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As inheritors of a storied legacy, the Warriors of Light are bound by destiny to maintain harmony in the world. Their predecessors, who sought to seal for all eternity the malevolent force that threatens all of existence, could not foresee the nature of its resurrection. The strength that arises from unity may also tilt the tenuous balance toward chaos.
Final Fantasy V has been available in Europe on PSN since April 13, and Final Fantasy VI since June 2. Chrono Cross has never been made available in Europe - with Square Enix previously advising "unfortunately a combination of technical and business reasons means that Chrono Cross will not be released in any PAL territory"1 - hopefully this changes and a PSN release is on the cards.
Square Enix is publishing SQ chips on September 211. This an 8-bit arranged album which includes music from a number of new and old titles and is the latest in the SQ series. Hit the jump for a list of all the games represented. Read on
Not long ago, the face of the video game industry had a form far different than what we see today. During the years leading up to the current console generation, Japan ran the show, leaving Western gamers at the mercy of sluggish localizations and with no choice but to read and re-read import coverage as they waited impatiently for killer titles to trickle overseas. Even landmark, blockbuster games like Final Fantasy VII took their time in making the transition to English; nine months separated the Japanese and American releases of the franchise's 32-bit debut, an unthinkable delay today.
Check out track samples (and a nostalgic screenshot/pixel-art slide show) from the just-released chillout arrange album in this new PV from Square. Includes a variation on Final Fantasy VI'sAria which is guaranteed to turn heads.