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Submitted by Lavalamp 537d ago | review

Final Fantasy: All the Bravest Review | Pocket Gamer

Pocket Gamer: "Final Fantasy: All The Bravest could have been a sweet, nostalgic game - something without the weight of a story buckling its squidgy, pixellated legs. Instead, there's a store front and some tapping. Coming from a studio with the history of Square Enix, that's just not good enough." (Final Fantasy: All The Bravest, iPad, iPhone) 3/10

tweet75  +   537d ago
does this show the future of "DLC" where gamers have to pay extra money to get extra lives or continues ouch!
izumo_lee  +   537d ago
This game just goes to show where Squarenix is headed as a company. With their current leadership there is just no direction on where to take the company forward.

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