Vaan, meet Mario: of all the highlights and reveals from Nintendo's much-anticipated, earthquake-delayed Nintendo Direct event Thursday, none had more of a mic-drop feel than the surprising news that nearly all the mainline Final Fantasy games from the PlayStation's golden era will soon be making their home on the Nintendo Switch.
World of Final Fantasy Maxima, a "leveled-up" version of the World of Final Fantasy game, will launch for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC via Steam on November 6. Final Fantasy VII I specifically feel guilty for having never played and I'm excited to hopefully have time to dig into it next year on my Switch.
Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age releases in 2019 for Nintendo Switch.
Square Enix are clearly keen to get as many Final Fantasy games as possible onto Switch, and that's in addition to the recent Octopath Traveler and the upcoming remaster The World Ends With You -Final Remix-.
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remaster is coming in 2019. Just one buddy at a time, though.
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