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Final Fantasy VII

During The Game Awards 2019 that were held last night in Los Angeles Square Enix has revealed a new trailer of Final Fantasy VII Remake.

Final Fantasy VII Remake will be released on 3 March 2020 on PlayStation 4. Only 80 days left!

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Square Enix has announced via social media that Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition will be delayed to Summer 2020 and will not be released on 23 January 2020.

Here's the message from Square Enix:

Since announcing Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition, we’ve read so many positive messages filled with encouragement, and all of us on the team would like to thank you for the support you’ve shown us so far.

Today we’re announcing that the release date for the game is being moved to Summer 2020. We’ve made the decision to adjust the release date to allow the development team some extra time to make final adjustments to the game to make this the best experience possible.

We know you’ve been waiting patiently for this game, and we hope you’ll continue to support us as you have done so far, over the coming months through to launch.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition is coming to PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android devices. You’ll be able to play online with your friends and transfer your save file across all four platforms when the game launches in Summer 2020.

Thank you again, from all of us on the Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition team.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles was originally released on the Nintendo GameCube back in 2003 and follows a young group, known as the Crystal Caravans, as they embark on an epic journey to search for myrrh, a precious and rare liquid needed to cleanse and maintain a crystal protecting their world from the deadly gas, miasma.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles screenshot

Kingdom Hearts III

During the latest PlayStation State of Play Square Enix has revealed a new trailer of Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind that was leaked earlier. The DLC will be available on 23 January 2020 for PlayStation 4 and 25 February 2020 for Xbox One.

Two versions of Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind will be available:

Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind DLC:

  • The additional story: Re Mind
  • Limitcut episode and 13 boss battles
  • Secret episode and boss battle
  • Data greeting feature
  • Slideshow feature
  • Premium menu (Diverse difficulty settings and gameplay challenges)

Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind + Concert Video:

  • Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres- concert video recorded on 30 November 2019
  • All of the Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind DLC context

Also version 1.07, which will be available in January 2020 as a free patch update, will include a main story update, new abilities and a new form for Sora along with the addition of Keyblades, “Oathkeeper” and “Oblivion”. Players will also be able to utilize expanded sharing features from January.

You can watch the trailer below.

Final Fantasy characters are coming back.

Final Fantasy VII

It is possible that Final Fantasy VII Remake will be released on other consoles and PC after 3 March 2021. The game will be released on 3 March 2020 on PlayStation 4 and it seems to be a timed exclusive.

Square Enix has updated the North American package art of Final Fantasy VII Remake which now includes a PlayStation Exclusive logo with a disclaimer below: Timed Exclusive untill 3/3/21.

Final Fantasy VII Remake package art North America

The remake of Final Fantasy VII is in development for years and has been split into episodes. This first episode will take place in Midgar and will cover two Blu-ray discs.

Square Enix

Today Square Enix has released Star Ocean: First Departure R for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.

Star Ocean: First Departure R is a HD remaster of Star Ocean: First Departure released on the PlayStation Portable in 2008. The original version was released in 1996 on the Super Famicom, but never was released outside of Japan.

The HD remaster version contains the following features:

  • Full Voiceover – Players can choose between the original full voice cast from the PlayStation Portable version of the game in either Japanese or English, or the newly recorded version, featuring the Japanese voice cast from the original Super Famicom version, which was released in Japan only.
  • New Character Illustrations – Players can opt for the original character illustrations from Star Ocean First Departure, or brand-new versions drawn by the famous illustrator Katsumi Enami (Star Ocean The Last Hope)
  • Speed Mode – Players can traverse the world more swiftly.
  • Adjusted Game Balance – Adjusted battle difficulty enables players to experience more challenges in combat.

Square Enix has also released the launch trailer which you can watch below.

Final Fantasy VII

On the PlayStation Blog Square Enix has revealed new information of Final Fantasy VII Remake together with a load of screenshots.

You can read the full article on the PlayStation Blog.

Final Fantasy XV

Last Tuesday, 19 November 2019, Google has launched Google Stadia, which is a cloud gaming service. One of the 22 launch games is Final Fantasy XV, which was released almost 3 years ago on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

The Google Stadia version of Final Fantasy XV contains:

  • Final Fantasy XV (same contents as ROYAL EDITION) main game
  • Final Fantasy XV Royal Pack DLC
  • Final Fantasy XV: Episode Gladiolus
  • Final Fantasy XV: Episode Prompto
  • Final Fantasy XV: Episode Ignis
  • Final Fantasy XV: Episode Ardyn
  • Final Fantasy XV Multiplayer: Comrades *Matching will only be among Stadia users
  • Final Fantasy XV Booster Pack+
  • Final Fantasy XV Holiday Pack+ *”Carnival Passport” will not be included with “Final Fantasy XV Holiday Pack+”
  • Minigame collection “Crazy Challenge” (New feature for Stadia Version)

At launch only Google Stadia Pro is available. If you want to play Final Fantasy XV you have to buy it in the Google Stadia store. The free base service will be available somewhere next year.

Square Enix

After 24 years of the original release of Romancing SaGa 3 in Japan on the Super Famicom, the game is now available for the first time in the West digital on PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, Android and iOS.

Romancing Saga 3 gives players the freedom to forge their own path, choosing to play through eight different narratives led by eight protagonists, each with their own motives and unique personalities.

This HD Remaster features optimized graphics, a new dungeon called the ‘Phantom Maze’ to explore, a NEW GAME+ function and new storylines.

To celebrate the release, the game is now 20% off untill 4 December (1 December for the Nintendo Switch version).

Romancing SaGa 3 artwork

Final Fantasy VII

Square Enix has released a special feature commercial for Final Fantasy VII Remake in Japan that aired during Fuji TV’s FNS 27-Hour TV: Japanese Sports are Strong! The commercial is available in the original seven-minute version and an extended 13-minutes version.

Final Fantasy VII Remake will be released on 3 March 2020 on PlayStation 4.

You can watch the commercial below. No official English subtitles available though. We have to accept the automatic translated subtitles.

Original version (7 minutes)

Extended version (13 minutes)

Square Enix

GungHo Online Entertainment America has announced that they will release a patch for the Nintendo Switch version of Grandia HD Collection on 12 November 2019 after feedback and comments of the fans.

Further information about what the patch will include will be provided at a later date. The Nintendo Switch version was released on 16 August 2019 and contains several graphical and sound issues.

This however also delays the release of Grandia HD Remaster and Grandia II HD Remaster on PC, which is now set on 15 October 2019.

Grandia HD Collection announcement

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