Kart racing games were their mainstay in the Nintendo era4 era. Mario Kart 64 Was followed DD Kong Racing And Mickey’s Speedway United States, And on other platforms, like the PlayStation Crash Team Racing.
Another lesser known kart racer was Square’s 1999 release Chocobo Racing – A game based on The last fantasy Spin of series, Chocobo. Although it was limited to the original PlayStation at the time, after a trademark was filed by Japan’s Square Enix earlier this month, it now looks likely to return to modern platforms in some way or form.
According to Gematsu, “Chocobo GP” was trademarked in English, and “Chocobo Grand Prix” was trademarked in Japanese.
If you are wondering at the moment what the potential for a possible remake is, it is possible to republish or follow up along the way to the Nintendo platform. Probably With good chances, if any game like this is announced.
Speaking of the Final Fantasy series, Square Enix still has a few exclusive deals with Sony, the original mainline entries from the past are now available on Switch and a variety of other platforms. Then there are spin-off titles such as GameCube exclusive Final Fantasy: Crystal ChroniclesWhich was recently redesigned for PlayStation 4, Switch and Mobile.
And let’s not forget Final Fantasy VIISefiroth – who was just released as the latest DLC fighter Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Fingers with Square’s classic racing game could do something to this trademark news. Would you like to see the return of this ultimate fantasy offshoot? Comment below.