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WonderSwan FFI, II, III & Working Chocobo Pics!

Long after their announcement, the WonderSwan remakes of Final Fantasy I, II and III (the Japanese NES ones, two of which were never published outside Japan) will finally be released with the first title arriving this December. The rest will come out next year. Not only will the graphics be totally enhanced, but the gameplay will be improved and the menus will be entirely reorganized. Also, Final Fantasy being one of the first WS color games, the system will be released together with the game in a special package, for the price of 9,999 yen (about $95).

We have 18 screenshots of Final Fantasy, Final Fantasy II and Final Fantasy III, and take a look at these "before/after" screen shots that compare the old versions to the new ones:

Final Fantasy:

1987 remake
1987 remake
1987 remake
1987 remake
1987 remake

Final Fantasy II:

1988 remake
1988 remake

Final Fantasy III:

1990 remake
1990 remake

In other related news, Square has announced that Working Chocobo will have complete WonderSwan Color support. See for yourself by checking out these 21 color screen shots! Working Chocobo will release on September 21st for 4,200 yen.

Date Updated:
September 13th, 2000

Time Updated:
6:07 PM


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