This week in Q&A Quest we discuss our continued joy at the abundance of SaGa-related news coming out of E3. We also dig into the backlog of questions, including discussing what would happen if Pokémon ever moved away from turn-based combat.
The Last Remnant
The Last Remnant’s remastered version arrived on PlayStation 4 late last year. Square Enix announced during its E3 presentation that the game is now also available on Switch.
This week in Q&A Quest we discuss Final Fantasy VII Remake in-depth. We also discuss the shocking amount of SaGa-related news announced during Square Enix’s E3 conference.
Square Enix has released a combat guide for its recently released remaster of The Last Remnant. This video illustrates the basic flow of combat.
After leaving Steam earlier this year, The Last Remnant has returned, this time on PS4. The remastered release comes with a couple more videos.
Three new videos arrive detailing some of the improvements made to the upcoming remaster of The Last Remnant. This includes a mode to increase movement speed.
The Last Remnant will be available once again in December as the game makes it way to PlayStation 4. A new trailer shows a few event scenes and some quick looks at the game’s combat.
Square Enix has been hosting various presentations throughout TGS for its many upcoming releases. As part of those presentations, a number of the RPGs on show received substantial amounts of gameplay footage.
It didn’t take long following the PC delisting of The Last Remnant for Square Enix to announce a new way to buy the game. After failing to make it to PlayStation 3 a decade ago, the game is heading to PlayStation 4 worldwide in December.
Square Enix has revealed that The Last Remnant’s enhanced PC version will no longer be available to buy. Those wanting to check out the game on PC will need to purchase it within the next ten days.
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