Only includes games we don't have release windows for.
2013: Final Fantasy Versus XIII (renamed to XV) (PS3 & PS4) *1
2014: Final Fantasy XVI (Itou's FF) (PS4 exclusive, holiday season release) *2 The Mad and the Monstrous/Bloodmasque (PS3/360/PS4/720 unreal 3 action RPG) *3 Murdered: Soul Suspect (PS3/360) *4 Bravely Default: Flying Fairy (US release) Dragon Quest VII 3DS (US release) Kingdom Hearts 2.5 Final Fantasy Type-0 (might be a 2015 US Vita release, I'm really just guessing here)
2015: Kingdom Hearts III (PS4 exclusive)
*1:Surprise announcement of a fall 2013 worldwide release at E3. SE has been silent so long because of PS4 multiplat. PS3 version to keep promise to fans.
*2:LONG in development. Revealed at E3 2013. Needs to lay a (positive) foundation for Square-Enix on PS4. PS4 exclusive because XIII & XIII-2 sold like mud on 360, 360 multiplat's development delayed release of XIII significantly, and because it's worth Sony's while to moneyhat if need be.
*3:Revealed at E3 2013, TGS 2013, or by spring 2014. http://www.siliconera.com/postgallery/?p_gal=273379|0 http://www.1up.com/news/square-enix-ramping-action-rpg-project http://www.siliconera.com/2011/11/29/square-enixs-unreal-engine-action-rpg-has-a-medieval-europe-feel/
lol @ FF15 and FF16 released within a year. also, lol @ Type-0 turning into a Vita-only game.
Square's release scheduling for the PS3 gen does not necessarily translate to the next few years, and both Versus XIII and Itou's FF have been long in development, I feel both of the listed release dates are plausible.
2013 FF14 yARR Lightning Returds FF10/10-2 HD KH 1.5 HD
2014 FF6 iOS KH 2.5 HD FF Versus 13 (PS3 only, no way would they bother releasing it on both PS3 and PS4, the rumors from the 2 crappy foreign sites are garbage) Thief 4 Murdered: Soul Suspect Bravely Default: Flying Fairy Dragon Quest VII 3DS port
2016 KH3 Due Sex 4
That's more plausible brah.
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