The lights are on
Apple owners looking for an old-school Final Fantasy experience will be excited to learn that the company is bringing a classic-style RPG to the iPhone and iPad tomorrow.
Yesterday's tease has lead to today's announcement about, Final Fantasy: All the Bravest, is a new adventure that features many of the features and gameplay formulas that FF fans know and love. According to this description on the New Zealand iTunes store the game's combat is "based on the classic Active Time Battle (ATB) system of the Final Fantasy series. Every character possesses an ATB gauge that displays the time remaining until that character can execute an action. When the gauge is full, simply tap or drag your finger over the character to attack. Touch multiple characters in quick succession to experience exhilarating and fast-paced battle unlike anything you’ve ever played before!"
There will be over 20 different jobs, including favorites like warrior, monk, and red mage. To increase the classic vibe, there will also be over 30 musical tracks that longtime fans of the FF series will recognize. It will also feature global leaderboards, achievements, and an in-game shop that will allow you to purchase 35 new characters from past FF games and, eventually, entire new stages of the game.
Right now, the game is listed in New Zealand for $5.29, which converts to $4.25 in U.S. dollars.
To learn more, watch this new trailer that was released today.
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Nice! This looks like it has some potential. I do notice an unerving number of Black Mages in that picture though...
well that's a nice surprise! It would be lovely to see this FF title migrate to the vita in the near future.
it will probably be $4.99 - $6.99 here in the states... even though it should be $4.25 but it won't fly that way
seen this earlier .. looks intresting but idk if i wanna control so many characters at once on a small screen :/ it did remind me about the existance of demensions or whatever the episodic ios 1 was call ... maybe i'll give that a go
i'm sorry, but this... actually looks pretty awesome. i can't believe i'm praising square >_>.
No way, there's gotta be a catch, like every job costing .99 or new character packs at 4.99 each.
This does not sound like Square Enix at all