Final Fantasy Type-0 has been the source of Western JRPG fans’ desires ever since it released in Japan almost three years ago, culminating in the creation of a very public unofficial translation. Alas, it appears that publisher Square Enix has heard your pleas for the legendary PlayStation Portable release, as an upgraded version of the classic has been announced for the PlayStation 4 and Vita at E3 today.
"I’d like to start this out by thanking everyone who let us know how badly you wanted this game,” senior manager Sakura Minamida wrote on the PlayStation Blog. “Ever since the original PSP release in Japan, you guys have never given up on it, raising your voices in an effort to see this title come to North America and Europe. Well, I’m here to tell you that it’s coming and it’s going to be in HD.”
There’s no word on a release date or a price point just yet, but we suspect that the mere confirmation should be enough to send a smile across your sleepy chops. For those out of the loop, this is widely regarded as one of the better Final Fantasy titles in recent times, adopting a gameplay system similar to fellow PSP favourite Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII. Are you one of those people that’s been patiently waiting for this game? Show no Strife in the comments section below.
Update: The PlayStation Blog has updated its original article, stating that Final Fantasy Type-0 is not coming to the Vita, after all. It's still definitely coming to the PS4, though. We think...