Square Enix just released another game for iOS bearing the Final Fantasy emblem, and this time it’s Final Fantasy: All the Bravest. It’s Square’s latest attempt to bring the old school Final Fantasy realm from the old Super Nintendo to modern mobile devices. Whether this is a good or bad thing depends on your need for retro gaming.
So, Final Fantasy: All the Bravest uses the Active Time Battle System. In case you forgot, this fighting system involves character gauges that need to fill up before you command him or her to execute specific attacks or actions. Complementing the ATB system is the Fever option which gets activated every three hours. Once this is activated, you’ll be able to attack without waiting for ATB gauges to refill, provided the chocobo-themed music is still playing in the background.
There’s also the classic job system which will enable you to play as a monk, warrior, red mage and more. The game also features 30 songs from the Final Fantasy series. And, of course, the game will also let you play and access 35 famous characters from the Final Fantasy titles through in-app purchases. The characters come randomly, however, and you will have no way of choosing exact characters to purchase. Finally, you will also be able to purchase additional game stages from Final Fantasy VII, X, and XII.
Of course, like other Final Fantasy games that came to the App Store, Finall Fantasy: All the Bravest comes with a not so budget-friendly price. You can have this game downloaded for $5.99.
Head over to GamerTell for their rather amusing (and quite snarky) take on Final Fantasy: All the Bravest.
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