Monday, 14 September 2015

'Final Fantasy V' for PC to be released Sept. 24 on Steam

 

For the avid role-playing gamers out there, "Final Fantasy" is a gaming franchise that needs no further introduction. It has been a game that many have taken on for decades and now it looks like folks will have the chance to relive those memories once again.
The only difference this time around is that the game will reportedly carry enhanced graphics, although shelling out $15.99 for one could be up for debate.
The game is likely to be similar to the iOS release which puts some concern on how the overall presentation of the game could turn out. Regardless and knowing the abundance of gamers who miss the good old "Final Fantasy" days, expect some folks to try it out to rekindle those good old days with better controls with their personal computer (PC).
The game's PC version will become available starting Sept. 24 and will be distributed by Valve's Steam distribution platform. The availability of "Final Fantasy V" comes no less from Square Enix.
Among the features that "Final Fantasy V" is expected to offer include customization, updated controls, and most likely an optional game boss in Enuo designed by Tetsuya Nomura. An extra dungeon called the Sealed Temple, which was last seen in 2006, will also be included.
The revelation of release for "Final Fantasy V" follows an irregular release of the "Final Fantasy" game franchise. Other planned release for "Final Fantasy" include PC versions for parts III, IV, VII, VIII, XIII, and XIII-2, as well as for "Type-0 HD" and "Lightning Returns." 
For the ones planning to get one, it would be best to take note of the PC requirements before purchasing ahead.
The good news is that most PCs to date should have no problem meeting the requirements. Such include Windows Vista 32-bit, a 2.4 GHz Pentium 4 CPU, 2GB RAM, and DirectX 10.
Check out the game trailer release below: