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Square Enix Switch sale Legend of Mana SaGa Emerald Beyond

Square Enix just kicked off a July 2024 Switch eShop sale, and a bunch of games are at their lowest prices ever – including Legend of Mana, SaGa Emerald Beyond, and more. Over 50 titles have been discounted.

If you’re interested in checking out the full lineup of games on sales, continue on below.

PowerWash Simulator Alice's Adventure

June 7: PowerWash Simulator is still cranking out new content, and the latest reveal is that the game is getting Alice’s Adventure DLC.

With the new Special Pack, players will encounter Cheshire Cat and go on a quest to clean up the psychedelic land of wonder. Here’s some additional information: 

Gex Trilogy, which was previously announced for Switch last year, just resurfaced. A trailer for the game was shown during LRG3 2024.

Gex Trilogy will not only include multiple games, but some new features like the ability to rewind and save at any point. Here’s the official description:

Dragon Quest III HD-2D Remake Collector's Edition

Square Enix has announced a special collector’s edition for Dragon Quest III HD-2D Remake. Note that quantities are limited.

Aside from the game, players will be given extra goodies. Each unit includes a collectible game case storage box, character and monster acrylic blocks complete set, Adventure Accessory Kit (in-game item), and two digital wallpapers for PC. The Adventurous Accessory Kit contains a Strength Ring, Dragon Scale, Words of Wisdom, and Cat Suit.

More information about the storage box and acrylic blocks set can be found below.

Square Enix is working on a new Romancing SaGa remake, and has announced Romancing SaGa 2: Revenge of the Seven. Switch will be getting it on October 24, 2024.

Romancing SaGa 2 originally came out in 1993. This new version of the RPG has been fully realized in 3D and HD, and has updated elements such as improved gameplay.

Square Enix has shared the following details:

Dragon Quest I II III HD-2D Remake

The HD-2D remake of Dragon Quest III popped up during today’s Nintendo Direct with the latest news from Square Enix, and it was also revealed that Dragon Quest I & II are getting the same treatment. 

This release has taken a turn since when it was first announced. Originally, Square Enix unveiled the game in 2021, and that was only for an HD-2D version of Dragon Quest III. There was never any thought that the first two titles in the series would be getting the same treatment, though fans have more recently speculated that they could be a part of the package. The move makes sense as Dragon Quest I-III are part of the same story.

Thanks to Square Enix, we have the following details:

Fantasian

Fantasian, the well-received RPG from Mistwalker, has just been announced for release on Switch as Fantasian Neo Dimension. Square Enix will be publishing in Winter 2024.

Fantasian has been locked to Apple Arcade since 2021. The game was written and produced by Hironobu Sakaguchi, the creator of Final Fantasy. Nobuo Uematsu, known for his work on Final Fantasy as well, composed the soundtrack. As for Mistwalker, the studio previously worked on The Last Story for Wii, Blue Dragon, Lost Odyssey, and more.

Learn more about the title in the following overview:

SaGa Emerald Beyond update

Square Enix issued a new update for SaGa Emerald Beyond, and we have the full patch notes.

The patch includes some smaller additions / quality of life improvements. On top of that, there are a few adjustments and bug fixes.

Here’s the full rundown:

Final Fantasy XIV Switch 2

Could Final Fantasy XIV end up on Switch 2? Naoki Yoshida isn’t ruling out the possibility, at least.

Yoshida was posed that question during an interview with Easy Allies. In his response, he mentioned wanting the game to be played on as many devices as possible. On top of that, Square Enix “would love to have our title available on the Nintendo platform”. 

Life is Strange: Double Exposure

June 9: Life is Strange: Double Exposure has just been revealed, and it’s been confirmed that the game is coming to Switch. The title initially launches on October 29, but it’ll be appearing on Nintendo’s console at a later date.

Life is Strange: Double Exposure is the first entry in the series since True Colors. Max Caulfield, the star of the franchise’s first game, is back with a new story.


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