Samurai will be the second new chracter class of the Stormblood expansion. The first was the Red Mage. The new Samurai class will be dps based, unlike FFXI tank based samurai. There will be no base class and will start at level 50. Check out the trailer below to get a good look at the new samurai class along with the new continent, Othard.
Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood will be released on June 30th for PC and PS4.
Final Fantasy XII has been rumored for quite some time that a HD remaster was on the way. Those rumors can finally be put to rest as Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age has been officially announced.
Along with a new sub title, Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age will introduce “several modern advancements,” like a “reconstructed battle design and a revamped job system.” There will also be trophy support for all of you trophy hunters out there. Check out the Final Fantasy XII website for more details plus screens shots from the game.
Also known as the first game in the Mana series, Final Fantasy Adventure will be localized according to the Japanese Twitter account for the game.
Final Fantasy Adventure is a spin-off of the Final Fantasy series and originally came out in the U.S. in 1991. The remake will be named Adventures of Mana and is coming to iOS, and Android in the West. The Japanese version of the website also has the PS Vita listed as a platform, but there is no word on a Vita version for the west.
There is no release date since Square Enix has not officially announced Adventures of Mana for the West just yet. Check out the trailer below.
I’m definitely looking forward to this one as I do have fond memories of enjoying this on my Gameboy, as a kid. I will also be keeping my fingers crossed for a localized Vita version.
Square Enix announced today that one of the best Final Fantasies is coming to PC and smart phones sometime in 2016.
Square promises new features like, “high-definition graphics, newly added achievements, auto-save, high speed mode, and several game boosting features,” similar to the other ports of FFVII and FFVIII.
There is no word on a western release, but it’s safe to assume that it will make it to the U.S. just like the Final Fantasy ports before it. Check out the trailer below for a look at the high res textures.