The hyped presentation did have plenty to share on a new Tomb Raider title, to which they devoted about seven minutes of their half-hour presser. The video, seen above, raises more questions than answers, but judging by the developer's history, and the short scenes of heavily armored characters clashing, this being an action game is pretty much a sure thing. The title is Babylon's Fall, and you can see a brief teaser below.
Game Director Daniel Chayer-Bisson says that Lara will "have to confront a brutal jungle environment" in the upcoming adventure title, and we get our first in-depth look at the lush setting in the demo. And whatever The Quiet Man is, we assume it's coming from the West if only because of the live-action European actors.
More information was promised in August, which perhaps means Gamescom.
Fans have already been waiting half their lives for Kingdom Hearts III-you push people way too far, Square Enix! It will launch on September 4 on PS4 and PC. The December 8 release date does seem to suggest a very optimistic view of its chances though.
In celebration of this new game, the Dragon Quest franchise will also be crossing over with Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius. The dialogue was pretty bad though and it wasn't made any better by the British-accented voiceovers. A lot of games that were presented at Microsoft's E3 press conference. Final Fantasy XIV and Monster Hunter: World are joining up to make two groups of nerds incredibly happy.
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