Posted Sun Aug 23, 2015 at 09:12 AM PDT by Connor Sears
The publisher's panels will also talk about the GO mobile series and the world of Deus Ex.
Starting Friday, the video game industry will converge on Seattle for PAX Prime 2015, and publisher Square Enix will be there with a host of playable demos of upcoming titles and industry panels starring some of the games that aren't quite ready to be played yet.
Leading the Square Enix booth will be the U.S. playable debut of 'Just Cause 3.' Upcoming mobile spin-off 'Lara Croft GO' and the episodic title 'Life is Strange' will be on the floor as well. Players will also be able to get their hands on three different Final Fantasy titles—'Heavensward,' 'Episode Duscae,' and 'Explorers'—as well as 'Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree's Woe and the Blight Below.'
Square Enix's panels will cover some of the games absent from the show floor, perhaps giving fans a bit of new information along the way. One panel is set to go into the character of Adam Jensen, set to return in the upcoming 'Deus Ex: Mankind Divided,' and one will take a look at the next 'Hitman' title. Another panel will delve into the popular GO series of mobile games, which take big-name franchises and adapt them for the smartphone.
Finally, Square Enix will be hosting a couple of events, including the 'Put a Hit on Cancer' challenge, wherein Square Enix will donate $47 to the charity GameChanger for everyone who gets their head shaved at the Square Enix booth, paying tribute to Hitman's own Agent 47.
PAX Prime 2015 will run from August 28–31.
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