Final Fantasy XIII absent from Square Enix's E3 lineup

Square Enix on Wednesday unveiled their E3 game lineup, and Final Fantasy XIII isn't on the list.

Square Enix on Wednesday unveiled their E3 game lineup, and Final Fantasy XIII isn't on the list.

"With simultaneous global releases for several platforms on their way, gamers around the world will be able to experience the full grandeur of our games as never before," said John Yamamoto, president of Square Enix.

"Additionally, Square Enix has offerings at this year's E3 for every gamer, from fan favorites newly available on portable platforms to casual games accessible to a wide range of users."

The lineup of games, obviously excluding any surprises, is as follows:

THE LAST REMNANT

Platform: Xbox 360, PS3

Genre: RPG

ESRB Rating: Not Yet Rated

Ship Date: (Xbox 360) This Winter / (PS3) TBA

SONG SUMMONER: The Unsung Heroes

Platforms: iPod

Genre: Role-Playing

Now Available (NA, JP, EU)

Nintendo DS

CHRONO TRIGGER

Genre: RPG

ESRB Rating: Not Yet Rated

Ship Date: Holiday 2008

DRAGON QUEST IV: Chapters of the Chosen

Genre: RPG

ESRB: E10+ (Everyone 10 and older)

Ship Date: September 16, 2008

FINAL FANTASY IV

Genre: RPG

ESRB: E10+ (Everyone 10 and older)

Ship Date: July 22, 2008

EXIT DS

Platform: Nintendo DS

Genre: Action Puzzle

ESRB: E (Everyone)

Ship Date: October 7, 2008

The Legend of Kage 2

Genre: Action

ESRB: E10+ (Everyone 10 and older)

Ship Date: October 7, 2008

PSP system

STAR OCEAN: First Departure

Genre: RPG

ESRB: Not Yet Rated

Ship Date: October 21, 2008

STAR OCEAN: Second Evolution

Genre: RPG

ESRB: Not Yet Rated

Ship Date: January 6, 2009

Xbox 360

INFINITE UNDISCOVERY (Xbox 360 Exclusive)

Genre: RPG

ESRB: T (Teen)

Ship Date: September 2, 2008

STAR OCEAN: THE LAST HOPE

Genre: RPG

ESRB: Not Yet Rated

Ship Date: 2009

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