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This category contains articles concerning the long-running Final Fantasy series of computer role-playing games, developed and published by Square Enix (formerly Square Co., Ltd.).

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Pages in category "Final Fantasy"

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  • Template:Music of the Final Fantasy series

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Strategy wiki

Up to date as of January 23, 2010

From StrategyWiki, the free strategy guide and walkthrough wiki

Final Fantasy
The logo for Final Fantasy.
Developer(s) Square Enix
Publisher(s) Square Enix
Years active December 18, 1987–present
Genre(s) RPG
System(s) Various

The Final Fantasy series is developed, and was originally published by, Squaresoft. After the merger with Enix, the games were published by Square Enix (Final Fantasy IX was the first in the main series).

For the most part, Final Fantasy games are traditional console RPGs, with the exceptions of Final Fantasy XI and XIV (MMORPGs) and the Tactics series of strategic RPGs. Most of the games in the main series have been re-released in a series of collections for the PS1.

Games with a Roman numeral are considered to be part of the main Final Fantasy series, though the games have very little to do with one another (with the exception of the Final Fantasy X, VII and IV direct sequels). There are also several spinoff series, including Tactics and Crystal Chronicles.

Originally, Final Fantasy II and Final Fantasy III were not released in the US, so Final Fantasy IV was renamed Final Fantasy 2 and Final Fantasy VI was renamed Final Fantasy 3 when they were localized. Now that all of the Final Fantasy games have been released in the US, they are referred to by the original numbers in all regions. Additionally, all four Game Boy games are part of a completely different series but were rebranded as Final Fantasy games when they were localized from Japan.

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Main titles

Spin-offs

Tactics

Crystal Chronicles

Games from other series

These are games that were labeled as Final Fantasy for marketing reasons

SaGa

  • Final Fantasy Legend for the Game Boy and WonderSwan (actually SaGa 1)
  • Final Fantasy Legend 2 for the Game Boy (actually SaGa 2)
  • Final Fantasy Legend 3 for the Game Boy (actually SaGa 3)

Seiken Densetsu

Games with Final Fantasy characters

These are non-Final Fantasy games that star characters from the series
  • Kingdom Hearts series
  • Chocobo Racing series
  • Chocobo Dungeon series
  • Ehrgeiz
  • Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars

Compilations

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Pages in category "Final Fantasy"

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  • Before Crisis: Final Fantasy VII

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  • Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII

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  • Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII
  • Dissidia: Final Fantasy

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