“Final Fantasy VI” is held in high regard by many fans, with some claiming to this day that it is the best in the entire series. While it’s not as popular as “Final Fantasy VII,” the old-school roleplaying game (RPG) still has plenty of fans and they will be happy to know that the game was recently rated for a PC release.

This isn’t too much of a surprise considering that Square Enix has ported a number of “Final Fantasy” titles to PC over the years. Most recently, the company ported “Final Fantasy XIII: Lightning Returns” to computers, completing the “Lightning Trilogy” for fans of the character.

An article from Destructoid speculates that this will be an enhanced port of the mobile version of “Final Fantasy VI.” To date, the title is the most modernized version of the classic RPG and is still available to download for IOS and Android devices.

According to IGN, the game has been rated suitable for ages 12 and up, so most gamers will be able to play the classic Japanese RPG. While the game definitely had some dark aspects in the story department, the lack of gore, sexualized themes and foul language makes it a safe title for almost everyone.

People in Square Enix have recently expressed interest on remaking a number of the company’s IPs. The “Final Fantasy VII” remake garnered a huge reaction when it was revealed back in the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) so it’s easy to see why they would consider remaking their other titles.

It’s not clear if the company will work on a full-blown remake of “Final Fantasy VI,” though the developers will probably keep a close eye on how the game does in sales. Perhaps the title is a test to see if there will be an audience for a “Final Fantasy VI” remake though fans will have to wait and see.

No release date has been given for “Final Fantasy VI” on PC though there’s a good chance it will be available on Steam. In the meantime fans can play the game on both iOS and Android devices.

Final Fantasy VI Android Trailer (Credit: YouTube/IGN)

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