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Submitted by Lavalamp 547d ago | review

Final Fantasy: All the Bravest Review | Destructoid

Jim Sterling writes, "Final Fantasy All the Bravest is not really a game. It's a cash delivery system, with you playing as the courier, your money the cargo, and Square Enix the unpaying recipient. After years of trying to monetize videogames, Square Enix has now moved on to monetizing customers themselves. It's cut out the irritating middle man that is the videogame, and found a way to simply get people to hand over money in exchange for nothing. That is what All the Bravest is. It's nothing. It's air. It's a thought. You're buying a concept in order to keep buying concepts." (Final Fantasy: All The Bravest, iPad, iPhone) 1/10

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