The Final Fantasy series is one of the most popular series in gaming and has spawned many spin-offs and sequels.
In a place where magic has been forgotten and technology has taken over, four youths are brought together to fight for the future of their land. Their names are Cloud Strife, Terra Branford and Barret Wallace. They must stop the evil Shinra Corporation from taking over the world by using their machines to destroy others' lives.
If you enjoy RPG's and want something different than most games out there today then Final Fantasy VII is a great choice for you!
Final Fantasy 2
So if you haven't played Final Fantasy 2, I think it's safe to say that you should. It's one of the most beloved games in the series, and with good reason: it's a game that has so much going for it that it'll be hard not to fall in love with.
Final Fantasy 3
Final Fantasy 3 (Final Fantasy VI in Japan) was released in 1990 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It's a role-playing video game, and is part of the Final Fantasy series. The game was released in North America as Final Fantasy III, making it the first game in the series to be released in North America.
In this game you play as Terra Branford who starts off as an orphan and grows up with soldiers who teach her how to fight using special powers from crystals called espers. She then becomes part of a team seeking out their missing leader but soon realizes there's more going on than just finding their leader!
Final Fantasy 4
Final Fantasy 4 is the first game in the series to use 2D graphics. It is also the first game in the series that features a world map and a job system, as well as other new battle systems.
Final Fantasy 5
Final Fantasy 5 is the best game in the series. You'll love it if you like RPGs, but even if you don't like RPGs at all, this one might just change your mind!
The story is engaging and exciting. The cast of characters are memorable and varied, with each character having their own unique personality and characteristics that make them stand out from the others in the group. The music is beautiful and fitting for each scene; whether it's a tense moment or an epic battle against a menacing boss monster, there's always something wonderful playing over the top action scenes happening on screen (and vice versa). The graphics are great for 1990s standards, especially considering how far ahead of its time FF5 was when released back then! Not only does it look good but plays well too as well--it has plenty challenge without being frustratingly difficult (unless playing through hard mode). It also has lots replay value thanks to multiple endings available after beating final boss Chaos himself--not only do these alternate paths give players different perspectives about what happened during Final Fantasy 5's campaign but also creates opportunities for revisiting favourite characters throughout entire franchise's history! Though some find difficulty level increases anti-climactic due to potentially making less interesting bosses harder than usual--this can be overcome by finding right balance between difficulty levels such as Normal vs Nightmare Mode etcetera…
Final Fantasy 6
Final Fantasy 6, also known as Final Fantasy 3 in the US, was the first game to introduce a job system. It also featured some of the most memorable characters in this series: Cid and Terra. The game takes place in an unnamed world with three distinct continents, which are mostly desolate except for cities or towns that dot the landscape.
Final Fantasy 7
Final Fantasy 7 is the first Final Fantasy game I played. It was my brother's game and he let me borrow it when we were visiting him at college. I must have been about ten years old at the time, maybe twelve? It's hard to say because video games didn't have much of an impact on me until well into my teens (and then only when they had good stories).
This was a great game for its time—it was released in 1997 when the Playstation 1 was new and shiny, but already showing its age. The graphics were bright and colorful, even if they didn't look quite as realistic as some later PS1 titles like Metal Gear Solid or GTA: Vice City Stories. The music was also pretty good; Uematsu managed to create strong themes that captured both his own style while still managing to sound fresh -- something that's very difficult to pull off!
The story is what really drew me into playing this game though -- there are lots of twists and turns along the way which kept me guessing right up until its end where everything fits together neatly (or not so neatly depending on how you look at things)! There were some cool characters too; Barrett being one of my favorites with his gunslinger attitude towards life always keeping things interesting!
Final Fantasy 10
Final Fantasy X is a role-playing game in which you play as Tidus, a summoner who has been summoned to help defeat Sin, an evil creature that terrorizes the world of Spira. Players can use magic and swords, armor, items and Aeons (summoned creatures) in order to accomplish this goal.
There are five main playable characters: Tidus (your main character), Yuna (an Al Bhed girl who becomes a summoner), Wakka (a protector of Besaid island), Lulu (a black mage), Rikku (a thief).
Final Fantasy 11
So, here's the thing about Final Fantasy 11: It released in 2002—almost 20 years ago. It was also the first game in the series to feature voice acting, making it one of the most ambitious Final Fantasy titles ever created.
It’s now available for PS4 and PC via Steam (and we heartily recommend playing it there).
Final Fantasy 12
Final Fantasy 12 is a role-playing video game developed and published by Square Enix. It was released in Japan in April, 2006 for PlayStation 2. The game is set in Ivalice, a fictional world created by Square Enix with characters designed by Ryoma Ito and Tetsuya Nomura. The story follows Ramza Beoulve and Delita Heiral, two young men who become involved in a political conflict between the kingdom of Ivalice and the Church of Glabados; this war leads to an invasion by the Zodiac Braves—twelve warriors from different backgrounds—who seek to claim their power for themselves.Final Fantasy 12 has several gameplay mechanics that set it apart from other games in its series: instead of using random encounters as a way to create difficulty, battles play out on screen as they are encountered; each character can use three actions per turn instead of just one; weapons can be equipped with elements which will damage enemies based on those elements' strengths and weaknesses; there is no MP or magic points system present so each spell costs gil instead of requiring an expenditure of limited resources.The game received generally positive reviews upon release but failed commercially due to negative word-of-mouth stemming from its high initial price point ($60 USD). However, over time its reputation improved considerably leading many critics to rank it among some of Square Enix's best games ever made while others have called it one of gaming's greatest titles full stop.
Final Fantasy 13
I like this game because of the story line and the characters. The graphics and music are very good, they are not annoying like some other games that I have played in the past. I also like how you can customize your character because it's cool to be able to make them look exactly how you want them too. The characters in this game are very interesting and fun; I also think that their personalities fit well with each other as well as making sense for what type of person/character they represent (ex: Snow as a leader would act differently than Hope who acts more childish).
The story line is very interesting because it keeps me wanting to play so I can find out what happens next! It's definitely different from most games where there isn't really much focus on a specific goal but instead focuses more on going at it at your own pace while still reaching milestones along any path(s) chosen by yourself or others within your party members' leadership roles within each chapter before moving onto another one (like Final Fantasy 10 did).
Final Fantasy 14
The Final Fantasy series is one of the most popular franchises in gaming. The first Final Fantasies were released in 1987, and they have been continuously updated with new games every few years since then.
The 14th installment of this long-running franchise, Final Fantasy 14: A Realm Reborn, was released in 2014 as an online multiplayer game for the PC platform that allows you to play with other people from around the world. It has very good graphics, a good story line, interesting characters and excellent music (including some classical masterpieces).
It also has excellent gameplay—in fact it's one of my favorite games!
Final Fantasy 15
Final Fantasy 15 is a role-playing video game developed and published by Square Enix for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One home video game consoles. It is the fifteenth main installment in the Final Fantasy series, and replaces Final Fantasy 14 as the main entry in the franchise.
In this game, players take control of Noctis Lucis Caelum, member of royalty who is forced to accept an arranged marriage with Lady Lunafreya Nox Fleuret. After he sets off on his journey with his companions Gladiolus Amicitia, Ignis Scientia, and Prompto Argentum to rescue her from Niflheim's influence.
Final Fantasy 16
Final Fantasy 16 is the latest game in the series, released in 2016. It is also the first game in the series to be released on both Sony's PlayStation 4 and Microsoft's Xbox One.
These are my favorite games to play.
These are my favorite games to play.
Final Fantasy 1
Final Fantasy 2
Final Fantasy 3
Final Fantasy 4 (Game Boy)
Final Fantasy 5 *(Game Boy) *(NES) *(PS1) These are the only ones that I have played already, but they have good reviews!
The Final Fantasy series is one of the best franchises in gaming history. So many great games, so little time!