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Square Enix

Recently Square Enix has released an update for the PlayStation 4 version of Secret of Mana that updated the version to 1.02. The update will soon also be available for PlayStation Vita and PC version.

Here's the (huge) list of changes in this update:

  • Reduced the frequency of application errors
  • Fixed an error in which characters transition to a blacked-out screen
  • Fixed an error in which the character’s color changes
  • Fixed an error in which half of the screen goes dark
  • Fixed an error in which party members revived at zero HP
  • Fixed an error in which conversations would not finish on certain maps
  • Fixed an error in which players slipped through floors on maps that are two floors
  • Fixed an error that stops enemy movement when using a combination of some attacks and magic
  • Fixed bow and arrow behavior in battles against some monsters
  • Added a guide display for the switch button on the Ring Command screen
  • Added an icon for the character currently using a ring on the Ring Command screen
  • Added an item effect display for Item Rings and the Ring Command screen

Secret of Mana HD has been released previous month and has received mixed reviews. The game seems to be rushed which results in numerous bugs from game freezes, crashes and other show-stopping bugs.

Secret of Mana artwork

Final Fantasy XII

Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age, which has been released for PlayStation 4 in July 2017, will be coming to PC via Steam on 1 February 2018.

The PC version will contain the following new features:

  • 60FPS - Ivalice will look better than ever with the game running at 60FPS.
  • Compatible with 21:9 ultra-wide monitors - Up to three HD monitors can be used for a potential 48(16x3):9 experience.
  • New Game Plus and New Game Minus - Post-game content modes are now accessible from the beginning of the game.
  • Three background music options – The original, re-orchestrated and soundtrack versions are now available from the beginning of the game.
  • Maximized License Points and Gil - New functionality added to grant players max License Points and Gil from the configuration screen.
  • Full controller support, Steam Trading Cards and more to optimize the PC player experience.

Also a collector's edition has been announced that contains an official Collector’s Edition Steelbook with the original soundtrack, a five-piece Judge Masters Bust Set, six-card art set and a digital download code for the game.

Fans that purchase the game through Steam within the first week of launch will also receive a 20% discount, a three-track digital music compilation and a new Steam Skin illustrated by famed Final Fantasy artist Isamu Kamikokuryo.

Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age artwork

Final Fantasy X

Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster will be available on Steam this Thursday, 12 May. This after the HD upgrade of Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2 has been released on PlayStation 3 and Vita in 2014 and PlayStation 4 last year.

The Steam version will feature auto-save, 5 game-boosters (Turbo, Supercharge, Eneny encounter settings, Auto battle mode and Hide HUD) and 3 parameters that can not be turned off when activated (99 of each item excluding Key Items, Unlock all skills and Max Gil).

You can check out the Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster Steam page here.

Final Fantasy X screenshot

Update: Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster is now available 20% off (€ 19.99 / £ 15.99 / $ 23.99) the first week.

Final Fantasy XV

According to Gematsu.com Square Enix is planning to launch Final Fantasy XV worldwide on Friday 30 September 2016 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. This information was corroborated by three independent sources who would have knowledge of the matter. According to the website the release on this day will be very likely, however given sensitivity of the matter, and that within a company setting anything can change before it is made public, they're reporting it as a rumor.

Final Fantasy XV screenshot

The release date will be officially announced at Uncovered: Final Fantasy XV, an event taking place on 30 March at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.

Final Fantasy XV was first announced as Final Fantasy Versus XIII on E3 2006 exclusively for PlayStation 3. On E3 2013 it was revealed as Final Fantasy XV.

Final Fantasy IX

To celebrate 2016, Square Enix has announced today that Final Fantasy IX, the PlayStation game that was released back in 2000, will be coming to Microsoft Windows, Apple iOS and Google Android soon.

This version will feature high-definition graphics (unlike the PC versions of Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy VIII), newly added achievements, auto-save, high-speed mode and several game boosting features.

Square Enix has also released the first trailer that feature higher-res versions of the cast of the game and the battle screen looks a little different.

Square Enix

Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy V will be released on Steam on 24 September. Final Fantasy V was originally released in 1992 in Japan and weaves a classic tale of magic, monsters and friendship as players follow four unlikely heroes tied together by fate who embark on a journey to restore life to the world's four elemental crystals.

The Steam version will be based on the mobile version that was released in 2013 on iOS and Android and include the following features:

  • Veteran character designer, Kazuko Shibuya, has returned to recreate the characters and graphics from the Game Boy Advance version for an enhanced experience;
  • Updated controls and a newly optimized active-time battle system for an even more fluid PC experience;
  • ·A job and ability system featuring 26 unique classes that allows players to freely customize their four heroes to fit their unique play style;
  • The Sealed Temple, an additional dungeon originally featured in the 2006 version of Final Fantasy V for Game Boy Advance;
  • Enuo, an optional boss created by renowned designer Tetsuya Nomura;
  • Loads of obtainable Steam trading cards and achievements.

The Steam version will be available for $ 15.99 / £ 10.99 / € 14.49. Players who pre-order the game before launch will receive a 10% discount.

Square Enix

In May GungHo Online Entertainment America announced that a HD version of Grandia II ic currently in development and will be released on PC. Yesterday they've announced that Grandia II Anniversary Edition will launch on next Monday (24 August) on Steam and GOG.com.

The remastered version is based on the original Dreamcast version and is the result of an April survey from Game Arts asking players for their favorite games, their opinions on PC ports and potential future releases of the developer's games on PC.

"After careful consideration, we have chosen to retitle the game for PC to Grandia II Anniversary Edition in order to properly celebrate Grandia II's 15th anniversary," said Kazuki Morsishita, President and CEO of Game Arts and GungHo Online Entertainment. "The fans voted and, now, we are proud to bring a revamped edition of the classic role-playing game from Dreamcast to PC as Grandia II Anniversary Edition."

This edition features numerous improvements from the original including: visual upgrades such as new shadow, lighting, resolution, anti-aliasing and many other graphic improvements, new Japanese voice acting, a new difficulty level, and controller support for a nostalgic experience and is available at launch for $ 14.99, a 25% discount of the normal price of $ 19.99.

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Final Fantasy Type-0

Recently Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy Type-0 HD will be coming to PC. Yesterday they have announced that it will be released on Steam on 18 August.

The PC version will include the following features:

  • In-game battle camera;
  • Full Steam achievements and trading cards;
  • Scalable motion blur settings;
  • Customizable dynamic screen shot mode;
  • Full controller support;
  • Upgraded graphics resolution options (for high end PCs);
  • Increased blood levels;
  • New character speed boosts.

“Developing Final Fantasy Type-0 HD for Steam gave us the opportunity to fully realize our original vision of the game in an enhanced and refined experience exclusively for PC players,” said Director Hajime Tabata.

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD Steam version

The PC version can be purchased on Steam for $ 29.99 / £ 19.99 / € 24.99. Fans who pre-order Final Fantasy Type-0 HD on Steam will receive next to the 10% discount, the Master Chocobo as your courier and Moogle (Class Zero) as your ward in DOTA 2, plus an exclusive Final Fantasy Type-0 HD loading screen.

Final Fantasy Type-0

In a tweet Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy Type-0 HD will be released on PC via Steam. Further details like a release date were not mentioned.

The PC version has been premiered at Computex Tapai 2015 today running on laptops (GS60 Red version and GS70 Silver version) from MSI. A quote from their news article:

FINAL FANTASY TYPE-0 brings an immersive world, memorable characters and the production value known of the series, together with high quality gameplay and storytelling truly worthy of the FINAL FANTASY name.

Step into the fray as Class Zero, a group of students from an elite military academy whose country is attacked by an aggressive neighboring Empire. In the brutal and harrowing struggle that follows, you must engage a range of powerful magical and combat abilities using a new and exciting battle system, to defeat the Empire and uncover the secrets behind the war.

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD screenshot

Also recently it was announced that Final Fantasy Agito, a free-to-play game set in the world of Final Fantasy Type-0, will also be released on PC via Windows 10.

Square Enix

Recently Square Enix announced that they will release Final Fantasy IV: The After Years on Steam. Now it's available for digital purchase for $16 / € 14.49.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years is the sequel to Final Fantasy IV and takes place 17 years after the 1991 classic where classic characters make their return alongside several new characters. This port is based on the iOS and Android versions (and has been enchanced), which resembles the Nintendo DS version of Final Fantasy IV.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years on Steam

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