When you first open up Final Fantasy II, you’re asked to name four characters. Seconds later, those characters are stuck in an unwinnable battle, and you’re forced to watch them die.
Those familiar with the long, sordid story of Final Fantasy know that the original Japanese Final Fantasy II never made it to stores in North America. Until now. Sort of.
Final Fantasy II spearheads this week's Nintendo Download, which explores the mysterious worlds of fantasy, horror, and learning Spanish.
For those of you chomping at the bit for Final Fantasy XIII, here's a fun little surprise to tide you over: Both Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy II are now available on the iPhone for $9 a pop.
As we told you last month, the first two games in the Final Fantasy series are on their way to the iPhone. Here, in Square Enix's patented iPhone-o-vision, is a trailer for the pair of classic re-releases.
Square Enix announced today - rather quietly, may I add - that Final Fantasy I & II will soon be released for the iPhone and iPod Touch.