The mobile release of Final Fantasy 5 is based on the Game Boy Advance port, but while it stays true to the RPG’s 2D roots, it has illustrations by Yoshitaka Amano in place of some character portraits, and Dimensions-like character sprites. Famitsu App has a couple of screens, which you can check out on Siliconera alongside some comparison shots. Final Fantasy 5 hits iOS in Japan in March, with an Android version due in northern summer.
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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.