One of the great Japanese publishers of today such as Square Enix has announced its lineup of games for this next Tokyo Game Show, and there will be some of its biggest names for the future. Two of them are Forspoken, which we recently saw at the PlayStation Showcase last Thursday, and Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin, the enigmatic title of Team Ninja, and which we will see in the event that will be held from the 30th of this month of September.
Square Enix is arming itself in the face of the TGS
Square Enix will hold its presentation specifically on October 1, in which titles such as Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier, Project Triangle Strategy, Final Fantasy XIV and even a title that will like more in the West as it is Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. However, the two mentioned titles will have their own individual section in the context of the Japanese event.
Specifically, Forspoken -formerly known as Project Athia- can be seen again on the same day October 1, and will have a special stream in which we will surely see something more of this promising game. Meanwhile, we can get a glimpse of something more of what Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin is on the 2nd of the same month. This is an action game by Team Ninja (Ninja Gaiden, Nioh), with a clear inspiration in the work of From Software, but that nevertheless left many doubts in its presentation in the past E3 2021.
But another game that will have great prominence is Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier, the battle royale for mobiles that aims above all to achieve great success in the country of the Rising Sun. On October 3, it will be possible to see even more in depth, in a joint presentation with Ever Crisis, which is scheduled to arrive in this year 2021.