Few games for the Playstation were as iconic or as groundbreaking as Final Fantasy VII. Square Enix began its showcase with the remake of one of the most powerful and compelling stories in video game history.
We saw an amazing extended gameplay of Final Fantasy VII Remake where Cloud and Barret encounter a fearsome Scorpion Sentinel boss. It was great to see some of the gameplay mechanics in action.
Square told us how excited they are about this project, which is understandable, since it originally catapulted them into the modern gaming age. We then received an extended version of the trailer they debuted during a concert yesterday, including a first look at Tifa and Sephiroth, as well as the March 3rd 2020 release date.
Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles Remastered coming to Switch was announced some time ago, but it will also be arriving on PS4 and Mobile Devices, with online cross play.
The Last Remnant, which as Ragachak says was criminally underrated, is being released in a remastered version on Nintendo Switch as of tonight, June 10th, 2019. Perhaps this will give the game the attention it always deserved.
Dragon Quest Builders 2 was up next, and this game is exponentially larger than its precursor. I hope to see Ragachak play it when it releases July 12th. There will also be a demo available June 27th. So far, it looks like this might be exclusive to PS4.
All new world premier Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers trailer raised the roof. Final Fantasy XIV shows that it continues to be a force to be reckoned with in the MMORPG world.
SaGa series re-emerges from the shadows with two new titles: Romancing SaGa 3 makes its debut in the west with an HD remastered version. This will not only find its way to consoles, but also mobile devices. SaGa Scarlet Grace: Ambitions is also in development for European and North American Audiences.
War of Visions, a Final Fantasy Brave Exvius spinoff, also looked really damn good.
Outriders, a brand new People Can Fly studios IP, will show up some time in Spring 2020, and the cinematic has me quite intrigued. 1-3 players will drop in and out of this co-op shooter set in an all new universe. Frankly, I’m happy to see all the co-op games this year!
Oninaki will arrive August 22nd of this year for Switch and Steam, and looks to have some heavy potential.
Final Fantasy VIII gets a remaster announcement. Another one that might be a PS4 exclusive, but that’s speculation based on the fact the only place I could find the trailer was the PS4 YouTube channel.
Finally, Marvel Avengers will have single player and co-op, and an original story line. The game will drop May 15th of 2020. Travis Wilingham, who has voiced Thor in the past, will do so again for the game, and Laura Bailey, his co-star on Critical Role, will voice the Black Widow.