Fans don’t like the tiny, tiny font in the Final Fantasy Pixel Remasters, but that doesn’t stop them from fixing it.
On Wednesday, Square Enix released the Pixel Remasters of Final Fantasy, Final Fantasy 2, and Final Fantasy 3 on Android, iOS and Windows PCs. The games include updates such as a refreshed look and a newly remastered soundtrack. While many of the changes brought a much-needed facelift to an old franchise, not all of them were welcomed. Because people have problems with the font and now they are finding clever ways to fix them.
It started in late June when Square Enix first released screenshots of the remasters. Looking at the screenshots, fans questioned immediately and criticized The font. Many fans were upset that it was small and complained that it would be hard to read to showcase a possible one Accessibility problem that might make it difficult for some people to play. The new font doesn’t preserve the either pixelated appearance
Some were hoping Square Enix would respond and fix the font before the July release. But then the game came out on Wednesday in the same old font, and Fans expressed their disappointment.
As it turns out, changing the font will be relatively easy for fans – at least on the PC version. As a contribution by RPG Site points this out
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