THE LAST REMNANT Remastered out now on iOS and Android

Plus go behind the scenes with the devs and find out how they made the game!
By Square Enix Team
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One of the most memorable RPGs of recent years is now available to a whole new audience. THE LAST REMNANT Remastered is out now on mobile devices via the App Store and Google Play.

Originally released in 2008, THE LAST REMNANT puts players in the shoes of Sykes, a young warrior. When his sister Irina is kidnapped by a mysterious organisation, he sets off on an epic journey that will change the world.

The game was created by a who’s who of JRPG talent, including Akitoshi Kawazu (FINAL FANTASY and SaGa series), Yusuke Naora (Art Director on FINAL FANTASY X, FINAL FANTASY XV) and Hiroshi Takai (Assistant Director on FINAL FANTASY XIV Online: A Realm Reborn).

They created an RPG that plays like no other. It features a unique morale system, which can change the outcome of battle, and a wonderfully deep combat system, where your commands can change depending on the status of allies and enemies.

The making of THE LAST REMNANT Remastered

Once you’ve played the game, you might want to know a little more about how it came to be.

In this entry in our ‘Inside…’ documentary series, the creators of the game, including Executive Producer and Writer Akitoshi Kawazu and Art Director Yusuke Naora, share their memories how they created this one of a kind adventure. Take a look:

THE LAST REMNANT Remastered is available to download on mobile now:

It’s also available on other platforms, including PS4 and Nintendo Switch:

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Jandroid93
With all of the remakes and remasters of past Square Enix titles coming out, I'm still hoping to see Final Fantasy Anthology HD Remastered and Final Fantasy Chronicles HD Remastered to be released. Final Fantasy IV, Final Fantasy V, Final Fantasy VI, and Chrono Trigger were amazing 16-bit classics that definitely deserves a remaster for the current generation platforms.