Square Enix is planning a large variety of games for this years E3.
Included in their library next week is Hitman: Absolution, Sleeping Dogs, Quantum Conundrum and more.
“At this year’s E3, Square Enix will have one of the most comprehensive and diverse portfolios of titles available in its history,” said Yoichi Wada, president and representative director of Square Enix Holdings Co., Ltd. “Our mission is to entertain and engage a wide range of consumers with the best possible interactive experiences.”
You can see a full list of games below.
• Quantum Conundrum (June 21 for PC, summer for PSN/XBLA): Puzzle game from Portal co-creator Kim Swift featuring the Inter-Dimensional Shift Device.
• American Mensa Academy (July for PC, PSN, XBLA, iOS and Android): Brain-training game with over 100 levels.
• Sleeping Dogs (Aug. 14 for 360, PS3 and PC): Players control Wei Shen as he tries to take down the hong Kong Triads.
• Hitman: Absolution (Nov. 20 for 360, PS3 and PC): Agent 47 returns to find himself betrayed and hunted by the police.
• Gameglobe (2012 for browsers): Players can create their own games or play levels available at launch.
• Tomb Raider (Q1 2013 for 360, PS3 and PC): Follow Lara Croft in her origin story.
• Handheld games include: Dariusburst Second Prologue, Raystorm, Guardian Cross, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy, Heroes of Ruin, Kingdom Hearts 3D, Demons’ Score, Final Fantasy Dimensions, KooZac, Motley Blocks, Qwirkle and SolaRola.