What Is a List of "Final Fantasy" Games?


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The "Final Fantasy" franchise has been in production since 1987. Since that time, there have been 14 releases in the main series and over 30 spinoffs and other related games bearing the "Final Fantasy" name, as of 2014.

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The main series began with "Final Fantasy," which was released for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1987. The next two games were also developed for the NES. "Final Fantasy IV," "Final Fantasy V" and "Final Fantasy VI" were developed for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. "Final Fantasy VII," "Final Fantasy VIII" and "Final Fantasy IX" were released on the Sony PlayStation. "Final Fantasy X," "Final Fantasy XI" and "Final Fantasy XII" were released on the Sony PlayStation 2, with "Final Fantasy XI" simultaneously released for personal computers with the Windows operating system. "Final Fantasy XIII" was released for both the Sony PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and "Final Fantasy XIV" was released for personal computers. Many of these games have since been ported to or have had remakes made for other platforms.

Four titles are direct sequels to previous games: "Final Fantasy IV: The After Years," "Final Fantasy X-2," "Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings" and "Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn." "Final Fantasy VII" has three prequels and sequels in total: "Before Crisis," "Crisis Core" and "Dirge of Cerberus."

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