Final Fantasy 6, often called Final Fantasy 3 by people who have never been on the Internet, has launched on Google Play. You can pick up the SNES classic RPG for $16 or local equivalent, but be warned – Square Enix has fiddled with the graphics and translation a little bit, according to Kotaku, so you may suffer fan outrage. User reviews so far are pretty mixed. No App Store release date has been announced.
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Final Fantasy 6
Final Fantasy 6 will arrive on Steam next week, December 16.
Final Fantasy 6 is now available on some territories’ iOS App Store, notably New Zealand – which usually means it ought to be rolling out in major territories such as the UK and US with the date line. The classic Square Enix RPG, which was the last core entry to utilise all 2D graphics and […]