Go To Top

Square Enix offers further details on Tokyo Game Show plan

FFXI goods and booth map shared

 

Square Enix has updated its Tokyo Game Show special site with further details on its plans for next week's gaming event.

The page now contains a map showing the precise location of all the games. This is perfect for those who want to plan a lineup routine in advance in order to maximize play time.

The map can be seen here: [a href=http://www.square-enix.co.jp/tgs08/booth/]Square Enix TGS 2008 booth map[/a].

From 1 to 15, the attractions are:

  • Open Mega Theater
  • Closed Mega Theater
  • Chocobo to Chokotto Photography Area
  • Cid and Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon DS+
  • Chocobo and the Mysterious Picture Book: Mahou to Shoujo to
  • Go-nin no Yuusha
  • Chrono Trigger Museum
  • Square Enix Mobile
  • Snoopy DS
  • Pingu no Waku Waku Carnival
  • Valkyrie Profile Toga wo Seou Mono
  • Square Enix X Xbox 360 RPG Project
  • Goods & Music CD display corner
  • Dissidia Final Fantasy
  • Kingdom Hearts Birth By Sleep
  • Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days

As shown on the bottom map of the page, Square Enix product will be shown at other areas of the booth as well. Previously announced, a Dragon Quest Special Stage will be held on the main event stage (1) on Saturday and Sunday. Dissidia Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep will also be shown in the Sony Computer Entertainment booth (2). Last Remnant and Star Ocean 4 will also be in the Microsoft booth (6). KDDI, DeNA and NTT DoCoMo will host Square Enix cell phone content (3, 5, 4). The bottom map also marks the Taito booth (7), Taito being a Square Enix subsidiary.

Square Enix also gave a sneak peak today at some of the products that will be sold or placed on display in the goods corner section of its booth. Patrons will be able to purchase the latest Final Fantasy XI goods, including an original card case (2,900 yen) and a metal key holder (2,300 yen for goblin type, 1,900 yen for mandragora type). These two will be sold at the Square Enix Online Shop starting 10/9.

In addition to the for-sale products, Square Enix will be showing off a Yami no Ou sculpture ahead of the product's December release.

Yami no Ou, on display ahead of its release.

Loading comments. If comments don't load, make sure Javascript is on in your browser.

Icons by Glyphicons. Used under CC-BY license.