New Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age Trailer Released

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Back in March, Square Enix held a "Roadshow" presentation for their United Kingdom investors, and the slides from that presentation are now available online. Although there were some hints and previews dropped around from time to time, the release date of the upcoming action role-playing game is still uncertain. The document only indicated that they're both under the vague "FY2018 and beyond" bracket. Other games that might only be release in 2018 includes Final Fantasy VII Remake as well.

The classic PS2 Japanese role-playing game Final Fantasy XII is getting closer to its glorious current gen comeback with Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age, and Square Enix released a brand new trailer today showing what players should expect out of this remaster. The publisher has never announced an official release date for Kingdom Hears III, and in January, Square Enix's Tetsuya Nomura said both games "still [had] a ways to go".

In anticipation of the upcoming release of FINAL FANTASY® XII THE ZODIAC AGE Square Enix Ltd., today unveiled an all-new cinematic trailer introducing the epic adventure that lies ahead in the mystical world of Ivalice. This is worth buying if you love JRPGs or Final Fantasy games in general.

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In a translated interview with game director Tetsuya Nomura in KH Insider, Nomura admitted that he is a little anxious about these.

"Kingdom Hearts 3" is one of the highly-anticipated gaming titles under development from Square Enix. "But, there are many other titles releasing this year, and so I'd like for you to please wait for your 'surprise". The Zodiac Job System also tweaks how the summonable creatures called Espers work and lets players take control of guest characters who fight alongside the main party.

Finally, Nomura said that while he was sorry to keep people waiting, the added development time would ensure that both Kingdom Hearts 3 and Final Fantasy VII Remake would meet expectations.