In a few days, the (virtual) doors of the Tokyo Game Show 2021 will open their doors, and will greedily drink fans of Japanese productions. It will therefore inevitably be necessary to count on the presence of Square Enix.
The king of the J-RPG publisher will play as usual at home, and has therefore just unveiled in detail the games that will punctuate these three days of remote but Tokyo festivities all the same. If you are undoubtedly many to hope to see the head of the hero of Final Fantasy XVI there, remember that despite the reluctant arguments of the producer Naoki Yoshida, this troublemaker of Hironobu Sakaguchi could well create the surprise during his appearance on stage.
A Square Enix Original?
While waiting to find out who will leave the big loser of this public game of liar poker, Here are the titles that will be officially presented by Square Enix from October 1 to 3. For your convenience, the broadcast times are those of our time zone. Ah, and good wake up, eh:
Friday October 1
- 12:00 – Special TGS 2021 “Square Enix Presents” presentation
- 14:00 – Live Square Enix Music
- 15:00 – Forspoken “TGS special“
Saturday October 2
- 06:00 – Livestream Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy
- 06:30 – Livestream Final Fantasy Brave Exvius
- 06:45 – Special livestream dedicated to the series Saga
- 14:00 – Livetrseam Strange of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin
- 15:00 – Square Enix jazz “live painting“
Sunday October 3
- 05:00 – Livestream “Final Fantasy Card Game”
- 06:00 – Livestream Chocobo GP
- 06:15 – Livestream Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars
- 06:30 – Livestream Final Fantasy VII The First Soldier
On paper, the first game from Luminous Productions Forspoken and the very chaotic Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin will therefore occupy the top of the bill., unless a last minute surprise comes to change the plans. Players of good taste will be sure to follow the special show dedicated to the venerable Nobuo Uematsu, who will keep us updated from his peaceful mountain retreat.
THEhe Tokyo Game Show is held from September 30 to October 3, remotely as it should be.