Final Fantasy you strumpet! You don’t half get about! The game that single handedly defined the phrase JRPG and saved Square from bankruptcy back in 1987 is today available on iPhone, having seen release previously on NES, MSX2, GBA, PSP and Virtual Console.
Available as of the 25th of February through the Apple Store priced at £5.49 the original has also been co-released with it’s sequel Final Fantasy II, both sporting updated graphics, specially modified controls and extra dungeons.
At over a fiver these are some premium apps we’re talking about here and it seems like selling the two titles independently is a little stingy, but then again this is a much loved franchise, not to mention Square Enix’s bread and butter, and we’re willing to bet there are some FF fans who still haven’t checked out the series’ roots that will want to pick this up for their mobile gaming platform of choice. Now’s as good as time as any, especially with the mighty Final Fantasy XIII just round the corner from a European release.