By Hemaja Burud
Before the end of the year, the Japanese publisher will release another 10 RPGs, but just one of them is Final Fantasy.
Square Enix has, however, not only produced more of these mid-tier games this year, but also several that are of a better caliber.
The DioField Chronicle, Valkyrie Elysium, and The Voice of Cards: The Beasts of Burden have all received favorable reviews thus far.
One of the most distinctive series that Square Enix has recently released is Voice of Cards, which was created by studio Alim.
The Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars, the first game, was published in October 2021.
with Square Enix publishing The Forsaken Maiden and The Beasts of Burden as two additional follow-up games this year. Additionally, Square Enix has improved the creativity of their strategic games.
The real-time strategic gameplay in The DioField Chronicle is comparable to that in League of Legends or Halo Wars.
Thank god for titles like Triangle Strategy and The DioField Chronicle since one of Square Enix's experiments
What worries me is the transition of several of its long-running series from turn-based games to action RPGs.
The Final Fantasy series is the most known example of this. The first of the forthcoming Front Mission remake games, due out in November,
I'm pleased to find that the game's grid-based tactical RPG combat has not changed. The same is being done with the November release of the Tactics Ogre remaster.