Square Enix, the publisher and developer behind the Final Fantasy series, released Final Fantasy IV: After Years to Google Play this morning, a port that should have true fans going nuts. The game has been 3D and touchscreen optimized, so it should play as a Final Fantasy you have never seen. Square Enix tends to hold its titles to a very high standard, and for that, you can expect to be paying quite the premium price. (more…)
You would be hard pressed to find a more dedicated fan base of a video game series than the fans of Final Fantasy. These same fans who also own Android devices are going to be excited to hear the news that Final Fantasy IV, one of the more classics in the series, has now hit Google Play and is ready for you to get your nostalgia on. (more…)
Final Fantasy Dimensions has hit its one year anniversary on Google Play. To celebrate, they are hosting a pretty sweet 50% off sale on the $20 title, bringing it to just $10.
I know what you’re thinking – “Hey Tim, I’m an Android user. $10 is a lot of cash!” You’re right my friend, $10 is pretty steep for a mobile game, but with an almost full 5-star rating on Google Play and hordes of fans praising its name, it might be worth a look if you’re into epic quests on your smartphone. (more…)
If you have been living under a rock and are not aware of Square Enix’s game juggernaut that is the Final Fantasy series, let me tell you that they are on their thirteenth chapter of the series right now. The games have a huge following and the original few iterations of the series have an even more dedicated group of fans. If you’ve been itching to replay the original Final Fantasy, today is your day.
The original game, with a graphics overhaul, is now available in the Play Store for $6.99. You get to play the same game that was introduced back in 1987 and embark on a “quest to restore the crystals to their former luster.” Compared to Final Fantasy III on the Play Store which is $15.99, this looks like a bargain. Pick it up if you are feeling nostalgic.
If you weren’t aware, Final Fantasy has quite the cult following; especially the older iterations. Final Fantasy III has landed in the Play Store and is available for download today for the hefty price of $15.99. This version is based off the 2006 3D remake from Square themselves, not the original 1990 version that many remember from way back.
The game has been updated to run with a touch interface and offers “improved 3D visuals and story sequences only for Android.” Other than that, the game will be mostly what you remember of it from back in the day. Can you justify spending $16 on reliving the game?