Final Fantasy V Pixel Remaster now available for Android, iOS and PC

Square Enix released this Wednesday (10) the fifth title in the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster series for PC, Android, and iOS Devices. With this release, there is only one title remaining – Final Fantasy VI. The Pixel Remaster compilation brings the graphics to a uniform pixel-artistic style that is reminiscent of the NES and SNES era. We saw the release of the first three titles first, followed by Final Fantasy IV, and now Final Fantasy V.

As aforementioned, This upgrade brings graphical and audio improvements to the featured titles. Graphically, the remasters arrive with pixelated 2D graphics with character designs faithful to the original, currently being joined by Kazuko Shibuya, the franchise’s original artist. The soundtrack also remained faithful under the supervision of Nobuo Uematsu, the series’ original composer.

Other additions are optimizations for mobile devices and PC, as well as extras that extend the life of games. In Final Fantasy V Pixel Remastered we will relive the story about the disappearance of King Tycoon and our journey with a young man, his Chocobo, and friends, to change the world. Just like other titles, the Final Fantasy V Pixel Remaster is arriving with a premium price tag. So, it’s almost like paying for a console title.

Final Fantasy V

Final Fantasy V is one of the most iconic games in the classic series. It brings back the Job system from Final Fantasy III but expands it even further. As aforementioned, the last title remaining is Final Fantasy IV. This one is one of the most successful games in the whole saga. It features rich stories and characters and is one of the games that have a huge demand for a remake.

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