Square Enix’s E3 showcase was a bust

This time around we got to see how the English translation is progressing, and so far we're impressed.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider opened the show with some gameplay footage in this latest Lara Croft adventure going through some stealthy kills. For Microsoft's conference we met the cast of Frozen.

With new trailers for Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Dragon Quest XI, and a promising new intellectual property from Platinum Games called Babylon's Fall, Square Enix brought a little bit of hype to fans, but not almost as much as some other publishers did over the weekend.

Kingdom Hearts 3 should have been the show's home run. She will once again be up against Trinity and Lara will have to use the jungle to survive, what this means exactly though is detailed to us through a new trailer. Between all the titles we already know about and any potential surprises, this should be a fun event.

It was nice to see Dragon Quest XI in the spotlight, a series that often doesn't enjoy its share of mainstream.

"The Quiet Man" is from "Prey" developers Human Head Studios, and we can expect to hear more in August, according to the teaser trailer.

But, there were a few reveals that made Square Enix's showcase worth checking out. But the livestream did include a reveal for a brand new PlatinumGames title called Babylon's Fall.

Video game stories from other sites on the web. Square Enix's conference, meanwhile, was supposed to show the publisher back to their best, but instead it showed them at their most complacent.