After much delay, we finally have TSG Writecast episode 3! This is the podcast where the TSG bloggers stop typing and start making sounds that coincidentally sound like words. This episode me, Oculin, Dagfari and Luigi110 take a more leisure approach as we get back into things, talking about what we’ve played and a couple of spot light titles.
The podcast itself, unfortunately, took awhile to get prepared, so it’s little over a week old. There were some audio issues (totally not my fault, maybe) so apologizes for some awkward moments, in particularly my voice. Also, I couldn’t figure out how to get an audio version up, so Youtube ho! Once I figure out how to upload an audio version, I’ll definitely post it up.
Today the Europe Square Enix Members blog confirmed the company’s complete E3 lineup, as well as a promise to have a new Tomb Raider trailer up tomorrow. You can see the full list below.
- FINAL FANTASY XIII-2 (PS3, Xbox 360)
- Deus Ex: Human Revolution (PS3, Xbox 360, PC)
- Hitman: Absolution (PS3, Xbox 360, PC)
- Tomb Raider (PS3, Xbox 360, PC)
- Dungeon Siege III (PS3, Xbox 360, PC)
- Heroes of Ruin (Nintendo 3DS)
While it reveals nothing we didn’t already guess was going to be there, and Final Fantasy Versus XIII and Type-0 are both missing much to my chagrin, it will undoubtedly still prove to be a solid lineup at this year’s conference.
(Source: Square Enix EU Members)
The wait for the third entry in the Deus Ex series has just been extended. Square-Enix decided to push the title into the next fiscal year, missing its March 2011 release. The earliest we will get the title is April 2011.
Square-Enix plans on further polishing the game before release, which can be nothing but good. If you haven’t checked out the first Deus Ex, definitely give it a shot, it is a fabulous title.
Oh well, there’s always Mind Jack! I know all of you are looking forward to that!
While we have seen quite a few trailers for Deus Ex: Human Revolution, this is only the second trailer we have seen that focuses on actual gameplay. And, as you would expect, its classic Deus Ex action with hacking, augmentations, obstacles, and environmental elements that play into the combat.
The title is heading to Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC, and is currently scheduled for a early 2011 release. You can check out a handful of new screens along with the trailer after the jump.