Final Fantasy was released on December 18, 1987 in Japan. it was relased on July 12, 1990 in the US.
It is scheduled to be released in Q3 of 2009.
Probably not. SquareSoft > square enix
It was released in Japan on December 15th 2011, in the US on January 31st 2012, and in the EU on february 3rd 2012.
Although the main "centeral" character will be the female proanganist, "Lightning", Kitase annouced that they will not be a main character in Final Fantasy. All characters have equal parts as the NES Final Fantasy III (VI US verison) had.
Yes. It was released on December 17, 2009 in Japan and March 9, 2010 in the US.
No, it's partially the other way around. The Japanese Final Fantasy 4 became Final Fantasy 2 in the US, as the original 2 and 3 were skipped. So the original NES release of 'Final Fantasy 2' in the US, was actually Final Fantasy 4. Nowadays, the original FF2 has been released in various formats, and FF4 is now known by its correct name in the US, due to the GBA and DS rereleases.
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
Final Fantasy VII was released on September 7, 1997 in North America.
It was released in Japan on November 21st 2013 and in the US on Februrary 11th 2014.
Currently as of today (June 2nd, 2009) it was stated at this year's E3 that FFXIII (for the PS3 mind you) will be released in the US in April 2010.
The FFXIII demo will be released with the HD version of Advent Children, which comes out in April in Japan and June in the US.
Originally, in Japan, Final Fantasy 2 and Final Fantasy 4 were different games in the same series. The former is the story of Firion and his friends, in a war-torn land. The latter is the story of the redemption of the Dark Knight Cecil. In the US only, Final Fantasy 2 and 3 were not ported, and Final Fantasy 4 was brought out there as Final Fantasy 2. FF5 likewise was skipped, and FF6 came out as Final Fantasy 3. Now, much later on, the west has had the original FF2 brought out for GBA and PSP, and the original FF4 for GBA and DS, etc. So the names are back to the original format. Therefore someone familiar with the US FF2 will find today's 'Final Fantasy 4' familiar. But it's not a 'remake of FF2', it's just the US version had a different naming scheme, which is now no longer relevant.
Only Final Fantasy 1, 4 and 6 were translated for the US market. Rather than confusing people by keeping the original names, they were released as Final Fantasy 1, 2 and 3 respectively. Final Fantasy 7 was released without changing the number however.The names have been corrected since in various re-releases, and the original FF2, 3 and 5 have all been released in english.
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.
Lightning returns was released in the US on Feb 11th 2014 in the US and Nov 23rd 2013 in Japan. The rest of the world received the game shortly after the US did.
It was originally released as Final Fantasy 3 back in 1994, but has been released under the correct name many times since.
Final Fantasy XII was originally released in Japan on March 16, 2006, and was re-released as the "international version" in Japan on August 9, 2007. It was released in the US and Canada on October 31, 2006, and in Europe and Australia on February 23, 2007.
Yes. It was released on June 2, 2009 in the US.
$400 us its quite expesive but worth the money, you will be the coolest kid on the block!
There is no movie being made...
Has of June 2009 it will be released in April 2010 in the US
Squaresoft will not even begin to make kingdom hearts until they are done with final fantasy twelve, which should be soon. they have not yet set a specific date
March 8th 2010 I beated the game in almost a month
Yes. The Director's Cut (also known as Final Fantasy VII Advent Children: Complete) was released on June 2, 2009 in the US and Canada.