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Submitted by Crazyreyn 558d ago | news

Final Fantasy: All the Bravest releasing on iPhone, iPad on January 17

Final Fantasy: All the Bravest will release on iPhone and iPad tomorrow (January 17).

Described as a 'pick-up-and-go RPG', the original adventure sees a huge party of characters battling through a series of enemy encounters.

Each character can attack once their Active Time Battle (ATB) gauge has filled, by tapping or swiping it.

Battles will feature cameos from throughout the series, such as music, character jobs and encounters with familiar bosses and classic enemies like Behemoths, Bombs and Cactuars.

The title was teased earlier this week by Square Enix, and was speculated to be iOS ports of SNES entries Final Fantasy V and Final Fantasy VI.

Final Fantasy: All the Bravest will be priced at £1.99/$2.99. (Final Fantasy: All The Bravest, iPad, iPhone, Square Enix)

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