Final Fantasy IV is finally available on the Google Play Store for a whopping $15.99, and requires Android 2.3.3 to run. same as its iOS counterpart. The title originally released in 1991 as the fourth installment of the Final Fantasy series, but the Google Play’s Final Fantasy IV is a remake, as it come with other amazing features. The latest title comes with some cool features to justify it’s price and keep your fingers playing. The features include voice acting for certain scenes, visible emotional changes for characters, a brand new mapping feature that lets you start with a completely blank dungeons map and more. If you are into Square Enix’s Active Time Battle (ATB) system, be sure to check the link and trailer below.
– Voice acting for event scenes
Key events unfold with spoken dialogue.
– Deeply emotional portrayals
Characters go through visibly apparent emotional changes.
– A brand new mapping feature
Players start with a completely blank dungeons map, adding an element of the unknown to the mix!
Players can listen to the game’s music anytime they want.
Source: Google Play
[…] Square Enix has recently announced that the remake of Final Fantasy IV: The After Years 3D has come to Windows PCs via Steam. This sequel follows the 1991 classic nearly two decades later. The original Final Fantasy IV was released for the first time on the Playstation Portable and WiiWare in 2D, back in 1991. Recently it was brought to mobile devices in 3D via iOS and Android. […]