Final Fantasy is the most recognizable name in the history of console role playing games. Several of the games are universally praised as some of the best of all time. However, in recent years the series has been on a steady decline, culminating with the disappointing Final Fantasy XIII.
One of the most famous gaming franchises in the world remains to be Final Fantasy. The game has a rich history filled with triumphs and disappointments. However, at the end of the day, Final Fantasy is a pioneer in the role-playing genre.
Dissidia: Final Fantasy is a Final Fantasy junkies dream and a video game you need to spend time with to enjoy. The combat system is deep and satisfying once you understand how to use it but at first implementing fighting tactics and strategy is difficult.
The first full retail Final Fantasy release for the Nintendo Wii may not be a flagship title in the series, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t worth checking out. Find out why some people are calling Chocobo’s Dungeon the best Wii RPG of 2008.
Fans have come to expect quality out of the Final Fantasy series of roleplaying games, and more often than not, Square Enix delivers. Which ones are the best of the best, though? Here’s our list of the five best Final Fantasy RPGs of all time.
The Final Fantasy franchise is one longest running video series that spans 21 years. Since 1987, the FF series has produced 23 games comprised of numbered games and of numbered games and various spin-offs. Here’s a historical look into the history of one of the best RPG series ever made.
Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift is a follow-up to the highly successful Ivalice series FFTA for the Gameboy Advance. Having enjoyed the first Final Fantasy Tactics for the Playstation console a long time ago, I would say that FFTA2 does not pale in comparison with the first FFT game.