Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster is Available Now; Now Can We Humor the Idea of These Coming to New Platforms?
Square Enix has released their Pixel Remaster series’s sixth and final title, Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster, on PC-via Steam and mobile devices.
Players will find that the game has been enhanced with 2D pixel graphics created by Kazuko Shibuya, the original artist, and current collaborator. Further, the game’s soundtrack has been rearranged, which was overseen by the original composer Nobuo Uematsu. Quality-of-life systems such as modern UI and auto-battle options are also available with an added gallery, music player, and bestiary.
Final Fantasy VI launched on SNES in 1994 and has since received numerous ports. In this adventure, players find themselves on an experience that follows The War of the Magi. A thousand years after those events, humanity has been rebuilt, and a character named Terra appears with mysterious powers. She meets Locke on a mission that helps Terra escape the Empire.
Special Soundtracks are also available including:
- “Locke’s Theme” (Timelapse Remix)
- “The Decisive Battle” (Timelapse Remix)
- “Terra’s Theme” (Timelapse Remix)
- “Searching for Friends” (Timelapse Remix)
- “Aria di Mezzo Carattere” (Instrumental)
If you missed it, check out our review of Final Fantasy V Pixel Remaster’s PC release.
You can watch the launch trailer for Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster below to see the updates in action:
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