05
Mar
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In honor of its first full year distributing games on the Play Store, Square Enix has placed its most recent Final Fantasy release - Final Fantasy Dimensions - on sale for just $9.99, a savings of $10.

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With an average rating of 4.4 stars and nearly 800 reviews, Dimensions is easily among Square Enix's best-reviewed titles on Android. Whether you're a Final Fantasy nut, or just love RPGs crafted in the old 2D style, this sale is definitely worth taking advantage of.

David Ruddock
David's phone is whatever is currently sitting on his desk. He is an avid writer, and enjoys playing devil's advocate in editorials, and reviewing the latest phones and gadgets. He also doesn't usually write such boring sentences.

  • BkEnigma

    I just bought it at 19.99 about 6 hours ago. Fml

  • http://profiles.google.com/scott.nutting Scott Nutting

    *looks at screen shots* $10? Really?

    • StriderWhite

      Come on, Scott, it's Final -fuck*n- Fantasy! Buy it!

  • http://profiles.google.com/k3gman Keg Man

    still too expensive!

    • ScottColbert

      And that's why we have so much freemium crap, all the cheap prices.

      • Matthew Fry

        Agreed- I haven't played it but I think 20 is a bit steep but 10 dollars is sweet. I picked it up.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1745689461 Hal Motley

        When I think about it, it's a bad thing that there is a cemented concept among smartphone users that an app should be no more than $10.

        As Scott explained, it's why freemium is so rife (and I hate freemium) and also it makes me wonder why (for example's sake as there are 2 platforms); Plants VS Zombies is currently $0.99 in the iOS App Store, but the Mac App Store version is $9.99. Why is there such a price difference between 2 platforms?

        Are we smartphone users so cheap or is it something else....

      • primalxconvoy

        I don't agree. Rovio and others manage to sell cheap games without so much freemium involved. If EA is the King of freemium, then Square is the Lord of overpriced mobile games.

        What we need are games from 99 units to 5.00 units of currency, or if companies like EA and Square invest their profits together to Kickstart hardware gaming controls and thus true gaming on mobile.

  • Bennie Salazar

    Anyone experiencing crashes on a rooted phone? Trying to boot it gives me a black screen. Running CM10 on a SGS3.

    • Ardagan

      Same here, running cm10 on a nexus 4. Rom issue maybe?

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