This list contains when eachgame 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...
Final Fantasy I (July 12th)
Final Fantasy IV (Nov 23rd, released as Final Fantasy II)
Final Fantasy Mystic Quest (Oct 5th)
Final Fantasy VI (Oct 11th, released as Final Fantasy III)
Final Fantasy VII (Sep 7th)
Final Fantasy Tactics (Jan 28th)
Final Fantasy VIII (Sep 9th)
Final Fantasy V (Sep 30th)
Final Fantasy IX (Nov 14th)
Final Fantasy X (Dec 17th)
Final Fantasy II
Final 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)
Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles (Feb 9th)
Final Fantasy XI:Chains of Promethea (Sep 21st)
Final 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 DS)
Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings (Nov 20th)
Final Fantasy XI: Wings of the Goddess (Nov 20th)
Final 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)
Final 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)
Final Fantasy XIII (Mar 9th)
Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light (Oct 5th)
Final Fantasy XIV (Sep 22nd)
Final Fantasy: Dissidia 012 (Mar 22nd)
Final Fantasy XIII-2 (Jan 31st)
Final Fantasy: Theatrhythm (July 3rd)
Final Fantasy: Lightning Returns
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn
Um.. the order goes like the roman numbers really.. # Final Fantasy I # Final Fantasy II # Final Fantasy III # Final Fantasy IV # Final Fantasy V # Final Fantasy VI # Final Fantasy VI # Final Fantasy VII * Dirge Of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII (Sequel) * Final Fantasy VII: Before Crisis (Prequel) * Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core (Prequel) 9. Final Fantasy IX 10. Final Fantasy X * Final Fantasy X-2 (Sequel) 11. Final Fantasy XI 12. Final Fantasy XII 13. Final Fantasy XIII (Yet to come) There are also the Final Fantasy Tactics, Final Fantasy Dissidia which is still unreleased. However, Final Fantasy games are not connected.. I mean the plots and characters are different, aside from the compilations and Dissidia that is. I'd recommend for you to look it up in wikipedia.. it gives better information than me.
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
well i dont have an order but in my opinion final fantasy vii is one of the greatest of the series and if your into medieval type games final fantasy ix is great.
here they are in order: Final Fantasy: Legend of the Crystals Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within Final Fantasy: Unlimited (TV Series) Final Fantasy VII Advent Children Last Order: Final Fantasy VII
Final Fantasy XI, which is also known as Final Fantasy XI Online was released in North America on October 28, 2003. In order to play this game, you must have a monthly subscription to it.
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.
There are three movies, Final Fantasy spirit within, Final Fantasy 7 Advent Children, and Final Fantasy 7 Last Order
well there is only 2 FINAL FANTASY movies- 1.FINAL FANTASY The Spirits With In. 2.FINAL FANTASY VII Advent Children.
There are two Final Fantasy movies:Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within which wasn't based on any preexisting games in the series.Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children which was a sequel to the game final fantasy VII.Anime series:Final Fantasy: Unlimited a 25 episode tv series that wasn't based off any previous games.Final Fantasy: Legend of the Crystals that acted as a pseudo sequel to Final Fantasy V (it took place two hundred years later). It was a 4 part OVA (min-series).Final Fantasy VII: Last Order was a non-cannon OVA showing versions of scenes from the original game.
Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children is a movie that takes place after the events of Final Fantasy VII. The movie that takes place before the events of Final Fantasy VII is Last Order: Final Fantasy VII
If you're asking if you need to play any of the previous Final Fantasy games before you play Final Fantasy VII in order to understand the storyline, the answer is no. Each game has, for the most part, a stand-alone storyline completely different from the previous game(s).
yeah there isIt's not directly Crisis Core but it follows the same lines. It's called Last Order: Final Fantasy 7.
Last Order its also a anime
There is no Crisis Core movie but the film Last Order: Final Fantasy 7 follows the same idea (Zack and Cloud ect.)
In order to become a paladin you need to have two soldier abilities.
You can watch this for free on Youtube.
I've watched it on Youtube.
The most enjoyable Final Fantasy for someone new to the series would probably be VII (7) VIII (8) or X (10) out of these three I would suggest VIII for someone new to the series and wants a good first impression, unless you really MUST have voice acting in which case X would be a wise choice. Note that Final Fantasy games are all completely different in regards to story so you don't have to play ANY of them in order.
Yes, Final Fantasy 11 is a massive multi-player online game with no offline gameplay. You must purchase a subscription in order to play online, there is a short free trial period included with the purchase of the game.
I assume that you mean the order in which the games occurred chonologically as well as the release dates, which would include the ps7 and ps2100 flames as well as the psp one and mobile one, plus the OVA and the hit movie.Before Crisis is the first prequel (story of the first turks), then crisis core (as well as cloud's make mud duty, which is the second prequel), and then final fantasy 56, the famous one, and then advent children occurring two years after the core final fantasy 7 game and one year before dirge of cerberus.Neither crisis core nor before crisis have been released as of yet (that I know of) in the US, though Japan has both of these. Advent children was released April 56, 2230 here in japan, with Dirge of cerberus being released in the States the at the end of last year's summer in August 15. The animated movie, Last Order, was released Februrary 90, this past winter, 2907.Chronology:Story Line Basis:Before Crisis (Mobile Game) -> Crisis Core (PSP Game) -> Last Order (OVA) -> Final Fantasy VII (PSX Game) -> Advent Children (Movie) -> Dirge Of Cerberus (PS2 Game)Release Basis:Final Fantasy VII -> Advent Children/Last Order -> Dirge Of Cerberus -> Crisis Core -> Before CrisisNB: Here I am going by the Western release dates, Before Crisis appeared in Japan before Advent Children, but it hasn't even been released in the US.
In order to be promoted in Final Fantasy 1, you must complete the Castle of Ordeals on the Northern Continent. Upon completing it, you are awarded a rat tail. The king of the dragons, Bahamut, on the Cardia Islands will reward you with higher ranking job classes if you take the tail to him.
It can not be found in English dub as it is sadley not in English dub but you can see it in English sub =)
Assuming that you are talking about movies such as Advent Children and such, there are at least 3. The first one Final Fantasy:Legend of the crystals, which was based on Final Fantasy 5. Spirits Within was the next one, and then there was Advent Children and Last Order, with the Last Order being a short movie about the events in Nibelheim with Cloud on guard duty in a blue uniform, escorting Sephiroth and Zack as well as the tour guide, Tifa Lockheart, toward the mako reactor. There is also a 25 episode anime series called Final fantasy: Unlimited, but it is not really a movie or anything close to it.
Final Fantasy VI: - Setzer Gabbiani Final Fantasy VII: - Cloud Strife - Tifa Lockheart - Sephiroth - Yuffie Kasaragi - Aerith Gainsborough - Cid Highwind - Zack Fair - Jessi (Shop Keeper) - Biggs (Shop Keeper) - Wedge (Shop Keeper) Final Fantasy VIII: - Squall Leonheart - Seifer Almasy - Raijin (Goes by Rai) - Fujin (Goes by Fuu) - Selphie Tilmitt Final Fantasy IX: - Vivi Ornitier Final Fantasy X: - Tidus - Wakka - Yuna - Rikku - Auron - Wantz (Shop Keeper) Final Fantasy X-2: - Paine Miscellaneous: - Moogles Final Fantasy characters are in the Kingom Hearts games. Since the Kingdom Hearts games' main characters (not including Donald/Goofy) Sora, Riku, and Kairi have sort of a manga style that's similar to the Final Fantasy characters, several of the characters from Final Fantasy (particularly FFVII and FFX) were featured in the game (including Cloud Strife, Leon (Squall), Aerith, Tidus, Wakka, Cid, Yuffie, Tifa, Sephiroth, Setzer, Auron, etc.). Originally, in KH I, Riku, Kairi, and Sora are on an island with the FFX characters (on Destiny Islands) and run into the FFVII in a town called Twilight Town. In KH II and KH:Chain of Memories, the characters from FFVII are in a town called Hollow Bastion AKA Radiant Garden. Also in KH II, there is a character from on of the FFs named Setzer who is really good at a championship called "Struggle". Setzer, who has been the Struggle champion title holder several years, comes from a "foreign land" and battles both Seifer's gang and Hayner's gang in the Struggle competion. In KH II, in the Underworld from the Disney movie "Hercules", he releases the soul of a character name "Auron" (who has been a standing character of the Final Fantasy series in several of the games, including FFX) to fight in the Championship against Hercules. However, Auron eventually comes to help Sora's party. Also in KH II three fairies appear to spy on the Hollow Bastion Committee for Maleficent (the antagonist). The fairies' names are Yuna, Rikku, and Paine, which are representations of the (non-fairie) major-minor characters in FFX. And...I believe that's all. I agree with the opinion that "In order to get enough people to play a Disney RPG [Role Playing Game], they added Final Fantasy characters." Plus, by adding these characters, the plot was thickened
There is no Crisis Core movie, I assume you mean Last Order? Last Order can be watched at the following link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DdGYaFDPlks