Final Fantasy 4: The After Years out now on iOS and Android, screens inside

Monday, 25th November 2013 10:27 GMT By Dave Cook

Final Fantasy 4: The After Years has launched on iOS and Android.

Square confirmed that the game will run you £10.99/€14.49. You can download it now on iOS or Android by hitting the relevant link.

It’s a direct sequel to Final Fantasy 4, set ‘dozens’ of years after the original. It stars new character Ceodore, and sees several original characters return to the fold. It has revamped visuals, 3D models and new abilities. You’ll also get a bonus item if you’ve already download the Final Fantasy 4 remake on your device.

What do you think? Let us know below.



  1. Axarrey

    I already own After Years thanks to the PSP collection that came with the original, but I might just get this one for the 3D overhaul.

    By the way – It’s Final Fantasy 4 and not 5!

    #1 1 year ago
  2. Akira_Tenshi

    It is Final Fantasy IV ( 4 )

    #2 1 year ago
  3. Blackened Halo

    Its Final Fantasy IV: The After Years …anyway I noticed it yesterday and I was really suprised because the game costs 15e …Is it really comparatively to the original Final Fantasy IV (gameplay, length, story, etc), because this game also costs 15e

    #3 1 year ago
  4. Ireland Michael

    Wait, they did a 3D overhaul? Then why didn’t V get one?

    Please let VI be 3D… please let VI be 3D… please let VI be 3D….

    #4 1 year ago
  5. salarta

    “Stars” Ceodore.

    It actually stars Kain, saying it stars Ceodore was something of a deflection of the real focus on the team’s part. This was made as a cheap nickel-and-dime cell phone game that inexplicably got well-received by people that don’t really care too much about issues like this game undoing past character development, lazily recycling old plot points, and outright tearing down core concepts of the FF4′s universe.

    Hopefully some day an actual sequel to FF4 comes out that treats it better, but sadly that doesn’t seem to be the case as Squeenix is more than willing to throw this out over and over again while people that will seemingly accept anything will keep buying it over and over again.

    #5 1 year ago

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