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[Switch] 50% Square Enix Titles: Lost Sphear $27.98 (60%), FFIX $15.97, FFVIII Remastered $14.97, FFVII $11.97 @ Nintendo eShop

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Following Steam sale, most of Final Fantasy titles & some games published by Square Enix is having 50% off in eShop, with exception of Lost Sphear is 60% off. Titles listed below are all time low/matches previous low according to dekudeals

Final Fantasy Universe titles

FINAL FANTASY VII - $11.97
FINAL FANTASY VIII Remastered - $14.97
FINAL FANTASY IX - $15.97
FINAL FANTASY X/X-2 HD Remaster - $39.97
FINAL FANTASY XII THE ZODIAC AGE - $39.97
FINAL FANTASY XV POCKET EDITION HD - $22.49
WORLD OF FINAL FANTASY MAXIMA - $27.47
Chocobo's Mystery Dungeon EVERY BUDDY! - $29.97

Other non FF Universe titles on 50% sale

ONINAKI - $38.97
I Am Setsuna - $29.97
Romancing SaGa 2 - $18.97
Spelunker Party! - $23.49

Other non 50% sale but matches previous low/all time low

STAR OCEAN First Departure R - 33% - $21.40
SaGa SCARLET GRACE: AMBITIONS - 25% - $33.71

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Comments

  • Which would be the best FF game to get into first in terms of game play and graphics?

    • Out of these probably 10.

      I love them all but the older ones can be hard to play now as they're pretty clunky.

      10 though, graphically, coming from the PS2 is a massive improvement over 7, 8 and 9.

      12 game play wise is very different from the others so if you're wanting to see if you like FF, I don't think that's the best one to start with.

      • Even though 7 and 8 are my all time favorites I have to agree with rekuhs here. I think 10 is a bit more beginner friendly than 7, 8 and 9.

        I never got into 12, I tried to, might give it another go since I never played the Zordiac Age version.

        • I absolutely love 12. It's got (imo) one of the strongest settings in the series, and the battle system flows really well. Not having transitions to battles is nice too- sometimes I find it frustrating being "interrupted" while walking from A to B in older titles. It's also really open. For all the criticisms of XIII's hallways, X certainly wasn't that much different.

          The overarching narrative isn't as strong as other titles but I find a lot of charm in it's simplicity. The characters also aren't the strongest but there are some gems like Balthier.

    • I got into Final Fantasy quite late and so far I have to agree with weapon88, VII & VIII is still my favourite in terms of storyline although FF IX is pretty high up there with the excellent adaptation for modern gameplay.

      Haven't played X but most of my friends who grew up playing FF seems to universally agree on X as their favourite.

      XV pocket is also a good alternative as they are relatively modern although not as open ended as the full XV version.