Well, it has been confirmed that Square-Enix will be attending E3 this year. This could mean something…it could mean nothing.
But one of the common rumors that has been circulating – perpetuated by FinalFantasyUnion – is that they'll reveal the newest title in their ongoing FFVII Compilation series. We're still trying to forget games like Dirge of Cerberus , but on the other hand, titles like Crisis Core make us very hopeful for the future. As for the possibility of that never-say-die Final Fantasy VII PlayStation 3 remake, we're going to say it again: it's not a possibility. There's less evidence of that than there ever has been before, and perhaps unfortunately, with Square-Enix's obvious Western push, any announcement may involve the Xbox 360. Look at Star Ocean: The Last Hope , releasing this week…and not for the PS3. Then there's The Last Remnant , and we all know the situation there. The bottom line is that while we always like to hear what Square-Enix has planned, the time is gone where PlayStation owners can expect special treatment.
Anyway, we have no idea what kind of impact S-E will have on E3. Maybe they'll just show off a few more DS and iPhone projects or something, and they'll escape notice. Or maybe they'll issue a North American release date for FFXIII. Who knows?