Final Fantasy 5 will release on smartphones in Japan this month, according to a Japanese report translated by Siliconera. The classic RPG has been ported from the Game Boy Advance version, and will sport improved 2D graphics and touch screen controls. A western release has been announced but not yet dated. FF5 originally released on SNES but is also available on the PlayStation Network and the Wii U’s Virtual Console.
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Final Fantasy 5
Final Fantasy 5 will be made available on PC through Steam later this month.
Android users can now get their hands on Final Fantasy 5 for the reasonable sum of £10.99 from the Google Play Store, which is nice. Further, Final Fantasy 4: The After Years, which was originally released on Wii and PSP in 2008, is coming to iOS and Android this winter, sporting a shiny 3D overhaul.