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All Articles: Final Fantasy VI
I was just lamenting how there were so many remakes and ports of games in the Final Fantasy series, but how I didn’t have a good way to play Final Fantasy VI. But now I can’t complain anymore, because on December 16th, Final Fantasy VI will be launching on Steam! “Veteran character designer Kazuko Shibuya has painstakingly recreated the graphics, bringing the world of Final Fantasy VI to your PC for the very first time!” exclaims the YouTube page.
Not only that, but the remake of the 1994 classic will even have Steam Achievements as well as those Trading Cards everyone loves. So clear your calendar for next Wednesday – it’s time to fight the Empire again. (Not that Empire – you’ll be able to get reacquainted with them the next day at 7:00 PM.)
Square Enix continues their classic RPG bombardment of the PlayStation Store with the addition of Final Fantasy VI to the PSone Classics lineup. Considered by many gamers (who obviously have never played Earthbound) to be the greatest RPG of all time, it’s now available to download for $9.99.
A trio of other games rounds out this week’s PlayStation Store update:
Wanted Corp ($9.99)
Play as a pair of intergalactic bounty hunters in this cooperative action-shooter to capture escaped intergalactic convicts who put up a big stinkin’ fight. Partake in pretty sweet destruction and defeat countless creatures in the name of makin’ fat wads of cash. environments.
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Dragon Age II ($29.99)
Embark on an all-new adventure in the Dragon Age saga. You are Hawke, one of the few who escaped the destruction of your homeland. Now, forced to fight for survival, you must gather the deadliest of allies, amass fame and fortune, and seal your place in history.
Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit ($29.99)
Multi-award winning including AIAS Best Racing Game & BAFTA Best Multiplayer Game. Blistering speeds, brutal busts and heart-stopping getaways are connected via Need for Speed Autolog, connecting friends for epic multiplayer events.
Finally, PSP owners will be able to download Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7 on their portable PlayStation handhelds this week.
For more information on all of these games and a complete look at this week’s new game add-ons (including the Resistance 3 “Brutality Pack” and the Battlefield 3 “Back to Karkand” pack), head over to the PlayStation.Blog.