Just a week or so ago, we quoted a Square Enix producer saying that there were a lot of fans in the offices who wanted to see a Final Fantasy VII port happen. But don’t hold your breath, as millions of fans appear to have done, promting Square Enix to set the record straight: it’s years away from happening, if ever.
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Square-Enix has a great habit of porting over their worst Final Fantasy games to iOS without ever giving iPhone or iPad owners the games they really want, like Final Fantasy VI or VII.
That seems to be coming to an end, though: Square-Enix is finally releasing Final Fantasy VI, their best 16-bit Final Fantasy game for the SNES, on iOS.
Square Enix has announced today that it will be bringing Final Fantasy IV to iOS devices on December 20, and to Android at some point during 2013. The port appears not to be the original, but instead the title’s remake that was brought to the Nintendo DS with 3D graphics among other features and improvements.
Square Enix has decided to take Android users back to their RPG roots by releasing the original Final Fantasy (the Final Fantasy that started it all) onto the Google Play Store for us to relive the magic. I’m betting they did this to make up for today’s earlier release of Solarola. Either way, this is a little more like it.
Okay, this probably isn’t what you were hoping for from the company that brought us titles such as Final Fantasy XIV and Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, but Square Enix’s next mobile release is none other than SolaRola. If you haven’t heard of it, don’t worry — most of us haven’t. This cute mobile puzzler platformer was actually launched on Java back in 2007, and believe it or not, happens to be among a handful of games to secure a perfect 10 score and Platinum Award from Pocket Gamer.
It’s taken a bit to get here, but Square Enix’s Lara Croft And The Guardian of Light has finally landed in the Play Store — too bad the majority of you won’t get to play it. Square Enix decided to jump into Sony’s pockets and make the game an Xperia exclusive. Judging by the game’s less than 50 downloads, it looks like that was a smart move /s.