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The Final Fantasy ‘Something for Everyone’ trailer previews upcoming releases

Get excited for a bunch of re-released Final Fantasy games with the ‘Something for Everyone’ trailer.



Final Fantasy Something for Everybody trailer

Get excited for a bunch of new re-released Final Fantasy games with the ‘Something for Everyone’ trailer.

In the latest incident of advertising something that really doesn’t need advertising – see also, Nintendo’s recent Breath of the Wild trailer – Square has produced a trailer for its upcoming releases. Most of them are stone cold classics that need no introduction.

Titled the ‘Something for Everyone’ trailer, it features a breadth of titles that, erm, Square has recycled and ported to Nintendo Switch and Xbox One. That’s right, there’s not a single new game among them.


That doesn’t mean it’s not a brilliant selection, however, and more games on the Nintendo Switch is always welcome news.

Without further ado, here’s the Final Fantasy ‘Something for Everyone’ trailer:

In case you missed it, here’s everything shown therein:

  • Final Fantasy VII (Switch, Xbox One) – March 26, 2019
  • Final Fantasy IX (Switch, Xbox One) – Available now
  • Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster (Switch, Xbox One) – April 16, 2019
  • Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age (Switch, Xbox One) – April 30, 2019
  • Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition (Switch, PS4) – 2019
  • Chocobo’s Mystery Dungeon Every Buddy (Switch, PS4) – March 20, 2019

None of it is new, but that doesn’t mean it’s not all brilliant.

And the more people who get to play Chocobo’s Mystery Dungeon – the roguelite adventure series combined with turn-based JRPG combat, featuring everyone’s favourite giant chicken ostrich hybrid – the better.

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