Love made them not; with acture they may be,<p>Upcoming fairy tale-themed RPG SINoALICE just got even more interesting after the announcement that the game's creative director, the legendary Yoko Taro, will be bringing his iconic characters over from NieR: Automata for an exciting crossover event.</p><p>SINoALICE originally released in Asia back in 2017, so it's taken a fair while for a western localisation to see the light of day. Thankfully we won't have to wait much longer as it'll be launching for Android devices on July 18th.</p><p>The game is a dark retelling of classic fairy tales such as Snow White, Pinocchio, and Cinderella. The story follows the heroes as they work as a team to rid the land of powerful forces and solve tricky puzzles in order to save those who wrote their stories. It's a pretty cool premise if you ask me – perfect territory for Yoko Taro, too.</p>
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<p>China's got yet another major mobile game to look forward to after a new Final Fantasy game was announced earlier today. <p>Square Enix announced they will bring a new mobile FINAL FANTASY 15 to Mainland China in 2019.It seems this is not the Pocket Edition but a brand new game built from the ground up. pic.twitter.com/KP6mXNZ4h3— Daniel Ahmad (@ZhugeEX) December 7, 2017 Following the news that China will be the first country to get their hands on the upcoming mobile release of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, Square Enix are also hopping on board with their latest announcement at China's Family Game Conference.</p><p>As Daniel Ahmad reported earlier, Final Fantasy 15 for mobile will apparently not follow the same thread as Pocket Edition, but be a fully-fledged game in itself and will be built from the ground up.</p><p>We have absolutely no idea what this could possibly mean or what form it's going to take, but it's exciting to think about what Square Enix has in store for the mobile world in 2019. Granted, this is so far a China-exclusive release but I'd hope they'd bring it to the West eventually.</p><p>Source: Twitter.</p>
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