The Final Fantasy games have been entrancing game audiences since 1987. With over thirteen games to it’s name, four films, and even a television series to it’s name, the Japanese gaming series has become recognizable among gaming and anime fans alike.
Recently, a free-to-play smartphone game was released in Japan, called Final Fantasy: Record Keeper. A social game, Record Keeper allows players to re-enact memorable battles from past games. The game is already wildly popular in Japan, with over five million downloads. And Square Enix has announced the game for a North American release this spring.
While the game isn’t available for download just yet, you can pre-register for free on the official website. Not only will you be notified when the game is released, but signing up boosts the points meter, unlocking bonuses, including Tidus from Final Fantasy X and an 8-Bit Creator that allows some players to see themselves in 8-bit.
Below, see the teaser for the 8-Bit Creator, and don’t forget to pre-register here to be notified when the app becomes available on the App Store and Google Play.
Laura is a Douglas College student and an avid anime aficionado. She can sleep through anything, except the latest manga chapter release. Any questions, fire off a message to firstname.lastname@example.org!