Classic Final Fantasy Games coming to the Nintendo Switch

Final Fantasy Games

Square Enix has announced to bring many of the old Final Fantasy games for the Nintendo Switch in 2019. The games include Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy IX and Final Fantasy X. However, there is no word on Final Fantasy VIII or why it wasn’t included in the selection.

For players who want to re-experience the iconic stories of the old games, or for players who never got the chance to play the older games, the addition to Nintendo Switch is the best opportunity to play the games that set Final Fantasy to the track of being a popular game among fans.

The switch is becoming a haven for old games that are finding their second home in this Nintendo gaming console. It is safe to say these Final Fantasy titles will make the top spots in the collection of old games in the Nintendo Eshop.

But hold on, these aren’t the only titles of Final Fantasy coming next year. You are also going to get Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered version next year, World of Final Fantasy Maxima on 8th November this year, while Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition HD is available now.

In addition, a remastered version of Chocobo’s Mystery Dungeon: Every Buddy is also coming in 2019 for the Nintendo Switch Not much information for the remaster was given but Nintendo stated during the presentation that all monsters can be befriended in the game and a second player can join in for co-op multiplayer. Here is an overview from Square Enix:

Chocobos don’t just kick, and aren’t just cute!
Take one step forward and change the world in this spectacular return to 2007’s FINAL FANTASY FABLES: Chocobo’s Dungeon, specially designed for new gaming systems.

The rules to this mysterious dungeon are simple… every time you enter, the world around you changes shape, but it only moves whenever Chocobo moves, whether Chocobo walks, kicks, or uses an item.

Fight monsters alongside your buddies and adventure through countless dungeons, all whilst enjoying a deep and engaging story, it even includes 2-player co-op play!

Don’t have the Nintendo Switch? No worries, as the old titles are also coming to the Xbox One, except the Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles and Chocobo, with the same release dates as for the Nintendo Switch.

Excited to play the classic Final Fantasy Titles? Let us know in the comments below.

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