Final Fantasy VII Remake Special Editions Bring Wealth Of Collectibles


While we got to see a ton of gameplay, fans were surprised by the announcement of an awesome Collector's Edition called the 1st Edition. But while remakes stole the show, series MMORPG Final Fantasy XIV is still going strong.

Square Enix opened up its E3 2019 briefing with the game you'd except it to. New building mechanics, tools, and locations are set to arrive with Dragon Quest Builders 2, which is set to arrive on the PlayStation 4 priced at $59.99 (roughly Rs. 4,200) on July 12, 2019. But, oddly enough, the Final Fantasy 8 Remastered reveal caused the loudest excited response among the staff in IGN's temporary studio - and simultaneously prompted just as many groans. Digital pre-orders will also include a theme for the PS4 menu. There'll also be a mobile release, giving even more players access to this upcoming remaster.

The game will feature better graphics though don't expect major changes.

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You can switch easily between the members of your party via a single button press, which should keep the action flowing nicely, and amazingly it all looks pretty damn good.

Square Enix chose to open their E3 presser with the first major look at the upcoming Final Fantasy VII Remake.

PC version The critically-acclaimed role-playing game has finally arrived to the PC side of the gaming ecosystem.