Years have gone by, wounds have healed, and old relationships have since been renewed, but for the longest time, PlayStation-era Final Fantasy games were not available on Nintendo consoles. I don't need another copy of Final Fantasy X, but I'm definitely going to be picking it (and the others) up when they launch next year! Final Fantasy VII, IX, X, X-2, and XII are all coming to Switch in 2019.
Nintendo and Square Enix have announced Final Fantasy VII Switch alongside various other Final Fantasy games, including Final Fantasy FFIX, FFX/X2 and FF V. It will be joined by the spinoff games World of Final Fantasy: Maxima on November 8 and Chocobo's Mystery Dungeon: Everybuddy! this winter.
The first game is Chocobo's Mystery Dungeon Every Buddy, and it's a souped-up version of 2007 Wii title Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon.
World of Final Fantasy Maxima is a cutesy adventure through Grymoire where you'll meet heroes from numerous past FF games, coming this November. The game supports two-player co-op. However, it's worth pointing out that the enhanced version of Final Fantasy 8 has yet to make it to the PS4 either, so perhaps Square Enix is planning on bringing it there before it releases it for the Switch.
In addition, Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition HD is also making its way on Nintendo's hybrid platform - a think we already wrote about earlier this month.