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Square Enix Announces TGS 2003 Line-Up
09.08.03 - 9:45 AM

Square Enix has announced its lineup for this month's Tokyo Game Show 2003 in Chiba's Makuhari Messe. The company will display the following titles, all of which have either already been released or announced in Japan.

Final Fantasy XI, PlayStation 2 and PC, available
Drag-on Dragoon (Drakengard), PlayStation 2, September 11th
Front Mission 1st, PlayStation One, October 23rd
Shinyaku Seiken Densetsu (Sword of Mana), GameBoy Advance, available
Kenshin Dragon Quest, September 19th
Cross Gate, PC, available

Whether Kingdom Hearts II or Final Fantasy XII will be on display on the show floor remains to be seen, as Square Enix plans to unveil a so far unnamed blockbuster title in Tokyo. During a speech given at last month's Games Convention in Germany, Disney consumer product president Andy Mooney had mentioned that Kingdom Hearts II would be officially announced at TGS.

This year's edition of the world's second largest game industry trade show will run from September 26th until 28th.


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