The first three Final Fantasy pixel remasters are now available Steam, with the next three, presumably soon. While its spacious shitty font has been criticized (there is already a solution for the font), this is not why all three have been affected by the low score of users on Metacritic. It also doesn't tear up the screen, problems with players using controllers, or the lack of material from other releases. No, it’s because they’re not on consoles.
The first Final Fantasy has made its way back to a 1.7 user, but just like that TheGamer notes, previously down to 0.7, with Final Fantasy 2 at 0.8 and Final Fantasy 3 at 1.9. In each case, they have seized it, despite obstacles we can scarcely imagine. " “We want to be able to play these games on consoles,” says a repeated review between the three games. "Classic games like Final Fantasy don't have to close behind mobile phones and computers. (But change the font before launching it on the console. Thanks!)"
In each case, there are only 11 or 12 grades above average, which seems like another reason not to have too much weight on user points. That’s not to say that the average scores extracted from multiple posts with completely different metrics for assigning those scores are a much better system, of course. It’s all nonsense, that’s what I say.
According to his SteamDB page, the 4-pixel Final Fantasy remaster has a release date of August 19, while the next two have dates of September 9 and September 30.