Square Enix has detailed its E3 line-up, which includes the Tomb Raider reboot, Hitman Absolution, Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Final Fantasy XIII-2.
If you're at the event, you'll want to visit booth 1647 in the South Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center to experience the publisher's latest offerings firsthand. Here's the full line-up, in Square's words:
- TOMB RAIDER, from Redwood City-based studio Crystal Dynamics, ratchets up the intensity and takes gamers into the world of Lara Croft as they have never seen before.
- A new tale continues the story of FINAL FANTASY XIII. With new characters come new destinies in FINAL FANTASY XIII-2, which will be playable for the first time at E3.
- Gaming in 2011 gets augmented with DEUS EX: HUMAN REVOLUTION from Eidos- Montréal, marking the series' triumphant return.
- Agent 47 takes on his most dangerous contract to date in HITMAN ABSOLUTION from IO Interactive A/S.
- The island of Banoi may seem like paradise - until players realize they are among a handful of survivors of a zombie outbreak in DEAD ISLAND from Deep Silver.
- Obsidian Entertainment's DUNGEON SIEGE III offers intuitive action gameplay, a robust RPG system with an extensive selection of abilities, an endless variety of loot and an engaging storyline.
- WAKFU is a fantasy MMO adventure with a tactical combat system and a unique anime style from Ankama Studio.
- HEROES OF RUIN is a brand new adventure for the Nintendo 3DS featuring a lineup of unlikely heroes and deep social functionality.
Square Enix chief executive officer Mike Fischer said: "We're thrilled to present a roster of games based on some of the industry's most acclaimed franchises as well as introduce exciting new titles.
"We are incredibly fortunate to work with a global network of world-renowned studio and development partners committed to creating outstanding interactive experiences.
"Our goal is to entertain and engage a wide range of consumers with the best experience possible, whether they are gamers who grew up playing our games or people just learning about our vast portfolio of titles."