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 IPAD VIDEO REVIEW
21 January 2013 | Send to a friend
Final Fantasy: All The Bravest
Game name: Final Fantasy: All The Bravest | Video type: Embedded | Developer: Square Enix | Publisher: Square Enix | Format: iPad | Genre: Action, Card battler, RPG
Final Fantasy: All The Bravest
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Harry Slater | 18 January 2013
Without the in-app purchases, Final Fantasy: All The Bravest would feel a little flimsy. With them, it just feels tacky
 
 
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@destruction71 | 06:39 - 22 January 2013
You did trick this game? you are legendary.
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curtisrshideler | 14:58 - 21 January 2013
You make it sound like every time one of your characters is killed during a battle, you'll have to wait 3 minutes to get them back. And that's not right at all. If you win the battle, you'll have your full party back for the next battle. And if it looks like you're not going to win the battle, tap on the map icon on the bottom menu and when it asks if you'd like to exit current battle, select Yes. Then you'll have your full party back on the next battle you select. In which case, I'd recommend leveling up before trying the battle you left.

Also, I'd recommend swiping across the screen with two fingers evenly spaced. That will ensure every troop that is ready to attack will attack. Your single finger taps are not maximizing your troops and leading to those deaths during battle.

Hourglasses are not necessary, and I'm pretty sure many people have beaten the game without spending more than the $4 price that this arcade homage to the Final Fantasy series originally costs.

I wish one reviewer would point out that this can be a fun and relaxing arcade game with tons of nostalgia if you go into it expecting nothing more than just that. For those that were hoping this would be a brand new full RPG, I'm sure they'll be disappointed. But SE has put out quite a few full RPGs. They only have a couple arcade type Final Fantasy games, and I own them all. However, I will probably play this one the most because of its casual, simple, and quick nature. I've been wanting a FF game that I can play while in line at the post office or in a boring meeting at work, and this is the first one that allows me to just look like I'm checking my phone.

I don't agree with the IAP character/world content pricing. I think that we should have the option to use Gil on that as well as instant buys for real money. But I definitely don't need to buy any of that to open it up for 5 minutes and tear up some classic bosses.

I'll save the full RPGs for when I'm at home or out at Starbucks.
 
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