cause series has proven to be a successful one for Avalanche Studios, and considering that it's been nearly three years since Just Cause 3 launched, it's time to start thinking about what's next for the franchise. Square Enix is expected to reveal Just Cause 4 during its E3 press conference, and a slip-up from Valve seems to confirm those plans. For a brief period of time last night, an advertisement for Just Cause 4 was featured on Steam's home page, suggesting that a reveal is indeed on the way.

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Kingdom Hearts 3 trailer shows off old school mini games

Kingdom Hearts 3 trailer shows off old school mini games

It's been a little bit since we last heard from Kingdom Hearts 3, but over the weekend, Square Enix debuted a new trailer for the game. You should temper your expectations going in, however, because this trailer doesn't show off much gameplay or give away any real plot details. Instead, this new trailer is almost entirely centered around mini games you'll be able to play during your adventure.

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Final Fantasy 15 gets four more story DLCs in 2019

Final Fantasy 15 gets four more story DLCs in 2019

Final Fantasy XV has already seen plenty of post-launch DLC content, including a number story episodes and even a multiplayer mode. While this is much more than the average single-player RPG sees, developer Square Enix has revealed that it has plans to continue supporting the game well into 2019, with new content later this year, and four additional story-focused episodes next year.

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Square Enix is fixing Chrono Trigger’s awful PC port

Square Enix is fixing Chrono Trigger’s awful PC port

Back in February, Square Enix made a bunch of JRPG fan very happy by finally bringing Chrono Trigger to Steam. That excitement was quickly quashed by the realization that the PC version was actually a port of Chrono Trigger's mobile release. While the mobile version of Chrono Trigger worked well enough on phones, it didn't translate all that well to PC, and fans of the game were quick to lodge their displeasure.

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Final Fantasy 14 teases Pokemon Go-themed April Fools’ joke

Final Fantasy 14 teases Pokemon Go-themed April Fools’ joke

Internet pranks are to be expected today, as it is April 1st, but Final Fantasy XIV players are getting a special tease of their own. Developer Square Enix has "announced" that the online RPG is getting its own mobile companion app, complete with an AR experience that mimic none other than Pokemon Go. Dubbed Final Fantasy XIV Online GO, the "game" allows players to go out into the real world to collect resources.

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Shadow of the Tomb Raider release date announced

Shadow of the Tomb Raider release date announced

There have plenty of rumors suggesting that Square Enix was prepping a new Tomb Raider title for release this year, and now the company has confirmed them. Today, Square Enix revealed Shadow of the Tomb Raider, which will be the third entry in the reboot series that began with 2013's Tomb Raider. While we don't usually get release dates right when games are first revealed, Square Enix broke with that tradition in this instance, telling us precisely when this new game will arrive.

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Chrono Trigger is now on Steam, but fans aren’t happy

Chrono Trigger is now on Steam, but fans aren’t happy

The Super Nintendo gave us a lot of truly amazing games. Super Mario World, Final Fantasy VI, and Super Metroid all immediately come to mind, but there are quite a few players who rank Chrono Trigger above all of them. I happen to be one of those players, so imagine my surprise and elation to see that Chrono Trigger is now available on Steam.

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Final Fantasy 15 Windows Edition gets a weird Half-Life crossover

Final Fantasy 15 Windows Edition gets a weird Half-Life crossover

Square Enix is no stranger to offering bonus content for its games, and that focus has definitely held true for Final Fantasy 15. Though the PC release of Final Fantasty XV already has pre-order bonuses primed and ready to go, Square Enix has just announced a new one for early adopters who pick up the game around launch. Get ready, because this one is a little bit strange.

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Secret of Mana Remake launches at last, PS4 discs too

Secret of Mana Remake launches at last, PS4 discs too

Retro might have been the in thing for the recent years, but remakes have been going on for who knows when. Some are just not satisfied with recreating the look and feel of a beloved product and want to see it revived for present-day tastes. Such is the path that the new-old Secret of Mana that not only jumps from the flat planes of 2D into 3D but also gives the same beloved characters a voice. Literally.

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