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Post by Eorl @ 10:53am 18/09/14 | 0 Comments
Final Fantasy IV has been made available on Steam this morning, bringing Square Enix's classic title onto PC with a fresh coat of paint.

According to the game's listing, this new PC version of Final Fantasy 4 boasts "fully voiced, dramatic cut-scenes," a new system for charting in-game dungeons and an "inspiring score" which can be accessed in-game via a new jukebox feature.

This latest iteration of Final Fantasy 4 utilizes the same super-deformed polygonal characters first seen in the 2007 Nintendo DS remake, but with graphics that are optimized for the PC. It has been priced at $16 and you can grab it directly from Steam now.



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