Square Enix's Final Fantasy IV Ventures Onto Android Devices

Square-Enix-Final-Fantasy-IV-Ventures-Onto-Android-DevicesThe fourth title in the Final Fantasy series - released back in 1991 on the Super Famicom - has returned, only this time round it's on modern devices. As of today owners of Android based devices will be able to relive the emotional storyline riddled with complex plot twists, on the go, in their pocket.

This is new arrival hits the Google Play store a considerable time after its original announcement in December last year. If that wasn't bad enough already, Apple iOS devices have already been enjoying Square Enix's RPG classic since February.

For a rather hefty £10.99, this remake is a port of the 2007 Nintendo DS update, featuring 3D visuals and a brand new style, can be had on your mobile phone or tablet.

Final Fantasy IV (iOS & Android) Trailer

Link: Final Fantasy IV on Google Play (Android)

Link: Final Fantasy IV on iTunes (iPhone / iPad)

Source: Mo5

Last Updated ( 04 June 2013 )  


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(Link to this comment) Megatrons_Fury 2013-06-04 13:10
These ports are always so damn expensive arnt they Mr Cauterize sir? Looks lovely for sure but if im honest i think i love the DS games more than enough to mena i wont have to buy any more for a few years yet.

Nice trailer though, they do know how to sell you something, their PR department is pretty good.
(Link to this comment) wbarryk 2013-06-04 19:21
Lol, milking that cow just a little more, especially at those prices !
(Link to this comment) gamesgaryjp 2013-06-05 08:11
11 quid is extreme for a mobile phone / tablet game. Ridiculous....
(Link to this comment) Amarthar 2013-06-05 12:02
How many ports of FF4 are there? There's the original on the SFC/SNES, there's a port on the PS1, GBA, PSP, DS and now Android... Anything else I'm missing?
(Link to this comment) jamalais 2013-06-05 19:16
i prefer my ff 4s with buttons. plus the price is silly

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