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We also saw a new story trailer for "Shadow of the Tomb Raider", which is throwing Lara Croft into all new danger September 14, 2018.

Square Enix may not have the most to show off at the 2018 Electronic Entertainment Expo trade show in Los Angeles this week, but it does have some of the most anticipated games in development. More so when you consider the games it has out in the near future. We might finally hear more of Left Alive, and maybe a new look at the Final Fantasy VII Remake.

There was very little information on it, other than the implication that it has a pretty complex backstory and what seems to be a tone more similar to Dark Souls than Bayonetta.

Unfortunately, details are pretty much non-existent at this point, but we'll see it launch sometime in 2019 for PlayStation 4 and PC.

Even though The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit was officially revealed during Microsoft's E3 press conference yesterday, today its developers told us more on how the game fits into the larger Life is unusual universe. We'll find out more in August, but for now, see what you can make of its teaser trailer.

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The video talks us through the new additions to Just Cause 4, the most prominent of these being the extreme weather system. The December 8 release date does seem to suggest a very optimistic view of its chances though. The dialogue was pretty terrible though and it wasn't made any better by the British-accented voiceovers.

The world's of Final Fantasy XIV and Monster Hunter: World are coming together under one roof this summer in what appears to be a collaboration that pits Final Fantasy characters against beasts from Monster Hunter.

Are you looking forward to Just Cause 4?

After an exciting day full of announcements from Microsoft and Bethesda on Sunday, Square Enix is kicking things off on Monday with its first E3 press conference since 2015.

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