There are 3in a playstation 2 console, Final fantasy X Final fantays X-2
And Final Fantasy 12
The Final Fantasy series of games consists of a total of 14 games. The first one was simply titled Final Fantasy and each subsequent game is numbered such as Final Fantasy 2 and so on. These games are available for a variety of platforms such as Nintendo and PlayStation.
There are 14 core Final Fantasay Games. Final Fantasy XV is expected to be released soon.
There aren't any Mario games with final fantasy characters.
Sin was only in Final Fantasy X, and mentioned in Final Fantasy X-2.
There is up to Final Fantasy XIII (thirteen) Along with other final fantasy games that have no numbers
no. the only final fantasy games to date that have a sequel are final fantasy X, and possibly final fantasy 11, since it has so many different versions.
final fantasy x-2 and many other final fantasys
There are:For the PSX: Final Fantasy 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9, there is also the Final Fantasy Tactics game for the PSX but it isn't actually a part of the final fantasy serial since it isn't numbered.For the PlayStation 2: Final Fantasy 10, Final Fantasy X-2 and Final Fantasy 12.For PlayStation 3: Final Fantasy 13 which is supposed to come in the English version around first half of March, 2010.There is also the PC version, which is online and pay2play, Final Fantasy 11.All in all, including Final Fantasy X-2 which is set in the world of final fantasy 10, there are13 parts altogether.
Here is a list of all current Final Fantasy VII titles, in chronological order and release order, followed by the system that the specific title was first featured in:Chronological Order:Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII (PSP)Before Crisis: Final Fantasy VII* (Cell Phone)Final Fantasy VII (PlayStation)Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII (PS2)Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII 'Lost Episode'(Cell Phone)Release Order:Final Fantasy VII (Playstation)Before Crisis: Final Fantasy VII* (Cell Phone)Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII (PS2)Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII 'Lost Episode'(Cell Phone)Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII (PSP)*Before Crisis: Final Fantasy VII was a Japan-only title, and was not available in America or other regions other than Japan.
They are many Final Fantasy games for different platforms there are 14 main games at the moment each game follows a different story line. Final Fantasy XIV the newest game is a online game so is final fantasy XI.
Tetsuya Nomura has worked on/drawn the characters for Final Fantasy (and Kingdom Hearts, as well as many other games).
Tetsuya Nomura was born on October 8th, 1970 in Kōchi Prefecture on the island of Shikoku. Square Co. hired Nomura in the early 90's as a debugger for Final Fantasy VI. As an artist, he was later hired as the monster designer for Final Fantasy V. He made a name for himself when he replaced Yoshitaka Amano as the main character designer for Final Fantasy VII. He also worked on Final Fantasy VIII which was a very successful game for the Sony Playstation. He has designed and worked on many famous games including:Final Fantasy VIFinal Fantasy VFinal Fantasy VIIFinal Fantasy VIIIFinal Fantasy XFinal Fantasy X-2Chrono TriggerThe Kingdom Hearts Seriesand many more.
At the moment there are 14 final fantasy games and those are the main series. There are a some spinoffs, sequels, Chocobo series, the Crystal chronicles and Etc. I suggest playing them if you are a fan of RPG's or Final Fantasy, itself.
Cloud Strife is the main protagonist of Final Fantasy VII. He also appears in other games in the Final Fantasy VII Compilation, the Kingdom Hearts series, Dissidia, and other spin-offs.
One would be able to purchase a Final Fantasy video game online at Amazon. There are many versions of the Final Fantasy video games. One will find though that they tend to be more expensive.
One can purchase Final Fantasy VI in many different places. Some online stores that sell it are Amazon, PlayStation official web page, eBay and GameStop.
There are 14 game versions in Final Fantasy. Including 17 spin offs, there would be a total of 31.
Well let's see... There's the 13 Final Fantasys. The sequel to final fantasy x (x-2) The 3 Final Fantasy Legend games for the Game Boy. The Final Fantasy Adventure game for the Game Boy (although that's from the Secret of Mana family) Final Fantasy Dirge of Cerberus for the Ps2. Final Fantasy Crisis Core for the PsP Final Fantasy Tactics for the Psx Final Fantasy Tactics Advance for the Game Boy Advance Final Fantasy Revenant Wings for the DS The 2 Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicle games for the Gamecube Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles, The Crystal Bearers for the Wii And Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Ring Of Fate for the DS And I haven't even mentioned the updated ones, or the collection ones....
There are three movies, Final Fantasy spirit within, Final Fantasy 7 Advent Children, and Final Fantasy 7 Last Order
Actually, there is a movie about Final Fantasy, Final Fantasy 7: Advent Children. I saw it but I forgot if I saw it on the Internet. The stars are Cloud,Tifa, Denzel and many more. There is also Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within that came out before Advent Children. It doesn't have any of the characters from the games but is does have a slight relation to Final Fantasy 7.
the playstation 3 version has one disc whil the xbox 360 version has three discs
two so far they are final fantasy 7 advent children, and final fantasy spirits within
Final Fantasy XIII-2 isn't as long as many final fantasy games, it can be beaten in less than 40 hours, and less than 60 to get the platinum trophy or all xbox achievements.
This list contains when each final fantasy game had its first US release only and does not list any subsequent releases as many early games in the series were released several times across many different consoles/devices/platforms...1990Final Fantasy I (July 12th)1991Final Fantasy IV (Nov 23rd, released as Final Fantasy II)1992Final Fantasy Mystic Quest (Oct 5th)1994Final Fantasy VI (Oct 11th, released as Final Fantasy III)1997Final Fantasy VII (Sep 7th)1998Final Fantasy Tactics (Jan 28th)1999Final Fantasy VIII (Sep 9th)Final Fantasy V (Sep 30th)2000Final Fantasy IX (Nov 14th)2001Final Fantasy X (Dec 17th)2002Final Fantasy II2003Final Fantasy XI (Oct 28th)Final Fantasy XI: Rise of the Zilart (Oct 28th)Final Fantasy Tactics: Advance (Sep 8th)Final Fantasy X-2 (Nov 18th)2004Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles (Feb 9th)Final Fantasy XI:Chains of Promethea (Sep 21st)2006Final Fantasy XI: Treasures of Aht Urhgan (April 18th)Final Fantasy VII: Dirge of Cerberus (Aug 15th)Final Fantasy XII (Oct 31st)Final Fantasy III (Nov 24th - complete remake for Nintendo DS)2007Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings (Nov 20th)Final Fantasy XI: Wings of the Goddess (Nov 20th)2008Final Fantasy: Chrystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates (March 11th)Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core (Mar 25th)Final Fantasy: Chrystal Chronicles: My Life as a King (May 12th)Final Fantasy IV: The After Years (June 1st)Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift (June 24th)2009Final Fantasy: Chrystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time (Mar 24th)Final Fantasy: Chrystal Chronicles: My Life as a Darklord (July 17th)Final Fantasy: Dissidia (Aug 25th)Final Fantasy: Chrystal Chronicles: Crystal Bearers (Dec 26th)2010Final Fantasy XIII (Mar 9th)Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light (Oct 5th)Final Fantasy XIV (Sep 22nd)2011Final Fantasy: Dissidia 012 (Mar 22nd)2012Final Fantasy XIII-2 (Jan 31st)Final Fantasy: Theatrhythm (July 3rd)2013Final Fantasy: Lightning ReturnsFinal Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn
They are only connected in 2004 version of FINAL FANTASY. They don't have a connection therefore many players dislike Final Fantasy XII.
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