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Square Enix to Show Off New FF Game in May
03.23.07 - 1:17 AM

In a full-paper ad featured in today's issue of Japan's leading daily Yomiuri Shimbun, Square Enix advertised the upcoming Square Enix Party 2007. At the event, scheduled for May 12th and 13th, the company plans to show its current line-up of titles to the Japanese public. The ad mentions the 20th anniversary of Final Fantasy's debut, and lists all Final Fantasy games currently in development, with two exceptions: the DS-based Final Fantasy Tactics A2 and a new "Final Fantasy game that nobody knows about." This mysterious title is set to debut at the Square Enix Party 2007. As for the other games, their status is listed as follows:

Final Fantasy, PlayStation Portable, April 14th
Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings, Nintendo DS, April 26th
Final Fantasy Tactics: Shishi Sensou, PlayStation Portable, May 10th
Final Fantasy II, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation Portable, June 7th
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, PlayStation Portable, coming soon
Final Fantasy XIII, PlayStation 3, work in progress
Final Fantasy Agito XIII, mobile phones, work in progress
Final Fantasy Versus XIII, PlayStation 3, work in progress
Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children - Complete, Blu-ray disc, work in progress
Final Fantasy Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers, Wii, coming soon
Final Fantasy Chronicles: Ring of Fates, Nintendo DS, coming soon
Before Crisis: Final Fantasy VII, i-mode, available
Final Fantasy XI, PlayStation 2/PC/Xbox 360, available

The Square Enix Party 2007 will take place on May 12th and 13th in halls 9, 10, and 11 of Chiba prefecture's Makuhari Messe convention center outside Tokyo. Be sure to keep watch at RPGFan for more coverage of this event.


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