With the holiday season underway, Square Enix has announced plans to bring a handful of classic RPGs to the US Playstation Network. Chrono Cross touches down this Tuesday, with Final Fantasy V coming November 22 and Final Fantasy VI behind it on December 6. The two Final Fantasy games are based on the PSOne versions, including the new cinematics.
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*Tweased, if you will. More on that in a second.
Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy V will make it to the Japanese PlayStation Network, and is expected to launch tomorrow. Meanwhile, producer Shinji Hashimoto tweeted that further news about the Chrono Cross PSN release, confirmed back in December, will be revealed next week.
Sequel. A word both thrilling and terrifying. How many times have you heard someone say about a movie that the sequel wasn’t nearly as good as the original? But unlike the movie business, the video game industry lives on not just sequels and prequels, but franchises. The biggest-selling RPGs these days are nearly all part of established franchises.
But sequels can go wrong. Very very wrong. Case in point: Chrono Cross. Continue reading ‘Game Changers: Volume 10 – Chrono Cross’ »