Posted by Rob LeFebvre
on August 24th, 2012
Today, Square Enix announced the release date for it’s upcoming iOS and Android game, Final Fantasy Dimensions.
We’ve heard your cries for more information on FINAL FANTASY DIMENSIONS and we’re here to deliver. We’re pleased to announce that FINAL FANTASY DIMENSIONS will get a simultaneous worldwide release of 31st August 2012 on iOS and Android. To top it off we’ve got 9 brand new screenshots for you to enjoy.
Interestingly, the game will be released in episodes.
FINAL FANTASY DIMENSIONS is delivered as episodic content. The prologue will be free for everyone to enjoy. You can purchase the first chapter for $2.99 / £1.99 / €2.39, chapters 2-4 for $9.99 / £6.99 / €7.99 each, or the entire collection of chapters for $28.99 / £19.99 / €22.99.
$30 for an iPhone game, even a Final Fantasy one, seems a bit much. Square Enix knows, however, that we’ll gladly pay $30 if we can spend it in $3 to $7 chunks. What do you think? Will you splurge on the whole thing, grab the $10 pack, or just take it one episode at a time?
via: Game Informer source: Square Enix
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