Lots of news came from the recent Nintendo Direct presentation, which included a lot of Final Fantasy announcements. The 2017 remaster Final Fantasy XII: Zodiac Age will be swapped once in 2019; It is now available for PlayStation 4 and PC, and also comes to Xbox One in 2019.
Final Fantasy XII presented the semi-automatic Gambit game system that broke away from the franchise's traditional tournament-based RPG game. A nice addition to the remastered version was the opportunity to speed up the battle to make slip through the dungeons faster.
If you want even more of the long-standing past of the RPG franchises, Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition HD is available now to turn on Nintendo Eshop and Xbox One digitally. And if that's not enough, some classics will be doing to Switch and Xbox One next year, including Final Fantasy VII, IX, X, X-2. Remaster of Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles, which has online multiplayer, is an exclusive Switch also due to next year.
In our Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age review it was said that "its epic, lore-rich history and its time-tested Gambit System should also appeal to those who missed the main line tour to Ivalice for the first time. the new audio and speed options, Zodiac Age is an ideal final release: one that enhances the game over its original version across the board. "
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