The recent remake of Final Fantasy IV has officially been released on Steam, allowing PC players to get in on the updated RPG that was originally only available on the Nintendo DS, iOS and Android devices.
The Final Fantasy IV remake features some nifty new additions, including a jukebox that lets you indulge in the soundtrack whenever you feel the need, full voiced dramatic cut scenes and a new system for charting dungeons and their many secrets.
The PC release also has full controller support as well as 58 achievements to er, achieve?
It’s not too heavy on system requirements either, as long as you have a PC that wasn’t being used during the cold war then you’ll probably be able to run it just fine, but in case you are living in a bunker (then how do you have internet to read this?!) the requirements are listed below. Helpful chaps that we are.
- OS: Windows Vista, 7, 8
- Processor: Pentium 4 2.4 GHz
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- DirectX: Version 10
- Hard Drive: 750 MB available space
It’s a decent little port for those who didn’t get stuck into the deep story on the DS or iOS and Android releases, and it’s less than £15 making it a steal.
That’s not all though. Final Fantasy XIII might be following Final Fantasy IV onto the PC sooner rather than later. The logo for Steam was seen on the website for the aforementioned RPG, hinting that the PS3/Xbox 360 game may be getting a port to the trusty PC platform. Intrigued? We are.
Will you be jumping into Final Fantasy IV on your PC/laptop? Or do you prefer to get intimate under the covers with your DS/smartphone? Cast your comment down below.
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