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Tagged: Final Fantasy VI
Square Enix concludes the Pixel Remaster project with the release of Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster. Can the nostalgia hold up in this definitive version of a Super Nintendo classic?
Kelley enters the phlegm dimension. Chris thinks he’s an Elden Lord. Josh summons another cat. You, unfortunately, went to E3 programming camp and are now a slave for EA. Sorry.
Josh doesn’t absolutely hate the font. Robert plays Burger Mecha Time. And Chris goes to date some double jointed dragon tanks.
Paolo Andrea Di Pietro is the Italian and French singer for Draco of Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster. Elmon Dean Todd gets an exclusive interview about his role in the game, the details of the audition, and his work with other video games and anime.
I’m not over the moon for the overworld, but I do love a good one and, like many gamers, prefer titles with one rather than without. It’s a staple of RPGs that shouldn’t be overlooked or underappreciated.
Chris wants an OP fox with mods. Matt wears a turnip and marries a twelve year old. And Josh goes off to read the new J.R.R. Martin time loop book.
Square Enix dropped the release date of its final announced Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster. Final Fantasy VI will be newly available on PC, iOS, and Android in a couple of weeks.
Gaming nostalgia isn’t a new thing. That said, modernized pixel-art titles aren’t just a blast from the past since many add once-futuristic visuals to the mix, creating a truly unforgettable look and feel.
Ryan Radcliff and his retro Backloggin’ report concludes 2021 with a RPG completion bang! The Random Retro RPG Wheel looks to continue to spin well in 2022…and beyond!
RPGamers waiting for the Pixel Remaster of Final Fantasy VI will need to wait a little bit longer. It is now planned to launch on PC and mobile in February.
How did players enjoy RPGs long ago with 2D sprites and few colors? The magic spell that bedazzles RPGamers might be more than meets the eye.
Ryan Radcliff and his retro Backloggin’ report return to detail the second four month stint of the yearly progress. The Random Retro RPG Wheel has produced countless memories, both fond and embarrassing.
Have you ever felt disappointed when you defeat the final boss and then the true final boss appears? A winning strategy for both developers and players means there must be a clear path to such a plot-twist.
Square Enix is delisting the current Steam versions of Final Fantasy V and VI. The delistings come in preparation for the upcoming releases of the Final Fantasy pixelated remasters.
The first six entries in the Final Fantasy series are coming to PC via Steam and mobile devices with the announcement of Final Fantasy Pixel Remasters. The games will release individually.
Imagine one of the most beloved 16-bit era RPGs remade with one of the most bedazzling game styles today. It would be dancing madness if Final Fantasy VI Remake didn’t become a reality soon.
The slew of game re-releases on the PC is one of the strongest points for the argument that the PC beats consoles as the best retro machine. This month on the #CRPGClub, we played Final Fantasy VI, available through Steam on the PC.
Which is better: Final Fantasy IV or Final Fantasy VI? The Backtrack crew tackles this debate and FF composer Nobuo Uematsu until we can’t stand...
With less than a week until release, RPGamer takes a look at the latest Final Fantasy port. Let’s gather together to stop Kefka one more time.