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Final Fantasy V Now Available On Amazon Appstore

Final Fantasy V has conquered another platform. You can now play Final Fantasy V on your Kindle Fire.

The game has been available on App Store and Google Play Store (and a few other platforms) for some time, but this is the first time it is available on the Amazon Appstore. You can grab the game here for $ 15.99.

For more on the game's re-release, check out out the press release on page two.


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New The Ivalice Alliance Trailer revealed for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call

A new trailer was released today by Square Enix for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call. Entitled The Ivalice Alliance Trailer, the video showcases music that takes place in the land of Ivalice. This world was featured in both Final Fantasy Tactics and Final Fantasy XII, titles that shared themes about political machinations, the regencies of kings and princesses, and dark truths that are begging to be uncovered. Check it:

Those little chocobos fill my heart with joy. Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call is due out on September 16th. Anyone feeling the rhythm with this portable music simulator?

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Minecraft enters final testing before PlayStation 4 debut

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Final Call of Duty: Ghosts DLC pack hits Xbox Live August 5

The fourth and final round of Call of Duty: Ghosts DLC will make its debut on Xbox platforms next week, Activision announced.

The Nemesis DLC pack adds four new multiplayer maps: Goldrush, Subzero, Dynasty, and Showtime, a “reimagined” version of…
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Final Fantasy’s Tetsuya Nomura envisions a new Batman

Square Enix unveiled a new Play Arts Kai statue that provides a glimpse of what a Batman game might look like in the hands of Tetsuya Nomura. The figure is one of a new Batman line dreamed up by the Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts designer, and it’s…
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Square Enix squashes Final Fantasy Type-0 fan translation

Publisher Square Enix has issued a cease and desist order to a romhacker calling his or herself “Sky,” effectively ending work on an English-language patch for the PSP’s Japan-exclusive Final Fantasy Type-0.

“Unfortunately I’m forced to remove my…
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Final Fantasy Record Keeper relives the series’ battles for mobile

Square Enix revealed Final Fantasy Record Keeper today, a new mobile game that remixes memorable battles from the popular RPG series. The game is in development by DeNA for iOS and Android, and has players clearing dungeons that represent individual…
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Video: Understanding the successful relaunch of Final Fantasy XIV

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn director Naoki Yoshida speaks candidly at GDC 2014 about how Square Enix stumbled when launching their second big MMORPG — and how it found its footing. …

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Don’t Miss: Let’s revisit Final Fantasy X! Anyone?

Games remember who we were when we played them. Leigh Alexander revisits Final Fantasy X — and puzzles over the lost heyday of big Japanese roleplaying games. …

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Final Fantasy Explorers sets off in Japan this winter

Square Enix announced it’s bringing mulitplayer 3DS RPG Final Fantasy Explorers to Japan sometime this winter. The publisher showcased the upcoming game at the start of today’s Japan-only Nintendo Direct broadcast, which you can replay here.

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