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Submitted by -Mezzo- 946d ago | opinion piece

Five Things I Like (And Five Things I Don’t Like) About The Latest Final Fantasy Game

Kotaku - I spent $31.42 on an iPad game two weeks ago. $31.42. On an iPad game.

That's the price you have to pay for Square Enix's latest foray into old-school role-playing, Final Fantasy Dimensions. This new Final Fantasy is a traditional, turn-based RPG for both iPhone and iPad. You can download the app and play the prologue for free, but to keep playing after that, you'll have to dish out some cash: $2.99 for the first chapter, then $9.99 for each of chapters two through four. Or you could spend $28.99 on the whole package. That's what I did. (Plus $2.43 in taxes.) (Final Fantasy: Dimensions, iPad)

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