Square Enix was sort of…at E3 2014.
Final Fantasy VII G-Bike
Square Enix might not give you the Final Fantasy VII remake you crave but goddammit if it won’t exploit the franchise for all its worth. Next up is Final Fantasy VII G-Bike which is racing-based. Yes, that’s how far we’ve devolved with the series. Check out the trailer above.
Final Fantasy Agito
Now this is more like it: Final Fantasy Agito is finally available for iOS and Android in Japan. The game is actually set during a different “cycle” in the Type-0 universe so you’ll encounter some familiar characters with different abilities and a new cast. The gameplay will be more tactical than, say, FFXIII and it does look pretty. Hopefully it receives a Western release like Type-0 HD.
Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call
New songs! New characters! More bizarre, off-kilter character design played off super seriously! Plus, there will be a new versus mode. Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call already had a decent run in Japan and will be out in North America on September 16th and in Europe on September 19th. Look out for it on the 3DS.