Final Fantasy Series

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Final Fantasy

The first of the Final Fantasy games. JRPG classics.
NES

Final Fantasy X

Young Tidus is a champion Blitzball player (more on this later) who, through the unlucky happenstance of an evil entity called 'Sin, is blasted 1000 years forward in time.

Final Fantasy XI

For those who love RPGs, there are few titles that cause as much anticipation as a Final Fantasy release.

Final Fantasy XII

It's been 5 long years since we've received a new, full fledged chapter in the Final Fantasy series.

Final Fantasy II

JRPG classics.
SNES

Final Fantasy III

JRPG classics.
SNES

Final Fantasy 5

Final Fantasy V is widely believed to be the best all-around game of the series, despite the now-dated graphics and sounds.

Final Fantasy 6

That's when Final Fantasy VII is coming to the PlayStation, and this--the latest (and what looks to be the greatest) installment of Square's immensely.

Final Fantasy 7

Final Fantasy 7 takes full advantage of SGI-rendered graphics to create richly detailed city and dungeon scenes, as these shots from Square show.

Final Fantasy 8

The game, of course, is none other than Final Fantasy VIII.

Final Fantasy 9

Those with a keen eye have probably already noticed that Final Fantasy IX doesn't look anything like the last few games in the series.

Final Fantasy Chronicles

Like a visit from that cool uncle who rolls into town every few years or that obnoxious aunt (depending on how you look at this review) who drives you nuts.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles

Square Enix are arguable the master of role playing games and Nintendo has almost always been home to some of the best games in that genre, so the return of Final Fantasy to a Nintendo console was destined to be great.

Final Fantasy Legend 3

All of the Final Fantasy fans that appreciated Square Soft's fine line of RPGs will be anxiously awaiting this hot title!

Final Fantasy Origins

This title, even more so then the other re-releases, is for the hard-core Final Fantasy fans only. Even with the updated intros and added features, modern gamers will be put off by it's classic, retro graphics.

Final Fantasy Tactics

Okay, so Final Fantasy Tactics is more of a strategy game than an RPG, and it's not yet known whether the game will come out in the States.

Final Fantasy X-2

First things first, we'll get the basics out of the way.