Final Fantasy IV: The After Years will hit WiiWare on June 1. Though original game was broken up into twelve chapters, the remake has been formatted into only nine. At this point, no pricing has been announced, and it is unclear if the game will need to be downloaded in episodes. Hit the jump to see the trailer for yourself. Continue reading ‘Final Fantasy IV: The After Years Dated, New Trailer’ »
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Square Enix Confirms Final Fantasy IV: The After, Announces My Life as a Darklord, continuing Virtual Console Support
Square Enix had a bevy of news updates today. For starters, Final Fantasy IV: The After Years, the previously cellphone-only sequel to Final Fantasy IV, is finally confirmed after its appearance on the ESRB rating widget hinted at its release. The game will be released on WiiWare, but as of yet, no pricing or release date information has been announced. For more information, you can check out the game’s official website.
In other WiiWare news, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a Darklord was announced. It will be a sequel to Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King, which launched simultaneously with the WiiWare service. It is slated for 2009. The game puts you in the role of the Darklord’s daughter as she attempts to thwart heroes with well-placed traps.
Square Enix also promised that the classic Final Fantasy I will be hitting the Virtual Console in May for Japan and sometime this year for North America.
The ESRB has a rating for Final Fantasy IV: The After Years has shown up on the online ratings widget. Getting an ESRB rating does not necessarily mean that a game will see release. After all, EarthBound was at one point rated for the ESRB, but for those that have wanted to know the fate of Cecil after the conclusion of Final Fantasy IV, this is certainly a ray of hope. Hit the jump for the full description. Continue reading ‘ESRB Rates Final Fantasy IV: The After Years for Wiiware’ »