Final Fantasy All the Bravest Released for iOS Platforms

Final Fantasy All the Bravest Released for iOS Platforms

Enjoy the latest Square Enix Adventure on the go.

An all-new action RPG has made its way onto iOS platforms, thanks to Square Enix, who've announced Final Fantasy: All the Bravest can be downloaded now via the App Store for just $3.99. The new release brings back some familiar features, including the Active Time Battle system, in which each character's actions are governed by a time gauge. Using touch-screen controls, you can also dispatch multiple enemies with a simple tag or drag your finger over the character to attack.

All the Bravest also has a Fever option that becomes available every three hours, allowing you to attack without the need to await ATB gauges to refill (chocobo-themed music will ensue during this state and once the melody ends, it's back to normal).

Over 20 different classic jobs can be unlocked including warrior, monk, red mage, and more! Each job brings its own special abilities to the battleground, where you will encounter timeless familiar foes from the Final Fantasy series including behemoths, bombs, and cactuars. All the Bravest will support global leaderboards, social networking and a robust stat tracking system.

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