Hot of the heels of a giant Nintendo Direct, Square Enix has launched a new branding of sorts, with a new page on its website titled, "Discover the Legacy of Final Fantasy". First, ports of Final Fantasy VII and IX will arive, followed by the remastered X and X-2 combo pack, and XII: The Zodiac Age later on.
Additionally, Nintendo announced on Thursday "Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition HD" will be available for Switch on the eShop. Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition HD, Chocobo's Mystery Dungeon, World of Final Fantasy, and Crystal Chronicles will also release on the PS4. The big bombshell, though, is that not just one, not two, but a whole airship's worth of the mainline Final Fantasy games are headed to the Switch! What this essentially is, is a bunch of multiplatform Final Fantasy goodness, the majority of it being titles that were already on PlayStation platforms making their way to the Nintendo Switch and Xbox One. World of Final Fantasy Maxima will arive on November 6th.
A closer look at 2017/18 crime stats across SA
Admitting that the police haven't done as well as they should have, Mr Cele said the security officers had "dropped the ball". Murders of women spiked by 11% with 2930 murders reported in 2017-2018 compared with 2639 in the previous period.
Lastly, a new mini-game where you'll get to go fishing with Noctis. As for the classic Final Fantasy releases, players can expect them to start landing on the Nintendo Switch "over the coming months and into 2019".
World of Final Fantasy Maxima, a "leveled-up" version of the World of Final Fantasy game, will launch for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC via Steam on November 6.