Final Fantasy IV Goes 3D
"You dirty fork."
The remake of the SNES classic has finally gotten an official release date. Scheduled for July 22, the game features fully 3D graphics, remixed music, CG scenes with full voice acting, bonus content and spoony bards.
An augment feature also allows you to assign special abilities to characters, and the game will be the first straight RPG-style Final Fantasy game to have wi-fi compatibility. Train and customize your own Whytkin by engaging in a variety of mini-games head-to-head with other players.
"FINAL FANTASY IV for DS is a classic revived for the 21st century," said John Yamamoto, president and chief executive officer of Square Enix, Inc. "The visual upgrades are remarkable, and the plot has been enhanced with added detail and depth. We hope that fans of the original, as well as players new to the FINAL FANTASY franchise, will enjoy all that this title has to offer."
Now featuring full 3D graphics, fully-voiced dramatic cutscenes, and added content, FINAL FANTASY IV for DS is a must-play for those looking to jump into the best-selling RPG franchise in the world.