The Last Remnant will be available in Europe for PC on March 20.
The Games for Windows version lets players choose between Japanese or English voice-overs, has improved character animations and allows multiple leader units.
Square Enix boss John Yamamoto said, “We hope to reach a new audience with the Games for Windows version of The Last Remnant.
“The work that has been put into this version of the game is truly stunning and I hope that fans enjoy this exciting new adventure.”
Press release posted below.
London (20th February 2009) – Square Enix Ltd., the publisher of Square Enix® interactive entertainment products in Europe and other PAL territories, today announces that the forthcoming Games for Windows® version of THE LAST REMNANT™ will be released across all PAL territories on 20th March.
From the makers of the FINAL FANTASY® series comes an epic new adventure. THE LAST REMNANT is a completely original adventure title, benefiting from the finest creative talent to build a lush, real-time fantasy world. The game’s battle system has been carefully crafted to deliver a brand-new experience for gamers, as they control forces in massive cinematic battles.
The Games for Windows version boasts a host of new features, these include; giving the player the choice to select Japanese or English voice-overs, improved character animations, the ability to allow multiple leader units to form unions and faster gameplay during battles.
John Yamamoto, president and chief executive officer of Square Enix Ltd. comments, “We hope to reach a new audience with the Games for Windows version of THE LAST REMNANT. The work that has been put into this version of the game is truly stunning and I hope that fans enjoy this exciting new adventure.”
For more information about THE LAST REMNANT and to find out about the new benchmark software and downloadable demo, please visit the official website at www.lastremnant-game.com
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