The remaster for Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles will no longer be releasing in January. Square Enix has pushed the release back until summer to allow the development team to make some extra adjustments.
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Square Enix has announced a release date for the remaster of Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles. The title, first released on GameCube, will be coming to PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android this January, with at least some of those platforms getting cross-play for its new online multiplayer.
2019 already has plenty of titles to get excited for. The RPGamer staff picked out a selection of games they are most anticipating and are keen to hear what readers are looking forward to.
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.
Square Enix has kicked off its appearance at TGS with a new batch of trailers. World of Final Fantasy, Crystal Chronicles and Chocobo’s Mystery Dungeon are the recipients of the new videos.
Sony held its annual pre-TGS presentation showing some upcoming PlayStation titles. A number of RPGs appeared, including new teasers for projects from CyGames and Studio Istolia, a Final Fantasy remaster, a release date for God Eater 3, and a brand new title from the studio behind Yakuza.
Back in the holiday season the latest Crystal Chronicles game was released to a mostly tepid reaction. As it turns out however, not everyone hated it, and one such person has a review to throw your way.
Announced before the Wii launched, gamers have been waiting for The Crystal Bearers for quite awhile. Wonder what Square Enix was working on for that long? After completing it, so do we.
Do you believe in fate? Is there more than one fate that can befall a game? In the case of Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates, the answer would be yes.