Published on June 15th, 2015 | by Deejay Knight, Editor/Founder

Will Final Fantasy VII and The Last Guardian be announced at E3 2015?

We’re here, and it’s the big day, gamers. Consoles and PCs are likely to get a workout today as writers get their fingers nimble to drop news about the upcoming games for the next year and beyond.

It seems rumors are swirling around heavily that the Sony camp is going to drop news that is nothing short of megaton this year at E3, as poster Miruhoggu spoke of a rumor that could quite possibly tear open the space-time continuum that exists in and around nostalgic gamer’s wallets:

Can’t give my word on the crazy Shenmue rumours but the FF VII remake is a real thing. They started production a few months ago and it will be announced this week for a 2017 release.

The Last Guardian is coming back too, Sony PR guys are giving appointments to the press and they plan to release it during the holiday season since Uncharted 4 is delayed until 2016.

NeoGAF mod Y2Kev noted that Miruhoggu is a verified poster, which means that it has been verified that the poster is in some way connected to the gaming industry and that the news is quite possibly true.

As always, take it with a grain of salt until an announcement is official, but I know that I’m not the only gamer with a soft spot in his heart for Final Fantasy VII. Beyond that, even the possibility of long-rumored The Last Guardian could be shown off — and possibly release this year — would be fairly megaton for PlayStation fans.

Is it too late, though? Square-Enix have been teasing FFVII for years. Remember the remake of the train station they made to show off the PS3’s power — back in 2011? If you don’t remember, here’s a reminder:


Even if they do announce it though, combining it with the possibility of The Last Guardian would be pretty big news.

What say you, gamers? Are you anxious for this, too?

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