The influx of randomized loot boxes into games like Shadow of War and Star Wars Battlefront II has kicked off a discussion about their inclusion in games. Discussions of multiplayer imbalance and blocked off game content ignore an important truth: loot boxes are an ethical problem. They exist largely to exploit…
Today, Square Enix released a free-to-play Final Fantasy game for mobile devices, and perhaps for the first time ever, that's not a bad thing.
Final Fantasy Record Keeper is an iOS/Android game that takes characters and creatures from almost every main numbered Final Fantasy game and lets your create your own party to fight against those creatures. In short, it's a game for Final Fantasy fans who really love the old-school combat from the earlier games.
The free-to-play mobile game Final Fantasy Record Keeper is coming westward this spring, Square Enix just announced. This is another partnership with Japanese social gaming giant DeNA; here's hoping it's better than that cashgrab All The Bravest.