If you’re a huge Final Fantasy fan like me, then surely you’ve heard of the news from TGS earlier today/last night!
Square Enix has finally announced a release date for Final Fantasy Type-0 HD - March 17th for North America, and March 20th for Europe.
The company’s YouTube page has just released a TGS trailer for the game - all in Japanese, but IGN has leaked an English 25-minute gameplay video that they’re currently in trouble for (at least that’s what I heard, but I wouldn’t be surprised if this were true).
The game will come with a voucher that’ll redeem a playable demo for the much-anticipated Final Fantasy XV, which has also been graced with a TGS trailer that I’ll be posting separately in just a bit.
Excited yet? I’ve been excited since the game came out in Japan for the PSP nearly 3 years ago. It was originally released for the PSP in October 2011, with plans for an overseas release - but due to declining PSP sales the project was scrapped. An HD remake for current-gen (PS4 and Xbox One) was announced at this year’s E3.
Not sure how I feel about the English voices though - but I like Rem and Seven’s so far. Ace’s…ehhh. The extra voices - soldiers talking on the comm, the narrator in the beginning - sound kinda mechanical to me, but I’m trying not to complain so much because I’ve been waiting for localization news for so long and I finally have it. Maybe I just need to listen to more footage? I’ve played the original PSP version a few times so I may be used to the Japanese voices too. Who knows…but at least the game’s release is just six months away!