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Square Enix Announces E3 2005 Line-Up
04.26.05 - 2:18 AM

Square Enix has announced its line-up for next month's Electronic Entertainment Expo E3 in Los Angeles. While the company thereby has officially confirmed the releases of Radiata Stories, Front Mission Online and Romancing SaGa: Minstrel Song in the US, all major titles like Final Fantasy XII and Kingdom Hearts II are still listed as "tba". At the show's 2005 edition as well as a special preview event on May 16th, the company will exhibit the following titles:

Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII, PlayStation 2, tba
Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King, PlayStation 2, tba
Final Fantasy XII, PlayStation 2, tba
Fullmetal Alchemist 2: Curse of the Crimson Elixir, PlayStation 2, July 2005
Kingdom Hearts II, PlayStation 2, tba
Radiata Stories, PlayStation 2, fall 2005
Romancing SaGa: Minstrel Song, PlayStation 2, tba
Final Fantasy XI, PlayStation 2/PC, avaialable
Front Mission Online, PlayStation 2/PC, tba
Before Crisis: Final Fantasy VII, cellphones, tba
Final Fantasy II, cellphones, tba
Final Fantasy VII Snowboarding, cellphones, available
Front Mission 2089, cellphones, tba
Hexcite Fusion, cellphones, tba
Musashi Mobile Samurai, cellphones, tba
Final Fantasy VII Advent Children, DVD and UMD movie, 2005

This year's edition of the Electronic Entertainment Expo will run from May 18th through May 20th.


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