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Square Enix recently published a video for Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition that gives us a look at the game’s cross-play support. Check out the footage below.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition arrives for Switch on August 27.

Square Enix has provided a status update on Bravely Default II. According to a message posted on social media, the RPG is in the final stages of development. The news was relayed alongside the announcement that the mobile game Bravely Default: Fairy’s Effect will be shutting down on August 31.

Bravely Default II was announced for Switch at The Game Awards 2019 in December. The title is launching later this year, so it’s not entirely surprising that things are starting to wrap up. Perhaps we’ll be seeing it sooner rather than later.

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Square Enix shared the latest trailer for Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition. In the video, we get a first look at a special “Lite” version.

The Lite version of Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition is expected on August 28. You’ll be able to try out the first three dungeons with up to four friends in online play. Additionally, you’ll be able to play with those that have the full game. Save data can be carried over as well. If the person hosting the game purchased the full version, it’ll actually be possible to play through all thirteen dungeons with them.

We have the new Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition trailer below.

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An anime based on The World Ends with You is on the way, Square Enix has revealed.

A teaser site is currently live hereConcrete information is expected during Anime Expo Lite on July 3 at 6 PM PT / 9 PM ET. Previously, a special piece of art was shared in collaboration with the online event.

The World Ends with You originally came to DS in 2007 (the overseas release happened a year later). Switch then received The World Ends with You: Final Mix in 2018.

Final Fantasy VII has been updated on Switch, and the game is now at version 1.0.2. The update addresses just a couple of issues.

Below are the official patch notes:

Bravely Default II developers Tomoya Asano and Masashi Takahashi spoke more about the RPG in a previous issue of Famitsu. The two hinted at possible online functionality, addressed the chances of another demo with save data transfer, and more.

Here’s the full roundup of tidbits:

If you haven’t been keeping up with the Bravely series, now might be the time for a refresher. The franchise started out on 3DS with Bravely Default, which was followed up with Bravely Second. Now Square Enix is readying Bravely Default II for Switch this year.

In an issue of Famitsu, Tomoya Asano (leader of the Asano Team) and Masashi Takahashi (producer) commented on how they settled on the final name. We heard a bit about this previously, but now we have the full explanation.

As translated by Oni Dino, the two shared the following:

Square Enix has shared an official announcement for Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory. The rhythm-action game, announced for Switch earlier in the week, has also received an English trailer.

Here’s the full roundup:

Square Enix has issued a new batch of screenshots from Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory, which was announced for Switch earlier this week. We have the images below.

Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory launches for Switch worldwide in 2020. Read more about the game in our initial post here.

Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory is in development and will be released on Switch, Square Enix has just announced. It will launch later this year.

Square Enix describes Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory as a rhythm action game. It will feature over 140 songs, including ones from Disney. Four modes will be available, including online battles.

Here’s the debut trailer: