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shaqattaq
11 years ago#41
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MaplesGrandGM
11 years ago#42
So, what's everyone up to?

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MaplesGrandGM
11 years ago#43
* Final Fantasy was released for the Nintendo Entertainment System in Japan in 1987 and in the United States in 1990.[9] The story focuses on the four "Light Warriors" and their elemental orbs, which have been darkened by four Elemental Fiends. Final Fantasy introduced many concepts to the console RPG genre.[5]

* Final Fantasy II was originally released on the Famicom in Japan in 1988.[10] The story centers on four youths who join a resistance to end the Emperor's military campaign against the world. Final Fantasy II was the first game to introduce Chocobos.[5]

* Final Fantasy III was released on the Famicom in Japan in 1990.[11] The plot focuses on four orphaned youths who come across a crystal, which grants them power and instructs them to restore balance to the world. It was the first game to implement a Job System and introduce Moogles.[5]

* Final Fantasy IV was released on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1991; in the United States, it was released as Final Fantasy II.[12] The story centers on a Dark Knight and his journey to save the world from the evil Golbez.[13] It was the first game to introduce the "Active Time Battle" system.[14]

* Final Fantasy V was released on the Super Famicom in Japan in 1992.[15] The story focuses on a wanderer and his allies as they prevent the resurgence of Exdeath. It features an expanded version of the Job System from Final Fantasy III.

* Final Fantasy VI was released on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1994,[16] but it was released in North America under the title Final Fantasy III.[16] The plot centers on a group of rebels as they attempt to overthrow an imperial dictatorship. It has more battle customization options than its predecessors, as well as the largest playable cast in the series.

* Final Fantasy VII was released on the PlayStation in 1997 and was the first title to be officially released in Europe.[17] The story centers on a group of adventurers as they battle a powerful corporation. Final Fantasy VII was the first game in the series to use 3D computer graphics, which feature fully polygonal characters on pre-rendered backgrounds.

* Final Fantasy VIII was released on the PlayStation in 1999.[18] The plot focuses on a group of young mercenaries who seek to prevent a sorceress from manipulating an international war. It was the first game in the series to consistently use realistically proportioned characters, and it was the first to feature a vocal piece as its theme music.

* Final Fantasy IX was released on the PlayStation in 2000.[19] The story begins with the protagonists attempting to stop a war sparked by an ambitious queen. It returned to the series' roots by revisiting a more traditional Final Fantasy setting.

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MaplesGrandGM
11 years ago#44
* Final Fantasy X was released on the PlayStation 2 in 2001.[20]The story focuses on the protagonists trying to defeat a rampaging force known as Sin. Final Fantasy X introduced fully three-dimensional areas and voice acting to the series, and it was the first to spawn a direct sequel (Final Fantasy X-2).

* Final Fantasy XI was released on the PlayStation 2 and PC in 2002[21], and later on the Xbox 360. The first MMORPG in the series, Final Fantasy XI is set in Vana'diel, where players can experience hundreds of quests and stories. It is also the first game in the series to feature real-time battles instead of random encounters.

* Final Fantasy XII was released for the PlayStation 2 in 2006.[22] The game takes place in Ivalice, where the empires of Archadia and Rozarria are waging an endless war. It features a real-time battle system similar to Final Fantasy XI, a "gambit" system that automatically controls the actions of characters, and a "license board" that determines which abilities and equipment the character can use.

* Final Fantasy XIII is in development for the PlayStation 3. It will be the flagship installment of the Fabula Nova Crystallis Final Fantasy XIII compilation.

Direct sequels and spin-offs

See also: Category: Final Fantasy spin-offs

Final Fantasy has spawned numerous spin-offs and compilations. Several Square games were released in North America with their titles changed to include "Final Fantasy", such as The Final Fantasy Legend. Final Fantasy Adventure was released as a spin-off to the Final Fantasy series and spawned the Mana series.[23] Final Fantasy Mystic Quest was developed for a United States audience, and Final Fantasy Tactics featured many references and themes found in previous Final Fantasy games. In 2003, the video game series' first direct sequel, Final Fantasy X-2, was released.[24] Square Enix has released numerous games featuring Chocobos, and the Kingdom Hearts series includes characters and themes from Final Fantasy.[25] Vagrant Story, another Square game, is set in Ivalice, the same world featured in Final Fantasy Tactics and Final Fantasy XII.[26] Three Final Fantasy compilations—Compilation of Final Fantasy VII, Ivalice Alliance, and Fabula Nova Crystallis Final Fantasy XIII—share many themes.


Btw, anyone else think it's totally awesome how they found away to basically release 3 + Final Fantasy games at the same time, following the same mythos all at once, and at the same time, manage to release 3 other Final Fantasy games also revolving around the same mythos, but different from the first three, along with movies, and about 3+ remakes, and 3 more spin-offs? I do, more Final Fantasy for me.
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