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Square Enix formalises Euro 360 JRPG details

Press release after the link. All this information was announced this morning in Tokyo, but all this stuff's directly related to Europe. One interesting point there is that Star Ocean's not listed as an Xbox 360 exclusive - whereas Infinite Undicovery is - and no other platforms are mentioned.

Take a look.

Update: The issue of Star Ocean's platforms has been clarified on IGN. From the site:

Square Enix producer Yoshinori Yamagishi cleared things up during a roundtable interview session that followed the press conference. Asked if the game is 360-only, he said, "We cannot announce anything on that. We can say that it will be released first [on the Xbox 360]. Whether we'll release it on the PS3 is undecided. We may release it, we may not."

Thanks, Psychotext!


London (10th June 2008) – Square Enix Ltd., the publisher of Square Enix® interactive entertainment products in Europe and other PAL territories, today announces three new RPGs for the Microsoft Xbox 360™ system that will be released across all PAL territories beginning with INFINITE UNDISCOVERY™ on 5th September 2008 and followed by THE LAST REMNANT™ and STAR OCEAN®: THE LAST HOPE™. All three RPGs will be globally released in 2008-2009.

STAR OCEAN: THE LAST HOPE is the latest entry in the futuristic space opera RPG series STAR OCEAN. The game is scheduled for a global release in 2009.

THE LAST REMNANT is the first RPG in a new series brought to you by Square Enix’s next generation creators and scheduled for a global release this winter on the Xbox 360.

INFINITE UNDISCOVERY is a collaborative project with fan favourite development studio tri-Ace Inc. (STAR OCEAN and VALKYRIE PROFILE®). The game will be released worldwide in September with the North American version shipping from 2nd September, available across Europe and other PAL territories on 5th September and released in Japan on 11th September.

John Yamamoto, president and chief executive officer of Square Enix Ltd. and Square Enix, Inc. comments, “Square Enix is expanding on its commitment to deliver exciting gaming experiences to our fans all around the world. INFINITE UNDISCOVERY, THE LAST REMNANT and STAR OCEAN: THE LAST HOPE represent significant steps in bringing our titles to a global audience and to make each new release a global event.”

Product Outline

Official title - STAR OCEAN: THE LAST HOPE
Platform - Xbox 360
Genre - RPG
Release Date - Scheduled for 2009
Copyright Information - © SQUARE ENIX CO.,LTD. All Rights Reserved.
Developed by tri-Ace Inc.
Publisher - Square Enix Ltd.
Developer - tri-Ace Inc.

Platform - Xbox 360 Exclusive
Genre - RPG
Release Date - 5th September 2008
Xbox LIVE - Downloadable content planned
Number of Players - 1 (Offline)
Copyright Information - © 2008 SQUARE ENIX CO.,LTD.^Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Developed by tri-Ace Inc.
Publisher - Square Enix Ltd.
Developer - tri-Ace Inc.

Official title - THE LAST REMNANT
Platform - Xbox 360 / PLAYSTATION® 3
Genre - RPG
Release Date - ( Xbox 360 ) This winter / (PLAYSTATION® 3) TBA
Copyright Information - © SQUARE ENIX CO.,LTD. All Rights Reserved.
Unreal® Engine, Copyright 1998-2008, Epic Games, Inc. All rights reserved.
Publisher - Square Enix Ltd.
Developer - Square Enix Co., Ltd.

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