It’s our last Google Play Weekly of the year! In this one we’ll talk about some last minute 2013 news and 5 more Android apps you can’t miss this week!
Happy belated Thanksgiving! The Play Store had a lot going on including the removal of the CM Installer, San Andreas, and more Android apps you can’t miss!
Final Fantasy IV: After Years is available for download for $15.99 in the Google Play Store. Read on for more details!
In this week’s Google Play Weekly, we talk about Cover for Android, the Dead Trigger 2 release, BBM for Android, and 5 more Android apps you can’t miss!
Final Fantasy IV is the latest game in the series available for Android and, while not cheap, it can bring you some old-school fun.
Not all games have to come with a $1 price tag, especially for RPG titles from Square Enix and their iconic Final Fantasy series. Check out the many great titles that are being discounted.
Final Fantasy IV is considered one of the best all around RPGs of all time by pretty much any gaming authority. Very soon, it’ll be making its way to Android according to an announcement by Square Enix.
DeNA and Square Enix are teaming up to bring us the very first free-to-play Final Fantasy game to be released in English. The upcoming title is called Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade, and is available right now in Japan.
The original Final Fantasy was published in December 1987 on the NES, at a time when it’s lead creator, Square’s Hironobu Sakaguchi, was about to give up on the game industry. It was success... or bust. Fortunately, the title was a hit and went on to spawn an entire media franchise over the years, that currently includes 14 main titles and countless ports, spinoffs, anime series, and feature fi...
A lot of legendary PC and arcade video games from the ‘80s, ‘90s or early 2000s have landed on Android devices these past few years (and some have even become successful), but RPG enthusiasts... have had something missing all along.
Final Fantasy, the hugely popular role-playing game franchise which debuted back in 1987 and has had no less than 13 sequels and spin-offs these past 25 years...