Dec 30, · "Final Fantasy XIII trilogy is coming to PS4 during the next year. The bundle will include Final Fantasy XIII, XIII-2 and Lightning Returns on separate discs to be enjoined in p and 60fps." scottdwebgraphics.com I have a PS4 and have been dissappointed by the PC release. Honestly the Final Fantasy 13 trilogy weren't that bad, unfortunately baring the Final Fantasy name there are high standards to live up to & Final Fantasy 13 trilogy just didn't cut it. Of all the Final Fantasy games released by Squarenix these almost 30 years this was a low standard in the franchise and that is unacceptable. Agree 13 Disagree 5. Nov 30, · Sadly, no. You can wait till they -finally- release the PS4 Final Fantasy VII (not the remake) which gives you trophies, I guess? As Zokari said, you'll need a PS3, PSP or Vita to play older FF games, which is a shame. The definitive version: Final Fantasy 3 (SNES) If you've never played FF6 (which was released as FF3 on the SNES), start with the original. There's some '90s-era censorship goofiness in the game's translation and sprites - such as 'Holy' becoming 'Pearl' - but Author: Maxwell Mcgee. Jan 17, · It may be too early to get a visual works CGI minute trailer of Final Fantasy XVI (i mean, you never know..), but revealing Final Fantasy XIII for PS4 and Xbox One could be a great addition to a great Square Enix showcase. Tomb Raider could be there, Final Fantasy VII Remake and Kingdom Hearts 3 will be there, Left Alive can be there.
It's not just that people want to play old games. Square Enix still seems keen on supporting it along with the newer Final Fantasy 14 MMO, but considering its age and the fact that Square is no longer producing new scenarios, there's no telling when it'll pull the plug, so caveat emptor. The definitive version: Final Fantasy 7 PS4 While we're still waiting for the Final Fantasy 7 Remake to arrive which will totally be out in , you guys, so don't worry , you can now replay the classic that launched the series and JRPGs as a whole into the public consciousness on your PS4 - and it's easily the best of the game's small handful of rereleases. And lastly, you can grab the Wii Virtual Console release if you want the version of the game originally released in America in , titled Final Fantasy 2. Offcourse there will people who will buy it on PS4 and X1. Final Fantasy celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, a commemoration of three decades of experimental JRPGs that fuse traditional fantasy tropes with a combination of science-fiction, steampunk, cyberpunk, and whatever the hell blitzball is. I may be alone but I will not be buying this no matter what, if its even true.
Agree Disagree Better chance of it being BC on x1x than a collection on new consoles. To get anywhere near a locked 60 in FF13 you'll need a cpu clocked at 4. But most important are the four new Job classes - Gladiator, Cannoneer, Oracle, and Necromancer - which further enhance the game's already stellar class-switching mechanic. No way to play XIII on the ps4 unfortunately. Just put them on one cart each for
Musubi Member. It uses 1 core of the cpu and very little else. Well ok maybe soon maybe not, SE has their hands full right now with all kinds of projects but they would probably outsource most of the visual remastering stuff. Pretty sure the 's compression or were they multiple discs? Still own my collectors edition in metal case for PS2. Agree 11 Disagree 0.