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In case you missed out on the UMD releases of Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy 2 (or if you have a PSP Go), Square Enix is giving you the chance to get them from the comfort of your own, European hotspot. The Square Enix France Facebook page has announced that the two games will be released on the Eu...

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February 11, 2011 at 1:00PM
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Sure, you could play Final Fantasy XIII on PS3 and Xbox 360 this week, but you could also buy a Final Fantasy game whose quality isn't under any debate -- partly because it's really good, and partly because Final Fantasy II for SNES was released in 1991 and the debate has pretty much elapsed by now....

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I won't bother to review Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy II on iPhone in terms of the content of the games. Chances are, you've encountered at least the first Final Fantasy, or at the very least you have an idea of the kind of early turn-based RPG it is. (Final Fantasy II, which never made it outsid...

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Final Fantasy I and II will finally be summoned to the iPhone this Thursday, February 25 in the UK. Both titles will be sold separately and are based on the updated PSP versions -- except with touch controls, obviously. We're currently following up with Square Enix regarding price for the two...

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We're totally sold on the idea of playing Final Fantasy I and II on the iPhone -- and the gameplay-infused trailer posted above just solidifies our desire. However, as faithful as this adaptation looks, we're worried about the platform itself derailing the games' narrative. For example: You're fa...

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Yes, according to Square Enix's Facebook page, the iPhone will soon be the latest platform to carry the first two installations in the long-running Final Fantasy franchise. We found this to be very exciting news -- in fact, we're a little surprised Square Enix would simply abandon the announcement ...

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As expected, Square Enix is continuing its roll-out of Final Fantasy classics on the PlayStation Network. In addition to Final Fantasy VII and the original Final Fantasy, Final Fantasy II can now be found on the Japanese PlayStation Store. Just like before, this archived re-release is based on the...

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This week, Japanese gamers will be able to download the new multiplayer Pokemon brawler (which is such a great idea!), but they'll have to pay for it. We admit to gasping a bit when we saw the 1,500-point price tag on Ransen! Pokemon Scramble, but we suspect we'll be spending that many of our Americ...

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