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Friday, September 19th, 2008
Posted by Reeve at 04:10 PM EST

Kingdom Hearts: CoM Remake Confirmed, Dated For North America

In our previous update, we mentioned a rumor that the PS2 remake of Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories would be released in the US. Today, that rumor has been confirmed. Game|Life reports that this budget-priced remake will be released as Kingdom Hearts Re: Chain of Memories, and will arrive in North American stores on December 2nd. For more details, check out the press release from Square Enix.


Saturday, September 13th, 2008
Posted by Reeve at 08:50 AM EST

Kingdom Hearts: CoM Remake Rumored for US, Crisis Core Sales Update

Via GAF, we've learned that 1UP has posted a rumor that the PlayStation 2 remake of the Game Boy Advance title Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories will make its way to the US, where it would retail for $29.99. Chain of Memories takes place between Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II, and features cameos by FFVII's Cloud, Aerith, Cid, and Yuffie; FFVIII's Squall; and the Final Fantasy series' lovable Moogles. The remade version was originally included with Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix+; however, please note that Final Mix+ itself is not mentioned in this rumor as a possible US release.

Next up: a report on how well Crisis Core has been selling. As of this writing, it is the third all-time bestselling PSP game in Japan, after Capcom titles Monster Hunter 2nd G and Monster Hunter 2nd. Crisis Core is also a big seller in the West, even months after its release. According to Gamasutra's most recent roundup of Amazon sales data, it is currently the top-selling PSP game in the US, and in the UK, it is second only to Sony's own God of War: Chains of Olympus.


Tuesday, September 9th, 2008
Posted by Reeve at 02:13 PM EST

AC Complete, Dissidia, and More at Tokyo Game Show

Yesterday, Square Enix unveiled their lineup for this year's Tokyo Game Show, taking place Oct. 9-12. Dissidia: Final Fantasy will be playable at the event, and a new trailer for Advent Children Complete will be shown. Other titles to be shown (in one form or another) include The Last Remnant, Chrono Trigger DS, Dragon Quest IX, and all of the upcoming Kingdom Hearts spinoffs and Final Fantasy XIII titles.


Sunday, September 7th, 2008
Posted by Reeve at 08:03 AM EST

Two US Final Fantasy Concerts Announced

RPGFan has posted news of two more stops in the Final Fantasy-themed Distant Worlds concert series (previously mentioned here), both of which are in the United States. Distant Worlds is coming to Denver, CO on October 8th of this year, and Grand Rapids, MI on April 14, 2009. If you're interested in attending, tickets can be purchased via the official Distant Worlds website.


Thursday, September 4th, 2008
Posted by Reeve at 08:55 AM EST

Dissidia: Final Fantasy Trailer and Release Info

The latest trailer for the Final Fantasy fighting game Dissidia is now up at PSP Fanboy. It features plenty of new cutscene and gameplay footage, including some of FFVII's Sephiroth.

Dissisia will be released in Japan on December 18 of this year, and will be available both by itself and as part of a special PSP-3000 bundle. Release dates for the rest of the world have yet to be announced.


Monday, September 1st, 2008
Posted by CloudANDTidus at 01:32 PM EST

Wonder Square guide

For todayís update I'm pleased to introduce an in-depth guide to the Golden Saucer's Wonder Square to the Citadel's strategy section. Including descriptions, tips, tricks and a list of the prizes on offer; itís well worth a read for those both new and old to Final Fantasy VII.