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Submitted by HardcoreDroid 626d ago | review

Is Final Fantasy Dimensions the Ultimate Mobile JRPG? | Review - Hardcore Droid

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Since debuting on the platform just a few months ago, Square Enix has been working overtime to bring as much of their iOS library to Android as possible. We now have remakes of all three 8-bit Final Fantasy games, but Dimensions is something quite a bit more exciting; an original, full-length Final Fantasy game in the grand tradition of the series’ 8-bit and 16-bit roots. This is not a spin-off or side-story, but a brand new adventure that could have nestled into the series somewhere between the fifth and sixth games. (Android, Final Fantasy: Dimensions, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, Square Enix) 4.5/5

Update Broken link fixed. We had an outage. Can't seem to make that dern report exclamation point go away.

GalacticEmpire  +   627d ago
Hey squeenix, Ni No Kuni has stolen your crown. Now go make me sammich... er... I mean Versus 13.
Thabass  +   626d ago
Looks like it got an Internal Service Error. Oh well, no hit for you!
HardcoreDroid  +   625d ago
Hope we didn't inconvenience anyone too much. Hardcore Droid was down for about 8 hours. We're back up and in business again. Thanks for calling our attention to the problem.

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