Final Fantasy All the Bravest review

  • Classic Final Fantasy music and sprite artwork
  • n interesting take on the franchise formula
  • You can run from any battle
  • Reviving your party costs actual money, otherwise you must wait to play
  • Mindless gameplay with cheap difficulty on the additional premium maps
  • Shamelessly preys on nostalgia

On paper, the premise behind Final Fantasy All the Bravest sounds interesting, to say the least. Take the series’ famous Active Time Battle turn-based combat, up the insanity quotient significantly, and watch the results as 30-something fighters join forces at a breakneck speed to beat the tar out of classic monsters and villains...

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More Info

Release date: Jan 17 2013 - iPhone, iPad (US)
Available Platforms: iPhone, iPad
Genre: Role Playing
Published by: Square Enix
Franchise: Final Fantasy
ESRB Rating:
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