Final Fantasy Games Coming to Nintendo Switch and Xbox One

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Final Fantasy has been a Playstation-exclusive genre for many years, nearly since its inception, though those games were originally coming out on the oldest first-generation Nintendo consoles before Square Enix and Sony established themselves and moved it to Playstation consoles. The releases are expected to come as early as 2019 to both the platforms.

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For those of you who weren't able to watch the Nintendo Direct, World of Final Fantasy Maxima is a "leveled up" version of the base game that lets players control their favorite Final Fantasy characters (dubbed Champions) in battle. The game supports two-player co-op. The game offers the entire story of the Final Fantasy XV game.

During yesterday's Nintendo Direct presentation, it was revealed that a slew of Final Fantasy games would be making their way to the Nintendo Switch.

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One of the most in-depth trailers yet, fans are also treated to a closer look at the combat system, support characters and in-game environments.

If you've played some of the classic Final Fantasy games but have since stopped following the franchise because you started playing on an Xbox, you're about to get another chance to experience some of the franchise's greatest entries. At the same time, Tuttle revealed that the next title to arrive will be World of Final Fantasy Maxima, which will be available on November 6.

To their surprise, however, the princess herself yearned to escape the castle. The first game focuses on Tidus as he becomes a Guardian for Yuna, who has taken it upon herself to rid the world of Sin by completing the grand pilgrimage. (I asked Square why it's skipping FFVIII, but haven't heard back yet.) It's not like Final Fantasy VIII is some reviled piece of history that the company should pretend never happened, like Final Fantasy IV: The After Years. Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac AgeEnter an era of war within the world of Ivalice.

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