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Final Fantasy: Record Keeper arrives to Google Play
After a soft launch in select markets including Canada, Square Enix’s Final Fantasy: Record Keeper has now landed on the Play store! Unlike most Final Fantasy titles, we’re not talking about a $15+ purchase, instead this is a free to play experience built in partnership with Japan-based DeNA.
For those that haven’t heard of the game, the story basically merges together the entire Final Fantasy universe, bringing back popular characters including heroes such as Cloud, and plenty of well-known villains too. Square-Enix says you’ll be able to battle through some of your favorite moments FF history, and “put your own twist on the tales”, building your own dream team of party members and so on.
Characters can be customized extensively through special gear, weapons, spells and more. This includes special items that were seen in past games. As for the storyline? While it’s based on the past events and characters of FF, the story itself is all new. Keep in mind that right now only “records” for Final Fantasy IV, V, VI, VII and X are available, though you can expect more through future updates (and likely in-app purchases too).
FF: Record Keeper certainly looks like a fun game, but it all depends on just how much in-app purchases are necessary in order to make the experience worthwhile. Anyone try this game out yet, if so, what do you think so far?