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Microïds and PlayMagic have announced the remaster of cult cel-shaded shooter XIII has been delayed. Originally scheduled to launch on November 13th, XIII Remake has now been pushed back to a vague 2020 date. It’s probably for the best. Launching in November is suicide for a game the scale of XIII, it would just disappear without a trace. Its original launch was within one week of Death Stranding, Pokemon, Star Wars Jedi, and Shenmue 3. Get it the heck out of there and don’t look back.
In an announcement that’s come out of nowhere, cult-classic cel-shaded shooter XIII is getting a remake. Microids is rebuilding the FPS from the ground up with revamped visuals, and it’s due out this very year.
Look, I know this shockingly niche, but I’m sure there’s a few of you out there who will be as glad to find out about this as I am. The long-running, and some would say long-in-the-tooth, Romance of the Three Kingdoms series is back after an eight-year absence.
Square Enix has announced Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, the concluding chapter to the Final Fantasy XIII trilogy, will be coming to PC on December 10th. The series has taken its sweet time getting here, but get here it has. In Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, players once more take control of the titular heroine Lightning, embarking on a massive time-hopping quest to save the world from total destruction. Trust a JPRG to get all histrionic.
The third and final part of the Final Fantasy Lighting Trilogy is set to appear on PC this December. Ever since Final Fantasy XIII made it over to PC it was only a matter of time until the rest followed suit, with Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII concluding the Fabula Nova Crystallis subseries on PC.
Most people would have heard of the Final Fantasy series. Its been going for decades now and Final Fantasy 13 or XIII actually released in 2009 in Japan. Now, five years later, on October 9th, FFXIII is coming to PC. The linearity of this FF title has been a mild sticking point to reviewers of the console versions but this hasn't stop it from being one of the fastest selling editions of the series, enjoying reported sales of over 7 million copies on console versions alone by the end of 2013.
In an exciting move from Square Enix, the Japanese publisher has confirmed that the entirety of the Final Fantasy XIII trilogy will eventually be making its way over to PC, beginning with Final Fantasy XIII arriving next month for the bargain bin price of $16/£11.
Square Enix has just announced the final chapter in their Final Fantasy XIII saga - Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII.