Final Fantasy

The term “Final Fantasy” refers to a long-running and highly influential series of role-playing games (RPGs) developed and published by Square Enix (formerly Square) since the release of the first game in 1987. The series has been a major player in the RPG genre and has garnered a massive fan base worldwide. It spans multiple platforms, including consoles, handhelds, and mobile devices. Given the scope of the Final Fantasy series, I’ll provide information about some of the notable Final Fantasy titles available on the PlayStation Portable (PSP):

  1. Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions (2007):
    • Genre: Tactical RPG.
    • Overview: A remake of the classic “Final Fantasy Tactics” originally released for the PlayStation, “The War of the Lions” brings enhanced graphics, new cutscenes, and additional characters to the game. The story revolves around political intrigue, war, and a hero named Ramza Beoulve. The tactical battles and deep job system are central to the gameplay.
  2. Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII (2007):
    • Genre: Action RPG.
    • Overview: Acting as a prequel to the immensely popular “Final Fantasy VII,” Crisis Core follows the story of Zack Fair, a SOLDIER operative. The game explores the events leading up to the original Final Fantasy VII, shedding light on the characters and the world of Gaia. The real-time combat system and emotional narrative make it a standout title on the PSP.
  3. Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection (2011):
    • Genre: RPG.
    • Overview: This release includes the classic “Final Fantasy IV” and its sequel “The After Years.” Players follow Cecil Harvey, a Dark Knight turned Paladin, as he embarks on a journey to stop the evil Golbez and save the world. The game features a compelling story, memorable characters, and the Active Time Battle (ATB) system.
  4. Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy (2011):
    • Genre: Fighting RPG.
    • Overview: A sequel to “Dissidia Final Fantasy,” this game combines RPG elements with a unique fighting game style. Characters from various Final Fantasy titles are brought together in a dimensional conflict between Cosmos and Chaos. Players engage in one-on-one battles, leveling up their characters and customizing their abilities in an engaging single-player campaign.
  5. Final Fantasy Type-0 (2011 in Japan, 2015 internationally):
    • Genre: Action RPG.
    • Overview: Initially released in Japan for the PSP, “Type-0” follows the story of Class Zero, a group of students caught up in a war-torn world. The game incorporates real-time combat, a mature narrative, and a war-torn setting. Each member of Class Zero has a unique playstyle, making for diverse and strategic gameplay.

These titles showcase the diversity of the Final Fantasy series, from tactical RPGs to action RPGs and even a fighting game. Each game brings its own unique story, characters, and gameplay mechanics, contributing to the rich legacy of the Final Fantasy franchise.

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