It’s been an exciting month for fans of old-school Square Enix role-playing games, as two of its classic RPGs have received impressive remakes. GemDrops and Square Enix on November 2nd Star Ocean: The Second Story PS1 cult classic gets the HD-2D treatment as ArtePiaza and Nintendo remake Square’s SNES classic super mario rpg Released on 17 November. Since both games have rarely been re-released, it’s great to see each getting the drastic mod visual makeover they deserve.
However, these are far from the only retro Square Enix RPGs that deserve this treatment. Over the years, Square Enix has shown some love to more obscure classics like live Alive, the world Ends With YouAnd Valkyrie Profile, Yet many other games and series are still locked to older platforms. At the very least, they’re eligible for re-release through something like the PS Plus game catalog’s Classic Library. If this remake trend continues, these five games should be next in line super mario rpg and sTar Ocean: The Second Story Treatment.
Getting the obvious choice out of the way first, it’s still baffling Chrono Trigger Not available on any modern game console. If you want to try out this classic you’ll have to settle for a weak PC and mobile port or emulate the SNES original or the DS remake. An RPG that’s so impressive and brilliant deserves a modern upgrade. When it comes to remakes, Square Enix could approach it in a number of ways. it can give Chrono Trigger A remaster similar to chrono crossGo the HD-2D route when updating this, or opt for the remake style test of mind, No matter which option he chooses, I will definitely play him.
Parasite Eve is a horror RPG series that debuted on PlayStation, but has not seen any new entries since then 3rd birthday On PlayStation Plus. There aren’t many other games that look or play like it, so it must be re-released, remastered, or remade to bring it to a modern audience. parasite eve A little different than all the other games on this list because of how the original finds the midpoint between the classic Resident Evil and the classic Final Fantasy. A remake of the first game in the series might need something close to resident evil 4’s Remake – but with RPG elements – rather than the type of more simple overhaul that Square Enix gives many of its older games.
First nearer And NieR Automata, Yoko Taro created the iconic classic Drakengard series. These games, which are technically related to NieR, are all very strange action RPGs that tell fascinating stories, but can be frustrating to actually play. Over time, it is becoming increasingly difficult to go back to watch the series again. A remaster or remake of the first Drakengard game that retains its charm while making it a more enjoyable experience could potentially introduce many new players to this thought-provoking series. In a world where NieR is now popular, I think it’s time for Drakengard to take another chance.
Square Enix still retains the rights to xenogears, the ambitious PlayStation RPG that was Monolith Soft’s first game and a spiritual predecessor to the now popular Xenoblade series. Unfortunately, Square Enix doesn’t generally acknowledge this great game, with the occasional reference to one of its mobile games or games like it. hi-fi rush, at the very least, xenogears It is intended to be re-released on current PlayStation and Nintendo consoles this year. But I would love to see what a full remake, possibly made in collaboration between Nintendo and Monolith Soft, would look like.
When Enix was its own entity, it published several attractive RPGs on the SNES, including terraenigma, Although this RPG plays more like Ys or The Legend of Zelda than Final Fantasy, it’s an under-the-radar retro game that still feels enjoyable today. Although rights issues make any rerelease difficult, I hope Square Enix finds a way to sort it out and bring this hidden gem to modern platforms. terraenigma Exactly who is an ideal candidate to receive HD-2D treatment live Alive received. It would be a pleasure to see Square Enix once again bring a great SNES game out of obscurity.