Final Fantasy XV at E3 - Yes or No? Time to stake your pride!

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Will Final Fantasy XV be at E3?

  • Yes, with a live demo (public or press-only)

    Votes: 10 13.7%
  • Yes, with a trailer containing at least some new footage

    Votes: 51 69.9%
  • No, but it will be mentioned or old trailers will be shown

    Votes: 9 12.3%
  • No. It'll be swept under the rug for this year's show.

    Votes: 3 4.1%

  • Total voters
    73
  • Poll closed .

Jenova

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I really don't see this game showing up at Gamescom. Have there been major game reveals at that convention before?
 

APZonerunner

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I really don't see this game showing up at Gamescom. Have there been major game reveals at that convention before?
In recent years, Gamescom has been host to things like the announcement of the PS4 launch date, Mass Effect's console exclusivity coming to an end, Tearaway's announcement, Command & Conquer being rebooted (since cancelled), things like that. Gamescom is actually now a bigger show than E3 by a long way in terms of impact, and a lot of companies spend more actual money on their Gamescom presence than their E3 presence. Of course, Gamescom is a public show.

With that said - Square has debuted a number of things there in the past, though all Western. Deus Ex: Human Revolution had its first live gameplay demoed there, for instance, after having CG and things at E3.

Nothing's impossible!
 
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Jenova

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Oct 28, 2013
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In recent years, Gamescom has been host to things like the announcement of the PS4 launch date, Mass Effect's console exclusivity coming to an end, Tearaway's announcement, Command & Conquer being rebooted (since cancelled), things like that. Gamescom is actually now a bigger show than E3 by a long way in terms of impact, and a lot of companies spend more actual money on their Gamescom presence than their E3 presence. Of course, Gamescom is a public show.

With that said - Square has debuted a number of things there in the past, though all Western. Deus Ex: Human Revolution had its first live gameplay demoed there, for instance, after having CG and things at E3.

Nothing's impossible!
Interesting. I'm still betting my chips on TGS, but I will follow Gamescom closer than previous years to cover all the bases.