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Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by xist, Dec 13, 2010.
Due for Japanese release in Spring 2011. Other regions...pfft, who knows...
Source (& Siliconera)
They need to seriously quit remaking Final Fantasy 4. They keep remaking this same crappy game, but FF6, or other non-Final Fantasies get ignored.
Yay! I need to play After Years as well...
from what I can see... it's gonna be based on the original gameplay rather than the DS Version. ie Sprites
I was so not expecting this.
Still, it's nice to see some Amano art for Ceodore, I don't like the new artist they have put in charge of the art for FFIV TAY and FFL.
So... I think this means I'll never finish the WiiWare version of TAY. Oh well.
FFIV was awesome, I don't know what you're talking about. And they've had one remake of FFIV, unless they redid it for the PSX collection.
They already made a remake for DS. There's no reason for another remake more.
Final Fantasy IV release history:
Japan: April 19, 1991 (Hard Type)
Japan: October 19, 1991 (Easy Type)
America: November 23, 1991 (Under the Final Fantasy II name)
PlayStation version (All of the PlayStation releases are based on the original game, aka "Hard Type"):
Japan: March 21, 1997 (Released as a standalone game)
Japan: March 11, 1999 (Released bundled with Final Fantasy V and VI under the Final Fantasy Collection name)
America: June 29, 2001 (Released bundled with Chrono Trigger under the Final Fantasy Chronicles name, has a new localization and an opening CG movie)
Europe: May 17, 2002 (Same as above)
WonderSwan Color version:
Japan: March 28, 2002 (Has redrawn graphics for most of the overworld sprites)
Game Boy Advance version:
Japan: December 15, 2005 (Has the same upgrades the WonderSwan version does and more, such as character portraits, new bosses, etc)
America: December 12, 2005
Australia: June 2, 2006
Europe: February 23, 2006
Nintendo DS version:
Japan: December 20, 2007 (Has fully redrawn 3D graphics, upgraded soundtrack, new story events, an expanded script and more)
America: July 22, 2008
Australia: September 4, 2008
Europe: September 5, 2008
Wii Virtual Console:
Japan: August 4, 2009
America: March 8, 2010
Europe: June 11, 2010
Japan: October 5, 2009 (Mostly based on the Advance version, but with upgraded battle sprites)
Rest of the world: ???
You decide which are ports and which are remakes .
The only real remake of IV is DS. Every others were pretty much just (enhanced) ports. Anyway, I was hoping they'd use the DS version of IV but oh well. As long as it includes the extras of the DS version or all new content/elements then I'll probably bite. I still haven't played TAY for the Wiiware, and even if I did I'll probably play this one still, just for the extra chapter.
Maybe "remake", was a poor choice of words, but Goli did a fine example of making my point.
FINALLY FF IV gets remade on PSP
The DS version wasn't bad, but it was HARD and I didn't really like the new graphics
This is exactly what I wanted!
It wasn't really hard with a proper strategy.
This one will probably be harder.
goddamn it SE give me FFV in HD already you jerks
Remaking old PS1 games for PSP with upgrades and facelift?
First Persona 2, now this
But this isn't an old PS1 game, it's an old SNES game.
And that's what PSP gets. Remakes, remakes and ports
You mean ignoring the fact that original games for the PSP are more than the ports and the remakes?
FF IV was just about the only FF game I really really liked, I played it on the DS and it got me hooked for several hours.
This version looks superb, this just may be the final reason for me to buy a secondhand PSP
Sorry Square, but clearly you're keg or originality is about to be tapped as well. First Activision's, now yours.
Played the game enough, no way in hell am I going to play this. There's literally no point.
Haven't played TAY, only FF4 on DS, so i'll keep this on my watchlist.
I don't really want anything for christmas so I might as well get this, I played FFIV on DS and it was awesome :3