Prepare to relive the ups and downs of Star Ocean: The Last Hope, as the newly remastered version gears up to launch digitally this week. Star Ocean: The Last Hope 4K & Full HD Remaster is coming to PS4 and PC on November 28, with 4K support on PlayStation 4 Pro systems, and you can see a final preview of its upgraded look in the launch trailer after the jump.
A 4K and Full HD Remaster version was recently announced for Star Ocean: The Last Hope, and Square Enix followed up with plans for a western release. In fact, the North American and European launch is lined up for the same day as the Japanese release, November 28. Read on for more.
Square Enix's latest Star Ocean live stream revealed new plans for the series, including a "4K & Full HD Remaster version of 2009's Star Ocean: The Last Hope. As the name suggests, this version will support full HD on standard PS4s and up to 4K resolution on PS4 Pro, and it will also mark the series' first appearance on PC in a variety of resolutions. Read on for more.
Star Ocean: Till the End of Time originally launched on PlayStation 2 back in 2003, and a Director's Cut version with new modes and characters followed a year later. Now a downloadable HD rerelease is coming to PlayStation 4, complete with upgraded visuals that include cleaned up shadows and improved anti-aliasing. Read on for more.
We'll have to wait and see whether the new Star Ocean: Anamnesis mobile game is worth playing, but for now you can at least have some fun with a new animated trailer. Anamnesis just closed beta sign-ups, and it's currently scheduled to make its debut on iOS and Android this year, so dig into the video after the jump for some familiar faces.
Square Enix shared a new preview for upcoming smartphone RPG Star Ocean: Anamnesis this week. The latest footage from tri-Ace is brief, but it should give you a decent idea of what to expect from the game's battles.