First announced during today's Nintendo Direct, Square Enix revealed that a slew of the most popular games in one of gaming's most popular franchises, Final Fantasy, will soon be making their way to new platforms for the first time ever. This, of course, means Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition HD (which is available right now!), but some other titles that I've not even heard of. This not only includes the legendary Final Fantasy VII but IX, XII and X/X2 HD. It will be joined by the spinoff games World of Final Fantasy: Maxima on November 8 and Chocobo's Mystery Dungeon: Everybuddy! this winter.
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That's a lot of Final Fantasy, but I know what you're thinking: Where's VIII?
World of Final Fantasy Maxima is a cutesy adventure through Grymoire where you'll meet heroes from numerous past FF games, coming this November. The game supports two-player co-op.
Apple launches iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR
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Final Fantasy 7 is out now for PC, PS1, PS4, iOS, Android, and Nintendo Switch. When it was leaked (and then confirmed) that the Switch was getting the adorable mobile phone version of the game, Final Fantasy fans shrugged with approval - at least it was something.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos launches a $2 bln philanthropic fund
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