Latest look at Final Fantasy Adventure remake

New screenshots from Famitsu.com.

Famitsu has gone up with its first online preview of Square Enix’s upcoming Final Fantasy Adventure remake for PS Vita, iOS, and Android.

The remake will feature brand-new 3D graphics and controls, a new arrange by original composer Kenji Ito, and more.

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Players will have access to six weapon types and eight magic types. You’ll have free control over your character on the field while attacking and evading against enemies.

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The series’ familiar Ring Command system has been refined, and there’s also a Half-Ring Command. You can also more easily switch between your weapons and armor. There will be Shortcut Commands that weren’t in the original game, and you can register magic and items for smooth use.

Final Fantasy Adventure is due out for PS Vita, iOS, and Android in Japan this winter. If you missed it back in September, catch the debut trailer here.

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