Final Fantasy All the Bravest review

GamesRadar+ Verdict


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    Classic Final Fantasy music and sprite artwork

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    n interesting take on the franchise formula

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    You can run from any battle


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    Reviving your party costs actual money

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    otherwise you must wait to play

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    Mindless gameplay with cheap difficulty on the additional premium maps

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    Shamelessly preys on nostalgia

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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

GenreRole Playing
DescriptionA touch-action RPG in the Final Fantasy series which you continuously battle enemies to advance through the games many stages.
Franchise nameFinal Fantasy
UK franchise nameFinal Fantasy
US censor rating"Rating Pending",""
UK censor rating"",""
Release date1 January 1970 (US), 1 January 1970 (UK)

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