Some gaming royalty has just hit the App Store in the shape of both the Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy II games.
iPhone owners can now take two of the most revered titles in role-playing history with them wherever they go, battling monsters and exploring dungeons in two RPGs which laid the foundations for an iconic franchise.
The two titles, which were originally released way back in the late 1980’s on the NES have been given a fresh lick of paint to bring them graphically up to date, as well as new touchscreen controls compatible with the iPhone and iPod touch.
Both games are available now and cost £5.49, a fair sum for literally hours of top notch gaming on the go. To grab Final Fantasy click here, or to grab its standalone sequel Final Fantasy II click here.
Also, why not check out Tech Digest’s recent interview with Final Fantasy XIII’s director Motomu Toriyama and producer Yoshinori Kitase, in which they reveal how they could be convinced to start work on the much-rumoured Final Fantasy VII next-gen remake?