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PSP, WII / RPG / Release: Jun 26, 2007 / ESRB: E10+

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PlayStation Network sale gives half-off Final Fantasy, Namco Bandai games

PlayStation Network sale gives half-off Final Fantasy, Namco Bandai games

With today's PlayStation Store update, you'll be able to get a number of legacy titles from Japanese publishing giants Square Enix and Namco Bandai. Select Final Fantasy games will be half-off, including Dissidia, Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions, and Final Fantasy 4: Complete, along with the PSOne Classics versions of the original Final Fantasy, FF2, FF5, FF6, FF7, FF8, and FF9.

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Over 5 Million Copies of Final Fantasy 13 Shipped; Overall Franchise Hits 96 Million

With Square Enix's long-awaited role-playing sequel Final Fantasy XIII having just hit Europe and North America, the company passed along some shipment figures.

In all, over five million copies of Final Fantasy XIII have shipped since the PlayStation 3 version hit Japan in December 2009. Of that sum, the North American and European shipments of the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 editions make up over three million. Read more »

"This game has so many things that detract from the game. In a general sense, the high ..."
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Final Fantasy 1 & 2 Hit iPhone, iPod Touch

The prettied-up iPhone and iPod Touch versions of Square's classic RPGs Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy II have arrived today on iTunes.

The pair are priced at $8.99 apiece and weigh in at 72MB and 143MB respectively. Read more »

"Maybe I haven't found it, but I really want to shut off the sound effects. They are driving me ..."
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Final Fantasy 1 & 2 Heading to iPhone, Tarted Up

The first two entries in Square's much-beloved Final Fantasy series are headed to the iPhone with revamped graphics, Square Enix has announced via Facebook.

Final Fantasy II is the original Japanese title--not to be confused with the game released in North America under the name Final Fantasy II, which was in fact Final Fantasy IV. Read more »

"Pretty soon my entire childhood will be available on the iPhone. I dont know if that makes me ..."
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Video Shows GRIN's Unreleased Final Fantasy?

Following the closure of Bionic Commando and Terminator Salvation developer GRIN, word emerged that the Sweedish studio had been working on a new Final Fantasy.

Now, a narrated video made by GRIN's former sound designer Jonatan Crafoord has begun making the rounds with sounds and footage from the supposed action-centric Final Fantasy XII spinoff, including a peek of the series' iconic Chocobo. Read more »

"That was amazing...Sadly Grin is no more... It is sad how some amazing studios close down ..."
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Weekly Nintendo Downloads Bring Final Fantasy 1, Thorium Wars and Word Searcher

This week's regularly scheduled update to the North American Wii and Nintendo DSi Shop Channels may not be as loaded as weeks past, but ...Final Fantasy! It's a classic!

    Wii Shop Channel

    • Final Fantasy (Virtual Console - NES) / 500 Wii Points ($5) Read more »

"I start playing FF7 this weekend , is there any good turn base RPG on the Ps3? (its fun but it ..."
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Defunct GRIN Was Working on New Final Fantasy

When Bionic Commando and Terminator Salvation game developer GRIN closed earlier this month, the studio lamented that it had an "unreleased masterpiece that we weren't allowed to finish"--a title that now appears to have been a new Final Fantasy entry.

Various LinkedIn listings uncovered by superannuation indicate that GRIN was working with Final Fantasy owner Square Enix on a project codenamed "Fortress," with one ex-staffer noting his work at GRIN on an "unannounced Final Fantasy project." Read more »

"This is probably a good thing if you are a Final Fantasy fan. GRIN turned out nothing but crap ..."
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Square Enix Reveals Lifetime Sales of Final Fantasy, Tomb Raider, Hitman, Deus Ex and More

With Square Enix's $120 million purchase of Eidos now complete, lifetime sales figures of their major franchises have been revealed.

The information was provided as part of Square Enix's "Corporate Strategy Meeting," during which the company discussed "synergies" and presented materials on the "Eidos Integration."

"So Deus Ex and Front Mission aren't "Quality Franchises"? >:( "
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Square Enix: 'We Need to Go Beyond Traditional'; Eyeing Potential Acquisitions

In an industry that is increasingly filled with buyouts and acquisitions, the importance of working with or outright buying other companies has not gone unnoticed by Japanese publisher Square Enix.

"It may be a business alliance or it may be us taking a stake in others, but we need to go beyond traditional Square Enix," Square Enix president Yoichi Wada told Reuters of his company's future. "Economies of scale and breadth of scope are getting important." Read more »

"Wait..am I crazy or didn't they say the exact opposite a year or two ago..that they needed to ..."
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Final Fantasy WiiWare Gets Price, Release Date

Square Enix will launch its first WiiWare title Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life As a King on May 12 for 1500 Wii points ($15), according to Wii fansite The Wiire.

The release date coincides with Nintendo's previously announced launch date for its WiiWare downloadable game platform. Other studios currently developing software for the platform include Nintendo, Frontier Developments and Telltale Games. Read more »

"So I watched the trailer for 'my life as a king' and omigod it looks so boring. I loved ..."
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