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Following the ESRB ratings leak, Square Enix has officially confirmed the Final Fantasy I-VI Pixel Remaster Collection for Switch. The titles are set to arrive sometime in Spring 2023, and there will be physical versions up for grabs exclusively from the Square Enix online store.

Classic “FINAL FANTASY” titles have been reborn through vivid 2D pixel graphics and the beautifully rearranged soundtrack. Gameplay is improved with modernized UI, and extras such as a bestiary, illustration gallery and music player allow further immersion into the world of the game.

These games are newly developed remaster editions based on the original titles. Some of the changes and additional elements found in other remakes of these games are not included

  • Universally updated 2D pixel graphics, including the iconic FINAL FANTASY character designs created by Kazuko Shibuya, the original artist and current collaborator.
  • Beautifully rearranged soundtrack in a faithful FINAL FANTASY style, overseen by original composer Nobuo Uematsu.
  • Improved gameplay, including modernized UI, auto-battle options, and more!
  • Dive into the world of the game with supplemental extras like the bestiary, illustration gallery, and music player.

Fans can go with the Standard Edition physical release for $75, or the FINAL FANTASY I-VI PIXEL REMASTER -FF35th Anniversary Edition for $260. That version includes the following:

  • FINAL FANTASY I-VI COLLECTION - physical collection of all games for Switch-Anniversary Edition GOODS BOX.
  • A bonus lenticular sleeve for the game package.
  • 2-disc vinyl record set featuring newly arranged game music with exclusive cover artwork by Kazuko Shibuya
  • A specially compiled artbook showcasing beautiful character pixel art.
  • Eight stylized pixel art character figures in window packaging.

Of course, there will also be digital releases for this collection, and fans will be able to purchase these individually or as a package. Just like the physical releases, these are due out sometime in Spring 2023.

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Comments (5)

ninjinister

2M ago

75 dollarydoos!? And 260!? WHAT


conangiga

2M ago

Excuse me HOW MUCH do they expect me to pay for six 30 year old games!?


ice

2M ago

Square Enix bringing us back to the stone ages of paying $75 for a JRPG, like when FF6 costed that much back then!


cestri

2M ago

I hope you can buy them individually on the E-Shop, I only want FF 3


hawk

2M ago

What's the consensus on these pixel remasters? Are they anything like the butchered mobile versions of the games with the weird graphics and screwed-up fonts?