Final Fantasy: All The Bravest Launches on iOS Devices


Square-Enix announced earlier today that their newest mobile RPG titled Final Fantasy: All The Bravest has launched on iOS devices. Unlike many of Square-Enix’s premium-priced RPG’s on iOS though, Final Fantasy: All The Bravest is a unique action-RPG that’s priced at $3.99. (Quite a steal if you ask me since Square-Enix mobile titles are pretty meaty, considering)

So what separates Final Fantasy All The Bravest from other mobile RPG’s? Find out after the break.

Well for starters, it features an active-time battle system that casts huge amount of characters in your parties. Combat is based on the active time battle (ATB)system that you’re most likely familiar with if you’ve played modern Final Fantasy titles. Basically, when your character’s ATB gauge fills up, you need to tap over your character to perform actions. You can also touch multiple characters in succession for faster-paced battles if you so prefer.


Over 40 characters in your party?! That’s insane!

Another cool thing about Final Fantasy: All The Bravest is that it features characters from past Final Fantasy games. You’ll be able to pick from 20 job classes including the warrior, red mage, white mage, etc. You’ll be able to fight classic monsters such as giant cactuars, pesky bombs, and other such monstrosities. Also, I’ve heard over the grapevine that Final Fantasy: All The Bravest will feature well-known Final Fantasy boss fights at the end of each level.

Finally, you’ll notice that Final Fantasy: All The Bravest’s soundtrack features over 30 familiar songs from the franchise. You might even hear your favourite battle theme from Final Fantasy (Insert your favourite FF here).

Final Fantasy: All The Bravest is now available for purchase from Apple’s iTunes App Store:

In the meantime, check out these Final Fantasy: All The Bravest screens below:


About janhutchings

Canadian Game Industry Blogger / Contributor for @Sonyrumors & @ShogunGamer / Communications and PR Professional. Voice of Canadian and Indie Gaming.

Posted on January 17, 2013, in Gaming News and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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