The rollout for the Final Fantasy Pixel Remasters kicked off final month with the simultaneous launch of the primary three video games within the sequence. As an alternative of taking the identical strategy for Closing Fantasy 4,5, and 6, it seems to be like we’re getting these separately starting with the much-beloved fourth entry.

Closing Fantasy 4 Pixel Remaster launches September 8 for PC and cell units for $17.99. What constitutes a pixel remaster? Every sport on this sequence options redone pixel artwork by unique artist Kazuko Shibuya and a re-arranged orchestral soundtrack overseen by legendary Closing Fantasy composer Nobuo Uematsu. Gameplay perks embody an improved management scheme and new options reminiscent of an auto-battle choice and the power to save lots of at any time. If you happen to pre-purchase Closing Fantasy 4 on Steam you’ll be handled to bonuses like a 20 % low cost, restricted version wallpapers, and remixed variations of the Foremost Theme, Battle 2, and The Purple Wings tracks.

Closing Fantasy Pixel Remasters have obtained a blended response from followers. Whereas they provide a extra accessible and largely faithful restoration of the basic entries (unappealing menu textual content however), followers have revolted over the truth that you possibly can’t play the video games on consoles. They’re additionally reasonably costly, with the bundle for all six video games operating for $95.94. Nonetheless, it’s thrilling to maneuver on to one of many extra in style Closing Fantasy entries comparatively rapidly and this units a great tempo for a way quickly we could possibly be getting 5 and 6. 

For an thought of how these remastered video games look in motion, watch us take a tour of Closing Fantasy 1, 2, and three on this episode of New Gameplay Today



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