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This month’s issue of Nintendo Dream has an interview with Square Enix’s Tetsuya Nomura and Masanobu Suzui from Indieszero. The two were pretty much there to promote Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory, though the discussion closed out in an interesting way.

Nintendo Dream ended the interview by asking what the two developers wanted to highlight about Melody of Memory. Eventually, after a few exchanges, Suzui and Nomura said the following (as translated by Nintendo Everything’s Oni Dino):

Square Enix is bringing the Final Fantasy VII / Final Fantasy VIII Remastered Twin Pack to Europe, the company has announced. This was previously released in Asia last year.

As the name implies, you’re getting two games here: Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy VIII Remastered. Both are being sold together as a single physical release.

Final Fantasy VII / Final Fantasy VIII Remastered Twin Pack releases in Europe on December 4 for €39.99. Square Enix is taking pre-orders through its online store here.

To promote the newly-released demo, Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory has received another trailer. Get a look at the video below.

Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory launches for Switch on November 13.

The demo for Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory is starting to appear on the Switch eShop. For a look at some footage, check out the video below.

The full version of Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory will launch for Switch on

Update: Despite what Square Enix announced, Nintendo says the demo is releasing today.

Original: Square Enix has dated the recently-announced Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory demo. Players will be able to try out the title starting on October 15.

The demo contains four Field Battle Music Stages as well as two Co-op Music Stages for a total of six playable songs.

Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory is due out for Switch on November 13.


Bravely Default is officially eight years old. The RPG originally launched for 3DS on October 11, 2012, though it wouldn’t reach the west until the west a year later. Square Enix celebrated the milestone today with art for the game.

Fans are currently waiting for the latest entry in the series, Bravely Default II. Although there hasn’t been a proper update in quite some time, Square Enix says that news is coming soon.

Bravely Default II was last said to be releasing in 2020. With less than three months remaining in the year, it’s unclear if that’s still the case.


Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition received a new 1.0.2 update on Switch today. Among what’s new is the ability to skip boss appearance sequences and Myrrh drop acquisition events while playing multiplayer.

Below are the full patch notes:

On October 14th, Square Enix will be releasing the 1.1.0 update for Trials of Mana. The update adds the “No Future” and “Very Hard” difficulty settings plus additional content, and clearing the game on the “No Future” difficulty setting will reward the player with the “Rabite Slippers” as featured above. You can take a look at the update’s patch notes, which adds various quality of life improvements, as rounded up by Gematsu after the break:

Square Enix has provided an update on the 3D platformer Balan Wonderworld. Today’s report covers the game’s enemies, bosses, local co-op, and more.

Here’s the full rundown:

Square Enix has issued a new TGS 2020 Online trailer for Collection of SaGa Final Fantasy Legend. Have a look at the video below.

Collection of SaGa Final Fantasy Legend will be hitting Switch on December 15.