Here they are:
(20th anniversary remake)
Final Fantasy II (20th anniversary remake)
Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions (PSN only)
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII
Dissidia Final Fantasy
Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy
Final Fantasy VII (PSN only)
Final Fantasy VIII (PSN only)
Final Fantasy IV Complete
Final Fantasy V (PSN only)
Final Fantasy VI (PSN only)
Also, the following have not yet been released:
Final Fantasy Agito XIII
all their names are Final Fantasy
Crisis Core all the way
There is Final Fantasy XI, but all the rest are all solo games.
You can play as characters from multiple final fantasy games (though not all) in games such as final fantasy dissidia 012: duodecim.
Final Fantasy X-7? no. there is Final Fantasy 10-2 which is the sequel to Final Fantasy 10 (and is the only actual sequel in all of the final fantasy games) and there is Final Fantasy 7, but there is no Final Fantasy x-7. the games may be made by the same people but do not relate to each other in anyway other then the fact they are Final Fantasy.
=well i dont know all of them but i will tell you some of them ==final fantasy III(3)==final fantasy IV(4)==final fantasy XII revenant wings==final fantasy crystal chronicles rings of fate==final fantasy tactics A2==well that is all i know and i hope this help you=
There are a number of games, these are the ones I am aware of- Final Fantasy III Final Fantasy IV Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Ring of Fates Final Fantasy Fables Chocobo Tales Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimore of the Rift Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings There is a sequel to FFCCRoF scheduled for release in 2009; 'Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time'
Timeline of release years1987 -- Final Fantasy1988 -- Final Fantasy II1989 -1990 -- Final Fantasy III1991 -- Final Fantasy IV1992 -- Final Fantasy V1993 -1994 -- Final Fantasy VI1995 -1996 -1997 -- Final Fantasy VII1998 -1999 -- Final Fantasy VIII2000 -- Final Fantasy IX2001 -- Final Fantasy X2002 -- Final Fantasy XI2003 -2004 -2005 -2006 -- Final Fantasy XII2007 -2008 -2009 -- Final Fantasy XIII2010 -- Final Fantasy XIVhere u go umm got this time line fromhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Final_Fantasy#Games
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.
No, All final fantasy games are different. if you pick up final fantasy 7 and then get final fantasy 8, there's going to be a change in: characters, time zones, worlds, etc. the only real thing that's the same is the magic system. spells like fira, firaga, thundara,etc. are found throughout all the games. If you're new to final fantasy, i suggest you play final fantasy 7. it is the top rated ff in the world!Final Fantasy 7 has a storyline followed through by several games, on multiple platforms.Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-II are the only games in the series to be direct sequels; the 7Compilation is more of a focus shift.
As well as the original 'Final Fantasy 7', there is Dirge of Cerberus, and Crisis Core.
all of them Signed, Phoenix
if you don't own a ps3 then don't bother with this. first put a ps1 game into the ps3 (i always use final fantasy vii) into the ps3. now go to connect to psp. then go to the games column to play. it doesn't work with all games but you might get lucky
The PlayStation can only play PlayStation 1 and PlayStation 2 games, including Final Fantasy VII.
To find out how to unlock the airship on Final Fantasy I visit the website www.gamespot.com and type in Final fantasy and click on it. I go on it all the time because i LOVE FINAL FANTASY and i think the website is a great help. Visit it for tons of games for tons of different consoles! FINAL FANTASY RULES 4EVA!!!!!!!!!!!
No, by the time GTA 2 was released (1998) there was no idea Sony will make PSP. PSP was released in 2004. The only GTA's available on PSP are Liberty City Stories and Vice City Stories. ^ What a load of crap. Final Fantasy games were created in the early 90's and they've all been re-released on PSP
The 'Final Fantasy 2' released in the US for the SNES, was actually Final Fantasy 4. The original FF2 and FF3 were not released outside of Japan, which is why they chose to name it like that. However these days, the original FF2, FF3 and FF4 have been released on various formats, so are all now known by their correct names worldwide. So if you were to get Final Fantasy 2 for the PSP, this is the actual Final Fantasy 2, and not FF4.
No, it can't. Only the 20GB, 60GB and the earlier 80GB (none of them are in production) could play the PS2 Final Fantasy games.
It depends on where you live. It can cost from $40 all the way up to $70 or more.
yes it can :) i have them all on my ps2
The creators are currently in the process of constructing all future games.
yes all psp games works on every psp psp vita games doesnt work on a regular psp
presides from all the final fantasy games. other games created by square enix or square soft like kingdom hearts or dragon quest are suited to final fantasy players. or atlas games like persona. there's other titles such as Valkyrie profile or the bouncer. any RPG really.
Yes, the final fantasy all the bravest does work.