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After several delays, Square-Enix’s Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition for Switch is just around the corner. With the release upon us, we’ve uploaded some direct-feed capture of the Switch version which showcases dungeon crawling, the menu system, game-flow, and more.

We’ll have critiques on our upcoming podcast episode this weekend, so please look forward to it.

Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory will release for Switch on November 13, Square Enix has announced.

Here’s an overview of the game:

Square Enix has published a new behind the scenes video for Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition. Original producer Akitoshi Kawazu as well as original character designer / art director Toshiyuki Itahana look at some of the secrets and anecdotes from the development of the game.

Here’s the full video:

Square Enix recently provided some details on how online matchmaking will work in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered.

Please note that the specific wording on phrases are Oni Dino’s translation, and may differ from the official English localization.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition will feature 13 newly-added post-game dungeons, Square Enix has announced.

These extra areas, which are more difficult than normal, offer new equipment item recipes that were not included in the original game. Players will be able to obtain new accessories, weapons, and armor. Also new is the ability to use “Crystal Memories” in these dungeons, which allow players to use moves previously unique to bosses.

Here’s a look at the new dungeons:

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition is introducing a “Mimic” feature. With it, your character can take on the form of different people you meet on your journey. Square Enix has now introduced DLC that will involve characters from previous entries in the series.

Here’s the full lineup:

The re-branding of the card game spin-off Dragon Quest Rivals to Dragon Quest Rivals Ace was announced last week, but now Square Enix has published the release date in a new trailer. The game is dropping August 13, 2020 in Japan and its bringing a ton of new content, such as a new single player mode and card packs. 

While the game is still currently a Japan-only title, it is free-to-play, so other regions can download the game via the Japanese eShop for free if they so desire.

The full release date trailer is linked below to view. 

Thanks to Famitsu, we have ten minutes of footage from Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition. Have a look at the gameplay below.

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

It appears the Japanese exclusive Dragon Quest Rivals is getting a major content refresh in August 2020. This content will include a solo adventure mode as well as some new card packs.  There will also be a re-branding of the game from Dragon Quest Rivals to Dragon Quest Rivals Aces.

This announcement comes with a full CGI teaser trailer that has been included below.

Dragon Quest Rivals is currently available on the Japanese eShop for free.

Square Enix has shared new information about the 3D action-platformer Balan Wonderworld. Information has been provided about the game’s premise, costumes feature, story, and characters.

Here’s the full rundown: