The Last Remnant Remastered Has Come To Mobile Devices

6.1GB on Android, 8.5GB on iOS.


The Last Remnant Remastered has come to mobile devices, unexpectedly bringing the 2008 JRPG to phones and tablets. The remastered version of the game, which was released for PS4 at the end of 2018 and then on Switch earlier this year, is now playable on Android devices running 7.0 or higher or Apple devices on iOS 13.0 or higher.

The game, which features a unique command-based battle system that makes you consider troop morality and a story that spans a millennium, is available for $20 right now. That might seem like a lot for a mobile game, but it's worth noting that the game contains no microtransactions whatsoever, and is a full, huge RPG.

The game weighs in at 8.5GB on iOS, and just 6.1GB on Android. It's not clear why there's a size discrepancy between the two.

In our original 2008 review of the game, The Last Remnant scored a 6.5/10. Reviewer Kevin VanOrd wrote that the game had many visual flaws, but that it was "a fun adventure that will draw you into its finely crafted universe in spite of it all."

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