The given reasoning is simpler than fans might think.
The company's latest classic RPG revival is slated to land early next year with 3D graphics, voice acting, and enhanced gameplay.
The delay affects both North American and European versions of the title.
The 16-bit classic is getting the modern treatment, but there's no word yet on a proper English localization.
Now you can play this colorful board game with both Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest favorites.