Enix Square re-released the last remnant on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch almost exactly a year ago. Role playing was first launched on the Xbox 360 console in 2008. At that time, it was mostly welcomed by mid-term reviews, mainly due to many technical issues such as inconsistent frame rates and texture pop-ups. In the defense of Square Enix, many of the first games of Unreal Engine 3 were funny confusions (see, for example, the original Mass Effect). The 2009 PC release and last year’s remastering wiped out most of these problems and helped the game find a more acceptable audience – although it is fair to say that the Square Enix back catalog has better lesser known gems.
Like most Square Enix mobile ports, The Last Remnant takes you back more than you would with an ordinary iPhone or Android game. Currently it costs $ 20 for iOS and Android. However, after buying the game, there are no micro-transactions. You’ll also need 8.5 GB of free space on your iPhone or 6.1 GB on your Android phone to install the game. So keep in mind that you have an iPhone older than 6s with a * shudder * 16GB storage.